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Behold the incredible panoramic view of the New York skyline from the One World Observatory - the tallest building in the city. Get ready for an extraordinary experience – the state-of-the-art technology at the top will leave you in awe!
It takes 60 seconds on board the elevator at the One World Observatory to reach the 102nd floor. That`s just enough time for a virtual trip through the past of New York! Immersive LED technology will show you the New York skyline’s transformation over the past 500 years.
See New York like never before – admire incredible views from the entire city and try to spot as many famous attractions as you can. Needless to say – it’s a perfect photo location!
One World Observatory is more than just a view point. It also features state-of-the-art technology that would make Tony Stark happy!
Watch your guide stand in the middle of a giant circle of LCD screens and witness how each motion of their hands brings a different real-time snapshot of the city on the video monitors. To make you feel truly special - the high-tech spectacle is complete with personalized recommendations.
Feel your heart race, as you experience the view from 1,776 feet above right under your feet. Walk on a 14-foot wide circular disc which projects realistic real-time footage from the streets of New York below. Don’t be surprised if you get a little bit dizzy - it looks exactly as if you were standing on a thin glass floor!
Important: During 4th July celebrations the One World Observatory will not accept standard voucher entries between 6:15pm and 12am. Anyone entering the venue prior to 6:15pm would need to leave the Observatory by 7pm.
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285 Fulton Street, New York, NY 10007. You can access the observatory either via West Street (through the West Lobby) or through the underground pathway that connects the Oculus/Path train to Brookfield Place.
One World Observatory is wheelchair accessible.