Earlier this week I had a chance to check out the Liberty One Observation Deck during the day arriving at 4PM, and stayed through sunset til darkness.
One Liberty Observation Deck, Philly From The Top, located in the heart of Center City, is Philadelphia’s tallest enclosed observation deck. At 883 feet up, enjoy 360° views, 365 days a year, morning noon & night! Located within walking distance to other major attractions and just steps away from public transportation, get a top-down look at iconic sights, breathtaking views and discover the music, sports & culture that is the City of Brotherly Love.
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. For more information, visit PhillyFromTheTop.com or call 215.561.DECK (3325)
Address: 1650 Market St #5700, Philadelphia, PA 19103
On a clear day you can see forever, but all I really care about is seeing how the City is laid out. The building to the right, shaped like a U is the new Whole Foods/Rodin Museum Apartments. It’s nearly done. Very exciting. It really fits in nicely with the buildings that have been established there already. Next to it is an apartment building, The Parkway, then there a bunch of houses, then my building – The Philadelphian (condos), then the Pearlman Center of the Phila Museum of Art, then 2601 Parkway which is another condominium, to the far right you can see City View Condos, in the foreground is the current Whole Foods, which will soon be a Target.
CBS3 to the North.
Family Fun For Four
Give your family a bird’s eye view now through February 29, 2016. Two adult (ages 12+) and two youth (ages 3-11) tickets for $49. A savings of $17. Only available for purchase at the ticketing desk.
Coming soon CityPASS! On March 1, 2016, One Liberty Observation Deck will be added to the attractions offered on the Philadelphia CityPASS. More details to be announced.
The Center City District (CCD) and Friends of the Rail Park are proud to announce that The Bacon Brothers, Philadelphia natives Michael and Kevin Bacon, will play a special benefit concert to support Phase I of the Viaduct Rail Park on February 4, 2016 at Union Transfer.
The concert will support the construction of Phase I of the Viaduct
Rail Park, a CCD-managed project, carried out in partnership with the
City of Philadelphia and Friends of the Rail Park.
In the photo above the Rail Yard can be seen behind Goldtex Apartments (center)
There are a few observations seats, bathrooms, a candy machine as well as a drink machine. In the lobby there’s a gift shop.
The new FMC building on the left, adds to the skyline being lit in blue