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Add this to the massive catalog of complaints about One World Trade Center: In order to simply enter the top three levels of the bulding—where the fancy One restaurant, another bar and grill, and a takeout-style Marketplace are located—you'll have to pay $32.
The Post reports that the cost, which was "buried" in last week's announcement about the May 29th opening, is required of all adult visitors to the One World Observatory (kids are $26 and seniors are $30), but while similar observatories, like 30 Rock, have fees to see the view, their restaurants don't come with the same cover charge. Something tells us Anna Wintour will be sticking with that new cafeteria, thanks.