OUE Skyspace LA Admission in Los Angeles, CA

633 W Fifth StreetLos Angeles, CA 90071
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Overview

Look out over Los Angeles’ in California’s tallest open-air observation deck for unparalleled views of the city. This unobstructed, 360-degree view of the city is unlike any other and offers its fair share of thrills and interactive exhibits for guests to engage with. If you dare, experience the world’s first Skyslide and go from the 70th floor to the 69th floor — while outside of the building!

Good To Know

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  • Bring your camera for a one-of-a-kind view of the Los Angeles skyline and cityscape.
  • Grab-and-go food and beverage items are available for purchase inside the building.
  • OUE Skyspace Observation Deck is open rain or shine.
  • Parking is available for a fee at 524 S. Flower Street, Los Angeles, CA 90071.

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Description

from OUE Skyspace Observation Deck
Special Dates / Admission Times:

November 3rd – Last ticket sold at 4:30PM; OUE will be closed for a private event starting at 6pm
12/6 - attraction open to guests before 5pm. OUE will be closed for private event from 5pm-10pm
12/15 - last admission is 1:30pm; OUE will be closed for a private event starting at 2:30pm

OUE Skyspace LA, located in the iconic US Bank Tower, is California’s “must-see” attraction. Featuring entertainment and excitement for all ages, the Skyspace experience is nearly 1,000 feet above Downtown Los Angeles and offers an unobstructed, 360-view of the city. Two open-air observation terraces allow guests to get a greater view of the scenic landscapes from the San Gabriel Mountains, the Pacific Ocean, and everything in between.

During your Skyspace experience, you can look forward to:

• California’s tallest open air observation terrace
• Engaging interactive technology
• Unobstructed 360-degree views, nearly 1,000 feet above Downtown Los Angeles
• The world’s first ever Skyslide - glide from the 70th to the 69th floor of the US Bank Tower for unparalleled views of the city from outside the building.

OUE Skyspace LA doubles as a dynamic event space, customizable for any occasion and parties of 10 or larger.

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Jamie H
"Fun Activity..."
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed January 14, 2018 NEW
This review is really for this awesome service we received from Dori in the gift shop! The View from the top is spectacular and they have some really cool things to walk through that make it more than just about sliding down the slide. The slide itself is not scary, it happens so fast that you barely have time to look down, but it's a cool thing to be able to say you did. Anyway, at the gift shop: before helping us, Dori was helping another gentleman with directions. She was like a mini tour guide telling him where everything was. And then we were looking for a magnet but they have mostly LA tourist stuff, we're from LA so we wanted something from OUE skyspace. Anyway we went out of her way to try and get us the last display, which I guess they weren't selling but the manager ended up giving to us as a gift with purchase! Needless to say it made us feel really special and I am just grateful for the kindness.
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Don H
Kirkland, Washington
"Nice view"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed January 13, 2018 NEW
We did this observation deck because it was there... Having done many other in different cities... The viewing area was good and the attendant very helpful.
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Selina C
Winkhill, United Kingdom
"Fantastic views from a sleek, peaceful spot towering above LA"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed January 12, 2018 NEW
Although this place isn't cheap to visit (as you have the entrance fee, additional Skyslide option, optional photographs, possible splurge in the gift shop and expensive refreshments at the top) but it's worth it for the views and pics, and just being on what is now the second tallest building in LA (thanks to the Wilshire Grand Center topping it by a few dozen feet!). We visited on a nice sunny day mid-week in September and so there were no lines to get in and once we reached the top visibility was pretty good. It was warm, not crowded and beautiful to sit on the sofas outside sipping on a nice cold soft drink (and staying slightly away from the edge as i'm not great with heights too close!!) My hubby went on the Skyslide (as he is either braver or crazier then I am!) which was extra and pretty quickly over with, but certainly something you don't get to do everyday! Oh and don't make the same mistake we did, as we initially walked into the main banking building which looked like the entrance - go past that and up the steps to the actual Skyspace entrance!
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Angie T
Peterborough, United Kingdom
"Worth your time"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed January 08, 2018 NEW
This place have amazing view that you can enjoy coffee or drinks that sell there and sit down,also the wings are cool for pictures.
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ScottLB
Los Angeles, California
"Nice view but not much else"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed January 04, 2018 NEW
You get a really nice view of Los Angeles from the rooftop, with its glass walls and telescope, plus a one-floor glass slide. There's some interesting trivia about Los Angeles on the floor leading up to the elevators that take people who paid at least $25 (on-line, prices are higher for walk-ins) to the top. But after a few minutes, the experience gets old and one is left wondering if the money would have been better spent in a nearby bar or in other restaurants that are in the neighborhood.
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Frequently Asked Questions about OUE Skyspace Observation Deck

Where is OUE Skyspace Observation Deck located?
OUE Skyspace LA is located on floors 69 and 70 of the iconic U.S. Bank Tower, nearly 1,000 feet above downtown Los Angeles. The address for the U.S. Bank Tower is 633 West 5th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90071.

Is parking offered?
We recommend parking at Westlawn Parking Garage, directly across the street from the U.S. Bank Tower at 524 S. Flower Street, Los Angeles, CA 90071. The cross street is 5th and Flower. Parking is available at the following costs:

  • $8 for up to 3 hours on weekdays (8:00 am – 4:00 pm)
  • $8 after 4:00 pm on weekdays (until 8:00 am the next day)
  • $8 on the weekends
  • *With validation provided at Guest Services

How many stories/feet high is the OUE Skyspace Observation deck?
The OUE Skyspace LA observation deck is located on floors 69 and 70 of the iconic U.S. Bank Tower, nearly 1,000 feet above downtown Los Angeles.

Is this a family-friendly attraction? Are age restrictions in place?
OUE Skyspace is the ideal family-friendly attraction, suited for all ages. Children and adults of all ages are welcome to visit the observation deck. However, there is an age restriction of 5 years old to ride the Skyslide. Minors under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a ticketed parent or guardian during their visit.

What are the hours of operation?
The operating hours for the OUE Skyspace LA observation deck are:

  • Sunday through Thursday: Opens at 10:00 am; last ticket sold at 9:00 pm.
  • Friday and Saturday: Opens at 10:00 am; last ticket sold at 10:00 pm.

Hours are subject to change.

Are food and beverages available for purchase at the observation deck?
Grab-and-go items, including sandwiches and wraps, along with assorted packaged snacks and bottled/canned beverages are available for purchase at the observation levels. No food or beverage is allowed on the outdoor terrace.

What happens in the case of severe weather?
OUE Skyspace LA is open daily, rain or shine. In the event of severe weather systems, Skyslide and the outdoor observation decks may be closed briefly in the interest of guest and associate safety.

What can’t I bring into Skyspace?
Luggage, markers, tripods, outside food and beverages, tools, pocket knives, lighters, pepper-spray/mace, commercial camera or audio recording equipment and emotional support animals/pets. Strollers are permitted in the attraction, however, we ask that you remove the child and collapse the stroller while in the attraction’s elevators.

What if I just want to ride the Skyslide?
All guests must purchase a ticket to access OUE Skyspace LA. Once inside the attraction, you may purchase as many Skyslide passes as you wish.

What is the Skyslide made out of?
The Skyslide is made entirely of clear glass, 1 ¼ inches thick, and extends forty-five feet long, from the 70th floor to the 69th floor of the U.S. Bank Tower. The entrance to the Skyslide is approximately four feet wide.

What are the health restrictions for riding the Skyslide?
Guests who are pregnant, think they might be pregnant, have any history of high blood pressure, heart conditions, back/neck/bone injuries or recent surgery or illness are discouraged from riding and do so at their own risk.

Can I ride the Skyslide with a friend?
Only an adult and children between the ages of 5-10 years of age may ride the Skyslide tandem style.

Can I bring my personal belongings on the Skyslide?
It is highly recommended that personal belongings be left with a non-rider. Riders must have both hands free during their ride. Small items may be placed in the lap of the rider. Larger items may be placed in small bags that the rider can wear as a backpack during their ride, which must be returned to the Slide Ambassador at the bottom of the slide. Please keep in mind, Skyspace LA is not responsible for lost, stolen or damaged personal property, including items transported in this manner.

Is the Skyslide air conditioned? 
Yes.

How do I ride down the Skyslide?
All guests ride down the slide on specially-created mats that will increase the speed and thrill-factor of the ride while also providing a barrier to the glass.

Can guests in wheelchairs ride the Skyslide?
Yes. The Skyslide has been designed to accommodate guests in wheelchairs. Lift equipment has been installed to assist guests in transferring from the Skyslide back onto wheelchairs.