One World Observatory is located in One World Trade Center, the tallest building in the western Hemisphere. Also known as the Freedom Tower, it's one of Manhattan's newest skyscrapers, and reaches a height of 1,776 feet (541 m). Take a trip to the top for completely unrivalled 360-degree views of New York City and beyond. This unmissable experience doesn't just showcase the sights - you'll also be able to interact with the city and its history through immersive virtual reality displays and knowledgeable ambassadors. Please note that e-vouchers aren't valid for entry on Saturdays between 5-7pm, and additional restrictions and blackout dates may apply.查看更多詳情 閱讀更少
Your experience begins in the Sky Pod elevator, which displays an immersive, floor-to-ceiling time-lapse story of NYC’s 500-year evolution in less than 60 seconds. Once you reach the top, you can check out the awe-inspiring city visuals in the See Forever® theater, and opt to take the hand-held augmented-reality One World Explorer tour.
Thrillseekers can step out on to Sky Portal, a 14-foot glass disc that presents real-time HD views of the city below.
One World Observatory features friendly and knowledgeable global ambassadors on the 100th floor, who'll point out and explain key landmarks and features of New York City via a series of interactive HD monitors.
If you can't tear yourself away from the sensational views, linger a little longer at the Observatory's One Dine restaurant. Simply stop by for a cocktail, enjoy a quick bite, or make a reservation for a gourmet meal.