Unrivaled Views. Unparalleled Experiences.
One World Observatory affords groups unique panoramic views of New York City, its most iconic sites and the surrounding waters from an unreal 1,250-foot (381-meter) vantage point. Learn more about the interactive learning opportunities and delectable culinary offerings that await groups at the top!
There are many ways groups could elevate their experience at One World. A thrilling 47-second ascent in the SkyPod elevators and an awe-inspiring 50-mile view from the See Forever Theater evoke feelings of awe and excitement for the past, present, and future of the Big Apple.
The SkyPortal displays a real-time look to the city streets below, illustrating the true height of the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. CityPulse, a live interactive showcase, draws groups into the city's history and traditions, while presenting Ambassadors discuss more than 75 topics and present twice each hour. One World Explorer, the observatory's digital skyline guide, offers a self-guided tour of New York's most iconic sights and beyond.
Have a burning question? Circulating Observatory Ambassadors are a wealth of knowledge and are available to provide information during your group's visit.
If getting to soak up unrivaled skyline views isn't enough, One World Observatory also offers groups three dining experiences: ONE Café, a European-style coffee café; ONE Mix, a bar with hand-crafted cocktails, small-batch wines, local brews, and casual plates; and ONE Dine, a bistro featuring a menu with locally sourced ingredients, craft beers, and specialty cocktails.
Since its opening in 2015, One World Observatory has been recognized by numerous travel and tourism organizations for its exceptional guest experience, including the Concierge Choice Award (2018 Attraction of the Year), TripAdvisor (2018 Top Global Attraction), Concierge Choice Awards (2016 Tourist Attraction), Themed Entertainment Association (2016 Thea Awards for Outstanding Achievement), TripAdvisor (2016 Top U.S. Trending Summer Attraction), and Lonely Planet (2016 Favorite Online Listing).
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