Sneak Peek: One Liberty Observation Deck in Philadelphia

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New York has the Empire State Building. Chicago has the Sears Tower. Seattle has the Space Needle. Now Philadelphia has joined the 360° view club with the introduction of One Liberty Observation Deck.

Located inside One Liberty Place — 57 floors up to be exact — the very first full-scale observation deck in Philadelphia is scheduled to open to the public this Saturday, November 28th. From 883 feet, guests will be treated to breathtaking 360 degree views of many of the city’s most iconic attractions — City Hall, the Ben Franklin Parkway, the Ben Franklin Bridge, the stadium complex, University City, and the rest of the Philadelphia area.

The Details

  • Located at 1650 Market Street, Philadelphia
  • Admission: Adult $19 | Youth (3-11) $14
  • Hours: 10am to 10pm
  • Open 365 days a year

Thanks to an invite from Visit Philly and Philly From The Top, I had the opportunity for an advanced look at the brand new observation deck and stunning views that are sure to be a hit with Philadelphians and visitors for years to come!

The Real Philly - Observation Deck

Ben Franklin Feet - One Liberty Observation Deck


One Liberty Observation Deck View

Philly From The Top - One Liberty Observation Deck

Ben Franklin - One Liberty Observation Deck in Philadelphia

One Liberty Observation Deck, Philadelphia

Philly From The Top View

Ben Franklin, One Liberty Observation Deck

One Liberty Observation Deck