Naperville is a popular tourist destination in Illinois, and if you’re looking for places to visit while touring around this area, then I’d recommend checking out the Moser Tower and Millennium Carillon. The Moser Tower and Millennium Carillon, with its 72 bells and iconic landmark status in the city, is one of a kind. This concrete tower stands at about 160 feet tall, making it hard to miss.
Climb the 253 steps of this well-maintained tower to take in jaw-dropping views. With postcard-perfect landscapes below, you’ll feel like an explorer returning home after ventures abroad.
The Moser Tower and Millennium Carillon is a great place to go if you want some spectacular views of the city. You can climb 253 steps for an amazing view from up on top, where your pictures will never be able to resist capturing all that beauty.
Get your camera out as you take several photos with friends backed by these magnificent structures in front of one very tall building that’s all glass from above ground level up – it even has to see through floors so we could watch our feet as well while climbing higher than normal without having any difficulties seeing what was going on around us because everything looked just perfect.
The Moser Tower and Millennium Carillon offer an experience like no other. You can climb up numerous flights of stairs to reach a deck where you will have captivating views, not just outside but also into the elegant interior space that awaits inside this iconic landmark building.
They appreciate your consideration in keeping the tower and carillon safe. There are many items that you will see while exploring this amazing space, but please do not touch them because they’re very delicate. The Moser Tower is an architectural marvel with breathtaking views from every level of the building – including some awesome 360-degree panoramic windows onto downtown Naperville area.
Situated at 443 Aurora Ave, Naperville, IL 60540, the Millennium Carillon and Moser Tower is an attraction that allows you to see the gorgeous views of the city from up high. However, there’s one rule: don’t run on stairs or decks because it could cause an accident. If your mobility isn’t what it used to be, then take the elevator instead.
To enter the Moser Tower, you must stay with your group at all times. There are no child tours without adult supervision, and it’s against policy for unauthorized personnel to be in there when bells or carillons are sounding–the surveillance cameras monitor everything.
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