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Get the Best Possible View of Chicago During WPC 2017

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Willis Tower Skydeck

It took over 2,000 workers three years to complete the Willis Tower, which until 1998, was the world's tallest building. The Skydeck was completed in 1974. Visitors can catch a glimpse of up to three states from the 103rd floor of the Willis Tower.

Tickets: Starting at $23 

Click HERE for more ticket options

Website: theskydeck.com


 

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John Hancock Observatory

Instead of glancing up to take in all of Chicago's amazing architecture, look down at it instead from 1,000 feet above.

The John Hancock observatory features "TILT", an attraction in the 360 Observation Deck that lets viewers peer down over the Magnificent Mile and other notable Chicago areas.

Tickets: Starting at $18.45

Click HERE for more ticket options

Click HERE to see TILT in action.


 

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Chicago Gardens

When you're safely back on the ground, take some time to explore Chicago's green spaces. Although Chicago is one of the largest metropolitan areas in the US, there is a variety of parks and botanical gardens to stroll through. Click HERE for a quick list of places to visit.


 


 

World Perforating Conference
June 21-25, 2017
JW Marriott, Chicago, Illinois


The American Industrial Perforators Association (IPA) and the European Perforators Association (EUROPERF) invite all metal perforating manufacturers and suppliers to attend the 2017 World Perforating Conference, June 21-25, 2017 in Chicago, Illinois.
 
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