Schedule:        Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

                      Saturday and Sunday 8:30 am to 5:00 pm

                      Schedules can be extended at high seasons.

Admission:      You have to pay for the entrance.

Since 1933, NBC offers this tour that takes you to the television studios where guests can have the opportunity to enter to some of the most famous TV shows like, Saturday Night Live and Dr. Oz, among others, you will be able to go through the production rooms, makeup, digital TV studio; guests can take pictures on the TV set and some participants may have the experience of reading the news on NBC Studios.

Our advice:

You can get a discount for groups of 10 or more people. To get free tickets to Seth Meyers show you can call (212) 664-3056

The tour lasts about 65 minutes, the tour departs every 30 minutes between 08:30 am-2: 00 pm Monday through Friday, between 8:30 am to 5:00 pm and on Saturday and Sunday.

The NBC Studios tour is a popular attraction and availability is limited, so booking in advance would be smart. You can book your tickets online.

Due to the huge place, they dont guarantee that you can visit all the places

The entire tour route, public areas and studios are wheelchair accessible. We recommend that you call in advance if special accommodations are needed like wheelchairs. For more information call (212) 664-3700

Service dogs for blind people are welcome in all public areas and throughout the tour.

Radio City

Radio City

Location:                    6th Ave between 50 and 51th St Streets Rockefeller Center.

Tickets Schedule:        Monday though Saturday 10:00a.m.- 8:00 p.m.

Tour Schedule:           Tours Runs Everyday from  10:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.

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Radio City Music Hall is located on the Americas Avenue (Sixth Avenue) at Rockefeller Center, is considered as a showplace of the nation and the country's largest theater, It has a capacity of 6,000 people and Art-Deco style architecture. Every day a tour is offered to see the inside of the theater, its halls, corridors, the robotic stage; they have discounts for groups of more than 20 people. Among the shows presented on Broadway in the Radio City Music Hall, you can see Rockettes; It is one of the most viewed live performers in the United States and consists of a precision dance and the most famous routine is the high kick that goes to the height of the eyes with a chorus line that makes the end of each presentation, the show is presented annually in the Thanksgiving parade at Macys store; just like the ceremony of the Christmas tree NBC at Rockefeller Center.

Our Advice:

If you need handicap accommodation call this number 212-307-7171.

Try to arrived one hour earlier to the show, all your packages will be inspected, video cameras are not allowed, with the New York Pass you can take a free tour inside the theater. 

Rockefeller Center

Rockefeller Center

Rockefeller Center (also known as Rockefeller Square) is a complex of 19 commercial buildings, between 48th and 51th Street in New York City, Built by the Rockefeller family, is located in Midtown Manhattan, is a tourist destination because of the decoration in the Rockefeller Plaza, the view offered by the observatory at GE Building (Top of the Rock) and besides the many seasonal activities, as skating ice that runs from November to mid-April or the great Christmas tree that every year thousands of people congregate. All symbols of the Rockefeller Center following a Greek aesthetic that has been somewhat adulterated to suit the popular taste of the moment: The Deco-Art, quintessential symbol of American capitalism has a system of gateways connected between the roofs of the buildings, referring to the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, the concept of its creator was to make a city within a city, gathering bunch of offices and shopping centers for recreation for the new Yorkers and tourists, building the second largest economic center of Manhattan after Wall Street.

The main entrance to the complex from Fifth Avenue leads to a nice landscaped promenade known as Channel Gardens. This name comes to remember the English Channel, the promenade is flanked by two buildings: the British Empire Building and the French one, La Maison Française. The gardens are decorated with fountains and fish sculptures in bronze. The Channel Garden flows into the Lower Square dominated by the golden sculpture Prometheus. This square has an ancient entrance to the luxury shops that years ago occupied the whole complex, Its used as a restaurant terrace in summer and as ice rink for skating in winter. Other important buildings that complete the Rockefeller Center are: Radio City Music Hall, the Associated Press Building, The International Building with its famous Atlas sculpture.

Our advice:

When you are visiting the Rockellefer Center look carefully the Atlas sculpture, where you can see in north-south axis a great orb made by bronze that points to the North Star, In one of its rings are represented the 12 constellations that the sun crosses over a year (seen from Earth). On the Atla’s shoulders you can also see a kind of curved beam with traditional symbols of Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn and Neptune.

And remember that famous photograph taken by Charles E. Ebbets in 1932?? Where some construction workers are eating lunch on a beam without safety harnesses over 260 meters above the ground? The picture was taken at the top of the General Electric Building, which today is part of the complex of buildings of Rockefeller Center, you can recreate the same photograph when you are visiting the viewpoint of the Top of the Rock!

The Rink At Rockefeller Center

The Rink At Rockefeller Center

Location:       Rockefeller Center ice -Track

Date:             November to April

Hours:           Daily from 8:30 pm to Midnight

                     Opening hours may change depending on the weather.

Admission:   Ticket required and rental skates.

Welcome to one of the most famous attractions of New York City! In the heart of Midtown, only a few steps from Times Square and the theater district is located next to the building Rockefeller Center between 49th and 50th street and Fifth Avenue. it’s a tradition that everyone can enjoy in the city, the Skating rink is the most photographed and filmed. We have seen this place in movies and series, every year when the Christmas tree lights are turned on it is broadcasted to people from all over the world.

Our advice:

  • It’s a place to skate in the heart of Manhattan, very close to St. Patrick's Cathedral, Radio City Music Hall, 150 skaters are allowed at a time.
  • So you should choose the right time if you don’t want to freeze waiting for your turn. The best time to go is during business hours and in the morning. You can’t buy tickets in advance.
  • Monday through Thursday there are fewer people and it's also a cheaper entry, save some money during the week instead of fighting the crowds on Friday, Saturday or Sunday.
  • A session will be 90 minutes skating on the track.
  • Do not be afraid to be inexperienced: There is private ice skating lessons available for those who can’t skate and want to learn.
  • Don’t buy skates, Rockefeller Center offers rental skates if you don’t have yours. Note that the cost is per session, and not for the day.

Rockefeller Center Tree Lighting

Rockefeller Center Tree Lighting

Date of ignition:     Date is not confirmed yet, 7:00pm to 9:00pm  

Date shutdown:     January , 2021 Date is not confirmed yet, 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Start time:             Every day from 5:30 in the morning
                               Until 11:30 at night

Christmas officially begins after the Thanksgiving and after turns on the Christmas Tree on the Rockellefer Center. It is decorated with 45,000 LED lights, drive for 8 kilometers of electric cables and topped with a Swarovski star.

For the special date there is always a programming gala that starts at 7 pm, on Christmas and New Year the tree is on the 24 hours.

Our advice:

  • The event is free, its attended by thousands of people and is followed by millions of them through television around the world.
  • If you are lucky enough to be in New York that day, We recommend you to go a couple of hours before the exhibition if you want a good location. Otherwise, you'll probably have to watch the whole ceremony through the giant screens installed in different parts of the Rockefeller Center. For More information, visit: http://goo.gl/MMO9S8 

GE Building

The GE building

Location:   30 Rockefeller Plaza (entrance on 50th Street, between 5th and 6th avenues)

It is located at Rockefeller Center; it has 70 floors, which makes it one of the highest building of New York City. In the beginning it was known as the RCA building, then changed its name to GE (General Electric). It is very characteristic for the vertical details of its façade, belonging to the Deco-art, the marquee is a place that enjoys great popularity in several television series. It is very characteristic for bear his name at the top, with huge letters and is recognized as one of the most famous of the city.

The office of the Rockefeller family occupied the room 6500 on the 56th floor.  This space is currently occupied by Rockefeller Family & Associates.

Our advice:

In the bottom of the building there is a shopping center, you can enter from the main lobby and its surprising beauty. At the top you can find the observatory, top of the Rock one of the essential visits in New York where the most spectacular photos of the city are taken. At the time of its construction a famous photo called '' Mealtime on the skyscraper " was taken (The photo shows 11 workers eating sitting on a steel bar suspended in the middle of the air) was something that became very popular In 1932, today you can recreate the same picture, with you being the protagonist when you visit the "Top of the Rock".

There is a tour to visit the Rockefeller Center, the trip lasts 75 minutes to discover the rich history and stunning artistic value of the most iconic landmark in New York. Learn the history of Rockefeller Center and how the founder John D. Rockefeller Jr. had a vision of a cultural center that eventually became reality with the great works of art and architecture that has today.

In the top floor of the building there’s a restaurant called Rainbow Room.

Top of the Rock

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.
Radio City
Rockefeller Center
The Rink At Rockefeller Center
Rockefeller Center Tree Lighting
GE Building
Top of the Rock