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Built on the site of the original World Trade Center, One World Trade Center is home to the tallest building and the highest observation deck in the USA - it’s a symbolic 1776 feet (541 meters) tall, in recognition of the year that the United States was founded. Take the elevator up to the 102nd floor in a swift 47 seconds and enjoy the panoramic views of New York.
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Lines to buy tickets and at the elevators can get long, so book a skip-the-line ticket for a more streamlined experience.
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Combine your ticket with a walking tour to learn even more about the World Trade Center and the history of the area.
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City Pass Offers

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4 Tips for Visiting the One World Trade Center

Entrance to the One World Observatory | Flickr: Kai Brinker CC BY 2.0
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All-inclusive-TicketTickets for the One World Observatory are included in the city tickets Sightseeing Pass NYC & Flex and FreeStyle Pass, which is worthwhile when visiting various attractions in the city. This can be combined with a visit to the Statue of Liberty and the Ellis Island Immigration Museum.
One World Trade Center street view | Pixabay
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Enjoy a Drink or a Fine MealIt's absolutely worth taking the opportunity to have a cocktail with the great view or dine at sunset. A ticket for the One World Observatory is required for a table reservation at ONE Dine.
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Visit the 9/11 Memorial & MuseumAlso located directly on Ground Zero is the 9/11 Museum and Memorial. The museum documents the 2001 terrorist attack and features 10,000 artifacts and interviews with 2,000 eyewitnesses.
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Avoid QueuesThe combined or all-inclusive ticket gets you through security and into one of the elevators faster, so the extra cost is worth it if you're short on time or patience.
Panorama on New York | Ulmon: CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

One World Observatory Tickets Overview

Various tickets are offered for the viewing platform - here is an overview of the different offers

Standard Ticket

For $43 you get access to the One World Observatory with a fixed time window. If you want to enjoy the view alone and can plan a visit to the One World Trade Center into your daily schedule, this is not a bad idea.

Combo Ticket

The $53 combo ticket includes entry with timeslot to the One World Trade Center observation deck without waiting in line (skip-the-line) via Priority Lanes (no waiting in line for security screening, elevators and exits) and the OneWorld Explorer digital guide.

All-inclusive Ticket

Sometimes called a Skip-all-Lines Ticket, this package offerstime flexible fast admission to One World Observatory via Priority Lanes at security check, elevators and exit, plus the OneWorld Explorer digital guide and a $15 restaurant, bar or gift store voucher.

MasterCard VIP Tour

Offered exclusively to MasterCard holders, this 60-minute guided tour of the Observatory includes admission, guide, and $15 food or gift store voucher for $73.
9/11 Memorial right next to 1WTC | Pixabay

History of One World Trade Center

After the attacks of September 11, 2001, various projects were started on the site called Ground Zero to give space to mourning, but also to create something new.

Freedom Tower

Initially, the skyscraper under construction as of the 2004 Indepedence Day was also called Freedom Tower; in the vernacular, this name is also still used. The architectural firm Skidmore, Owings and Merrill based its design on an initial draft by architect Daniel Libeskind, who also designed the Jewish Museum in Berlin, for example.

11 Years of Construction

After 11 years of construction, the new One World Trade Center with its 1776 feet (541 meters) meters of height (measured with antenna) was finally completed in 2015. This ultra-modern skyscraper, which is the eighth tallest in the world, houses offices of various companies in addition to the observation deck and restaurant on a total of 104 floors.
1WTC | Ulmon: CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

The Best Observation Deck in New York?

In addition to the observation decks Edge at Hudson Yards, Rockefeller Center (Top of the Rock) and Empire State Building, the observation deck of the One World Trade Center at 1.268 ft. (387 meters) is the highest in New York and allows 360-degree panoramic views of the Big Apple. The question, which is the best observation deck in NYC, must probably answer each for itself, special about the One World Observatory is its most southern location in Lower Manhattan.

New York's Highest Observation Decks

Photo
Building
Total Height
Height of Observation Deck
Open Since
New York
One World Trade CenterNew York | USA
546m#1 in New York#1 in USA#8 worldwide
387m#1 in New York#2 in USA#13 worldwide
2014
Empire State BuildingNew York | USA
443m#2 in New York#3 in USA#17 worldwide
373m#3 in USA#14 worldwide
1931
30 Hudson YardsNew York | USA
387m#3 in New York#5 in USA#26 worldwide
342m#4 in USA#17 worldwide
2019
worldwide
Burj KhalifaDubai | UAE
828m#1 in UAE#1 worldwide
585m#1 in UAE#1 worldwide
2010
Eiffel TowerParis | France
324m#1 in France#42 worldwide
276m#1 in France#36 worldwide
1889
The ShardLondon | UK
310m#1 in UK#46 worldwide
244m#1 in UK#52 worldwide
2013
One World Trade Center is number 1 in New York and number 13 on the worldwide list of the tallest buildings with an observation deck.

General Information

Opening Hours:

⚠️ Currently, the One World Observatory is open from Thursday to Monday between 11:00 AM and 7:00 PM. Opening hours may change on public holidays; details can be found at oneworldobservatory.com.

Address:

One World Trade Center
285 Fulton Street
New York, New York 10007

Covid-19 measures:

⚠️Currently, the following measures are taken against the coronavirus:
  • Upon entry, the body temperature of all visitors is screened
  • Wearing a face mask is mandatory when visiting the observatory
  • Disinfect or wash hands regularly
  • Maintain a distance of 2 meters from other visitors

How to get there:

If you’re using the New York subway you can take the A or C train to Chambers Street, the E train to World Trade Center, the 1 to Rector Street, the 2, 3, 4, and 5 to Fulton Street, or the R or W - to Cortland Street. Valet parking is also available at Brookfield Place.
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