One World Observatory is positioned on top of the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere on levels 100, 101, and 102 of the One World Trade Center building. • Provides panoramic views of New York City from above 1,250 feet. • On a clear day, visitors are able to see up to 50 miles away – the distance to Princeton, NJ. • One World Observatory is located at One World Trade Center, New York, New York 10007. The entrance to the Observatory is located on the West Plaza alongside West Street at the Northwest corner of the World Trade Center site near the intersection of West and Vesey Streets. • Experience Global Welcome Center • A large video board features salutations in ten different languages. • A dynamically generated world map highlights the hometowns of incoming visitors using geo-positional data relayed in real time from ticket scans. • 88 Countries and all 50 U.S. states are displayed. Voices • Tells the personal stories of the men and women who built One World Trade Center. • Nearly 25 hours of interviews, with forty-eight people, were used to get to the fourteen minute running time of the show. • The main video wall is made up of 144 individual monitors. Foundations • Displays facts about the very bedrock on which the building stands.