One World Observatory (aka Freedom Tower)
One World Trade Center, 117 West Street, New York, NY 10007
Open Daily from 9:00am-8:00pm
-Guests can choose from a variety of tickets including one that gets them access to the whole observatory plus the onsite restaurant and one that allows access to the Statue of Liberty and the 9/11 Memorial in addition to One World Observatory
-Experience SkyPod™ Elevators which climb 102 stories in 47 seconds. This astonishing ride reveals the transformation of New York City from unsettled lands to today’s remarkable forest of skyscrapers.
-Check out See Forever® Theater: This heart-pumping audiovisual experience set to the rhythms of the city ends with your first glimpse of the spectacular skyline. It will take your breath away!
-If guests don’t want to do a whole meal at ONE Dine, they can stop by Savor Illy Caffe & Gelateria to experience the authentic Italian taste of Illy. With origins in Savor classic Italian inspired coffee drinks, a cup of Dammann Frères tea, or a refreshing nitro style Cold Brew ARIA paired with a light bite or sweet treat.
-For guests with combination or all-inclusive admission, they can take in the view with One World Explorer, our iPad guide to the city. When you move from window to window, the view on the screen moves with you. Touch a label and you’ll fly there by helicopter, up close, to hear fascinating stories about each site.
See the New York City skyline from over 100 stories above the streets – the highest point in the city. Take in breathtaking 360° views from the comfort of an indoor climate-controlled space. Get ready to elevate your senses at One World Observatory! See your place of origin added to our registry of guests (over 10 million visitors and climbing!). This dazzling data is presented on the largest curved indoor LED in the world! Step in closer and you’ll become part of the show. You’ll want to share this moment with your followers! A multimedia spectacular highlighting the memorable moments, famous faces, and iconic places viewable from One World Observatory. A breathtaking presentation powered by 145 screens. You’ll be sure to walk away wiser!
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