View July 4th Fireworks 1,000 Feet Above Chicago

View July 4th Fireworks 1,000 Feet Above Chicago

There might just be a new way to have the best 4th of July fireworks views in the city. How about watching them 1,000 feet in the air?

Yes, that’s right. At a height of 94 stories, 360 CHICAGO – formerly known as John Hancock Observatory – is offering breathtaking, one-of-a-kind views that allow you to celebrate Independence Day in style.

Feeling daring? You can even witness the patriotic displays through their newest thrill TILT.

Unlike anything in the world, TILT offers downward-facing views that extend out and over the skyline, making visitors feel like a bird soaring high above The Magnificent Mile. Better yet, TILT will give onlookers an unparalleled view of Navy Pier, the launching point for the holiday fireworks. Holding eight viewers at a time, visitors who choose to enjoy TILT will be among the first in history to ever witness Chicago’s Fourth of July fireworks from such an extraordinary vantage point.

Fireworks watchers can also enhance their experience by enjoying refreshments at the café, which serves wine, beer, cocktails, coffee and other beverages, along with a number of menu options designed to appeal to everyone.

 

 

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