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What People Are Saying About One World Trade Center

Incredible experience, the elevator ride was amazing.

From the moment of walking towards the building you would have a high level of expectation for the tour you are about to take and it does not disapoint, the views are incredible and the whole experience is one which anyone visiting New York will have had a wasted trip if they do not visit.

New York: One World Observatory Entrance Ticket Reviewed by David, 12/12/2016

A wonderful way to get the first overview of NY

Walking with this guided groups through the different quarters of NY was a very good and helping way to do the first steps in this awesome city! It helped me to focus later on on the things I wanted to know better. Thanks for this idea, I will recommend you guys!

It was well worth it to experience the view from the Observation Deck.

The personal touch in the stories of those involved in the design and construction were good and set the tone for the story behind the scenes. Some of it, like the focus wheel, was overkill and too much. Beautiful view of the harbour.

New York: One World Observatory Entrance Ticket Reviewed by a GetYourGuide Customer, 10/23/2016

Easy and we were able to get the time we wanted

One World is well worth it. A great activity while in NYC. I recommend getting tickets before you arrive to avoid crowds and hassles.

Receiving my tickets a head of time was great

I enjoyed the complete view of down town manhattan Brooklyn, New Jersey , and Staten Island.

New York: One World Observatory Entrance Ticket Reviewed by Jerline, 10/14/2016

One World Trade Center Family-friendly
4.7
Based on 690 reviews by GetYourGuide customers