Your Guide to the One World Observatory Hours
One World Observatory Hours
- General Timings: 9 AM to 9 PM, everyday (timings vary throughout the year)
- Last Admission: An hour before closing time
- Closed: One World Observatory remains open throughout the year
- Duration of Visit: 45-60 minutes
- Best Time to Visit: An hour before sunset
One World Observatory Facilities Timings
Name: ONE Dine
Timings: 12 PM to 9 PM everyday (timings vary throughout the year)
Service: Fine Dining
Timings: 9 AM to 9 PM everyday
Best Time To Visit
Peak Season vs Low Season
- The peak season in New York is from June to August when the weather is pleasant and the city is bustling with tourists. You will have a livelier experience during the peak season.
- If you prefer chilly weather and lesser crowds, you should visit from January to March during the low season. Choose the season that best fits your preferences!
- Peak Season: June through August
- Low Season: January to early March
Weekday vs Weekend
- Typically, weekends are busier, and weekdays are less crowded. If you plan a visit during the week, you'll likely have a more relaxed experience.
- On the other hand, if you enjoy a more lively experience, you should consider visiting on the weekends.
Frequently Asked Questions About One World Observatory Hours
Yes, One World Observatory is open from 9 AM to 9 PM every day.
One World Observatory is open every day throughout the year.
We recommend spending at least 45-60 minutes at the One World Observatory.
The best time to visit One World Observatory is an hour before sunset on a weekday when the crowds are less.
Yes, One World Observatory remains open on public holidays.
We don’t recommend visiting One World Observatory on public holidays since it can be crowded.
One World Observatory's opening hours are 9 AM to 9 PM every day. However, opening hours can vary on public holidays. Please check the timings before booking your tickets.