2. Called TILT, the attraction uses hydraulic lifts to move the full-length windows forward at a 33-degree angle so people can get a proper bird’s eye view of the city 1,000ft below.
5. Nichole Williamson, the general manager of 360 Chicago, the new name for the old John Hancock Observatory, said:
The movement in and out of the building is very controlled. We want it to be memorable and thrilling, but we don’t want to terrify anybody.