Rise above the rest of New York with your One World Observatory Tickets! Zoom up into the sky inside the superfast SkyPod elevator as you make your way to the observatory at the top. Enjoy interactive exhibits about the building and the city. Then, peer down through the SkyPortal and see the lively streets below. Look down on the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, the Statue of Liberty, and much more! Combine your tickets with a New York Hop On Hop Off Tour and get dropped off directly in front of numerous other attractions!
If you want to avoid crowds, the best time to visit is between 8 am and 10 am, before the tourist buses arrive. But for the most spectacular views during your vacation, you’ll want to arrive before sunset. As early mornings are also the busiest time, arrive early to get a spot near the windows.
Weather-wise, the best time to visit is any time that the skies are clear. If there are low-lying clouds or rain, you might want to reschedule. Summer and winter months both have their own charms. It might be nice to see the skyscrapers blanketed in snow, but poor visibility could be a dampener.
As the tallest building in America, One World Trade is pretty easy to find. Most travelers will likely use the subway. If you choose this mode of transportation, you will need to take the A or C train to Chambers St., the E train to One World Trade, the 2,3,4 or 5 train to Fulton St., the 1 train to Rector St., or the R or W train to Cortland St. Those using the bus system should take the M20 bus towards South Ferry and alight at Vesey St./North End Ave. or the M55 bus towards South Ferry and alight at Broadway/Cortland St.
One World Observatory is open all 7 days a week from 8 am to 9 pm.
A typical tour of One World Observatory takes about 2 hours to complete.
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