Eiffel Tower Gets New Glass Floor

PHOTO: A general view looking up at the new glass floor at The Eiffel Tower during the inauguration of the newly refurbish first floor, in Paris, France, Oct. 6, 2014.Francois Mori/AP Photo
A general view looking up at the new glass floor at The Eiffel Tower during the inauguration of the newly refurbish first floor, in Paris, France, Oct. 6, 2014.

The Eiffel Tower's a been-there, done-that for most travelers, but a new first floor attraction gives a reason to make a trip back to Paris' most iconic attraction.

As the tower celebrates its 125th anniversary, unveiled Monday was its newest feature: a glass floor almost 200 feet above ground.

PHOTO: Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo (C) walks on the new glass floor at the Eiffel Tower during its inauguration in Paris on Oct. 6, 2014. Lionel Bonaventure/AFP/Getty Images
Paris' mayor Anne Hidalgo (C) walks on the new glass floor at the Eiffel Tower during its inauguration in Paris on Oct. 6, 2014.

PHOTO: Visitors walk on the new glass floor at The Eiffel Tower during the inauguration of the newly refurbish first floor, in Paris, France, Oct. 6, 2014.Francois Mori/AP Photo
Visitors walk on the new glass floor at The Eiffel Tower during the inauguration of the newly refurbish first floor, in Paris, France, Oct. 6, 2014.

PHOTO: A worker cleans the new glass floor at The Eiffel Tower during the inauguration of the newly refurbished first floor, in Paris, Oct. 6, 2014.Francois Mori/AP Photo
A worker cleans the new glass floor at The Eiffel Tower during the inauguration of the newly refurbished first floor, in Paris, Oct. 6, 2014.

PHOTO: A view of the exhibition room with the new glass floor at The Eiffel Tower during the inauguration of the newly refurbished first floor, in Paris, France, Oct. 6, 2014.Francois Mori/AP Photo
A view of the exhibition room with the new glass floor at The Eiffel Tower during the inauguration of the newly refurbished first floor, in Paris, France, Oct. 6, 2014.

Paris Mayor Anne Hildago sent a series of tweets in various languages to commemorate the occasion and encourage people to "enjoy this breathtakingly high experience."