We can all agree that waiting in line for anything is the worst, but 360 Chicago might have discovered a way for people to desire a slower line with their new concourse-level exhibit.
New visitors to 360 Chicago at the John Hancock Center will experience a museum-quality exhibit about Chicago and its neighborhoods as they wait in line. Bronzeville, Bucktown, Hyde Park, Lakeview, Logan Square, Old Town, Pilsen, Wicker Park, and Wrigleyville are each represented through iconic images, facts, sounds, and more along with history of Chicago in general with their new short video. The beauty and insight that this exhibit provides makes waiting in line seem a lot faster.
The new concourse isn’t the only addition at 360 Chicago. At the observation deck new stadium-style seating has been installed to enjoy the breathtaking views from the 94th floor. Guests can enjoy drinks and bites from the Architect’s Corner where they also have coffee, gelato, and artisanal snacks. The new updates really add to the atmosphere of the views of the skyline, but of course there is no more thrilling of a view than from the Tilt! attraction.
360 Chicago is open 365 days a year from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., and it is located at 875 N. Michigan Ave. The entrance is $19 for adults and $13 for children. To experience the Tilt! it is an extra $7. For more information visit 360chicago.com.