- Ascend to the 70th floor of the 30 Rock building and get sweeping views of NYC, including the Empire State Building
- Take amazing photographs from the roof of New York and get a free city guide with discounts for other attractions
- 30 Rock houses NBC Studios. Keep your eyes peeled for Jimmy Fallon, Seth Meyers, and Lorne Michaels
The Top of the Rock is an observation deck smack in the middle of Manhattan. It's perched atop 30 Rock, the famous Art Deco building that's the centerpiece of Rockefeller Center. Skip the ticketing line and go straight entry line to the 70th-floor observation deck for panoramic views of the Big Apple.
From Central Park to the Empire State Building, see the metropolis stretch out to the concrete horizon ahead. Top of the Rock is designed to resemble a cruise ship's deck, and it offers you something the Empire State Building's own observation deck doesn't; a view of the Empire State Building!
30 Rock has been a quintessential part of New York even before it was completed in 1933. Remember that famous picture of a group of construction workers having lunch on a steel beam? Yep, it was taken here!
This Art Deco skyscraper is home to NBC Studios, where shows like Saturday Night Live and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon are produced. Fingers crossed, you might see some stars too.
- The Top of the Rock Observation Deck can get very busy, especially during holiday weeks. It is highly recommended to arrive early in the morning to reserve your preferred timeslot
- Use the entrance on 50th Street (between 5th and 6th Avenues)
- Once you have your timeslot, you can skip the 'General Admission' ticket line and proceed down the staircase to enter the 'Pass' line by the turnstiles to have your ticket scanned
- Cancellations are not possible for this ticket
- Changes are not possible for this ticket
You see everything what is really important of New York and it’s an other view then always from down.