Sneak Peek: Check Out This Incredible View From Atop One World Trade Center

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The wait is over... soon.

New York's highly anticipated One World Observatory will finally open its' doors to the public on May 29th.

The One World Observatory, located on the 100th, 101st, and 102nd floors of the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere-- One World Trade Center-- is definitely worth the wait.

The incredible space is expected to be the city's hottest tourist attraction yet; with panoramic views, ultra-fast Sky Pods (elevators), a high-tech "See Forever Theatre," three restaurants brought to you by the best of NYC's restaurateurs, a 9,300-square-foot event space, and of course: the observatory itself.

Can't wait until May 29th to see it with your own eyes? Get a sneak peek in this amazing video below.


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[Feature Image Courtesy: OneWorldObservatory.com]

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