Chicago's first tall building and the second tallest in the US. The lift went up to 103 and the city of Chicago was in full view. We went upstairs on a cloudy day, which was a pity and believed that the panorama would look even better on a sunny day
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Check in Chicago’s popular attractions: the sky deck on the 103rd floor of the Willis Tower. Line up all day. Take the elevator to the viewing hall in 60 seconds. It's almost the same as the Oriental Pearl Tower and the 100th floor of the Globe. The difference is that 50 miles can be seen in good weather. The Willis Tower is the tallest building in the United States, only lower than the Burj Khalifa, formerly known as the Sears Tower. There is a landscape platform with transparent soles for shooting, and each group has a time limit of 60 seconds. The staff in charge of timing are all interns, with a bad attitude! All niggas. The view is good, day or night.
The security check in the U.S. is convenient and well done. You must go through the security check when entering. There is a small movie introducing the historical background of the Willis Tower. Then buy a ticket on SKYDEST. Take a panoramic view of Chicago. awesome! ! ! Hanging glass is specially designed. It's the place for tourists to visit here! Hahahaha
The view of Chicago from Skydeck is great. There is nothing more interesting than the glass floor-to-ceiling window sill extending from the viewing platform, which seems to be suspended high in the sky. However, because it is very attractive, many people line up to take pictures. In addition to taking pictures by yourself, you can also ask professional photographers there to take pictures on the glass table and then buy. Come in the evening, you can watch Chicago during the day, sunset and night scenes.
The most speechless thing about this building is that the arrangement is a bit disorderly. It is very slow to take the elevator upstairs. It seems that only one elevator is opened. There is an interval of 10 minutes between each wave of guests and the second wave. It is even more exaggerated when it comes down. The interval can be as long as 15 minutes, and a wave can only carry about 15 people. Later, there were too many people in the line, and it seemed that other spare elevators were opened to get off the unconventional route.
At that time, I queued for three hours in the willis tower. If you have friends who want to go to Willis Tower, you must go early, otherwise the whole day will be wasted in the queue. Looking down on Chicago from the willis tower, I feel like I'm really standing tall!