Der U.S. Bank Tower ist ein 73-stöckiger Wolkenkratzer in Los Angeles.
Michelle Morgan | Feb. 4, 2018
A must go, even if you're afraid of heights. The views are stunning and if you go when they open a Sunday, it's not crowded whatsoever. They have indoor and outdoor seating. Of course the infamous slide which I'm too chicken to attempt. And a refreshment station inside that serves beverages and ice creams. Parking is at the library for $8 (at least when we went). A great way to spend a few hours of your weekend.
Coral Margarida | Feb. 22, 2018
Very freaking cool. Hands down best views of Downtown Los Angeles. This is what birds must see the world as! Watching traffic go by is pretty impressive. You can see all the way to The Valley... The stand stills on the 10 and the 405 freeways are soo ridiculously long! Also the glass slide even tho it lasts like 3 seconds had me terrified... but was really really fun. Would bring All of my out of town visitors here.
Amazing Views | Feb. 26, 2018
If there is one thing about amazing views, it's getting to watch the sunset from the tallest building in the west! OUE Skyspace LA is truly a great venue, tourist attraction, and place for people to see most of Los Angeles. I would call it the most breath-taking roof-top in Los Angeles. When I'm looking down from OUE Skyspace, I'm thinking, "wow, I was just there like 2 days ago," or, "wow I didn't know there was a parking lot next to that place." Or, "wow that's a lot of traffic."
Annette Ruiz | Jan. 23, 2018
I am glad to have this in LA. A lot of other major cities have a city overlook so I am glad LA now offers the same thing. I went up just for the view, I did not purchase the slide. The view is very nice, I went up at 4pm to be able to get a glimpse of LA during sunset. The lounge area is also nice, they have a lot of chairs and sofas. They also have screen that give visitors a brief history lesson. We stayed there for a while waiting on the sun to go down. Once it started getting a tad bit darker the buildings started lighting up so that was also a nice view. If you live in LA county or SoCal you get a discount by entering your zip code on the website when purchasing your tickets.
Sara McLaren | Feb. 28, 2018
Make sure you have good weather for a clear view. The price is a little high, but it's still fun to see. The slide is very small, but still thrilling being up so high and seeing the ground so far below you. Good for locals and tourists alike.
Alec Durkheimer | März 17, 2018
This is a very touristy but fun place to check out. On your way up there’s a few touristy ‘fun facts’ stations with info about LA, a place to get your photo taken, and some interactive features like looking down an old elevator shaft that’s coated by lights and mirrors (see pictures). After the touristy museum section you take another elevator up to the sky space. I’d start off with the slide which takes you down one floor into the viewing deck. The slide is quick and gives a good view but it’s over in about two seconds. I recommend using the interactive features on the walls that are located inside. You can learn a lot about different areas of LA. It’s overall a little pricey and designed for tourists, but it is a cool view and good way to learn about LA. I recommend trying it once for the novelty of it if you’re into that kind of thing.
Stephen O | Apr. 2, 2018
It's really worth going to if you want to see LA in a way most people will never see. Lots of people taking pictures and a line that grows and shrinks to the take pictures by the wings. But other areas are easier. It's really a once in a lifetime opportunity to view the city. It's worth the price.
Marisol Fernandez | März 24, 2018
I love this observation deck! I've been to plenty of large city observation decks and this is probably my favorite one. It is sort of designed as a hang out spot with plenty of comfortable seating. The glass slide was a bit short but definitely thrilling. I would highly recommend visiting the observation deck and trying out the slide as well
Kimberly Giardina | März 17, 2018
We loved it! It is a little bit pricey but they give the kids a wrist band to ride the slide an unlimited number of times. Our son had a blast! And we got to enjoy great views of the city.
Kacper Jarecki | Apr. 20, 2018
Great 360 degree views, and the slide was so much fun! I actually recommend going first thing when it opens in the morning because there are no lines what-so-ever and you have the whole place to yourself. Don't be nervous about the slide, it's over in a second. Just go slow and take in the view! Great place to go with friends and take photos together. Worth seeing at least once. If you buy tickets online, you also save a lot of money.
Trevor Richards | Apr. 25, 2018
Went in the later morning and despite smog still being present, had a really fun time. It wasn't crowded at all. Very clean area with lots of open seating that you can enjoy a drink and look out at the city below. Then, we went outside on the deck and that was fun too. Didn't do the slide since it didn't seem worth it for the $$, but access to the place was definitely worth it. Your pass also goes to a small museum inside before walking out to the view area too, which was pretty cool. Staff was very friendly.. would definitely do again.
Pat Brown | Apr. 28, 2018
Incredible view of the city. I'd love to see it at sunset and on a really clear winter day. I'm sure you can see both the mountains and the ocean in one view. They do try to rip off visitors with the photo prices but otherwise a nice way to see how awesome LA is.
Kirsten Ortega | Mai 19, 2018
I surprised my boyfriend on Valentine's Day and bought the Valentine's Day Couples Package. This package came with two general admission tickets, two slide passes, access to all four floors and two observation decks, a free photo print out, and chocolate covered strawberries. Some of the floors had interactive technological art exhibits that represent the beauty of the city of Los Angeles. The whole experience was great. We got to use a photo booth with Valentine's Day themed props which was very fun. You don't even have to worry about filming or having your picture taken as you go down the slide because they take photos for you. The slide was a very quick one story slope down the side of the building. I just wish I could've paid attention to my surroundings in the slide rather than hitting the side of the slide. But it was still very fun. We found the Hollywood Sign and the Griffith Observatory with binoculars on the viewing terraces. We stuck around for the sunset as well. It was a great night because there was very little cloud coverage and the sunset was beautiful. I am very glad I experienced this attraction and would recommend it to anyone who can deal with heights.
Blockchain Enthusiast | Mai 14, 2018
Cool place to check out when in LA. Search for any specials to avoid paying full price as they are usually up to 50% off. We had no queues when we visited and went straight up. The first lift takes you to level 58 where you find some information and videos about LA. You then get to the second elevator and end up on level 72. This is where the viewing decks are. You also get a chance to ride the short slide on the outside of the building but it’s a very short ride and you don’t actually see all that much as you’re sitting on a mat which blocks the view all the way down to the ground. Not sure it’s worth the extra money but we did it anyway. There’s a cafe up there as well if you get hungry. They sell different kind of tickets, some allowing you to get up there more than once on the same day if you want to take in both the the daylight and night views. Now you could drive up to the observatory and get a great view there instead but if you’re down town then this is well worth the money especially if you can score the tickets cheaper online. Tickets do not give you the right to go up on a particular time. If it’s busy then you may be given a specific time slot instead but we had no such problems.
jade buffell | Juni 10, 2018
Views are amazing... slide was fun... employees were incredibly nice and helpful. Worth checking out, but for me it's a one and done unless they add something else to their set up
Cynthia Hua | Juli 16, 2018
Bought the tickets for the Sun+Stars Experience cause it really is worth the price in the end. You get to enter twice at anytime that you prefer on the day that you bought the tickets for. And the slide is also included in this ticket as well, which is a huge plus! The staff are super nice and let you know on what's going on. I had left my sunglasses as security when going up at first and thought I had lost them forever. But I was able to check with them back at the front to get them back, which is awesome! The experience of seeing LA both in the daytime and nighttime is so beautiful.
Jayson Hoffer | Juni 29, 2018
It has some pretty incredible views, the service was good, but it's extremely expensive. Very knowledgeable about the area. Good place for a corporate event. In order to get up to the top you have to go through metal detector. The illusion of security was funny.
Miri Olive | Juli 9, 2018
The views of the city are 👍! I am definitely going back again. But sorry I can't say the same thing about the glass slide 👎! It's too short. It doesn't even give you time to feel the adrenaline. Paying $8 for two seconds on the slide... Not worthy!!! I really don't recommend the slide to anyone. Save your money please!!!
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