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If, like many, you did not have the opportunity to see the viewpoint of the missing Twin Towers, since 2015 in New York you can go up to the One World Observatory, the new observatory of the World Trade Center.
Around you, you will see the first homes of Manhattan, the construction of bridges and mythical buildings, the sad disappearance of the Twin Towers and the silhouette of the city of skyscrapers change over the centuries.
And the free part of the tour begins! The One World Observatory is located on the 100th floor and, thanks to the 360-degree panoramic view, will make you feel that New York is a miniature set.
Through the glass, you will see the whole city from a bird’s eye view. To the south, the Financial District awaits you, with the Statue of Liberty (of all the observatories, it offers the closest view) and Governors Island.
And yet, for us, the One World Observatory has a major drawback: it is an indoor observatory, unlike the Top of the Rock, the Empire State Building or the Edge, which have outdoor terraces.
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Rebuilt after the 9/11 attacks, New York’s World Trade Center district now houses several memorials to the victims: the 9/11 Memorial and the 9/11 Museum.The Twin Towers have been replaced by new skyscrapers, including One World Trade Center (One WTC), which houses the One World Observatory, the observatory with a stunning 360° view.We were lucky enough to go the first day it opened in 2015. Since then, it has become one of our favorite observatories and we never tire of going back whenever we travel to New York.
Next, you’ll take one of the elevators called Sky Pods. It will take you less than a minute (47 seconds to be exact) to get to the 102nd floor. Just enough time to watch a video that traces the urban development of New York.Videos of our visit to the Global Welcome Center and the elevator ride are available on our YouTube channel.
Here you can finally fully enjoy the incredible view from the One World Observatory! Take your time, take in every detail and see the rooftops of New York, it’s breathtaking! You are at the highest observatory in New York.
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Climbing the One World Observatory at One World Trade Center should be in your plans if it is your first trip to New York. Climbing the Top of The Rock or the Empire State Building should also be in your plans. Climbing all three will give you a spectacular view of the city from different vantage points.
The views of the Hudson River and the East River are fantastic, as well as the Booklyn Bridge, the Manhattan Bridge and the Statue of Liberty. Or being able to recognize the avenues going up all over Manhattan.
Once you go up (the speed of the elevator is amazing!) they offer you the rental of a tablet that will help you locate all the buildings and important and curious points of the city. The truth is that we have never rented it (you have to pay for it in addition to the entrance fee).
And why do I tell you this? Well, because the viewpoint of the One World Trade Center building is indoors, not outdoors like the Empire State Building. So it is all windows. Since it’s lighter inside than outside (at night), when you shoot with the camera what you will photograph is your reflection in the glass. And not the views of New York.
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Elevate your senses at One World Observatory and ascend 100 floors to the top of One World Trade Center. This priority pass allows you to skip all the lines, with priority at security checkpoints as well, so you can discover the best views of the Western Hemisphere without waiting in line.
At 541 m high, New York’s One World Trade Center has the best panoramic views of the city, making it a popular destination for residents and tourists alike. Lines often snake around the block, so don’t hesitate and buy this skip-the-line ticket.
Once at the top, spend some time enjoying the breathtaking views at this three-story observatory. On the dizzying Sky Portal platform you can even walk above live video projections of the city at your feet. Do you dare?
Take your experience of the skies to a new level with the One World Explorer augmented reality iPad. Pick up one of the tablets provided and take a virtual helicopter tour of the NY skyline or scan the skyline and watch it come to life with dynamic multimedia content – it’s available in 10 languages!