We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The Tripadvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Get the full experience and book a tour
Recommended
Our most popular tours and activities
Admission Tickets
Secure your entry and avoid ticket lines
Tours & Sightseeing
Browse our largest collection of experiences
Sightseeing Tickets & Passes
Bundled tickets and extras for smart savings
Walking & Biking Tours
Explore on your feet—and never miss anything
•••
Browse
Skip the Line: NYC One World Observatory Ticket
US$41.37 per adult
Popular: Booked by 63,502 travellers!
All-Access 9/11: Ground Zero Tour, Memorial and Museum, One World Observatory
US$109.00 per adult
Popular: Booked by 13,380 travellers!
9/11 Memorial, Ground Zero Tour with Optional One World Observatory Ticket
US$35.00 per adult
Popular: Booked by 2,520 travellers!
The New York Sightseeing Flex Pass: Save Big on 100+ Attractions and Tours!
US$69.00 per adult
Popular: Booked by 3,452 travellers!
NYC One World Observatory and 911 Memorial and Museum Admission
US$59.00 per adult
Popular: Booked by 326 travellers!
OPENED: New York City Sky Line & Statue of Liberty Sightseeing Cruise Pier 36
US$19.98 per adult
Popular: Booked by 309 travellers!
Full-Day New York "Must See" Small-Group Tour plus One World Observatory Ticket
US$109.00 per adult
Popular: Booked by 5,462 travellers!
New York City Lights and Skyline Cruise on Yacht
US$78.00 per adult
Popular: Booked by 113 travellers!
See more
Full view
Location
Contact
285 Fulton St One World Trade Center, New York City, NY 10007-0089
Getting there
Chambers StNew York City Subway4 min
Cortlandt StNew York City Subway5 min
Get to know the area
Cultural Tours

New York Catacombs by Candlelight

940 reviews
Perfect for history lovers, this tour of the historical Basilica of St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral in Lower Manhattan invites you into the catacombs, allowing you to see its pipe organ and venture to parts of the building that are normally closed to visitors. Beat the crowds on this tour and enjoy a personal encounter with this New York landmark.
US$37.00 per adult
28,105Reviews238Q&A
Traveller rating
  • 19,758
  • 5,397
  • 1,935
  • 637
  • 378
Traveller type
Time of year
Language
  • More
Selected filters
  • Filter
  • English
Popular mentions
Jerry Zhang wrote a review 25 Jan
2 contributions
First of all, awesome elevator with great speed, almost feel like flying (obviously exaggeration). I love the whole set up when you get to the top, please pick a sunny day, it would be breathtaking. The staffs are friendly and the view is just incomparable, you can ditch emperor states if you want to have better photos.
Read more
Date of experience: January 2021
Helpful
Share
hospkin wrote a review 24 Jan
South Africa9 contributions8 helpful votes
I was privileged to obtain preview tickets through my employer, which allowed us entry before the general public. From the entry through the underground "tunnels" leading you to the incredibly fast video elevator and then the observatory itself, every bit of this tour is no less than amazing and awe-inspiring. Provides a view that's better than the Empire State Building, with no wind because it's enclosed. Looking down from the observatory at the reflecting pool of one of the Twin Towers was my favorite moment, reminding me of how we have risen from the ashes to new heights. Dining at the top includes snacks, drinks or a full meal. Gift shop also. Airport-like security before entering, including scanners and NO liquids, so plan accordingly. We spent a full hour here, but there were no lines. I imagine when it's open to the general public there will be a wait just to get up to the top, so plan a couple hours for your entire tour.
Read more
Date of experience: September 2020
1 Helpful vote
Helpful
Share
Tyler Shookman wrote a review 22 Jan
Burbank, California1 contribution
From the entry through the underground "tunnels" leading you to the incredibly fast video elevator. The elevator ride was amazing. You hardly felt like you were moving at all and were up to the top very quickly. Amazing views of New York city. Had a really great time, but awesome views !
Read more
Date of experience: December 2020
Helpful
Share
James M wrote a review 11 Jan
Port Washington, New York2 contributions
In a Covid world there wasn’t many people. Which made the experience that much better. Truly, is a remarkable place. The weather was perfect and you really can see for 40 miles in all directions. The staff was friendly and the observation deck was clean.
Read more
Date of experience: January 2021
Helpful
Share
Yetanotherroadtrip wrote a review 10 Jan
Ridge, New York80 contributions15 helpful votes
First the good: as observatories go, it was pretty well done. 360 degree views were good, sight lines were clear and the elevator effects were very nice. It’s better than the original observatory at WTC but I still think that Top of the Rock is laid out better. Their observatory claims to take up 3 floors, but the top floor is basically a staging area for the next floor down which has the iPad rental thing available- the 360 degree observatory is on a single floor. Issues: Handicapped friendly? How? Parking is nowhere near adjacent to the site and I use a cane. Drop off is blocked. I was consistently directed to escalators and there was damn few places to sit prior to entering the observatory itself. Yes, I understand the impact of COVID but damn, put out a chair or two. Also, no restrooms until you get past screening. (2) Priority experience. The only way to get a priority elevator is to buy the most expensive package which includes a $15 credit. That’s great but any place to get food or drink in the building is closed. Take $15 off of the admission for that.
Read more
Date of experience: January 2021
Helpful
Share
Previous
Frequently Asked Questions about One World Observatory