NEW YORK – The observatory on the tallest skyscraper in the Western Hemisphere will reopen after being closed for more than six months due to the pandemic.
The One World Observatory announced Wednesday that it will reopen to the public on Sunday, November 1 and again on Saturday, November 7. The Observatory will resume two-day weekend operations starting Saturday, November 14.
“For many months we have looked forward to the day when we could welcome guests to the One World Observatory,” Delfin Ortiz, General Manager of One World Observatory, said in a statement.
The Observatory will operate at 25 percent of its usual capacity. Ticketing will be timed to minimize queues and offer a smooth and socially distant experience. Visitors are strongly advised to purchase tickets online prior to arrival.
The observatory also highlighted that COVID-19 frontline workers and first responders will receive free entry to the One World Observatory until December 31 if they are accompanied by a paying guest.
The Observatory will also continue its ongoing discount for active and retired members of the U.S. military, as well as its free admission for 9/11 family members and rescue and recovery workers.
The attraction will have adjusted hours of operation –11: 00 am to 7:00 pm beginning the weekend of November 1.
The One World Trade Center is 541.3 m high, completed in 2014 in Lower Manhattan.
For more information on how to book your visit and about the attractions, visit the https://www.oneworldobservatory.com/en-US/