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Chicago


Illinois

The Hancock Observatory

The 94th-floor observatory  of the John Hancock Center is more than 1,000 feet (330 m) above Chicago
The 94th-floor observatory of the John Hancock Center is more than 1,000 feet (330 m) above Chicago

 
 

Chicago is home to two of the world’s most famous skyscrapers, one of them being the John Hancock Center. Guests can see Michigan, Wisconsin, Indiana and Illinois from the top of thr structure. The Hancock Observatory features talking telescopes, so visitors can hear and see the sights.

Chicago is home to the John Hancock Center. Visitors can see Michigan, Wisconsin, Indiana and Illinois from the top of the structure. The Hancock Observatory features talking telescopes, so visitors can hear and see the sights.

The 94th-floor observatory is more than 1,000 feet (330 m) above Chicago at the John Hancock Center, features an open-air Skywalk, the Midwest's highest open-air experience;

Sky Tours, which takes you on a personal audio tour of Chicago's incredible sights and remarkable history;
Soundscope 3-D "talking" telescopes that speak in four languages and create startling real sound effects; a Chicago history wall; and a theme park-style ticketing area that recreates the construction of the John Hancock Center.
Open daily 9am - 11pm

Address:
875 N. Michigan Ave., 94th Floor



 
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GPS Coordinates

1 -- Hancock Tower
Decimal Lat: 41.8983954 / Lon: -87.6238529
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