An absolute must see when visiting NYC. Got a "New York Pass" and this was one of many attractions we were able to get into with this pass. Well worth the initial cost.
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Different than the Empire State Building, which we also visited. Not so crowded and more of a laid back atmosphere. See full review on TripAdvisor
One visit is good enough,
Take a time for viewing around, opposite view of Empire State Building. do as extra itinerary See full review on TripAdvisor
The view is indeed top of the world! In a place where the skyline is so interesting, this place is a good vantage point to enjoy the view of the bustling city.
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We made reservations ahead of time and had no wait. The views could not be beat! There are 3 levels of the deck and we checked each one out. Lots of amazing views! Cute gift shop on top also. See full review on TripAdvisor
We visited the Rockefeller center in July 2014, barely four hours after our arrival in New York and I have to say this is a brilliant introduction to NYC. We bought our tickets with a 3 attraction... See full review on TripAdvisor
Took this top of the rocks tour at the Rockefeller centre on the advice of a family member, so glad we did this was great.It was very interesting learning about the Rockefeller family and the history... See full review on TripAdvisor
This is amazing - we went up both the Empire State and the Rockefeller and the Rockefeller definitely won! Depending on the time of the year, we went up at about 7pm and saw the sunset then the city... See full review on TripAdvisor
Top of the Rock is the best place to see all of Manhattan! We visited TotR at daytime and Empire State Building at night to get both nightly and daily views. TotR is better at daytime because you see... See full review on TripAdvisor