One World Observatory: Skip-the-Line Entrance Ticket

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Entrance ticket
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  • Admire unique and magnificent views of Manhattan from the highest point in New York
  • Save time and bypass the lines by using the fast track to access the three-story observation deck
  • Challenge your bravery and step onto the Sky Portal platform
  • Make your sightseeing experience more futuristic with an augmented reality guide
  • Enjoy a drink above the clouds at the bar
Experience unmatched 360° views of New York stretching out for 50 miles at One World Trade Center, standing tall at 1,776 feet as the tallest building in the Western hemisphere! Zip to the top on a deluxe SkyPod elevator with LED screens showcasing the evolution of New York. Once you reach the 102-nd floor, take your time admiring three stories of breathtaking views. If you're feeling daring, step out onto the vertiginous Sky Portal platform and look down at live video projections of the city below. Elevate your experience even further with the One World Explorer Augmented Reality iPad. Grab one of our supplied tablets and take a virtual helicopter tour of the NYC skyline, or scan the horizon and watch dynamic multimedia content bring it to life. Treat your senses to handcrafted local favorites at the restaurant, or enjoy a drink with a view at the bar. Note! Last admission: 45 minutes before closing Bags, packages, and luggage cannot exceed 25"x17"x9"(63x43x23cm) – no lockers available. All visitors must undergo security screening prior to entering. No food, beverages, animals, or firearms.

What's included

  • Entrance ticket to the One World Observatory
  • Priority admittance to the One World Observatory
  • One World Explorer – virtual guide iPad

    Places you will visit

    One World Observatory
    West Street, 117, Manhattan

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