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The best observation decks in New York with a 360° panorama


Alina Prikhodko

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New York is beautiful no matter how you look at it, but most exciting and amazing views from a bird's eye view. The city has many observation decks that provide a full 360-degree view of New York. Secret nyc made a selection of the best observation platforms in the city.


Highest open observation deck in the Western Hemisphere - EDGE in Hudson Yards. This 345 meter tall wonder extends 24 meters beyond the building and offers truly unique, unfettered views.

In the same Hudson Yards building is the Peak restaurant, which is technically higher than EDGE, so the views may be much better from there. The expansive bar offers views of the entire city, which is especially beautiful at sunset and when the buildings are illuminated at night. And don't forget: after 22:30 it turns into a bar.

Address: 30 Hudson Yards, West Side

2. Empire State Building Observation Deck

Empire State Building, perhaps, marked the beginning of the idea of ​​360-degree views. The location was opened in 1931, and at one time this building was the tallest in the world. Head to the legendary observation deck on the 86th floor, where many films and TV shows have been filmed, to see the entire viewing angle. The open-air observatory wraps completely around the building's spire.

Address: 20 W 34th Street

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3. SUMMIT One Vanderbilt

SUMMIT is New York's newest observatory and boasts many unique features as well as stunning views. There are completely transparent glass Levitation boxes that will allow you to “go out” into the city. The all-glass Ascent elevators, which take you 110 meters up the slope of the building, as well as the main mirror art platform Air, will also surprise you.

Address: 45 E 42nd Street

4. One World Trade Observatory

One World Observatory offers one-of-a-kind views of downtown, including Brooklyn and the East River, and the opportunity to sit atop the iconic One World Trade Center (aka Freedom Tower). This observation deck is entirely indoors with panoramic floor-to-ceiling glass windows, making it ideal for any time of year - in fact, it is the highest point in the city.

Address: 117 West Street

5. Top of the Rock Observation Deck

Located atop the iconic 30 Rockefeller Center, this iconic observatory spans three floors of both indoor and outdoor observation decks. The various terraces face east, west, north and south, providing ideal panoramic views. Recently opened here The Beam is an immersive experience that allows guests to recreate the famous 1932 photograph “Lunch on Top of a Skyscraper.”

Address: 30 Rockefeller Plaza

6. Crown of the Statue of Liberty

See the New York skyline through your eyes Lady Liberty - one of the most famous statues in the world. Taking the ferry to Liberty Island, you can climb 162 steps to its top. It's important to note that this walk is quite strenuous and there are no elevators to the crown of the Statue of Liberty.

To make the most of your visit, keep in mind: the number of Crown tickets per day is limited and must be reserved (and they book up quickly). Therefore, if you plan to climb to the top of the statue, be sure to book your tickets at least a month in advance.

Address: Liberty Island

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