The Economist compares the price of visiting public viewing platforms with the height of some of the world’s highest buildings. It concludes London’s The Shard is the least value for money charging £29.95 (NZ$57) for an adult to see the view from 244m. That’s almost US$0.19 per metre.
How does Auckland’s SkyTower compare?
Rather good value it turns out.
At 328m the building is considerably higher than The Shard and it costs just NZ$28 to peer out over the Hauraki Gulf. That works out at around 7 US cents per metre. A price putting it in the middle of the range of buildings surveyed for the Economist story.