Sky View Observatory
AED د.إ80 / Person
Sky View Observatory
The Observatory, which is housed on floors 52 and 53 of the double Address Sky View Hotel, provides both locals and guests with an unparalleled experience.
Take an exciting journey in the panoramic glass elevator to a height of more than 219.5 meters. Walk on the 25-meter glass floor to take in breathtaking views of the city's stunning cityscape and the sparkling seashore.
Sky Views Observatory is more than just another observation deck; it's an exhilarating, one-of-a-kind attraction that must not be missed and the starting point for three extreme activities. The Sky View Observatory, which provides stunning city panoramas from its 73rd-floor observation deck, is one of Dubai's most popular tourist attractions.
Visitors to the Sky View Observatory may take in the 360-degree panoramic views of the Dubai cityscape and the nearby mountains before riding the glass slide for an adrenaline-pumping plummet. The three heart-pounding activities at Sky Views Dubai may be purchased as tickets. Contact us for booking.
Visit the Sky Views Observatory, ride the Sky Glass Slide, and wander along the Sky Edge Walk. The Address Sky View twin 50-story elliptical dual towers rising from a curvilinear base are connected at their apex by the futuristically designed Sky Views Observatory, which is located adjacent to Downtown Dubai and across from the Burj Khalifa. (with corresponding total heights of 237.45m and 260.85m).
The Glass Slide is included in the ticket & Edge walk is not included.
30 kg to 120 kg must be the maximum weight. The height restriction must be between 135 cm and 200 cm. Age restrictions range from 12 to 65 years old. Those who are younger than 18 must also physically present their parents' consent.
Are you itching for more information? Correct your access to absorb the Edge Walk's never-ending fascination. That is accurate; it is just what it appears to be. Stroll 219.5 meters around the earth without holding anything in your hands. Before you go, stop by one of the observatory's several cafeterias to refuel.