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    Visit Chicago's highest point, the Skydeck on the 103rd floor of the Willis Tower (formerly known as the Sears Tower) with this pre-paid admission ticket. Enjoy panoramic views of the Chicago skyline, world-famous for its distinctive architecture.
    Explore several exhibits designed for learners of all ages, like interactive digital floor displays, touch-screen activities and scavenger hunts that not only highlight Chicago's iconic landmark, but also celebrate the Windy City's sports, architecture, pop culture, history, food, music and people. Challenge yourself with a Chicago trivia game, compare the heights of the tallest structures in the world, and see just how many of your bodies it would take to reach the height of Willis Tower.
    Walk out onto the Ledge, a glass box-like balcony that extends 4.3 feet (1.3 meters) from the building, and experience an unconventional view of the city — from above. Admire the lofty views of top Chicago attractions, like Wrigley Field, the Navy Pier and Millennium Park, all from a breathtaking height of 1,353 feet (412.4 meters). On a clear day, you can see up to 50 miles (80.5 km) out. It’s also the perfect vantage point for great sunset and twinkling night city views.
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    Remember the memorable scene in the teenage cult movie "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" when Ferris, his girlfriend and best friend pressed their hands and noses against the glass window of the Willis Tower Skydeck, 103 floors above the streets of Chicago? As it turned out,...More

    Date of experience: August 2019
    Thank Taylor B
    Reviewed yesterday

    The best city view ever. Not long wait Easy to access Good facilities in loco Souvenirs shop not too pricy

    Date of experience: July 2019
    Thank Oscar M
    Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

    The view and experience was cool. I’d definitely do this over the Chicago360 Tilt where you pay extra for the lookout. We went on a Sunday morning and only had to wait a few minutes. The one worker was insisting on making everyone take the...More

    Thank jhertzig626
    Reviewed 4 days ago

    Its a must do when in the city. Has spectacular views and although the line can be long, it goes faster than you think

    Date of experience: July 2019
    Thank GixxerWoody
    Reviewed 5 days ago

    Atop the 103rd floor of Willis Tower, the tallest building in Chicago, and the second tallest building in North America, the Skydeck offers fantastic views of the forest of skyscrapers bellow as well as the glistening waters of Lake Michigan stretching out into the horizon....More

    Date of experience: June 2019
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    Traveler47453530078
    31 July 2019|
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    Response from Vincent S | Reviewed this property |
    I went on-line. It is not a fast-pass per se. You can purchase for a specific day and time frame. The price is $75. I believe normal cost is $25. This also gives you no waiting for the deck that over hangs the building(glass... More
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    RoyalTraveler92
    20 July 2019|
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    Response from mark4netty | Reviewed this property |
    No difference. I believe there is a fast pass option that allows you to skip the lines ( which can be 1-2 hours ) . It would be worth the money. Also, check out the Chicago Citipass - good value. Cheers
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    cgovernale01
    29 June 2019|
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    Response from SherBear19 | Reviewed this property |
    No, it was just fixed before I arrived and actually it was the protective coating that crackled, no one was ever in danger
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