A new attraction suspended 1,000 feet over downtown Los Angeles is either terrifying or – for adrenaline junkies – incredible.
This summer, an outdoor glass slide – dubbed the skyslide -- will make its debut, and will be attached to the West Coast’s tallest building, the U.S. Bank Tower. It will run between the 70th and 69th stories of the building.
A Los Angeles skyscraper will get a glass slide that starts 1,000 feet off the ground. https://t.co/Lw4c6bBIr1 pic.twitter.com/MOvkL3Pahz
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At 36 feet long, running between the 70th and 69th stories, the slide will grant riders an impressive bird’s eye view of the city and is part of a revamp to the 72-story tower.
But it comes at a small price.
In order to visit the rooftop complex, which also features a restaurant, guests will be required to purchase a $25 ticket. Sliding down costs an additional $8.
Presale tickets for skyslide, which opens on June 25, will go on sale March 18.