Cleveland Terminal Tower Observation Deck, Closed After 9/11, Reopens


Could this become a trend? Last week we posted a story about a New York City street, closed since 9/11, that local (to N.Y.) politicians are trying to reopen. It was just last year the Statue of Liberty’s crown observation area was reopened on July 4th for the first time since 9/11.

source: Columbus Dispatch  June 29, 2010

A popular attraction is returning in Cleveland with the reopening of a skyscraper’s 42nd floor observation deck.

The Terminal Tower deck has been closed to visitors since the 9/11 terrorist attacks in 2001. It will reopen on a limited basis for four weekends beginning July 11. Getting a view of downtown Cleveland from up there will cost visitors $5.


The observation floor was recently renovated as part of a $40 million makeover at the 80-year-old tower.

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