One World Observatory opening hours

The One World Observatory opening hours are from 9 am to 9 pm throughout the week. The final admission is at 8 pm. 

It takes 45 minutes to one hour for a complete observatory tour. 

If you reach the observation deck just before 8 pm, you should be able to explore it well. 

The Observatory is open from 9 am to 9 pm during the peak season, from March to September. 

From September to February, the opening hours of One World Observatory are from 9 am to 8 pm. 

However, the One World Observatory opening timings change across months. You can also check the monthly timings schedule below in detail.

Months Timings 
20 December to 5 January 8 am to 10 pm 
6 January to 30 April 10 am to 9 pm
1 May to 2 September 9 am to 9 pm 
3 September to 2 October 9 am to 9 pm 
3 October to 19 December 8 am to 9 pm

Note: The last entry is one hour before the closing time.

If you enter the One World Observatory before the last entry, you can stay and enjoy the experience until 10 pm.

There’s no time limit on the One World Observatory admission tickets. Once in, you can stay on for as long as you want and make the most of your experience.

The ticket box office opens at 9 am every day. However, we suggest buying One World Observatory tickets online before visiting. 

This will help you avoid standing in long queues and reserve your entry to the Observatory, thus avoiding last-minute disappointments.

One World Observatory timings on special days 

During special occasions or significant events, the One World Observatory hours of operation may change. You can check the particular day timings here – 

Special Days Timings Last entry 
New Year’s Day11 am to 10 pm9.15 pm 
11 September 12 pm to 9 pm8.15 pm 
Thanksgiving Day8 am to 9 pm 8.15 pm 
Black Friday 8 am to 9 pm 8.15 pm 
Christmas Eve8 am to 10 pm 9.15 pm 
Christmas Day11 am to 10 pm9.15 pm 
New Year’s Eve8 am to 8 pm7.15 pm 

ONE Dine Restaurant Hours 

One Dine – the fine dining experience
Image: Onefinedine.com

One Dine is the New York attraction’s mainstream restaurant and is functional from 1 pm to 9 pm. 

It’s a popular choice for people visiting the One World Observatory. 

If you love curated dining experiences, you’d be happy to know that ONE Dine restaurant now offers one. 

If you want to try the One Dine Restaurant, you can access it by purchasing the all-inclusive One World Observatory ticket

The 360-degree, stunning view includes a digital skyline guide, a priority lane for security, an elevator and exit, flexible arrival and a $15 drinks voucher. 

You can redeem it at the restaurant, bar or cafe within the premises. 

Note: Outside food and beverages inside the One World Observatory is strictly prohibited. 

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