Observation deck atop CEB Tower in Arlington opens June 21
Legends, the firm behind One World Observatory at the World Trade Center in New York City and OUE Skyspace in Los Angeles, announced Tuesday that the Observation Deck at CEB Tower in Arlington will open on June 21.
Located in Rosslyn, at the top of JBG Smith’s all-glass CEB Tower at Central Place, the new public observatory will offer panoramic views of the nation’s Capital and beyond.
Located on the 31st floor of the tallest building inside the Beltway, the deck provides 360-degree views and a chance to see the Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia skylines.
In addition to 12,000 square feet of unobstructed observation space, the deck offers technology that leads guests through a self-guided tour, an open-air terrace, a café and private event space.
Guests also will have the chance to learn about some of the area’s most famous local landmarks through a “Windows Into History” exhibit. The exhibit uses interactive digital touch-screen displays and directional audio, drawing parallels to the views seen from each window of the deck.
A daily ticket to the deck costs $22 with discounted tickets available to youth, students, military, and seniors with appropriate identification. Tickets can be purchased online at TheViewofDC.com or at a box office in the building’s lobby.
Photo courtesy Legends