‘Skyslide’ at DTLA’s Tallest Building Opens for Rides Tomorrow


A member of the media rides down a glass slide during a media preview at the U.S. Bank Tower building in downtown Los Angeles on Thursday, June 23, 2016. Starting this weekend, thrill-seekers can begin taking the Skyslide, a 1,000 feet high slide, perched on the outside of the tallest skyscraper west of the Mississippi.  (AP Photo/Richard Vogel)


On the top of Downtown LA’s tallest building, U.S. Bank Tower, a slide made out of glass will start receiving riders from tomorrow (25th).

‘Skyslide’ is installed at the 70th floor of the building and it is a glass slide, which means riders can see below through the glass during their ride for 5 seconds. It’s development company OUE said, “From the slide, you can enjoy the view of all the way from San Fernando Valley to Catalina Island. ”

The daily admission fee is $25 and $8 extra if you want to ride Skyslide.

Below is a clip from Jimmy Kimmel Live TV Show, and it vividly shows what Skyslide experience is like.


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Translated by Audrey Joung