One World Observatory

The One World Observatory is an exquisite edifice that takes precedence over the New York City skyline. This architectural marvel sits atop the Western Hemisphere's tallest building, One World Trade Center, and is sure to captivate onlookers. A staggering light and video display depicting New York City's history and culture makes the lift ride to the 102nd floor an experience in and of itself.

The rebuilding of One World Trade Center after the attacks of September 11th is chronicled through interactive displays. You may explore the city's neighborhoods and learn about its rich culture through the exhibits' interactive elements.

Not to mention the delicious food! The restaurant of the One World Observatory is second to none, serving up both exquisite food and jaw-dropping views. The restaurant can accommodate a group dinner or an intimate date.

How to explore One World Observatory?

  • Take the elevator to the vantage point of One World Trade Center and enjoy the 102nd floor observation deck's breathtaking panoramic views of New York City.
  • Explore the interactive exhibits that highlight the history of One World Trade Center and the site's reconstruction following the events of 9/11.
  • Through interactive displays and virtual tours, visitors may learn about New York City's multifarious neighborhoods and cultures.
  • Enjoy a delectable dinner while admiring the city skyline from the world-class restaurant.
  • Enjoy the sunset over the city as the sky becomes ambrosial with orange and pink shades and the city lights come to life.
  • Attend a special event or celebration at one of the Observatory's event venues, such as a wedding, corporate meeting, or holiday party.
  • Purchase souvenirs and presents at the Observatory's gift store, which sells a wide range of memorabilia.
  • Take a helicopter tour of the city to see it from a bird's eye perspective and take in the spectacle of prominent sights.
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    1 hour

Address of One World Observatory

117 West St, New York, NY 10006, USA

Opening & Closing time of One World Observatory

  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
  • Saturday
  • Sunday

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