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Rockefeller Center
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45 Rockefeller Plaza New York, NY 10111
45 Rockefeller PlazaUSNew YorkNew York10111
(212) 332-6868rockefellercenter.com
Historical Landmark, Shopping MallToday 5:00 pm – 12:00 am
Monday 5:00 pm – 12:00 amTuesday 5:00 pm – 12:00 amWednesday 5:00 pm – 12:00 amThursday 5:00 pm – 12:00 amFriday 5:00 pm – 12:00 amSaturday ClosedSunday Closed
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Rockefeller Center is a commercial complex between 48th and 51st st. in NYC. It serves as a large center of entertainment, art, history, shopping, and more. It's a popular American tourist destination
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Sights abound at this famous complex, home to an ice rink, TV studios & a giant Christmas tree.- Google
"The lighting of the Christmas tree is an annual event for me."
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"An iconic and beautiful place to visit."
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Peter Gregg
a month ago
A cluster/complex of buildings in the heart of midtown. The skating rink is fun to watch in the winter and the gold statue is one that is great to see in person. The building itself is massive with the shops/mall area on one side, Atlas statue around the corner. Outside is bustling but I nice place to take a break. Beautiful cascading fountain with dolphins. There are some good tours with Top of the Rock giving another incredible view of Central Park, Empire State building and more. Make reservations for that or you could be waiting for a long time for pass exchange.
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Pablo Costa Tirado
2 months ago
Expensive places, incredible stores, tallest skyscrapers and one of the best viewpoints of the city. This is one of the tourism hotspots in New York. Here you can visit the Nintendo World Store, got to the Top of the Rock viewpoint in the G.E. Building where you can have incredible views of Central Park and the island, os just walk thru the streets visiting the ton of stores you can find here. Awesome area.
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Gerardo Aponte
4 months ago
One thing you must visit if you are in NYC around the Holidays. If you live in NYC and didn't come around Christmas to see the the tree you are not a real New Yorker and you have a terrible bucker-list. Definitely this is one of the best places to see in NYC make sure that you see all 4 angles (n,s,w,o) and see the light show that is showing every 7 minute. Take you time here is on the best thing that is free that NYC can offer.
Rikard skanevall
2 weeks ago
A visit to one of the top scrapers is a must if its your first time in manhattan. We chose the Rock because from there you have an excellent view over central park, empire state building, midtown manhattan and much more. A very good start on any vacation. I give five star because the service was top notch and the views were spectacular. Extra plus for the very friendly guard on the top floor who pointed out the buildings and had some great stories to share. Thank you very much!
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Steve Pierre
a month ago
Great views from high and low, Rockerfeller Center is a must-visit for those visiting NY and a great place for locals as well. During my visit, it was fun people watching and watching others skate, and it was cool to see the various skyscrapers and some of the nearby attractions, such as Radio City and the NBC Studios, and many stores and tours as well. Definitely make a run to the NBC Studio Store as well!
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Camilla Peterson
5 months ago
The Empire State Building may be the more iconic of these two skyscrapers, but the view from the top of the Rockefeller just can't be beat! You get to look right over Central Park and you get some unobstructed views (no wire fences) on some of its multistage lookouts. A little part of me just liked being here because of the iconic poster of workers on the beam. The good news for geeks like me is you get to take your very own picture like this (inside). If you have the time to scale two skyscrapers - go here! And it is worth a consideration over the Empire State Building even if you don't!
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Mary Raphael George
a month ago
There is so much inside this place. There are sights to see within in, there are shops and cafes as well as tons of tourists and natives. You can head to the top or just be sheltered from the inclement weather. It is very clean and there are people all around it who can provide you with information.
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Lawrence Chan
2 months ago
Ice skating and tree lighting during the winter! Make sure to go to the Top of the Rock. It has a spectacular view of NYC. You won't regret it. Bring a jacket.

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