Nick Pyknis Co-Owner & President Earlier in his career, Nick spent 14 years in management with the Fine Dining Division of ARAMARK, a position that ultimately introduced he and business partner, Rick Roman , to The Signature Room at the 95th.
John Hancock Observatory
PRICING IS $65 FOR ADULTS AND $25 FOR CHILDREN UNDER 12.
Visiting the Skydeck will cost you $26 for adult general admission, or $18 for child general admission. For $49, you can get expedited entry, which will help you skip some of the lines.
Casual dress ; no beachwear allowed. Men are not permitted to wear sleeveless shirts. Traditional Upscale; no shorts or athletic wear. Jacket and tie are optional.
General admission: $20 for adults (ages 12+); $13 for youth (3-11); free for children under 3. Additional ticket options such as Total Tower Experience, FastPass, and Sun & Stars are available online.
THE CONDOS The apartments with a condominium form of ownership range from studios to 4 bedrooms. Prices for John Hancock condos range from $200K to over $2M.
The Signature Room is a family-owned dining experience that brings the best of Chicago to the table with local, fresh ingredients and renowned cocktails. Explore Our Menu >> TURN MOMENTS INTO MEMORIES. Give your guests something to talk about.
General Admission includes access to the elevator ride to the Skydeck , and The Ledge, glass floor balconies 1,353 feet over Chicago. Basic Admission.
|Adult – Ages 12 and up||$26.00|
|Youth – Ages 3 to 11||$18.00|
|Children under 3 are FREE ! Tickets available online to print at home or for immediate mobile delivery.|
Better view than the Sears Tower ! Admission is free , so if you just want to go through to look at the view without paying or taking a drink – you can . My husband and I sat and had a drink and snack as we watched the sunset over Chicago from the Lounge.
Was the tallest building in Chicago before being surpassed by the Willis Tower. Formerly known as John Hancock Center; 13th- tallest building in the United States; tallest building constructed in the world in the 1960s; first building in the world outside of New York City to rise at least 1,000 feet (305 m).