One World Observatory and Edge Combo Ticket

The One World Observatory and Edge combo ticket adds to the magnificence of your New York with two stunning observation decks and their views.

These well-known tourist destinations each offer unique features, making the visit worthwhile.

When you get the combo ticket, you enjoy the modern architecture, the design and concept of the observation decks, and the stunning panoramic views of New York’s city.

Perched on the 100th, 101st, and 102nd floors of One World Trade Center, One World Observatory is one of the highest observation decks in the whole city. 

It offers unobstructed views of the Financial District, the Statue of Liberty, and the Hudson and East Rivers.

Take advantage of a range of virtual experiences, including “One World Explorer” and “Sky Portal,” while ascending to the summit in the quickest elevator, the “SkyPod.”

The Edge is the highest outdoor sky deck in the Western Hemisphere and stands 100 stories above Manhattan. 

It provides a 360-degree view of New York City and adjoining states.

What separates the Edge from the other New York observation decks is its glass floors and angled glass walls that provide a unique experience to visitors. 

It is suspended in mid-air, looking down at one of the busiest cities in the world.

Highlights of One World Observatory and Edge Combo Ticket

  • Priority skip-the-line access to the One World Observatory
  • Priority access to the Skypod elevators
  • Priority exit from the Observatory level
  • One World Explorer – virtual guide iPad
  • $5 voucher to eat, drink or shop
  • Multilingual audio app
  • Admission to Edge at Hudson Yards (indoor observation deck, outdoor sky deck, Glass Floor, Angled Glass Walls, Skyline Steps, and Eastern Point)
  • Free digital souvenir photo

One World Observatory and Edge Combo Ticket Price

Adult visitors aged 12 to 62 can purchase a combo ticket with access to One World Observatory and Edge for $75. 

Senior citizens (above 62 years) pay $72, and children (between 6 and 12 years) pay $64 for this combo. 

Infants below six years get free admission to both observatory decks. 

AgeCombo ticket price
Adult ticket (12 to 62 years)$75
Senior Citizen ticket (62+ years)$72
Child ticket (6 to 12 years)$64
Infant Tickets (up to 6 years)Free

Why Should You Buy The One World Observatory and Edge Combo Ticket?

Unlock the full splendor of New York’s skyline with the unbeatable advantages of the One World Observatory and Edge combo ticket. 

As these iconic observation decks draw larger crowds, ticket demand surges, particularly during peak tourist months with inevitable ticket scarcity.

The assurance of entry is a game-changer with combo tickets, offering peace of mind and eliminating last-moment disappointment.

With the combo tickets, you can overcome the inconvenience of standing in two separate ticket lines or navigating the complexities of booking them online separately.

Buy the One World Observatory and Edge combo tickets to get a discounted offer of 10% on individual entry tickets to each observation deck.

The One World Observatory skip-all-lines entry ticket costs $54 for adults (13 to 64 years), $52 for seniors (65+ years) and $46 for youths (6 to 12 years). 

However, the per-head cost when purchasing the Edge tickets as a combo is $49 for adults, $47 for seniors, and $41 for children.

Children up to five years old get free entry.

Similarly, the Edge general admission ticket price for adults (12 to 61 years) is $29, for seniors (62+ years) is $28, and for children (6 to 11 years), it is $25.

However, when you purchase it with the One World Observatory combo, the cost reduces to $26 for adults, $25 for seniors and $23 for children (6 to 11 years).

Children below six are allowed for free.

Another factor is that you can book the tickets for two dates or visit on the same day.

Each observatory has a different view to provide and a different experience to share, and these two famous sites give a diversity of experience to your New York trip.

You can only get this discount with online purchase of tickets, so hurry up and decide to add this to your itinerary.

Visitor Information

To help you plan your trip, we’ve included some important information in this section:

One World Observatory Hours

The daily opening hours for the One World Observatory are from 9 am to 9 pm.

The entire visit takes between 45 minutes to an hour.

Edge Hours

Edge’s operating hours for visitors are from 10 am to 9 pm.

The last elevator ride is 50 minutes before the closing time.

How to get to One World Observatory from Edge

The One World Observatory is at One World Trade Center, 117 West St, New York 10007, at the corner of West and Vesey Streets in Lower Manhattan.

The Edge is located at 30 Hudson Yards, New York, 10001, near the Hudson River dividing New York and New Jersey state.

The two observatories are located 3.9 miles (6 km) from each other and have well-connected roads and subway options to reach.

FAQs About One World Observatory and Edge Combo Ticket

1. Is One World Observatory and Edge the same?

No, they are not the same.

The One World Observatory is part of the One World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan, at the historic place where the previous World Trade Center Twin Towers stood.

The Edge is the new observatory deck, unique for its glass floors and angled glass walls through which visitors can see the roads below.

2. Can I visit One World Observatory and Edge on the same day?

Yes, while booking the tickets, you can choose the same dates for both the sites and the time at your convenience.

However, this combo ticket also allows you to book the two sites for two different dates.

3. Can I purchase the One World Observatory and Edge combo ticket from ticket counters?

You do not get the combo ticket option if you buy it from the counters.

This ticket with a 10% price discount is available for online tickets only.

4. What is included in the One World Observatory and Edge combo ticket?

You get to skip the line entry to One World Observatory, priority access to all three floors and the experiences there.

In Edge, you will get access to the indoor observation deck and outdoor sky deck and see the glass floor, angled glass walls, skyline steps, and eastern points.

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