Get the best view in all of New York City from the Top of the Rock Observation Deck at Rockefeller Plaza. Soak up three floors of indoor and outdoor viewing areas and admire the Big Apple’s popular landmarks, such as One World Trade Center, the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, the Brooklyn Bridge, the Statue of Liberty and more. Upgrade to include a 60-minute Rockefeller Center tour.
Admission to the Top of the Rock Observation Deck
Explore 3 floors with expansive, unobstructed indoor and outdoor viewing areas
Unobstructed views from the 70th floor of 30 Rockefeller Plaza, a completely open-air deck!
Upgrade your ticket to include a guided tour of the famous Rockefeller Center
Flexible voucher redemption policy - you are notrestricted to date originally selected - plan your visit around the weather!
Upon entering Rockefeller Center, pass through security and ride up to the Top of the Rock Observation Deck, open 365 days a year. The view is as dramatic a sight as anyone can get in New York City. Day or night, the three floors of indoor and outdoor decks serve to impress. Take in the scenery from a comfortable seat or use binoculars for unobstructed views through glass panels on the 67th and 69th floors and in the open air observatory on the 70th floor. On all three levels, have a photo taken by a Kodak pro and pick it up on the way out. Upgrade your ticket to include a guided tour of the famous Rockefeller Center. Stroll through the building, its gardens, and its art spaces and see what Rockefeller’s vision for a cultural space has evolved into.
I pre booked a voucher and was horrified to see just one person at the kiosk who was multi tasking - so a small queue took 20/30 minutes to get my ticket for a 22:15 entry time. More Queues on arrival and all the way up to the top made this a trip to forget. If you're going to do it there are two golden rules. Do the empire state during the day and this at night - or vice versa as the contrast is excellent.
On the longest day of the year, late in the afternoon the rainclouds finally cleared and my daughter and 8-year-old grandson headed up to the Top of the Rock, just before sunset,. It was definitely everything that was promised. They visited all 3 decks, stayed as people came and went, took LOTS of photos, identified all the buildings as advertised, and came down a couple of hours later really glad they had chosen THAT tall building to climb up in.