If You’re Afraid of Heights Then You Might Want to Avoid This Place in Chicago.

If you have a fear of heights, then you might want to stay clear of Chicago for a while. The Windy City’s latest attraction, a tilting 1000-foot viewing platform on the 94th floor of the John Hancock Tower, is not for the faint of heart.

The viewing tilting platform, known aptly as TILT, is located in Chicago’s John Hancock Tower.

The viewing tilting platform, known aptly as TILT, is located in Chicago's John Hancock Tower. The Daily Mail

Here visitors can get a real, heart stopping, look at Chicago below.

Here visitors can get a real, heart stopping, look at Chicago below. The Daily Mail

TILT can accommodate up to eight people at a time and costs $5 to experience.

TILT can accommodate up to eight people at a time and costs $5 to experience. The Daily Mail

Each spot comes with metal hand rails for you to hold while the box slowly tilts outward.

Each spot comes with metal hand rails for you to hold while the box slowly tilts outward. The Daily Mail

This is the view from the platform when it’s fully tilted. Yikes.

This is the view from the platform when it's fully tilted. Yikes. The Daily Mail

Talk about a terrifying way to experience a new city. Just wow.

Talk about a terrifying way to experience a new city. Just wow. The Daily Mail

This is what TILT looks like from outside.

This is what TILT looks like from outside. The Daily Mail

If you’re not freaked out yet, then check out this video of TILT in action.

H/T: The Daily Mail

Ok I’ll admit it, I have a tiny fear of heights and this is pretty terrifying. Still though, it looks like a lot of fun for those who can stomach it. 

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