^ A bit old but eh
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Some thoughts from mrnyc on ssp:
i haven’t been in all the newer observatories, i’ll get to them! but so far i still like top of the rock best.
then there is a whole other level of these types of views via rooftop bars and the like.
i went to all of those i could over a summer a few yrs ago, that was a pretty fun casual type project.
some are better than others of course, but all are nice if you ignore or pass on the oftentimes crazy drinks prices at some of them.
i really could not pick a fav, but a few examples are:
skylark in midtown
empire hotel on uws
top of the beekman for eastside (now called ophelia i think)
gansevoort hotel or public hotel downtown
sheraton kimoto roof bar in downtown brooklyn
and non-bar/hotel rooftops like the new museum and the met rooftop –
of course there are many more to discover and check out!
Okay a list of observation decks. I may add the heights and other details later
If you know any that aren’t on this list/ just have suggestions please tell me.
One World Observatory - 386.5 meters (1,268 feet) - FL 102
Empire State Observation deck - 381 meters (1,250 feet) - FL 102
The Edge - 335.38 meters (1,100-foot-tall) - FL 101
Summit One Vanderbilt
Top of the Rock (planned to undergo major renovations) - 260 meters (850 ft) - FL 70
The future Chrysler Observation deck
The future One Times Square Observation deck
Should Tower Fifth be built, the Tower Fifth Observation deck
Updated May 14
Couldn’t find a thread for rcmh, so here it is.