Unusual attractions at an observation deck

• Unusual attractions at an observation deck

The inhabitants of modern cities harder than ever to really surprise. If earlier observation deck with beautiful views have an exciting adventure in itself, but now the creators of the "sublime" designs have to go further, offering visitors all the new and unexpected rides on top.

Unusual attractions at an observation deck

In 2018 in Russia the construction of one of the tallest buildings in the whole of Europe will be completed - "Lahti Center", located near St. Petersburg. At an altitude of 378 meters in the center of the glass tower will be opened publicly available an observation deck with panoramic windows and stunning beauty of the Gulf of Finland. And now note: now you have a really unique opportunity to enter into the history of this amazing place, suggesting the idea of ​​the attraction, which should appear there.

To heighten the inspiration we collected for you some interesting options with the other most famous skyscrapers in the world. Go for it!

Unusual attractions at an observation deck

Insanity, USA, Las Vegas, NV

Let's start without much reverence, from the mad - in fact, is exactly what it sounds official name of this attraction. It is located in the lookout tower casino hotel "Stratosphere Las Vegas" and is a common carousel. Unless you have to spin on the 300-meter chasm 20 meters from the edge of the roof. Insanity rotates rather quickly, developing overload 3g, and the passengers are arranged, of course, face down. Photo: Stratosphere Hotel & Casino / flickr

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Unusual attractions at an observation deck

EdgeWalk, Canada One of the main attractions of Canada, which is annually visited by about two million people, is a television tower CN Tower (CN Tower) - the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. The most delicious in it - attraction called EdgeWalk, which can be translated as "walk on the edge." So it is: at a height of 356 meters is a narrow walkway encircling the tower, devoid of any barriers, in which the brave tourists walk, of course, is securely fastened tether. Photo: Steve Stoveld / flickr

Unusual attractions at an observation deck

to Ericsson Globe, Sweden

sports palace, built by the Swedes, is the largest spherical building in the world. In 2010, the creators attach the mobile viewing platforms SkyView is also in the form of balls, but has a smaller diameter. In general, the design resembles a stripped-down solar system where the sun around the Ericsson Globe rotate two glass planet capacity of 16 people each. Photo: Kjell Eson / flickr

Sapphire, Turkey

The observation deck of the tower Sapphire - one of the best places in Istanbul where you can look over the entire city. But separate the love of visitors here has won the attraction, allowing to make a virtual helicopter ride. 4D-cabin, located directly on the viewing platform, allows a second "fly over" the main attractions of the city and look at them from bird's eye view.

Unusual attractions at an observation deck

"Moscow City", Russian

Muscovites fiercely proud of the business district 'Moscow City ", which has become almost more popular," bow "of the capital, than the Kremlin walls. However, as it turned out, not everyone been on the observation deck, located on the 58th floor of the "Empire". And in vain: there waiting for visitors not only the most magnificent view of the vastness of the capital, but also beautifully detailed layout of the project "Moscow City" with all and only the already built buildings is planned.

Unusual attractions at an observation deck

Victoria Peak, China

The highest point in Hong Kong, named in honor of Queen Victoria, is topped with incredibly popular among tourists observation deck, which opens a marvelous panorama of the island. And part of the rides and other amusements this place seriously claim to world domination: here and the old funicular brings visitors to a height, and an abundance of theme restaurants and cafes (including, for example, the famous "Bubba-Gump" based on "Forrest Gump") as well as many special info- and fotopointov and interesting objects to photograph. Photo: glenn forbes / flickr

Unusual attractions at an observation deck

5 Fingers Viewing Platform, Austria

This viewing platform resembles a palm, is located in the Austrian Alps, and includes a few much simpler, but no less popular amusements for height lovers. Each of the five "fingers" pad its own chip: one glass floor, the other has a telescope, and in another set pretty picture frame for pictures. Photo: Wolfgang Wildner / flickr