Visiting the Skydeck at the Willis Tower, formally the Sears Tower, in Chicago is about the most “touristy” thing you can do here. Having been here before, I knew what to expect, and knew this time would be a bit different. I was coming in knowing there would be a crowd, knowing I did’t have much time to get the pictures I was hoping for. Once you get into the little glass window there are people all waiting for you to finish making your shots so they can take theirs! It is a wonderful experience however and I would consider it a must visit (at least once) while in Chicago. If anything, for the view!
After waiting in line and getting your ticket, you than walk through a little Museum explaining some of the history into the tower and high-rise construction all together. Than its off to the elevator to make the 60 second trip to the top!
Take in this wonderful city from a little different perspective 🙂
I snap chatted and used the altitude filter while at the top that I thought turned out pretty cool 🙂
The first step is a bit intense, and you find yourself sitting in a glass bubble hovering over the city!
One piece of advice: kind of get an idea and plan what type of picture you want before hand, as it never seems there is enough time! Enjoy!