Built as a monument to the greatness of New York City, Rockefeller Center is a tribute to art, design, music and commerce. John D. Rockefeller, Jr. began constructing the complex in 1930, in spite of the Black Tuesday of 1929. Thanks to this bold move thousands of desperate New Yorkers gained employment and the city was reborn.
Rockefeller's legacy has become a center where people of all walks of life come together to shop, dine, attend art exhibits or ice skate in fall and winter. No visit to the Rockefeller Center is complete without a trip to the Top of the Rock Observation Deck on the 70th floor to get 360-degree views of New York City. From here you'll see the Empire State Building, Central Park, the Statue of Liberty and much more.
Once you come back down, get lost among the specialty shops and restaurants housed within its center – you'll experience some of the best food and shopping in Manhattan. Rockefeller Center is also famed for its fountains, greenery, seasonal decorations, history, art, multimedia exhibits and architecture. Come Christmas, its plazas turn into an elegant display of holiday decorations, including its crowning jewel: the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree.
Just around the block you'll find the Radio City Music Hall and NBC Studios, where renowned shows like the Saturday Night Live and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon are taped. Set a whole day aside to explore the complex at your own place – there's plenty to see!
30 Rockefeller Plaza. Main entrance is located on 50th St, between 6th and 7th Avenues. Rockefeller Center is open everyday from 8am-12am. Hours may vary during holidays.
From the Manhattan at Times Square, walk two blocks and you'll be there!
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