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Willis Tower


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233 South Wacker Drive
Chicago, IL 60606

 (312) 875-0066

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"You must go on the observation deck of Willis Tower (old Sears Tower) and for free you should go to the 96th Fl."  See More

"I would go to Chicago Loop to admire the beautiful architecture, visit the Willis Tower and take some fun pictures in the sky deck, then go to the Millennium Park, cross the river towards Michigan Avenue, the Magnificent Mile, and if you have time, take a cruise in the afternoon to sea the sunset."  See More

"Go on top of the Willis Tower (old Sears) tower."  See More

"Views - Willis Tower and/or Hancock Building"  See More

"For great views head to the Willis Tower."  See More

"I like River North because it gives you the option to walk to places like Cloud Gate to see the "bean", pop into the The Art Institute of Chicago, or even head up to the top of the Willis Tower for a view 103 floors up."  See More

"You could also take them to the Willis Tower if they're up for a bit of a thrill and not afraid of heights!"  See More

"I like to take a snapchat under the Willis Tower of me saying, "Whatcha talkin bout willis" but thats it, Cloud Gate is very underwhelming"  See More

"For great views of the city, both the Willis Tower ($19."  See More

"Another spot that might interest you is the Willis Tower where you can step out on a ledge 103 floors up!"  See More

"If you want a sky high view of the city, choose either Willis Tower or Hancock Building."  See More

"Willis Tower (sears) is a quick walk from there."  See More

"Close by Chicago Union Station Main Entrance, you will find the Willis Tower which could be really fun for you and your son to check out the Skydeck from the top."  See More

"Haven't been up the Willis Tower (Sears Tower) since they added the ledge."  See More

"For tall buildings, the Skydeck at Willis Tower is pretty cool (glass ensclosed boxes that hang outside of the building) but I'd recommend that you skip the expensive tickets, and long line for these and instead reserve a table for brunch in the Hancock Building's The Signature Room at the 95th."  See More

"You're going to get some of the best views of the city at Willis Tower."  See More

"Willis Tower(Sears) has a great observation deck, but many say that they prefer the observation deck of the Hancock Building better despite it not being quite as tall as the Willis tower."  See More

"If you want the view of the city or love heights, then go to the observation deck at Willis Tower."  See More

"Personal highlights for me were the river architectural tour, Willis Tower, great dining, and checking out a night club where DJ Trentino was DJing."  See More

"I'd also go to the Hancock Building over the Willis Tower, you can go to the The Signature Lounge and have an expensive drink and still get the view without going to the Observatory."  See More

"I would actually recommend the Hancock Building rather than the Willis Tower."  See More

"I recommend Willis Tower, Shedd Aquarium, Field Museum of Natural History and 360 CHICAGO (the old John Hancock Building)."  See More

"All of the museums are brilliant, you might be interested in the David Bowie exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Shedd Aquarium is a great place to spend time, as are the Field Museum of Natural History, the The Art Institute of Chicago, the Museum of Science and Industry, the Willis Tower (Sears Tower to folks who live here and refuse to call it that), the John Hancock Observatory."  See More

"You definitely want to check out the Willis Tower Skydeck, see a baseball game at Wrigley Field or US Cellular Field if you have time."  See More

"For some adventure in April, you never know how the weather is going to be with outdoor activities, so I'd recommend checking out the Willis Tower where you can walk out on a glass ledge 103 floors up."  See More

"If yo are interested to visit the Willis Tower, which I guess you´ll be, Go at first hour on the morning to avoid lines."  See More

"When not shopping, going to the top of the John Hancock Observatory or Willis Tower provide really amazing views of the city."  See More

"We didn't do everything on your tentative itinerary, but we did see The Field Museum, Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower), Millennium Park, Loop, Magnificent Mile, Chicago Cultural Center, the former Marshall Field's (now a Macy's) and walked down by the river ( Chicago Riverwalk)."  See More

"You might not mind going to Willis Tower and enjoying the view or also look at some magnificent artwork while there it is a very fun city."  See More

"We hit the aquarium, Willis Tower, and Field Museum."  See More

"The Sears Tower is now actually called the Willis Tower."  See More

"If you have the time (and aren't afraid of heights), I would go over to the Willis Tower and check out the Skydeck from 103 floors up."  See More

"Couple of drinks at top of the Willis Tower."  See More

"I second the Willis Tower recommendation."  See More

"Go up on the Willis TowerSear's Sky Deck."  See More

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