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John Hancock Center

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Ranked #5 in Chicago Can't-Miss Landmarks
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Closing in 55 mins Open on Fri-Sat,9:00am-11:00pm;Open on Mon-Thu, Sun,9:00am-9:00pm
Recommended sightseeing time:1-2 hours
875 N Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60611Map

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The John Hancock Center can book a place to visit. In the Chicago group tour, it will not include the activities of this place. You can walk through it when you are free to see some of the architectural and cultural features of the United States.


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The John Hancock Center is located on the side of Michigan Avenue in Chicago, also known as "Chicago 360°". Completed in 1969, it was the tallest skyscraper in the world outside New York at that time. Standing on the 94th floor and looking out, the field of vision will reach 128 kilometers, and the four states of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin have a panoramic view. 1. Tour Guide The John Hancock Center is now the third tallest building in Chicago and the fourth tallest building in the United States. It was designed by structural engineer Fazle Khan. There is an observation deck on the 94th floor of the building and a restaurant on the 95th floor with views of Chicago and Lake Michigan. The 44th floor features an all-American indoor pool. The John Hancock Center is currently a member of the World Federation of Tall Towers, and has received numerous awards for its distinctive architecture, including the 25-Year Achievement Award from the American Institute of Architects in May 1999. 2. "Tilt!" Observation Deck - Enjoy a New Perspective of Chicago The new "Tilt!" observation deck at the John Hancock Center in 2014 is not to be missed, a thrilling new attraction that changes visitors' perspectives on Chicago. Safe for up to 8 visitors at a time, it stretches out to overlook the Magnificent Mile and the Chicago skyline, offering a unique bird's-eye view at 1,000 feet!
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