Honestly a surreal and well worthwhile experience. Would definitely recommend doing. We went on a Thursday just after sunset and didn't have to queue at all. As soon as we got to the top of the lift the view was breathtaking!
About Skydeck Chicago - Willis Tower
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Another tall building with a "view." Woopdedoo. Yeah--the view is cool--but the view of Chicago from the architectural river tour is superior! Crowded; poorly staffed and operated sky ledges. No control. People hogging the views. In the end--my view from my Southwest seat on approach...More
If you plan to see the city from atop this tower at dusk, be sure to come at 4PM! The lines are reaaaally long and by the time you get there you only have a few more minutes before the sun sets. You have to...More
I enjoyed seeing the Sears/Willis tower a lot. The line was non-existent to get in, and tickets are reasonably priced. The views are great too, but you want to make sure that to go on a clear day if you can. Today was very clear,...More
My husband and I had the perfect day for visibility and it was amazing! However, the lines are longggg and there are a tonnnn of people! Even on a Friday at noon- so insane! The views really are great, but being from Seattle, we have...More
If one is looking for the definition of disaster then this is it . The ledge is on the 103rd floor. However, there is no restaurant and the food served can hardly be called food. We reached there with a confirmed booking and an email,...More
The ride up and down was amazingly fast. We were not able to get much of a view as it was raining and foggy. BUt what we could see was very cool, far away down
Skydeck was pretty cool. Be ready to get through security to enter the tower, but once in, we had a private event on the 82nd floor, then finished the night on the skydeck which was an amazing experience.
I have visited Sears Tower in past and had a gorgeous view. This time however; ZERO VISIBILITY. bought tickets for a specific date this trip and went up any way. Kinda cool to "stand" in clouds and make the best out of a not so...More