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July 13, 2017

Visit New York: Top of the Rock


The Top of the Rock is an option ticket on the New York CityPASS.

We arrived at the Rockefeller Center on a Saturday morning just before 8:30am.  We stood in a very short line to exchange our CityPASS tickets for the next available time slot, which was fortunately at 8:30am.  The Top of the Rock admits guests on a timed ticketing system. You can request a future time-slot of your choice, based on availability, at any time within the 9-day CityPASS validity period.   

Once we got our tickets, went through security, and rode up a very cool Sky Shuttle (elevator), we were eager to soak in the majestic views from the three different levels of observation decks.

From the Top of the Rock, we had incredible views of the city, including Central Park, the Empire State Building, 432 Park Avenue (the largest residential building in the world), the Chrysler Building, and so many other points of interest.





Observation decks are located on the 67th, 69th, and 70th floors.  The 70th floor has no metal or glass enclosures, offering unobstructed viewing.


There are interactive exhibits and displays, as well as a theater, but the views are really what people spend most of their time on.

The views are simply stunning!



Top of the Rock
Rockefeller Center
30 Rockefeller Plaza
New York, NY 10020
(212) 698-2000



Mahalo to CityPASS for the New York CityPASSes!

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