Looking up and seeing New York’s skyscrapers is priceless, but it can’t be compared to looking down and seeing New York from the top of its most famous skyscraper in the heart of Manhattan. With permanent exhibits on floors 2 and 80 and two observation decks, the Empire State Building is the best way to see New York from the top.
The Empire State Building was completed in 1931, but this art deco icon still maintains its charm. The staff at the front door, always smiling and dressed in burgundy, will escort you inside to enter this monument with incredible murals on the walls and ceiling.
The most iconic place in this skyscraper is on the 86th floor, where memorable scenes from many films have been filmed (such as Independence Day and _Something to Remember *).
The views from here will leave you breathless, figuratively (well, perhaps literally too). With this ticket to the Empire State Building, you’ll enjoy panoramic views of up to six states from the open-air observatory and heated observation galleries.
Take your time to snap a shot of Central Park, Times Square, the Brooklyn Bridge and the One World Trade Center. Surely some will end up imitating King Kong.
After security check, skip the queue at the locker and head straight for the elevators.
All signs, multimedia apps, and displays are available in nine languages (English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Japanese, Korean, and Mandarin)
It can be canceled up to 24 hours before the day of the visit (if selected)