So I’m always going to call this the #searstower cause for me growing up and was larger than life. It was the world’s tallest building for much of my childhood and still a damn good place to take photos of downtown #chicago. #tripaway
Willis Tower was once the world's tallest building, and although the first name is no longer there, the Willis Tower is still the brightest point in the Chicago skyline and the best place to see Chicago.
Take the elevator for 70 seconds to reach the 103-story Skyscraper, overlooking Chicago's dense skyline, Lake Michigan, and Chicago's checkerboard streets. The night view of Chicago is worth seeing because it is the city with the most skyscrapers in the United States, and it is also a city where rare streets are so neatly distributed.
The most special thing here is its skydeck, where there are four glass balcony boxes that extend beyond the building. People stand in the glass box, all around is completely transparent, very exciting, you can stand in the glass box Inside, look down on the city under the 103rd floor, or even sit and lie on the glass balcony, you are not bold enough!
Transportation: The subway can take the subway orange line, brown line, pink line, purple line to get off at Quincy/Wells station.
fare: adult ticket (12 years old and above) 19.5 US dollars, children (3-11 years old) 12.5 US dollars
Willis Tower in Chicago, IL is a must specially for first time visitor of the city. If you love scenic view and not afraid of height, then you will definitely love this tower. This is walking distance from the Union station which makes it easy to venture out. #wintergetaway