Conveniently located in the heart of Center City and walking distance from many hotels, One Liberty Place is home to Philadelphia’s only enclosed observation deck, shopping and dining. The first skyscraper to be built taller than the statue of William Penn on top of City Hall in 1987, the iconic Helmut Jahn-designed One Liberty Place holds a special place in Philadelphia history
Philadelphia’s newest and tallest attraction, One Liberty Observation Deck presents a new view of Philly From The Top – 57 floors up. The best way to start your visit to Philadelphia, the Observation Deck offers panoramic views of the city-scape, interactive technology designed to enhance and expand upon points-of-interest, and artistic installations portraying the story of Philadelphia’s past, present and future. Daily tours are offered at 11 a.m., 12:30, 2, 3:30 & 5 p.m. and give an overview of the remarkable sites you’re seeing from above.
DNC Press and Delegates receive free admission to the Observation Deck with their credentials and the coupon they will receive in their gift bags provided by the DNC. (*Must present coupon AND credential. One (1) free admission per coupon. Expires July 31, 2016.) Volunteers are welcome to enjoy a $5 discount on general admission or a Sun & Stars ticket that allows two visits in 48 hours with their credentials.
When: Open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily
Where: 1650 Market Street
Cost: $14 for youth (ages 3 – 11) and $19 for adults
Attached to the Westin Hotel with an underground parking garage, The Shops at Liberty Place is a convenient location to grab a quick bite and pick up some essentials. The two-level enclosed retail mall includes unique-to-the-market shops such as Bloomingdale’s, The Outlet Store, J. Crew, LOFT and Jos. A. Bank, plus timeless favorites such as Express, Bath & Body Works and Victoria’s Secret.
A Food Court within the Shops provides quick service dining options from national chains like Subway and Chipotle to local outposts of Café Spice serving authentic fresh Indian cuisine and Hai Street Kitchen & Co. the home of the Japanese burrito. Sit down dining is available at Ruby Tuesday Restaurant and sweet treats from Godiva Chocolatier.
When: 9:30 a.m. – 7 p.m. Mon – Sat and Noon – 6 p.m. on Sunday
Where: 1625 Chestnut Street
This post was authored by One Liberty Observation Deck. At 57 floors up, enjoy 360° views, 365 days a year, morning noon & night! Open every day 10 a.m. – 10 p.m., One Liberty Observation Deck is owned and operated by Montparnasse 56, the group behind observation decks in Paris, Berlin and Chicago.