Tuesday, July 01, 2014
Celebrate America’s Independence at 360 CHICAGO, the Perfect Spot to Watch the Fourth of July Fireworks (Chicago)
360 CHICAGO is the ideal location for marveling at Fourth of July fireworks.
At a height of 94 stories, 360 CHICAGO – formerly known as John Hancock Observatory – offers breathtaking, one-of-a-kind views that allow you to celebrate Independence Day in style.
Visitors’ jaws drop as they step from the elevator and take in magnificent, 360-degree aerial views set 1,000 feet above Lake Michigan. And on America’s birthday, fireworks will light the sky in explosions of extraordinary color.
And when guests bring their loved ones to enjoy the unforgettable vistas, sip a cocktail, and witness the patriotic display, they can also visit Chicago’s newest thrill, TILT.
Unlike anything in the world, TILT offers downward-facing views from 360 CHICAGO. It extends out and over the skyline, making visitors feel like a bird soaring high above The Magnificent Mile.
Better yet, TILT is situated on the Skyline view portion of 360 CHICAGO. This gives guests 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 will enhance their experience by enjoying refreshments at the 360 CHICAGO café, which serves wine, beer, cocktails, coffee and other beverages, along with a number of menu options designed to appeal to everyone.
360 CHICAGO also offers eighteen touch screen kiosks to view the skyline and Lake Michigan. These kiosks demonstrate the city’s hot spots and narrow in on individual guest’s points of interest.