Highest Outdoor Sky Deck in the Western Hemisphere
Edge NYC is home to our newest observation deck and has all kinds of new bells and whistles. Edge showcases a 100th floor outdoor deck that extends 80 feet away from the building, a glass bottom to view the entire city below, an elevator that shoots you sky-high in 60 seconds and an angled glass wall allowing you to feel like you’re hanging over the edge of Manhattan. Edge and the dining experience are scheduled to open March 11, 2020. Edge tickets are included with your New York Sightseeing Pass.
Rising 1,131 feet tall (345 meters) from the heart of Hudson Yards, Edge is designed to take visitors out of their comfort zone to experience New York like never before. Edge is the highest outdoor sky deck in the Western Hemisphere extending out 80 feet from the 100th floor of 30 Hudson Yards.
A 60 second elevator ride brings visitors to Edge’s 7,500 square foot outdoor viewing area revealing new 360-degree vantages of New York City’s iconic skyline, Western New Jersey and New York State spanning up to 80 miles. The sky deck includes a thrilling glass floor and nine-foot tall, boldly angled glass walls enabling visitors to lean out over Manhattan.
The 101st floor features Peak, a signature restaurant, bar, café and event space run by renowned London-based rhubarb hospitality group, offering a one-of-a-kind culinary destination.
Edge Tickets and Reservations
Edge will be open from 8am to 12 midnight, 365 days per year.
Tickets are available for purchase from $36 (Adult), $34 (Senior) and $31 (Child) at edgenyc.com or by visiting the box office located on Level 4 of The Shops & Restaurants at Hudson Yards. Tickets are always discounted online vs live at the site.
Edge will offer discount tickets for New York City residents and active and retired members of the U.S. military from $34 (Adult).
Sightsee from the Sky
Top of the Rock, Empire State Building, One World Observatory or Edge? Which is best and, if we have to choose, which should we visit? There is no easy answer, but here are some facts to help guide your choice.
- Empire State Building - (86 and 102 floors) Best for patient movie and history buffs who need to check it off their bucket list. Recently redone indoor 102nd Floor Observatory
- Top of the Rock - (67-70 floors) Best for sweeping 360° vista views, including of the Empire State Building and Central Park. Shorter lines and cheaper than the ESB.
- One World Observatory - (100-102 floors) Best for homage to the Twin Towers. Modern and high tech, with phenomenal views
- Edge - (100-101 floors) opening March 2020, highest outdoor observation deck, glass bottom floor, deck extends 80 feet away from building (photo)
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