Chicago from above
Following a recent renovation, the new Hancock Observatory invites you to enjoy Chicago’s best views from the city’s highest open-air Skywalk. It has quickly gained ___POPULARITY___ with both Chicagoans and visitors of the city.
Skywalk is Chicago’s highest open-air viewing area. It is 1,000 feet in the air! Everyone here can feel the strong wind and hear the dynamic buzz of the city below. The friendly staff will ___CERTAINLY___ tell the real story behind Chicago’s “Windy City” nickname.
For those who feel ___UNCOMFORTABLE___ about such a great height there are more relaxing indoor audio Sky Tours.
These 30-minute personal audio tours give a unique “overview” of Chicago’s wonderful sights and ___REMARKABLE___ history! Sky Tours are available in English, Spanish and German.
History Wall is another popular ___ATTRACTION___. More than 100 photos on a great 80-foot display show Chicago’s rise from a small settlement to a great city.
As a tour guide I have been to the Skywalk ___COUNTLESS___ times and still I can’t help admiring it.