what about the express pass for a kid 6 year old.Does the height or age taken into account .should we bring age ID for kid such as passport??
Hi Arun P.,
Thank you for your inquiry. The Express Pass is the same price for everyone ages 6 and up, meaning that your child must be below the age of 6 to get in for free. Otherwise, if your child is 6 years of age or older you must purchase an adult ticket for them. We look forward to your visit.
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Our son is 12, so height/weight were not an issue. I don't recall seeing a warning or other information regarding younger/small kids. I took my son to the 80th, 86th, and 102nd floors and it was well worth it albeit a little expensive. Kids under 6 are free, and kids 6 - 12 are lower priced. Not sure how much a younger kid would get out of the experience but if its between you going and taking your your kid and not going at all, go for it, it was truly amazing.
Unfortunately Our tickets were bought as presents, so I don’t know any details. However, if you look at their website then I’m sure you’ll find the answer to your question.
I'm not sure about the cost of the tickets for children but I know that you'll need the passport.
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