Which Cities Have Observation Decks?

These cities have observation decks and other viewpoints.


California: Los Angeles – City Hall

San Francisco – Coit Tower

Colorado: Denver – State Capitol

District of Columbia: Washington – Washington Monument, Old Post Office Tower

Florida: Tallahassee – State Capitol

Georgia: Atlanta – Westin Peachtree Plaza

Hawaii: Honolulu – Aloha Tower

Illinois: Chicago – John Hancock Center, Willis Tower (former Sears Tower)

Indiana: Indianapolis – Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument

Louisiana: Baton Rouge – State Capitol

Maryland: Baltimore – World Trade Center

Massachusetts: Boston – Prudential Tower, Custom House Tower

Minnesota: Minneapolis – Foshay Tower

Saint Paul – State Capitol

Missouri: Kansas City – City Hall

St. Louis – Gateway Arch

Nebraska: Lincoln – State Capitol

Nevada: Las Vegas – Stratosphere Tower, Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas

New York: Albany – Erastus Corning Tower

Buffalo – City Hall

New York City – One World Trade Center, Empire State Building, GE Building,

Ohio: Cincinnati – Carew Tower

Cleveland - Terminal Tower

Columbus – Rhodes State Office Tower

Gateway Arch, St. Louis
(Photo by Bev Sykes)

Pennsylvania: Erie -  Bicentennial Tower

Philadelphia – City Hall

Tennessee: Knoxville – Sunsphere

Texas: Arlington – “Oil Derrick” at Six Flags Over Texas

Austin – University of Texas Tower

Dallas – Reunion Tower

San Antonio – Tower of the Americas

Utah: Salt Lake City – LDS Office Building

Washington: Seattle – Columbia Center, Space Needle, Smith Tower

Wisconsin: Madison – State Capitol