The Skyslide is an outdoor glass slide positioned nearly 1,000 feet above downtown Los Angeles.
The Skyslide is made entirely of clear glass, 1 ¼ inches thick, and extends forty-five feet long, from the 70th floor to the 69th floor of the U.S. Bank Tower. The entrance to the Skyslide is approximately four feet wide.
Skyslide passes are now on sale; please visit the Tickets Page for more information. They are sold at timed intervals and priced at $8. Group and combo tickets are also available.
With the purchase of a general admission ticket to OUE Skyspace LA, guests may choose to opt in for an additional Skyslide ticket once on the 70th floor, at the Skyslide entrance. Pending availability, a la carte Skyslide ticket purchases can be made with our friendly Skyspace Ambassadors using any major credit card.
Skyslide tickets are non-refundable. However, they can be transferred to another member of your party as long as they ride at the scheduled ticket time.
Guests must be at least five years old to ride the Skyslide.
Guests who are pregnant, think they might be pregnant, have any history of high blood pressure, heart conditions, back/neck/bone injuries or recent surgery or illness are discouraged from riding and do so at their own risk.
An adult and children between the ages of 5-10 years of age can ride the Skyslide, tandem style.
It is highly recommended that personal belongings be left with a non-rider. Riders must have both hands free during their ride. Small items may be placed in the lap of the rider. Larger items may be placed in small bags that the rider can wear as a backpack during their ride, which must be returned to the Slide Ambassador at the bottom of the slide. Please keep in mind, Skyspace LA is not responsible for lost, stolen or damaged personal property, including items transported in this manner.
No. The Skyslide will be air conditioned at all times.
All guests ride down the slide on specially-created mats that will increase the speed and thrill-factor of the ride while also providing a barrier to the glass.
As the Skyslide is completely enclosed, rain alone will not affect the operation. However, in the event of severe weather conditions, , both the Skyslide and Skyspace outdoor observation decks may be temporarily closed.
Yes. The Skyslide has been designed to accommodate guests in wheelchairs. Lift equipment has been installed to assist guests in transferring from the Skyslide back onto wheelchairs.
All guests must purchase a ticket to access OUE Skyspace LA. Once inside the attraction, you may purchase as many Skyslide passes as you wish.
Located on the 71st floor of the U.S. Bank Tower, the name of the restaurant is 71 Above.
71 Above will open in early 2016.
The restaurant is located on the 71st floor, offering panoramic, 360-degree views of Los Angeles.
At this time, the chef’s name has not been announced.
71 Above will offer New American cuisine.
OUE chose to work with Emil Eyvazoff because he and the entire team at 71 Above share our vision to bring new energy to the iconic U.S. Bank Tower. The 71 Above concept and experience is well-aligned with OUE Skyspace LA’s vision to offer a transformative experience for Los Angeles residents and visitors alike.
Emil’s first culinary venture in Los Angeles, Takami Sushi & Robata Restaurant and Elevate Lounge, perched 21 floors atop downtown, proves his previous expertise in taking culinary experiences to new heights
Patrons of 71 Above will experience stunning, 360 degree views of Los Angeles as they dine; however, separate tickets are required in order to gain access to the Skyspace LA observation deck, which offers unobstructed views, interactive elements and surprise thrills.