If you can purchase your tickets online you will save time lining up when you get to the centre. The rest of the wait was surprisingly good and were up the top in no time. There is quite a lot to do up the top...More
About Top of the Rock Observation Deck
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We decided to do only one skyscraper and chose the rock - a few people had said it was 'better' that the ESB. I can't compare to be fair having only done this but it was a good experience. When we went there were hardly...More
Lines moved fast. Plenty of room over three floors to view the city from all angles. Offers some history. No recommended for claustrophobic or those scared of heights and/or elevators. Day and night offer different but equally breathtaking experiences
The GE Building has a great 360 degree view on all the NY boroughs. Besides that, there are no waiting lines and at the top you can either take a look through the glass or walk up to the upper observation deck that has a...More
What a view. The city at its best, with a special front row seat in front of the Empire State Building. It's very expensive if you are a big family to go up there, but it's worth it.
I got some great pictures of New York City from Top of the Rock. They have a well organized queue. I liked the glass barriers as they give you a much better view of the city than the Empire State Building. It is also a...More
Magnificent! The best views of NYC skyline. Unobscured by fencing, etc. Much better than the Empire State Bldg observation deck. Two outside viewing areas. Inside viewing. Crowded, but worth every minute of the short wait and the crowds up top.
I have been to NYC a few times, but never had time to go to the Top of the Rock. I had been to the Empire State Building, though. I think I enjoyed Top of the Rock more because there is less hassle going through...More