What are the public transportation options?

The Willis Tower is located near the Blue, Brown, Orange, Pink, Purple, Red Lines on the ‘L.’ It is also near the Ogilvie Transportation Center and Union Station and several bus lines.


Where do I park my car?

Tower Self Park, operated by InterPark, is located at 211 W. Adams, with an additional entrance on Franklin St directly across the street from Willis Tower. Contact 312-782-5570 for information and rates.


Is there a tour of the building?

Take an audio/visual tour of the Skylight during operating hours. Schedule SkyDeck group visits at



Willis Tower is undergoing an elevator modernization! Learn more here


Whom should I contact if I’d like to host an event at Willis Tower?

Please use the Willis Tower contact form.


Is there public Wi-Fi in the building?



How many floors does the Willis Tower have and how tall is the building?

Willis Tower stands 1,450 feet (443 meters) high, with 110 stories. Including its twin antenna towers, it measures 1,730 feet (520 meters) high.


I left something in a main area of the building. Is there a lost and found phone number?



Does the building close for any holidays?

No, the building is open 365 days a year.


Are there multiple entrances to the building?

Entrances to the building are on the east (Franklin Lobby) and west (Wacker Lobby) sides of the building.


How do I become a member of the Metropolitan Club?

Visit to learn about becoming a member of the Metropolitan Club.


Should I be worried about being in the building during extremely windy or snowy days?

The building is designed to withstand Chicago’s extreme weather. It is designed to safely sway up to six inches from its true center.


How many states can you see from the Willis Tower?

On a clear day, you can see up to 50-miles and four states: Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin and Michigan.


Who is Willis?

Willis North America is a Global Insurance Brokerage Company and one of the largest brokers in Chicago. In 2016, Willis Group merged with Towers Watson to create Willis Towers Watson. To learn more about Willis, click here.