Torre Espacial, or Torre Interama, is a 200 metres (660 ft) high observation tower in the Villa Soldati section of Buenos Aires, Argentina. The tower was designed and manufactured in Austria by Waagner-Biro, and built between 1980 and May 1981 for the Parque de la Ciudad amusement park. The bankruptcy of the amusement park's developer, Interama S.A., delayed delivery of the observation tower components; the tower was ultimately opened to the public on July 9, 1985.
It features observation decks at 120, 124, and 176 meters; from the highest deck it is possible to see the Uruguayan coast. The Torre Espacial was declared a City Cultural Landmark on November 22, 2010. It had been shuttered since 2003; but following renovation works was reopened on November 26, 2011.