One World Observatory
Travelers looking to experience life—or, at least, New York City—on the top of the world need look no further than the One World Observatory. One World Trade Center features a high-speed elevator that shoots visitors straight to the 100th-floor observatory in just 47 seconds. On the ride up, impressive time-lapse technology showcases the city’s transformation from the 1500s to the present in immersive floor-to-ceiling screens. At the top, spectacular 360-degree views of New York City’s waterways, iconic skyline, and renowned landmarks stretch for miles.
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- Skip the Line: NYC One World Observatory Ticket
- All-Access 9/11: Ground Zero Tour, Memorial and Museum, One World Observatory
- Full-Day New York "Must See" Small-Group Tour + One World Observatory Ticket
- 9/11 Memorial, Ground Zero Tour with Optional One World Observatory Ticket
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