Last week Matt headed out to Downtown LA to check out the all new OUE Skyspace Los Angeles at the US Bank Tower.
For those of you not from LA, having a grand observation deck is something that we've been lacking for quite awhile so it's nice to have something so spectacular in our downtown. The slide is just the added cherry on top and we hope you enjoy the pics below.
The opening day was Saturday and unfortunately as openings go, some things weren't quite ready for "prime time" yet. It's always best to wait a few weeks for any new attraction to work out the bugs, and this is certainly no different. We'll be heading back once everything is up and running to get some night pictures for sure.
Written by Matthew Nelson
Be sure to check out awesome 360° video of the Sky Deck. Unfortunately we were unable to get 360° of the slide itself.
OUE Skyspace LA boasts a thrill experience unlike any other: Skyslide, an outdoor glass slide, positioned nearly 1,000 feet above downtown Los Angeles. The Skyslide is forty-five feet long, approximately 4 feet wide and made entirely with 1-1/4 inches thick glass. Visitors will experience Skyslide’s unparalleled views in a whole new way as they glide from the 70th to the 69th floor of the U.S. Bank Tower.
OUE Skyspace LA is proudly home to California’s tallest open-air observation deck. Visitors will experience the California sunshine like never before, perched nearly 1,000 feet above downtown LA. Boasting an unmatched 2,800 square feet of outdoor space, there’s simply no better way to honor Los Angeles.
The Digital Interactive Level will feature a variety of elements for our guests to enjoy our dynamic technology experience. The 360-degree Digital Topography Wall of Los Angeles will have information on landmarks, neighborhoods, and other points of interest. From the Infinity Mirror that creates reflections upon reflections, to the Silhouette Wall which uses pixels to create reflective images based on body movement, these exhibits specifically designed for OUE Skyspace LA make for a dynamic experience to be enjoyed again and again.