The most exciting new Chicago attraction of the year is TILT! It’s been called epic. One-of-a-kind. An absolute must-do for the whole family. Most importantly, it’s a brand new way to see Chicago.
An exciting new part of the redesigned 360 Chicago (formerly the John Hancock Observatory), TILT is an architectural and visual marvel. It’s a separately enclosed platform on the south end of the building that slowly tilts forward to give visitors a stunning view of Chicago’s urban skyline from 1000 feet above. Designed with state-of-the-art technology to make each trip as thrilling and as safe as possible, TILT is the only attraction of its kind in Chicago.
360 Chicago is among the most popular Chicago attractions, famed for its stunning views and exciting visual technologies. Learn about the history of the building and the city at large through newly redesigned interactive exhibits, appropriate for adults and children of all ages. It’s an ideal place to take photos, too, with absolutely perfect views of – appropriately enough – 360 degrees of Chicago skyline. See everything from fun aerial views of the Navy Pier Ferris wheel and the Lake Michigan horizon to the eclectic architecture of the Chicago skyline and the Magnificent Mile below.
Admission to the TILT attraction is separately ticketed from 360 Chicago and costs $5 per person. Eight people can enjoy TILT at a time, so it’s a great activity for the whole family. Visit 360 Chicago with the Go Chicago Card, skip the general admission line, and enjoy each and every spectacular view from the top.