Skip all the lines ticket
If you plan to visit the World Trade Center’s Observation deck during the sunset, you should consider getting priority access tickets.
One World Observatory’s skip all the lines tickets can be a perfect option for the peak summer months.
The One World Observatory observes the highest footfall at this time.
Regardless of your visiting time (early morning or late afternoon), reaching the Observation deck shouldn’t take long.
The priority pass lets you zoom through the queues and get priority access through security checkpoints.
Elevate your experience as you explore the most serene views of New York City, avoiding long, tiring lines.
As you explore the three floors of the Observation deck using the SkyPod elevator, you’ll see 360-degree LED screens around you featuring the awe-inspiring evolution of the city.
Once you reach the 103rd floor, you can also walk on the glass showing real-time video projections of New York.
Next, you can access the One World Explore AR iPad provided at the Observatory.
This skip all the lines ticket offers access to a virtual aerial view of NYC’s skyline.
This ticket includes
- Priority admission and exit from One World Observatory
- One World Explorer- Virtual (Augmented Reality) guided iPad tour
- Priority access to Skypod elevators
- The audio-guided experience is available in multiple languages, including English, Spanish, Korean, Japanese, Italian, German, French, and Chinese.
Adult ticket (13 to 64 years): $58
Youth ticket (6 to 12 years): $51
Seniors ticket (65+ years): $56
Child ticket (up to 5 years): Free entry
Being the tallest building in New York, the One World Trade Center is a popular attraction amongst locals and global visitors.
You can find long queues at the offline ticketing center.
It’s best to arm yourself with One World Observatory tickets that help you dodge all lines at the venue.
You must arrive at least 15 minutes before the entry time mentioned on your ticket.
Things to remember
- Firearms, pets and food and beverages from outside are not allowed in the One World Trade Center.
- The last admission is 45 minutes before the closing time of the One World Observatory. Make sure to check the Observatory’s opening hours before your visit.
- All visitors must pass the security checkpoint screening before entering the building.
- Packages, luggage and backpacks exceeding 63*43*23 cm are prohibited within the Observatory. So, leave them at the hotel as lockers are unavailable at the attraction.
- We’d suggest you learn more about tips for visiting the One World Observatory for an enjoyable exploration.
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