Top of the Rock
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30 Rockefeller Plaza
(212) 698-2000
47th–50th Streets – Rockefeller Center
49th Street
50th Street
51st Street

Top of the Rock

Opening Hours:      It is open all through the year from 8 am to 12            


                               Last elevator up at 11:00pm

                               opening hours may vary during the holiday.                

Top of the Rock Observation Deck offers stunning views of New York City and beyond. One of the best attractions of Manhattan is the Top of the Rock, located at the Rockefeller Center in New York (W 52nd Street / 6th Avenue). It is home to many offices such as NBC studios and Radio City Music Hall. The Top of the Rock is a 69-story building with observatory deck on the last 3 floors.

Guests make their way through a multi-media exhibit area on the mezzanine, where they can learn about the rich history, art and architecture of Rockefeller Center, before stepping into one of the high-speed glass ceiling sky shuttles for the thrilling ride to the Top.

You can see kilometers and kilometers of breathtaking views of the city such as Central Park, the Empire State Building, Times Square, the Hudson River, the East River, the Brooklyn Bridge, the Statue of Liberty, see a splendid sunset. 'It's simply the most spectacular view of New York!!!.

Tickets: You can buy tickets at the official site of Top of the Rock or by clicking here you will get great discounts, but if you have the New York Pass and New York City Pass they are already included.

When purchasing tickets you can book the day you intent to go, but in summer, if you cannot attend the day you have previously booked, it is advisable to change the day booked due to the large crowds attending during this time of year.

 Our advice:

  • Avoid long lines by getting tickets online.
  • In the shops located on floors 67 and 69 exclusive items from Top of the Rock are sold.
  • The best time to visit is between 8 am and 10 am or one hour before closing, as there will be less number of people.
  • You can recreate the famous photograph taken in 1932, where some workers were having lunch on a beam 260 meters above the ground. For a few dollars you can be the character of this iconic photograph.
  • Take the 75-minute guided tour through the building complex Rockefeller Center, where you will discover the rich history and artistic value of this iconic landmark of New York.