Sky TowerCurrently Open [Closes at 10:00 pm]
- Address: Corner Federal and Victoria Streets, Auckland, New Zealand
- Timings: 09:00 am - 11:30 pm Details
- Phone: +64-8007592489
- Ticket Price: 29 USD
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Family And Kids, Tower, Observation Deck, Skyscrapper
Sky Tower - Review
The Sky Tower is 328 meters tall and stands as an icon of Auckland’s sky line. It’s an exciting hub of adrenaline activities, superb dining and breathtaking views. Sky Tower is one of Auckland’s most exhilarating tourist attractions. The tower has 3 viewing platforms and is the tallest man made structure in New Zealand. For the more adventurous souls, try their SkyWalk or their SkyJump! Don’t forget to check out the school holiday activities at the Sky Tower, which are held three times a year and provide fun for the whole family.
Sky Tower Information
- Sky Tower may be closed from time to time due to adverse weather conditions.
- Other Contact Details: +64 93636000
Sky Tower Ticket Prices
- Child (6-14 years): $12.00
- Children 5 years and under are free
- Senior Citizens (valid ID required): $23.00
- Students (valid ID required): $20.00
- 2 adults and 2 children (6-14 years): $65.00
- Each additional child (6–14 years): $9.00
Sky Tower Opening and Closing Hours
- May to September daily last ticket sold at 9:30 pm.
- October to April from Sunday to Thursday last ticket sold at 10:00 pm; Fridays and Saturdays 8:30 am to 11:30 pm, last ticket sold at 11:00 pm.
How To reach Sky Tower by Public Transport
- Bus Stop: Victoria St West outside Sky Tower
- Victoria St opposite Sky Tower
Restaurants Near Sky Tower
- The Sugar Club
- Sky Lounge
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Things to Know Before Visiting Sky Tower
95% of people who visit Auckland include Sky Tower in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
37.53% of people start their Sky Tower visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Sky Tower
76.08% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Sky Tower
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Sky Tower, Auckland Reviews
Iconic point of reference of the city of Auckland and the country itself. Just love being in there wait for the sun to set and wait for the city to lit up. take your parents, girlfriend or friend this place is good for everybody. Are you scared of heights, don't let your fear stop you from having the best view of the city. Ticket is a bit pricey and the coffee is not discounted. it is an expensive trip with the elevator but it is worth it. very cool to see people jumping down from the tower with relative countdown included. this piece of architecture will stand to a strong earthquake, just don't want to be there when that happen. remember to bring some coin with you if you wish to see things closer with the binoculars. don't miss the upper floor and sit down on one of the bean bags available and take your time to observe the city from the sky.
If you are in Auckland and didn’t visit sky tower means you missed out a amazing mark of Auckland. The good thing of this tower is it’s very much accessible and touchable unlike other towers in the world. It’s like a rocket at launch pad and ready to ignite. This is one of the oldest modern tower in Auckland. Highly recommend to visit and see the beauty of Auckland.
Just before the Sun sets is best time to go..see the City by day and the lights of the night.. completely transforms the landscape.. friendly staff and reasonable for price to get the 360 view of the city...
The Sky Tower reminded me of the Space Needle back home in Seattle. Staying in Auckland means that I had to visit the Sky Tower during my stay, and to be honest, it was exactly what you would expect. Glass windows all around for the full 360-degree view of the city. There's a nice cafe and plenty of seating for families, couples, etc. Overall a good experience with nice photos to show off. It is a tourist spot, however, and very busy during weekends.
The sky tower is A very signature building for New Zealand, and its the tallest free standing structure in the southern hemisphere. The elevator going up is interesting, but always packed. The views are quite good, the restaurants are cool, especially the rotating one at the top. As with all tourist places, the prices are high, but i think its still definitely worth it, even if its just a brief pop up to the top and back again.