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The Rockefeller Center Tour celebrates the rich history and exciting presence of New York's architectural jewel. The center was the ambitious vision of a young John D. Rockefeller and hosts more than 100 breathtaking works of art. In addition to...more
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We visited Top of the Rock today and it was gorgeous . The views were amazing . You could see The Statue of Liberty so clear today . Would definitely recommend going here . But don’t forget your wallet . It’s a little pricey ....More
Our tour guide, Lindsay was the best. My husband and I visiting NY from NJ had a few hours to spare prior to an evening theatre program and walking through Rockefeller Center we stumbled upon this tour. Lindsay began by making sure our personal headsets...More
we were a little unsure about whether it was worth using one of our NY Explorer Pass Attractions to do the guided tour of a building you can walk freely around but we're so glad we decided to go for it. the guide was fantastic,...More
We've seen most of the attractions in NYC & Rockefeller Center was not one of the. Our guide, Jonathan, talked way too fast, walked too fast & many numerous jokes we either couldn't hear or understand. The headphones weren't working very well. He changed them...More
I'll be honest, we only went on this tour as it was part of the NY Pass we had purchased. But .... we were so glad we did, it was a fascinating look at the Rockefeller Buildings and their evolution, learning about the designs and...More
We had a great tour guide Linzey or lydnsey I did not get the name correctly.
She was great and showed as buildings outside the main building and their history.
I learnt stuff I would never have known and she had a great knowledge and...More
The tour lasting just over an hour covers several buildings in the Rockefeller complex including external views of the NBC studio Today Show, the Radio City building and the Prometheus statue covered with gold leaf. The tour is led by an excellent and informative guide...More
This tour was incredible and Maple was the best. As a tour guide myself I admired her energy and passion. She knew so much and made our time with her so fun, definitely one of the highlights of visiting NYC. The whole tour took about...More
This is the iconic New York that so many visitors imagine before they visit—spectacular skyscrapers like the Chrysler Building and Empire State Building, iconic public buildings like Grand Central Terminal and the New York Public Library, and the non-stop hustle and bustle of the city streets. Fifth Avenue is a shopper's heaven where you can find every kind of store imaginable, with fashion brands ranging from the
affordable to the ultra-fancy. Visit the Rockefeller Center to experience towering Art Deco grandeur, and foodies will love the busy restaurants that stay open late in Koreatown. After dark, Midtown calms down a bit, but at any time of day or night it still feels 100% New York.
Hi X-tina2, The tour takes around 1.5hrs, so if sunset is around 19.40hrs - I'd allow 2hrs prior for the tour. At the end of the tour you get a priority lift to the top (the tour guide helps facilitate this which is a... More
Hi X-tina2, The tour takes around 1.5hrs, so if sunset is around 19.40hrs - I'd allow 2hrs prior for the tour. At the end of the tour you get a priority lift to the top (the tour guide helps facilitate this which is a bonus of doing the tour first) Enjoy the experience - it's amazing
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Sorry, can’t remember the address but easy to find via google, If you go into the reception in Rockefeller centre where you buy tickets for the top of the rock etc then they will guide you to a separate waiting area for the... More
Sorry, can’t remember the address but easy to find via google, If you go into the reception in Rockefeller centre where you buy tickets for the top of the rock etc then they will guide you to a separate waiting area for the tour. It is very well organised and you shouldn’t have any problems once you get to the reception desk.