Tilted Observatory Suspends Tourists 1,000 Feet Above Chicago

Tilted Observatory Suspends Tourists 1,000 Feet Above Chicago
Design

The Tilt exhibit offers a 360-degree view of the city's skyline.

Marnie Kunz
  • 27 may 2014

Chicago tourists and locals alike can now get a breathtaking new perspective on the Windy City’s magnificent skyline, thanks to a new installation at the John Hancock Center. Tilt features a moveable glass and steel platform that holds up to eight visitors at a time and offers a panoramic, 360-degree view of the city’s majestic skyscraper-lined skyline. As they step into the exhibit, children and adults can enjoy the interactive, unique experience of towering above the city at a daring angle.

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