Make sure to get the two for one pss. Pay the extra becasue the daytime and nightime views are different and each are amazing! Be sure it's a clear day though!
Having been up in what was once the Sears Tower, I decided to go to the smaller building with the better view. The Hancock Tower was a lovely experience. First, we had a grand walk down Michigan Avenue. It's all lit up for Christmas. It was freezing. And I ducked into Nordstrom's to get gloves and my husband got a... More
For great views of the “Windy City” that can be seen for practically free, a visit to the 96th floor of the John Hancock building is a must. Visit at night for spectacular and stunning views as you are mesmerized looking down at buildings that you may have only moments ago been straining your neck to look up at. It... More
We went to the restaurant expecting to whip out my credit card and have it take a beating. But the food is reasonably priced, which makes the amazing view even better. It is an incredible place to sit with your dearly beloved and just watch the massive city operate. It's a thing of beauty.
Just went to the Signature Room on the floor above the Observatory last Friday night with the family and two out of town guests! The food is wonderful, service is superb, and the view of Chicago breathtaking!! Dinner is pricey, but was well worth it, and what do you expect for the top of the world in Chicago! For a... More
The views are fantastic. If you're in chicago you have to go & see them. We especially loved the ones over the lake & it's well worth making two visits one during the day & again at night.
Very popular attraction for tourists, particularly the Signature Room, a moderately upscale restaurant at the top of the Hancock. If you make a visit here, make sure to get there early (a large line forms and tables are awarded not on a 'first come, first served' basis, but in correlation to the number of people in your party and the... More
This is a must for people visiting Chicago. The view of the skyline is incredible, especially when viewed at sunset. Top tip - Instead of paying for the observatory you can visit the skyline bar for free and buy a cocktail
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