One World Observatory: The Ultimate New York Experience

If you're looking for a new experience that's as close to the edge of the world as possible, One World Observatory is where you'll find it. One World Trade Center has been called "the most expensive building in US history," and One World Observatory is one of its crowning jewels. One World Observatory offers visitors views from over 1,250 feet up – higher than any other observatory on Earth – and an unmatched perspective on New York City. More can be found here.

One World Observatory is a new experience that will redefine travel and create a legacy for generations to come. One World Observatory offers visitors an unforgettable 360-degree city view from the 100th floor of One WTC. Visitors can enjoy never-before-seen views along with augmented reality guided tours featuring history and culture. One Word Tower has been transformed into one of America's most technologically advanced buildings, offering state-of-the-art features such as floating glass skywalks hanging off the building's structure, providing unobstructed panoramic views. One World Observatory is located in lower Manhattan on One World Trade Center, the tallest building in New York. One WTC has quickly become one of the most popular attractions on Earth since its opening just over a year ago. One World Observatory will be open seven days per week from May 29th through September 11th, then closing for construction until next Spring 2019. The observation deck that opened last summer will remain closed and continue renovations. Learn more about Bryant Park: A Place for Recreation and Relaxation.