Skydeck Chicago Admission
Please note: You must present a paper voucher. This is not a fast pass ticket.
- All entrance fees included
- Enjoy fantastic aerial views
- Instant Confirmation
- Family friendly
In the Skydeck Theatre, experience ‘Reaching for the Sky,’ a fascinating 9-minute movie telling the story of Chicago’s rise to the top of the architectural world. Here, discover how the tower went from a dream to a global icon.
You can also explore several exhibits designed for the whole family, like interactive digital floor displays, touch-screen activities and scavenger hunts that not only highlight Chicago's iconic landmark, but also celebrate the Windy City's sports, architecture, pop culture, history, food, music and people. Challenge yourself with a Chicago trivia game, compare the heights of the tallest structures in the world, and see just how many of your bodies it would take to reach the height of Willis Tower.
Upgrade to the Skylights Tour and enjoy a 20-minute audio tour, available in several languages. Full of exciting details about Chicago's rich history, the commentary helps you pinpoint top city sights from 20 different locations on the Skydeck. It's like having your own personal guide!
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9am-10pm, April - Sept
10am-8pm, Oct - March
Last admittance is 30 minutes prior to closing
Click the link below to check pricing & availability on your preferred travel date. Our pricing is constantly updated to ensure you always receive the lowest price possible.
One-time admission to the Skydeck
USD $19.49Pricing details
Admission and Skylights Tour
One-time admission to the Skydeck plus Skylights audio tour
USD $23.25Pricing details
Skydeck Chicago Admission
- Admission to Skydeck Chicago
- Video and interactive exhibits
- Hearing- assistance receivers available for video
- Souvenir photographs
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Wheelchair, scooter and stroller accessible
- Skylights Tour is available in English, Spanish, German and Japanese, and also in written script
Reviewed by: Cassie W, August 2015
organized, low wait times, great experience
Reviewed by: Stuart L, August 2015
The tour was great but buying your ticket from these people does not help you out all that much. You still have to print the ticket. You still have to wait in the same line as the people who bought tickets so they can exchange your printout for a regular ticket. A friend bought a ticket someplace online and they scanned in her bar code on her phone like an airline boarding pass.
Definitely try to visit the top of the Willis tower .but understand this does not seem to get you in any quicker when I went.