Adventurous attraction in Chicago gives unique view of city


Chicago, Illin. — If you’re not afraid of heights and don’t get vertigo, the Windy City has a new attraction for you.

It’s called Tilt. It involves going to the 94th floor of the John Hancock Building and leaning over the edge.

How do you lean over the edge? You stand in a glass enclosure at a 30-degree angle.

The motion could be a little scary, but you can get a prime of view of Chicago and Lake Michigan.

It opens this weekend and will cost five dollars to stand there for more than a minute.

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