One World Observatory NYC Tickets Prices and Discounts

Would you like to see New York from the One World Observatory but don't know what budget you'll need? I'll tell you how much tickets cost and how to get discounts in this article - read on!

Isabel Catalán

Isabel Catalán

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One World Observatory NYC Tickets Prices and Discounts

Detail of One World Trade Center | ©Harpal Singh

Located at One World Trade Center, the One World Observatory is the tallest skyscraper in New York and the country. The views of southern Manhattan from its observation deck will take your breath away, making it one of the must-see places on your trip to the Big Apple.

So,how much do tickets to the One World Observatorycost? Here's everything you need to know about the price so you can better calculate your budget.

How much does a ticket to the One World Observatory cost?

Entrance to One World Observatory| ©Hellotickets
Entrance to One World Observatory| ©Hellotickets

To enjoy the fabulous views of Manhattan and surroundings from the One World Observatory, in the heart of Downtown, the standard ticket price for an adult is about 40 euros in Hellotickets and will give you access to the three floors of the observatory of the One World Observatory from where you will have wonderful views in detail of the skyline of southern Manhattan and panoramic views of the rest of the city:

  • The World Trade Center
  • The Financial District
  • The Brooklyn Bridge
  • The Statue of Liberty
  • Empire State Building

Booking a skip-the-line ticket for the One World Observatory includes skip-the-line access and a cancellation option, which is essential to consider when planning your trip, as it allows you more flexibility when making plans should the unexpected arise.

Alternatively, if you need even more flexibility, you can book the One World Observatory flexi-time ticket for the selected date. This type of ticket also includes priority access to the observatory and Skypod lifts and costs 59 Euros

How much does a combined ticket with other attractions cost?

One way to save time and money is to purchase a One World Observatory ticket in combination with other tourist attractions, such as the National Museum and 9/11 Memorial or a tour of New York.

Compare prices in the table below

  • NYC One World Observatory with Skip-the-Line Tickets
  • From £43
  • Ticket for One World Observatory
  • Skip the line access
  • Book now
  • New York One World Observatory Tickets with Flexible Entry

  • From £60

  • One World Observatory ticket

  • Flexible opening times during the selected date

  • Priority admission and exit to observatory and Skypod lifts

  • One World Explorer - virtual guide

  • 15 voucher to spend on drinks in bars or souvenir shop

  • Book now

  • New York 9/11 National Museum and Memorial Guided Tour with One World Observatory Tickets
  • From £95
  • Timed admission to One World Observatory
  • Guided tour of Ground Zero and the 9/11 Memorial
  • Local guide with a personal connection to the events of 9/11
  • Timed admission to the 9/11 Museum
  • Skip the line access
  • Book now
  • New York Tour with One World Observatory Tickets
  • From £103
  • Admission to One World Observatory
  • Local guide
  • Tour (walking, underground and ferry) of New York City
  • Cost of transportation
  • Admission to 9/11 Museum
  • Book now

Do children pay to enter the One World Observatory? How much does the children's ticket cost?

Visiting inside the One World Observatory| ©Hellotickets
Visiting inside the One World Observatory| ©Hellotickets

If you are travelling to New York with children and you are planning to visit the One World Observatory, you will not need to buy tickets if your children are under 5 years old, as they get in for free. However, if the children are over that age they will need their ticket to access the skyscraper, although the good thing is that for them there are reduced rates.

If you book them in Hellotickets, you can find tickets for children from 38€ and with cancellation option, which is very interesting because when doing activities with children it can happen that there is an unexpected change of plans.

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How can I save on One World Observatory tickets?

Panoramic view of Manhattan at One World Observatory| ©Dimitry Anikin
Panoramic view of Manhattan at One World Observatory| ©Dimitry Anikin

Discounts to visit the One World Observatory are only available to members of the US military, police, fire and emergency medical services. Please note that it is an activity with high demand, so there are not usually discounts or free tickets on a regular basis.

For other visitors there are no discounts as such but do not worry because if you want to save a little on your visit, there are reduced rates for certain age groups such as the case of over 65 years or children between 6 and 12 years.

In Hellotickets you can also buy your tickets at reduced rates for these age groups from 38 € for children and 34 € for older adults but with the advantage that you can cancel them, which is not possible on the website of the One World Observatory.

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How much does it cost to go up to One World Observatory with a tourist card?

Views from One World Observatory| ©Hellotickets
Views from One World Observatory| ©Hellotickets

With the New York Sightseeing Pass (from 127€) you can go up to the One World Observatory on the day and time of your choice to enjoy the spectacular views of New York and you can also benefit from interesting discounts in restaurants and entertainment in the city during your stay.

I recommend it if you want to get the most out of New York during your trip and not miss out on any of the fun. With the New York Sightseeing Pass you can choose between 1 and 10 days of validity to visit a number of tourist attractions and it also has the advantage that it can be cancelled.

Why choose the Sightseeing Pass?

To explore the Big Apple there are several tourist cards, each with its own peculiarities and prices, but the great advantage they all have is that by paying a single "flat rate" you can visit a lot of attractions, which will allow you not only to control your budget (New York is an expensive city!) but also to save time by being able to get in and out of the city.) but also save time by being able to get into the sites either by going queue-free or by going through the fast lane.

In case you want to use one of these tourist passes during your trip to New York but don't know which one to choose, I suggest you take a look at the article The best New York City Tourist Card. It will help you decide for sure!

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How much does it cost to get to the One World Observatory?

Around the One World Observatory| ©Hellotickets
Around the One World Observatory| ©Hellotickets

The quickest and most convenient way to get to the One World Observatory is by public transport, either by underground or bus, with a single ticket costing around 2.5 euros.

However, there is an even cheaper way to get to the skyscraper and that is to walk if you are close to the area. Walking around New York is a joy, there is so much to see!

If you want to know what lines to take or what other means of transport will take you to this impressive observation deck, I recommend reading this post on how to get to One World Observatory.

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How much does it cost to eat at One World Trade Center?

Views of the One World Observatory| ©Hellotickets
Views of the One World Observatory| ©Hellotickets

If after going up to One World Observatory you liked the views so much that you'd like to stay a little longer, you can always take advantage of your visit to eat at One World Observatory's One Dine restaurant, which also has one of the best views in Manhattan.

The menu prices range from approximately 12 to 50 euros. You'll find a varied seasonally inspired menu with exclusive dishes.

However, if you prefer to eat outside the skyscraper and discover other cool places in New York, in the post Where to eat around One World Observatory you will find some proposals near the observation deck (probably cheaper) and Ground Zero.

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