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The total driving distance from Milwaukee, WI to Chicago, IL is 92 miles or 148 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It ends in Chicago, Illinois.
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Chicago has one of the most beautiful skylines in the world. There are many places to get the best views of the city.
The 360 Chicago, formerly known as John Hancock Observatory offers 360-degree views of the Chicago Skyline and Lake Michigan. At the 94th floor observatory, 1,000 feet up, visitors can discover about the city’s history, architecture, natural scenery and culture.
Skydeck Chicago at Willis Tower offers 360-degree views and a thrilling experience at The Ledge. Get views of up to 4 states as you stand on the 103-floor glass balcony at the Willis Tower (Sears Tower).
According to Skydeck Chicago, the best time to visit is just after opening or after 5 pm for great sunsets and nightscape viewing. Note: Sunset times are different throughout the year, so plan on arriving at the observation deck at least 30 minutes prior to sunset time.
The 150 feet high Ferris wheel in Navy Pier is a fun way to enjoy the day and see the views of Chicago’s skyline and Lake Michigan.
Views of the Chicago skyline can be seen from hotels’ upper floors too like the Four Seasons Chicago and Trump International Hotel and Tower.
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