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A Sweeping View of NYC from Top of the Rock

If you want to get a bird's eye view of New York City, head to the Top of the Rock observation deck at Rockefeller Center. Situated in the heart of Manhattan, this popular attraction offers three different vantage points with sweeping views of the Big Apple's most iconic landmarks.
Ride the elevator to the 67th or 69th levels to stand on transparent glass-floored terraces and watch the action of the city below. Head up to the 70th floor to experience dramatic, unobstructed panoramas of the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty, and Central Park. After your visit, shop and dine at Rockefeller Center or take a tour of the NBC Studios.
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Prices -

Ticket prices vary by age and season. Visit the website for specific details.

Hours -

  • Daily: 8 AM - Midnight
    Last entry at 11 PM


  • Starlight Music Series
  • MS Climb to the Top
  • Weddings


  • Observation Deck
  • Rockefeller Center Tours
  • Swarovski Joie Chandelier
  • Mezzanine Exhibit
  • Shopping
  • Dining


  • Is there a restaurant at the Top of the Rock?
    There is no restaurant at the Top of the Rock. But, Rockefeller Center offers 40 dining spots and restaurants, including NYC's famous Rainbow Room. Rockefeller Center is located in a prime downtown dining and entertainment district so visitors find infinite food and drink spots in this neighborhood.
  • Can you view the city from outdoors on the Top of the Rock?
    Yes, there are three different outdoor viewing areas at the Top of the Rock. Outdoor terraces, located on the 67th and 69th floors, offer transparent safety glass floors and a breathtaking way to see the city. The top-level viewing deck, located on the 70th floor, offers visitors 360-degree views of the New York City skyline, Central Park, the Hudson River, and many legendary Manhattan landmarks.

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