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  • Willis Tower Chicago

Willis Tower (Sears Tower) In Chicago

Formerly known as the Sears Tower, Chicago's most famous skyscraper climbs to an impressive 110 stories above the skyline as one of the tallest buildings in the world. This architectural icon offers spectacular views of the city and four states at the Skydeck observation center on the 103rd floor. Visitors can brave the glass Ledge Experience for a look down on the city from 1,353 feet above the streets. Be sure to not miss one of the most breathtaking sunsets anywhere.



  • March - September, 9am - 10pm; October-February, 10am - 8pm


  • adult (12+) $25; youth (3-11) $17; free for under 3


  • Sightseeing
  • Architectural History
  • Shopping & Dining
  • Family Fun
  • Incredible Views
  • Observation Deck
Willis Tower

Plan Your Wedding

For a breathtaking event venue, nothing tops the dramatic setting of the Willis Tower. The modern room can hold 50 to 400 guests and comes complete with a dance floor. Boasting 360-degree views from the 99th floor, this is Chicago's premier wedding space.

Observation Deck

The Skydeck on the 103rd floor provides unobstructed views as far as away as four surrounding states. Daring visitors can go for the Ledge Experience and look down at Chicago on a glass platform soaring 1,353 feet above the city.


  • How tall is the skyscraper?

    Willis Tower soars to an incredible 1,451 feet and tops off at 110 stories. The entire building weighs over 222,500 tons!
  • What fun things can you do with kids?

    Don't miss the Kids Club in the Skydeck where children can participate in exciting interactive games like scavenger hunts. Learn about this architectural icon while experiencing Chicago from a whole new angle.

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