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One World Observatory To Host New York City Holiday Experience Winter ONEderland

One World Observatory – the indoor observatory at the top of One World Trade Center  unveils their second annual Winter ONEderland: A Holiday Experience Above It All on Monday, November 26th from 10AM to Noon.

 

Returning for its second year, the family-friendly experience will be one of the many must-see seasonal attractions at the new World Trade Center.

 

“Winter ONEderland: A Holiday Experience Above It All” will include:

 

  • One World of Wonders – A multi-media experience where guests join Winter ONEderland mascot Ollie the Owl as he takes flight, journeying past the wonders of the world – both ancient and modern;
  • Glacier Cave:  Guests will wander through a magical underground winter grotto ornamented with crystals and icicles;
  • Snowy SkyPod Journey – Visitors will delight in the thrill of snowfall while riding above New York City’s sparkling skyline in the fastest elevators in the Western Hemisphere;
  • Giant Snow Globe – Visitors can marvel at a giant snow globe showcasing New York City’s famous skyline, and enjoy the ultimate social media selfie moment;
  • Santa’s Sleigh – Parents can reserve a time for kids to visit with Santa and ride with him in his sleigh over New York’s roof tops.  Professional photographers will capture this once in a lifetime moment!

 

The experience will run continuously through the holiday season, ending on January 7.

 

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