Overlooking New York City in One World Observatory

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A visit to the One World Observatory is one of a million must-do fun experiences in New York City! you will have the opportunity to visit three observatories, take beautiful photos, and have an unforgettable experience.You can choose skip-the-line tickets, easily skip the queues, and fully experience the attractions.

When you enter the One World Observatory

You’ll first arrive at the Global Welcome Center, where you’ll be greeted by rows of greetings on large-screen displays and a dynamically generated world map that highlights your hometown. All guests must have a ticket to enter.

“Voice of the Heart” and “Foundation”

You’ll enjoy a show called “The Voice,” which tells the individual stories of the people who built One World Trade Center.

Next, “Foundation” will give you an up-close look at the foundation of the building.

Sky pod elevator

You’ll take one of five dedicated elevators to the 102nd floor in 60 seconds.

Floor-to-ceiling LED technology in each elevator gives guests an immersive virtual time-lapse experience that recreates the evolution of the New York skyline from the 16th century to today.


You’ll watch a two-minute or so exciting video presentation that combines aerial views, time-lapse abstract textures and patterns to bring together the unique rhythm and energy of New York’s vivid life in three dimensions.

Main viewing platform

On the observation deck’s 100th level, or “Discovery Level,” you’ll experience 360-degree views of iconic sights, the surrounding water, and panoramic views of the city and beyond.

Air Portal

The main feature of the viewing platform is the aerial portal. You’ll stand on a 4-meter-wide disc that uses real-time high-definition footage to transmit unforgettable views of the street below.

City Pulse

This interactive skyline puts you in touch with the iconic buildings and neighborhoods you see.

In the city’s veins, global ambassadors sit under a ring of high-definition video surveillance, equipped with gesture recognition technology that streams the footage to the screen to provide you with close-ups and personalized advice.