SkySlide in Downtown Los Angeles

SkySlide in Downtown Los Angeles on Top of The US Bank Tower

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Attention all thrill seekers!

For those of you who love views from a tall building and exploring cityscapes, we have the perfect afternoon activity for you and your family. One of the tallest buildings in the Downtown Los Angeles area has much more to offer than just an elevator ride up to see out over the city.

LA Thrill Seekers

LA Thrill Seekers

OUE SkySpace is located in the US Bank Tower Building in Downtown Los Angeles. Tucked among the city’s skyscrapers, it is California’s tallest open-air observation deck. Don’t worry. The venue touts so much more than just a ride to the top to walk around for a few moments. The space definitely knows how to make a day up in the clouds as exciting as possible.

Up in the top of the building are plenty of interactive tech stops. Think awesome lights and ways to connect and play with your phone. Instagram lovers beware – you may get caught in a photo-whirl where you can’t stop snapping! Your instagram will have more content ready to go than you can imagine from the day.

SkySlide in Downtown Los Angeles

SkySlide in Downtown Los Angeles

While exhibits and museums can be fun, you also get the chance to bring out the inner kid by taking a ride down the US Bank Tower SkySlide by OUE. Don’t be fooled – this slide is definitely one for big kids. The slide is multiple levels of glass, and takes you around the outside of the building! Take a look at the 360 degree video of the experience here: http://xplorit.com/oue-skyspace/360-bottom-of-slide

A few of us at Glitterati Tours of Hollywood have already experienced this attraction, so if you find yourself Downtown, stop in for a fun afternoon among the clouds. Save some time and get your tickets before heading there at this link: https://oue-skyspace.com/

FYI-For years, The US Bank Tower was the tallest building west of the Mississippi, but now we have the brand new Wilshire Grand Building, which also houses the DTLA Intercontinental Hotel.

-By Lindsay

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