Summit One Vanderbilt with Empire State Building Tickets

As a visitor to New York City, prioritize the Empire State Building and SUMMIT One Vanderbilt for an unforgettable experience.

You can visit two of the top observatory decks with just one ticket. 

Immerse yourself in the best of New York City with combined tickets to the Summit One Vanderbilt and the Empire State Building. 

Explore two iconic attractions in one convenient package.

Take advantage of Summit One Vanderbilt’s historic vantage perch and the unrivaled views provided by the Main Deck of the Empire State Building.

This Summit one Vanderbilt and Empire State Building combo ticket includes

  • Access to Summit One Vanderbilt’s four floors 
  • Air, reflection, and levitation
  • Entrance to the Empire State Building
  • 86th-floor observation deck entrance 
  • Entry to the second-floor display is free.

Summit One Vanderbilt and Empire State Building combo ticket price

For adults (13+ years), the general admission price for Summit One Vanderbilt is $49. 

At the same time, the entry ticket for the Empire State Building costs $45 for adults (17+ years). 

Discounted rates for Summit One Vanderbilt with Empire State Building tickets are available for youth, senior citizens, and students with valid IDs.

SUMMIT One Vanderbilt ticket prices 

AgeTicket price
Adult ticket (13-99 years)$52
Youth Ticket (6-12 years)$46

Empire State Building ticket prices

AgeTicket price
Adult  (13-61 years)$49
Youth ticket (6-12 years)$42
Senior  (62 years)$47

Note: Children aged five and below can enter Summit One Vanderbilt free of charge.


  • Avoid wearing stiletto heels, steel-toe boots, sports cleats, or any footwear that may potentially damage the mirrored floors.
  • Wear sunglasses during daytime visits is recommended, as Summit One Vanderbilt can be pretty bright.
  • Before visiting, please adhere to an appropriate dress code before visiting, as the floor is made of glass.

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