I was there before opening time on a Saturday morning (that's jet lag for you), so no queueing for me. I love views from high up, so it was a toss-up between the Hancock and the Willis Towers. Hancock won, as it is supposed to have a better view. Oh, and a coffee shop (as I said, jet lag....).
So, $18 for a ticket. Those city pass deals are never worth the money for me, so no discount. Why do those attractions always have to charge so much? They must be making a fortune.
But the views were nice, it wasn't crowded, so I could take my time. Make sure you read the historical information on one of the walls, it filled some knowledge gaps for me anyway.
The coffee shop is basic. The coffee was good, but the seating area is anything but inviting. Unfortunately, I had completely forgotten about the bar/restaurant that is on one of the other high floors... Do try and find the elevators to that, and save yourself the money!
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