Cooper Tower

Cooper Tower, named in honor of Barbara Lynn Tanner Cooper, reaches 199 feet into the air and is capped by an American Flag measuring over 40 feet long. The observation deck stands 120 feet above the ground and features glass floor panels inside the observation room and on the outside deck. It is the tallest structure in Northwest Tennessee, and on a clear day you can see 15 miles to the Kentucky border. It only takes 22 seconds to ride 13 stories into the air on the Cooper Tower elevator and you can stay as long as you like. Tickets for Cooper Tower are included in the VIP packages.

You can also purchase tickets separately at the ticket counter for $4.95.