The West Street entrance provides direct access to the One World Observatory from the exterior of the building. It is conveniently located on the West Street side of One World Trade Center. This entrance is open to all visitors including individuals and groups with tickets.
The One World Observatory entrance on West Street is fully accessible by wheelchair. Elevators and ramps are available to ensure a smooth experience for you. You can ask the staff for help with wheelchairs at the venue. If you require a wheelchair, please contact the One World Observatory before your visit.
You can enter the One World Observatory through the entrance located the corner of West and Vesely Streets.
The One World Observatory only has one entrance for visitors of the observatory. It is located on the West Street side of the One World Trade Center.
The average wait time at the One World Observatory entrance is 45-60 minutes.
The One World Observatory entrance on the West Street of One World Trade Center is fully accessible to guests with disabilities.
Take the subway lines 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, A, C, J, Z, E, R, and W to get to the One World Observatory entrance. You can also take a cab or a car to One World Observatory.
Present your ticket at the West Street side entrance of One World Observatory to get in.
You can get your One World Observatory ticket at the kiosks present onsite at the West Street side entrance of the One World Observatory.
You can book skip-the-line tickets to the One World Observatory to avoid waiting in lines and get priority access to the observatory.
The One World Observatory entrances are accessible from 9 AM to 8 PM every day. However, timings vary throughout the year.