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Discounted Tickets: Children between 6 to 12 years and seniors above 65 years can avail discounted tickets.
Cancellation Policy: You can cancel your tickets up to 24 hours before your scheduled visit and get a full refund.
Take in breathtaking 360-degree panoramic views of the stunning New York City skyline after traveling up more than one hundred stories! The indoor climate-controlled space ensures that you can enjoy the views from here all year round.
Simply add your place of origin to the One World Observatory when you visit the attraction. This amazing data is presented on a curved LED screen, which is believed to be the largest indoor LED screen in the world!
Enjoy a presentation powered by 145 screens at the One World Observatory. Learn about some of the memorable moments, the famous faces, and all the iconic attractions that you can see from the top of the One World Observatory.
Reach the top of the One World Observatory by stepping into a SkyPod elevator, that will make you climb the 102 stories of the One World Trade Center in 47 seconds flat!
At the See Forever Theater, you can enjoy a spectacular audio-visual experience that is set to the rhythms of New York City and coincides with your first glimpse of the New York City skyline.
Get all the inside information about New York City by asking tour ambassadors anything and everything about New York City when you visit the One World Observatory.
Enjoy a quick bite, a refreshing cocktail, or a delicious gourmet meal at the ONE Dine restaurant located on the 101st floor of the One World Observatory. Surrounded by amazing views, ONE Dine promises you an unforgettable dining experience!
At the Illy Caffè and Gelateria, you can pair your classic Italian-inspired coffee, a delicious cold brew, and many other drinks with a quick snack that will leave you asking for more!
Use the One World Explorer guide app on the iPads at the One World Observatory to explore New York City as you move from window to window. The best thing about this guide is that it moves along with you.
The One World Observatory is open from 10 AM to 9 PM daily.
Last Entry: One hour before closing time.
Closed: Open all year round.
Best Time To Visit: Just before sunset.
Address: 117 West Street, New York, New York 10007 | Find on maps
Nearest Stop: World Trade Center
Nearest Stop: Newport
Nearest Stop: Vesey Street and West Street
Car Parking: Park at Brookfield Place Shopping Center or an office complex across West Street.
The One World Observatory has a restaurant named ONE Dine on the 101st floor. Enjoy gourmet and continental cuisine at the restaurant and don’t forget to sip on some of the famous wines and cocktails that are on offer!
The average cost for dining at ONE Dine is around $31 - $50.
You can also visit the Illy Caffè and Gelateria to sip on some delicious Italian coffee!
You can easily purchase One World Observatory tickets online.
Yes, you can buy your One World Observatory tickets online.
Your One World Observatory tickets start from $47.91.
Yes, skip the line tickets for One World Observatory are available online.
Children between 6 to 12 years and senior citizens above 65 years can enjoy discounts on their One World Observatory tickets. Cashback offers are also available for these tickets.
The One World Observatory is an observation deck on the 102nd floor of the One World Trade Centre. From here, you can enjoy some stunning views of the New York skyline.
You can visit the One World Observatory by purchasing tickets to the attraction.
The One World Observatory is located at 117 West Street, New York, New York 10007.
Some highlights of the One World Observatory include 360-degree views, the Grand Horizon Center, and the thrilling ride to the top in the SkyPod elevators.
You can get to the One World Observatory by bus, car, or subway.
The One World Observatory is open from 10 AM to 9 PM every day.
Restrooms and a gift shop are available at the One World Observatory. All the areas in the observatory are accessible by wheelchair.
Yes, the One World Observatory is accessible by wheelchair.
Yes, photography is permitted at the One World Observatory.
The exhilarating ride to the top in the SkyPod elevators and the breathtaking panoramic views of New York City, its surrounding waters, and a bird’s eye view of some of the city’s most iconic attractions make the One World Observatory worth visiting.