Philadelphia, Pennsylvania : One Liberty Observation Deck offers visitors a chance to see the Philadelphia skyline from a deck 57 stories high. The new attraction is offering special group rates when more than 20 people visit together.
From its location in the heart of the city, the Liberty Observation Deck offers a 360-degree view of the Philly skyline. Its location makes it easily accessible to other major attractions. The deck is open morning, day, and night so the skyline can be viewed by sunlight or starlight.
The enclosed deck offers visitors a sweeping view of the entire region where they can enjoy a top-down look at many of the city’s iconic sites such as the Ben Franklin Bridge, City Hall, University City, and the stadium complex. The deck is also equipped with Philly Interactive Boards with touch screen monitors to allow visitors a closer look at noteworthy sites in the region.
Groups who bring 20 or more individuals will be able to enjoy the view from the top for just $13 each. Children and students who range from four to 17 years of age can participate for a reduced rate of $7.50. Seniors over 65 are only charged $12.50 to enter the attraction. Group gifts and group photos are available if purchased in advance.
Groups are encouraged to make reservations, as the group rate is not guaranteed for walk-in groups. Booking in advance will ensure a special price. The group sales office is opened Monday through Friday from 9 to 5. Visit the Liberty Observation Deck website for more information. Reservations can also be made by contacting Diane Meglino directly via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or when you call 215.845.4160.
About Liberty Observation Deck: The Liberty Observation Deck is found on the 57th floor of Philadelphia’s One Liberty. The skyscraper provides an enclosed deck that allows visitors to view the city from a high altitude while learning more about the city’s history.
Company: Liberty Observation Deck
Address: 1650 Market Street
Zip Code: 19103