NEW YORK (WITI) -- It won't be long now and people from all over the world will soon be able to check out the view from an observation deck at One World Trade Center in New York City.
One World Observatory, as it was announced on Tuesday, October 28th, is poised to open in Spring 2015. Positioned on top of the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, One World Observatory will provide unique, panoramic views of New York City from three floors (100, 101 & 102) from above 1,250 feet. The guest experience will include exhibits and dining options, including a sit-down restaurant.
Admission tickets to One World Observatory will go on-sale in early 2015, at a future date to be determined. Price of admission will vary. Guest admission for adults ages 13-64 will be $32. Guest admission for children ages 6-12 will be $26, and guest admissions for seniors ages 65+ will be $30. Guests 5 and under will be admitted at no charge but must have a ticket to enter.
The Observatory will offer complimentary admission tickets to 9/11 family members as well as 9/11 rescue and recovery workers. Special discounts will be offered to active and retired members of the U.S. military. Complete details of these and other admission programs will be released at a later date.