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Tickets overview

  • Edge at Hudson Yards tickets let you be a part of the iconic Manhattan skyline, at 1,100 feet up

  • Dive into the stories and soul of New York City in an awesome multimedia experience

  • See the city in all its glory with 360° views from the West Side of Manhattan

  • Brave the outdoor observation deck suspended on a skyscraper, stretching out 80 feet into thin air!

If, like good ol' Frank Sinatra, you see the New York skyline and want to be a part of it, buying Edge at Hudson Yards tickets is the place to start.

Edge at Hudson Yards tickets include:

  • The indoor observation deck, outdoor sky deck, glass floor platform, angled glass walls, skyline steps, and Eastern Point.

You'll also get a free digital souvenir photo to immortalize your sky-scraping escapades!

Feeling intrepid?

You can also combine your visit with tickets for the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, for the ultimate New York harbor experience.

  • To ensure everyone's maximum safety and comfort, there is a reduced number of guests that can visit Edge each day. This helps to maximize the size of everyone's personal bubble

  • Tickets operate with an attached timeslot and must be booked in advance

  • Touch-less elevators will be operating at reduced capacities to maintain social distancing guidelines. You’ll travel to the 100th floor in just 52 seconds!

  • The Edge at Hudson accepts all methods of payment but encourages guests to opt for contactless payment options, such as mobile wallets where possible

  • In accordance with New York's official laws and public health guidelines, fully vaccinated visitors are no longer required to wear face coverings while visiting the venue

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Shaun,  United Kingdom United Kingdom
03 Jun 2023
If we had more time I think we would have paid for this again! Amazing experience and worth every penny.
We did Empire State on a night and Edge through the day. Totally different experiences and...
If we had more time I think we would have paid for this again! Amazing experience and worth every penny.
We did Empire State on a night and Edge through the day. Totally different experiences and would recommend you do both if you have time!
Edge at Hudson Yards: General Admission
Jennifer,  United States United States
28 Mar 2023
It was so Exhilarating!!! AMAZING!!! I live in the city but love being a tourist and seeing the beautiful views it has to offer! Loving on “the edge” for sure :)
Edge at Hudson Yards: General Admission
Stephen ,  United Kingdom United Kingdom
24 Mar 2023
Very straight forward mobile tickets to use and the option to change or cancel upto a minute beforehand is great as we needed to move the time
Edge at Hudson Yards: General Admission

About: Edge at Hudson Yards

Edge at Hudson Yards is a 1,100-foot-high observation deck located in Hudson Yards, New York. The skyscraper boasts the highest outdoor observation deck in the Western Hemisphere, with a modern and unique design. It is roughly a one-minute walk from Vessel.

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Thursday 10:00 - 22:00
Edge at Hudson Yards
30 Hudson Yards, 10001, New York
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