360 Chicago - Tilt Viewing Platform
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What people are saying about 360 Chicago - Tilt Viewing Platform

Overall rating
4.4 / 5
based on 486 reviews

Great way to see the city, learn about Chicago and get your bearings

Bongi was fantastic and really helpful as was the driver Pam. We enjoyed the delux ticket. Spent the first afternoon staying on the bus for the 2 hours before we could check into our hotel. The next day we jumped on and off all day. My only complaint would be that there was a better map provided with more tourist info about the sites in Chicago and with the streets marked better.

Chicago: Hop-on Hop-off Open Top Bus Tour Reviewed by

Big John and the open air observation deck

Went up Big John with the wife and kids, was a bit cloudy so the views could've been better but irregardless got to see a lot of the city and the staff there were nice. The open air observation deck made the trip up for us, especially for the kids who loved it. Other than that you're high up overlooking a city and most of us know what to expect. Probably better with kids.

Just edged the Willis for views and atmos

My wife and I did this and the Willis and thought this one was better, less obstructed, and the atmosphere was better because of the cafe at the top, making it nice to relax after the short tour narrated by Ross from Friends and soak up the views. The queue was shorter too but I don't know if this is always the case. Might've just been the days we went.

Awesome veiws, needs better organization

360 Chicago was a very cool experience. The air walk and Tilt make it even more memorable. The downfall was the lack of organization to get people up and down with the elevators. They need to have better guidelines on when to use both of them to get people moved around faster. We waited longer to leave than we did to get in.

360 Chicago Observation Deck: 2-Visit Sun & Stars Pass Reviewed by

Great views of Chicago and Lake Michigan

Easy to find, very central location, and wait in line wasn't particularly long (compared to say, Empire State Building or 30 Rock in NYC) Tilt! is available as a paid option for those not afraid of heights

Cover photo: Abi Skipp, CC BY 2.0