Skydeck Chicago - Willis Tower, Chicago

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Must see · Observation Deck · Architectural Building
Take a look at Chicago from the top of Skydeck Chicago - Willis Tower, the second tallest building in the country. Still called "Sears Tower" by most locals, the 108-story building looms over the city with a height of 442 m (1,451 ft). One of the world's tallest freestanding structures, the skyscraper features an observation deck on the 103rd floor. The popular skydeck is 412 m (1,353 ft) high, offering unobstructed views of Chicago and its sprawling suburbs. On clear days, the vista stretches far over the Illinois plains and across Lake Michigan, all the way to Indiana, Wisconsin, and Michigan. For a dizzying look from a glass-floored ledge jutting out into the air, get in line for the high-speed elevator to the top. Put Skydeck Chicago - Willis Tower on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Chicago trip itinerary website.
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  • it is nice but if you are a few days and you love to know all the city this will take you 3 or more hours, and you are not going to like the photo. if you have a lot of days this is great!!!  more »
  • Great way to get a Birdseye view of Chicago. Lots of interesting signage about the city and history. I like heights so it wasn't a problem for me.  more »
  • A must do when vacationing to Chicago for the first time!
  • Didn't go to skydeck , had business I. Building

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