Plan your 360 Chicago visit
360 CHICAGO Observation deck is the perfect place to start your visit. On the menu above you’ll find everything you need to know to plan your trip, from hours and pricing to a list of fun ways to help your kids rise to the occasion. Below you can find out more about our engaging on-site amenities. At 360 CHICAGO, there’s always plenty more to see and do.
TILT - Chicago's Highest Moving Experience!
- TILT is the first of its kind in the world
- Safely holds up to 8 visitors at a time
- Extends out and over The Magnificent Mile ® and Chicago's famous skyline
- Offers visitors unique, downward facing views from 1,000 feet up
Chicago Multimedia Exhibit!
At 360 CHICAGO, the guest experience begins at the ground floor with a museum style exhibition celebrating Chicago’s history and nine of its culturally rich neighborhoods. Take the elevators – some of the fastest in the country traveling 20 miles per hour – to the 94th floor where guests are greeted by breathtaking 360-degree views of Chicago’s dazzling skyline and majestic lakefront from the 17,000 square foot observation deck. On a clear day, you can even see four neighboring states!
Spend ample time at 360 CHICAGO and explore the interactive learning opportunities:
- High definition interactive touch screens: Guests have the opportunity to gaze upon their favorite views and interactively learn about the sights from every angle imaginable. The panoramic touch screens feature 360-degree views of the Chicago skyline as well as information on the city’s history, architecture, natural scenery, and culture.
- The interactive and multimedia technologies are available in seven different languages including English, Brazilian Portuguese, Spanish, Italian, French, and Mandarin Chinese & Japanese!
History of the construction of the iconic John Hancock Center:
- NEW: The Stories and Photos of Michigan Pete, a new interactive display that pays tribute to Evald Peterson, aka “Michigan Pete,” a head caisson inspector for construction of the John Hancock Building and captured his personal experiences and photos in a journal , and brings to life the architectural building feats and challenges recorded in his own words and pictures.
- Video documentary and panel exhibition