USA June 01, 2019
5 Observation Decks Around The U.S. That Will Dazzle You With Unbeatable Views
If you’ve ever been jealous that you can’t achieve a bird’s eye view, then heading to some of America’s observation decks may just help to fill that void. Taking you high into the sky, this list features everything from cityscapes to views of the mountains. Ready to enjoy these never-ending views? Well, so are we!
1. Clingman's Dome Tower - Tennessee
Talk about scenic beauty! The Clingman's Dome Tower in Great Smoky Mountains National Park is one of the most breathtaking observation decks that you'll ever visit in the U.S.. A half-mile hike will lead you to the observation tower, which stands at 54 feet tall and gives you panoramic views of the mountains. To find out more,
2. The Skydeck - Illinois
A must-see when you're visiting Chicago, The Skydeck is the highest observatory in the Western Hemisphere! A glass balcony that extends four feet out above the city, The Skydeck puts you over 1,300 feet above Chicago. Open every day of the year, you can visit this observatory in the famous Willis Tower. To find out more,
3. Grand Canyon Skywalk - Arizona
As if visiting the Grand Canyon wasn't epic enough, now you can take your adventure to a whole new level by exploring the Skywalk. Taking you 4,000 feet above the Grand Canyon, the Skywalk opened up in 2007 and has been a popular destination ever since. With a see-through, horseshoe-shaped walkway, this observation deck will put your bravery to the ultimate test! To find out more,
4. Top of the Rock - New York
Head to the top of Rockefeller Center and you'll have incredible views of America's biggest city. Overlooking New York, The Top of the Rock observation deck is one of the most popular places to go when people are visiting the Big Apple. Wheelchair-accessible and available for visitors to stay as long as they like (as long as it's during visiting hours), this is one observation deck that has a lot to offer. To find out more,
5. Space Needle - Washington
Recently receiving quite the makeover, Washington's Space Needle in Seattle is now more exciting than ever to visit. Visitors of the Space Needle can now lean onto tilted glass walls to test their bravery and can enjoy a rotating glass floor at the wine bar. A dreamy observation deck that will take you over 500 feet above Seattle, this is one place that belongs on your West Coast bucket list. To find out more,
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