If you have a fear of heights you may want to think twice before taking on one of Los Angeles’ newest upcoming tourist attractions.
An outrageous 36-foot-long glass slide built alongside the U.S. Bank Tower, the highest building on the West Coast, will hang riders a whopping 1,000 feet above downtown LA.
Daredevils up for the ride will slide between the tower’s 69th and 70th stories on top of a 1.25-inch thick glass to experience a birds-eye view of the city.
The thrill seeker attraction known as the Skyslide is a part of the all-new OUE Skyspace LA project, which is set to become the tallest open-air observation deck in California.
If you’re not in the adventurous mood, no worries, Skyspace will also feature an exclusive rooftop restaurant.
Skyspace opens to the public on June 25, 2016 and guests will have to pay a $25 entrance fee, as well as an additional $8 to take on the Skyslide.
Tickets are currently being pre-sold and official sales begin March 18, 2016.
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