If you're afraid of heights and want to face your fears in a big way, keep on reading.  This Illinois attraction will get your heart racing in seconds.

I've never really been afraid of heights, like ever.  Maybe it's because I've never been put in a situation where I'd be scared of falling, but I'm totally okay standing on ladders, looking down a tall flight of stairs, and even hiking with no railings to catch my fall.


If you thought a new fear couldn't be unlocked, you thought wrong.  Chicago, Illinois has the most unique attractions that a lot of cities don't offer.  For example, Tilt at the 360 Chicago Observation Deck!


This ride is Chicago's highest thrill ride you could ask for, seriously.

  • TILT is the first of its kind in the world
  • Safely holds up to 8 visitors at a time
  • Extends out and over The Magnificent Mile ® and Chicago's famous skyline
  • Offers visitors unique, downward facing views from 1,030 feet

Do you think you could hang on the entire ride without passing out?  My anxiety level would be THROUGH. THE. ROOF.

You're literally hovering over 93 FLOORS viewing the city of Chicago in a whole new way.  And maybe with a scream waiting to come out.

This is what Tilt's visitors had to say about this attraction:

 The Tilt is a MUST DO! WOW, our hands were sweating but the experience was AMAZING!

For general admission, adults pay $30/person, Youth (3-11) pay $20/kid, and children under 3 are FREE!  Have a large group?  No problem, you can find all the information you need on their website for more pricing & bundles.

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