Experience LA's SkySpace And Slide This Summer

July 28, 2016
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If you want to see Los Angeles like never before while staying in West Hollywood or the surrounding cities, then the all new SkySpace and Slide is just the thing for you. Arriving to LA just this summer, check out the latest thing the city has to offer locals and guests alike. SkySpace is LA’s first open air observation deck. Located at the top of the U.S. bank building in downtown Los Angeles, the observation deck offers incredible views of the city below, especially since the U.S. bank building is the tallest building in Los Angeles. Once you are at the top of the building, you’ll be rewarded with a 360 degree view of the city. The only thing separating you from the open air is a wall of glass - careful not to get too close or you might experience vertigo!

If you want a little more thrills, look no further than the brand new SkySpace Slide. Have you ever wondered what it would be like to ride down a slide that is fixed to the side of a building? Well now is your chance to find out! The all new slide is fixed on the outside of the U.S. Bank building and runs from the 70th floor to the 69th floor. If the slide on the side of a building wasn’t enough, the slide is also made entirely of glass. That’s right, the slide is a glass encasement that guests can ride on for a fee. We promise, you have definitely never seen LA like this before.

Tickets allow for 30 minutes of access to Skyspace LA and the outdoor observation decks that are nearly 1000 feet high! If you are also looking to ride the slide, purchase the SkySlide Combo ticket. This pass allows for admission to the slide and 30 minutes of time spent at the observation deck. Children under the age of 5 are not allowed on the slide. This summer, go to new heights at LA’s SkySpace and Slide! . For pricing and other information, visit www.skyspace-la.com

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