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Tilt | Hancock Center Chicago

Chicago´s latest heart racing attraction just opened at more than a thousand feet in the air of the John Hancock Center. Tilt is an eight person glass enclosure that tilts visitors forward for a unique perspective of the citys The Magnificent Mile. Visitors to Chicago will now be able to experience unsurpassable views whilst the platform slowly moves outward to an adventurous angle above the Windy City. That´s if you can stomach it. watch the video of Tilt in action.
via: Red Eye Chicago, Chicago Tribune

If you enjoy heights, check out the Ledge (also in Chicago) and the amazing Edge Walk at the CN Tower, Toronto.




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