633 West Fifth Street #840, Los Angeles, CA 90071, EE. UU
Get to the top of Los Angeles and discover the best panoramic views of this city.
The OUE Skyspace is the highest outdoor observation platform in California and the only building that allows you to see all of the skyline of the city of Los Angeles in 360 mode. The visit also includes interactive, educational components and the unique possibility of slide down an open-air glass slide: the Skyslide.
The skyscraper US Bank Tower is located in the heart of Los Angeles and has 310 meters and its design is unique (literally). If this city has such a characteristic skyline, it is thanks to this building.
The observatory is located on floors 69 and 70, more than 300 meters above the city and has the privilege of being the highest outdoor observation platform in the state of California, offering a complete view of all of Los Angeles, from the mountains of Hollywood Hills, to the Pacific and of course the city.
In addition, it is not simply a place to enjoy incredible views, with the entrance you will enjoy interactive and educational activities, along the route and its spectacular and impressive Skyslide, a slide with more than 300 meters high, only one in the world. A dizzying experience.
The Skyslide slide is made of a thick transparent glass and has a length of 13 meters in which it will seem that you fly over Los Angeles. The best option to complete your experience.
The address of the US Bank Tower is 633 West 5th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90071
We know that Los Angeles is the city of cinema, it is possible that during the visit to the city you find yourself with some scenario of some super production. But what does this have to do with OUE Skyspace?
If you enter the US Bank Tower in addition to seeing unique views of the city you will be able to access the stage of multiple films.
One of the best known is Independence Day, where the building will be the first objective of the imminent massive extraterrestrial invasion.
He also appears in the Bruce Willis movie "The Kid" and in other productions such as D-War, Southland Tales, San Andreas and the apocalyptic film of 2012, where he falls by a major earthquake.
Finally, it has appeared in such popular games as the Grand Theft Auto saga, in which they appear under another name, but as we have said before, it is easily recognizable thanks to its characteristic design.