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Skydeck Chicago - Willis Tower

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No trip to Chicago is complete without a visit to the top of the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere and The Ledge at Skydeck Chicago! Treat yourself to a "one stop Chicago" experience on your journey to the 103rd floor. Enjoy 360-degree...more
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Hours Today: 10:00 - 20:00
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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233 S. Wacker Drive, Entrance on Jackson Blvd, Chicago, IL 60606-7147
Downtown / The Loop
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Reviewed today via mobile

I was there with friends at mid september.The view from the top is really amazing.You will enjoy the skydeck where you can walk on the glass around 400meters above earth.Take as many photos as you can with your cell phone.The photo taken from the staff...More

Thank Episkopos G
Reviewed today via mobile

Lighting is unfortunately very weird here. When taking pictures I recommend taking s video instead and then pausing and screen shooting the “picture” you want. It worked like a charm. You’ll thank me later :-) Oh yeah and the view were cool but nothing beats...More

Thank ElBraa A
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We went on a Sunday with no advance purchase of tickets. Got through in an hour. Saw all we wanted to see with out the kids getting to restless

Thank mbcschaaf
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Our experience was Amazing! Lots of interesting information and a video on how it all started. It’s 120 stories high, many people visit here. The views is absolutely amazing! I suggest if you do visit to go on a weekday line ups are short, weekends...More

Thank cathypapais
Reviewed yesterday

I would recommend buying the City Pass to beat the queues, but the Skydeck at Willis is an absolute must. Make sure you go into the glass boxes for a great photo opportunity.

Thank gazgib
Reviewed 2 days ago

On our first ever visit to Chicago from Australia, we decided to do WIllis Tower in the morning of our first day to get a feel for the place. It was easy to get to the top, I don't think it was too busy when...More

Thank hornymull
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Two hour queue :-( We had no idea as you can't see the front of the line (curls around infinitely out of view). Then there's an additional queue at the top for the 'sky deck'. Pass thanks ... by then you just want to get...More

Thank Mandy B
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The Willis Towers (formerly the Sear Tower) is an amazing structure and a very sawed after tourist attraction. Although $25 might seem kinda high to ride an elevator 103 stories and step out onto a glass floor, there is another way. Simply buy a city...More

Thank Ian H
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The ledges are a unique twist. We had a clear day and you could see for miles and miles. Chicago is beautiful.

Thank raoul t
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

When visiting Chicago we knew we wanted to head to the sky deck. We specifically planned it out so that we would hit slower traffic times and we’re glad we did. Had a blast!

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Parksong
26 September 2018|
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Response from Murray W | Reviewed this property |
No. Just walk down to the ticketing area. There could be a wait if it's busy. I last went in the early morning around 9 or 10 and there was no line.
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Shodiya H
16 September 2018|
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Response from Sally J | Reviewed this property |
The Willis Tower and the Sears Tower are the same.thing in Chicago..
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Denise D
27 August 2018|
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Response from BenHewson | Reviewed this property |
I think it depends on the time of day and the day of the week. I arrived at 09:00 on a Wednesday and waited for 5 to 10 mins to purchase a ticket and then walked straight to and onto an elevator. Some people had bought the... More
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