One Liberty Observation Deck, Philadelphia

4.5
Observation Deck · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
One Liberty Observation Deck, also called Philly From The Top, was an 883 ft (269 m) high observation deck located on the 57th floor of One Liberty Place in Center City, Philadelphia.
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  • Wow just had some of the greatest views of the city that you could ever imagine. If you get the opportunity to go this is a great place to start then you can map out where you want to visit. Sky...  more »
  • We were in Philly for the Flower Show and we wanted to see the entire city from above. It wasn’t busy at all and you really got some great views. Wish we could have stayed until sunset. We enjoyed...  more »
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  • Amazing! I will give this place 10000 stars. The view is very relaxing it is a nice place where you can come with Your family or your partner. They have board games set in place for you to play. You can just enjoy. The information they have posted around is very interesting and very informative. The picture's that my wife and I took were amazing. The sun set from there is great. If you go you will definitely enjoy. Please go at least once in your life! Great experience! Loved it.... The only thing I would say is that some of the worker's can be a little more observant. No one wants to play a game on the table once someone has their bare feet all over it.
  • After you have visited so many observation deck’s, they all start to look alike. However, in addition to offering a beautiful view of the Philadelphia skyline, This building was unique in that it has a statue of Benjamin Franklin. When you arrive on the ground floor you see a statue of two giant feet with what looks to be clog type shoes from the 1700s. You don’t realize until you get to the top of the deck and see the bust of William Franklin that the shoes belong to him. Unlike the Space Needle or the Tower of the Americas, there is no restaurant. The only food is a vending machine, and there is limited seating if you wanted to sit a while; but, it is still a nice to enjoy the view.

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