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Catch Breathtaking Views of NYC from the Top of One World Observatory

A towering symbol of resiliency, the sky-scraping One World Trade Center building in Lower Manhattan stands as the tallest building in the country, continent, and the Western Hemisphere. Also known as the Freedom Tower, One World Trade Center is a bustling hub of business, with offices of all kinds throughout the buildings 104 floors. 
At 1,776 feet tall (1,792 if you count the tip!), One World Trade Center offers some of the best views of Manhattan, New York Harbor, New Jersey, and beyond. Visitors can access the incredible sights from floors 100 to 102 where One World Observatory is located. Along with the views, the observatory offers activities including virtual helicopter rides, the chance to see 100 floors below to street level, and a SkyPod Elevator. Get to the views easily from The Frederick Hotel, located just a five-minute walk from the Freedom Tower. 
Frederickhotel Newyork One World Trade Center and Observatory



  • Daily: 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.


  • Ticket packages start at $34


  • Private Group Events
  • Happy Hours


  • Sightseeing
  • Virtual Reality Experiences
  • Dining
  • Sky Portal
  • SkyPod Elevator Rides
  • Souvenirs & Gift Shop




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