At 310 metres high and excellently located in Downtown Los Angeles, OUE Skyspace is an observation deck within the US Bank Tower, California's tallest building.
US Bank Tower
Built between 1987 and 1990, the US Bank Tower, also known as the Library Tower, is a 310-meter-high, 73-story skyscraper currently owned by Overseas Union Enterprise Ltd (OUE).
The tower has a glass crown that is lit up at night with different colors depending on the date or occasion, changing its appearance to celebrate Christmas, the Chinese New Year, Halloween, Independence Day, Alzheimer's Day, and many other special celebrations.
As one of the most iconic buildings in the city, it's often used in films including Independence Day, Terminator, The Kid, D-War, 2012, and even in some video games, such as the well-known Grand Theft Auto.
OUE Skyspace's main attraction is the panoramic views it offers from its 260-square-meter outdoor terrace, where you can see the city in all its glory right out to where the landscape merges with the Pacific Ocean.
As well as amazing views, it has an interactive area so visitors can enjoy a complete experience with panoramic recordings of different areas and landscapes of the city along with mirrors and projections.
The building used to have a unique attraction that was particularly striking for its visitors; an open-air glass slide that joined the 69th and 70th floors of the tower, where visitors could slide down the side of the building on a mat. It's currently not open to the public.
Sunday to Thursday: 10 am to 9 pm.
Friday to Saturday: 10 am to 10 pm.
Adults: US$ 25
Seniors over 65: US$ 22
Children between 3 and 12 years old: US$ 19
Children under 2 years old: free
Metro: Pershing Square, red and purple lines; 7th Street, purple, blue, red and Expo lines.
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