Reflect on the terrible events of 11 September 2001 when visiting the poignant 9/11 Memorial & Museum. Listen to personal stories of remembrance &…
Journey to the top of the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere and admire the incredible views over New York. Pre-book tickets and skip the…
Visit the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere and admire the incredible views over New York City. Skip the ticket, security and elevator…
This guided walking tour takes you through the former World Trade Center site in New York where the tragic events of 9/11 took place. You’ll see…
Pause to reflect on the events of 11 September 2001 on a 5-hour all access tour of New York’s Ground Zero and 9/11 sites. Go to the 9/11 Museum and…
Discover the best of New York City with an easy-to-use Sightseeing Flex Pass. Enjoy access to more than 100 of the biggest landmark destinations,…
Enjoy a delicious beverage at the View Restaurant, with incredible views of New York from the top of the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere.…
Take a poignant tour of the World Trade Center site where the tragic events of September 11, 2001 took place. Pause for reflection at the 9/11…
Take a guided tour of the top sites of the World Trade Center and the memorials. Guarantee your visit to the 1 World Observatory with pre-reserved…
Top sights in New York City
As the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, there's no better place to take in the Manhattan skyline.
This 3D theater combines time-lapse images with various colors and textures to provide a visual representation of New York's unbeatable pulse.
Wondering what all New York City's ants down below on the ground are getting up to? City Pulse lets you virtually visit different nooks and crannies that the city has to offer.
How many times can you say you've dined over 500 meters in the air? Sample some local cuisine or simply take in the view over a coffee.
As you whizz up to the 102nd floor on this elevator, you'll watch the incredible, virtual development of New York from the times of European settlement in the 16th century until the present day.
This exhibition is dedicated to those who built the World Trade Center. This is followed by the Foundations exhibition, which lets you see the ground beneath the building.
Don't miss your designated entrance time, otherwise you'll have to join the line all over again - tickets are non-refundable.
From May to September, One World Observatory is open until midnight, so get to go up and enjoy the bright lights of the city by night!
The restaurant only takes in walk-in guests, with the exception of large groups - please reserve in advance!
There are no storage facilities at One World Observatory, so don't bring any large items of luggage with you.
- When should I visit?Open September - May, 9:00AM - 8:00PM. Summer and Holiday opening hours are extended until 12:00AM.
- Is it expensive?Adult general admission $32, Senior $30, and Child $26.
- Will I need a guide?Guides are not necessary but beneficial for exploring all the sights NYC has to offer.
- How to get thereLocated at One World Trade Center, at the corner of West and Vesey Streets. Use of public transportation is highly recommended.
- Additional information
- Purchase tickets in advance online for best availability. If you miss your targeted time slot, you will have to wait for next opening.
- Visit after the sun goes down to see breathtaking views of NYC lit up at night!
What people are saying about One World Trade Center
The Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island were in my top 2 attractions in NYC (among Chicago Musical at Broadway). Otherwise I didn’t like my trip to NYC. It’s far too expensive what it offers. The people are very rude and egoistic. The city is very cold on an emotional level. The infrastructure is in a catastrophical state (subway, streets, etc.). There are homeless everywhere and the city is very loud and dirty. I am glad I could leave after 8 days of travel - because over long NYC would drive me completely nuts. I would not recommend a travel to NYC to friends. Nonetheless they would like to see a musical on Broadway or the Statue of Liberty . All the rest of NYC is exchangeable. You can find high buildings and a nice City Skyline in Shanghai, London, etc. as well. For this you do not need to go to New York. Furthermore the people in NYC are completely biased - they think their city is the greatest in the universe. Which it is NOT! Rome, Paris, etc. are far greater.
Amazingly lead by Mike. He gave us his insight on the day it happened and was extremely respectful whilst on the tour. The only criticism I would have is we did not have enough time between the museum and 1 Observatory to truly appreciate the museum. I would recommended a gap of at least 3 if not 4 hours. In the 2 hours we had we only saw about half of the museum.
We were thrilled to discover the museum will provide wheel chairs for the handicapped. This made the tour so much easier for my husband.
Guide was very knowledgeable and personable. Shared great information about the city based on his experience / time in NYC. Driver went above and beyond to assist with our daughter who has special needs.
This whole experience starts with the lift and whizzing through the floors and the life of Manhattan. Then the film of NYC and all its variables before the big reveal with rousing music....AND then your there . Take time to wander round and see it all. Excellent.