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A Travel Blog entry by mrpeters from New York, New York, United States
We heard skyscrapers are famous in NYC, so to test this theory we decided to head to "Top of the Rock" observation deck in the GE building. This 70 storey building is 10th tallest in NYC, not a bad achievement. We ascended rapidly to Level 67. We ...
A Travel Blog entry by juliephilip from New York City, New York, United States
... liked!! Now that would normally be enough for a day, but not us!! Last night we prebooked ticket for the Top of the Rock Observation Deck. We much preferred it to the Empire State Building last year, but rather than going in daytime again, we ...
A Travel Blog entry by franpaul.os from Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada
... Zero - very sobering experience. We walked The Brooklyn Bridge (with the thousands), stood in Time Square, rode to the "Top of the Rock" observation deck & walked around Central Park, which was 5 min from our Hotel. We are now in ...
A Travel Blog entry by sugarstar from New York City, New York, United States
... , we re-boarded our bus and headed back toward Times Square through Chinatown. Our final stop on the tour was at the Top Of The Rock observation deck at the Rockerfella Centre. Our guide took us to the lobby and said goodbye to us while staff organized ...
A Travel Blog entry by brownsltd from Litchfield National Park, Northern Territory, Australia
... and the birds come and go with the seasons. We were lucky enough to have a Jabiru hovering just in front of the observation deck so we could clearly see its stunning features. By the time we had covered the park it was mid afternoon and we were ...
A Travel Blog entry by escapetherace from Auckland and chunks of the North Island, New Zealand
... monsoon-mode but that didn't stop us from traipsing down to SkyTower to catch a high-speed lift to an observation deck 1,000 feet above the metropolis. Once at the top the weather had changed in an iota, and as quickly as the rains came, they were gone. ...
A Travel Blog entry by kieron_mendez from New York City, New York, United States
... walked for about 7 hours – Central Park, American Museum of Natural History, Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Top of the Rock Observation Deck at Rockefeller Centre all conquered today. We used our New York City passes which gives us discounted ...
A Travel Blog entry by jasonandjamie from New York City, New York, United States
... it and walked straight onto an empty subway carriage. For a full city view, we headed up the Rockefeller Centre 'Top of the Rock' observation deck to check out the view after being told it was better than going up the Empire State building. And that ...
A Travel Blog entry by sarahandblairnz from New York City, New York, United States
... of visits to truly do it justice. Just before the rain started, we made it to the Rockefeller Building and up to The Top of the Rock observation deck. It was a bit hazy but great to get a birds eye view over the city. We looked straight across to the ...
A Travel Blog entry by rizandtash from New York City, New York, United States
... after this - he looked on the verge of a stroke. The next stop on our destinations in NY was the "top of the rock" - observation deck at the Rockefeller centre which we luckily timed at sunset so the views were phenomenal. Ryan even made ...
A Travel Blog entry by mish_brendan from New York City, New York, United States
... the most of the fine evening weather we then headed to the Rockefeller Centre where we made our way to the "Top of the Rock" observation deck. This gave us fantastic views across the city and was the perfect place to witness our final sunset in New ...
A Travel Blog entry by darlene.jessica from New York City, New York, United States
... hard. Jessica watch the show that night and it he used the same jokes. After that we headed to the "Top of the Rock" observation deck - 70 floors up with a 360 degree view of the city. The views were great. We headed ...
A Travel Blog entry by sarahelbadawy from New York, New York, United States
... went to Central Park to check out the gift shop. We met Mohamed again at The Rockafeller Center, as we planned to go to the observation deck. We had to go through security again but this time there was no audio tour :( we took the elevator up to the 67th ...
A Travel Blog entry by daysinnexec from North Bergen, New Jersey, United States
John D. Rockefeller, Jr. first opened the 70th floor Observation Deck atop 30 Rockefeller Plaza more than 70 years ago, to give something back to New Yorkers and their guests from around the world a place to appreciate and celebrate the city. Tons ...
A Travel Blog entry by mauro08 from Gibraltar, Gibraltar
... away, but he holds on and rifles them out. Lyn is embarrassed as Barbary Apes are running around the observation deck tearing open Crystal Light sticks and dumping the white sweet powder in their faces like pixie sticks. ...
A Travel Blog entry by oztrekkers from New York City, New York, United States
... the corner to The Rockefeller Centre and a visit to ‘Top of the Rock’ to see the amazing panoramic views from the 67th floor observation deck. The lift goes up to the 65th floor and it takes less than 30 seconds to get there! After this our ...
A Travel Blog entry by adam_and_kim from New York City, New York, United States
... for $40 skating can wait for another day as I'm not feeling particularly coordinated and decide it is time to see the 'top of the rock'. The observation deck at the top of the Rockerfeller centre. (the building famous for providing work during the great ...
A Travel Blog entry by amanda_escapes from Interlaken, Swiss Alps, Switzerland
... from Ice Age who got frozen in ice chasing his acorn. A few flights of stairs later, we were up on the main observation deck. The next part I really have to just let the pictures describe for themselves. The view rocked. After gawking outside for a ...
A Travel Blog entry by usa2010 from New York City, New York, United States
... store, where I picked up a few gifts for friends, family... and myself, I made my way to the entrance to the 'Top of the Rock' Observation Deck, which I could access free of charge using my City Pass, which has proved to be a great money saver. The ...
A Travel Blog entry by dave-paula from Highfields, Queensland, Australia
... of Liberty (if option selected) 8.5-hour tour includes lunch in Little Italy and admission to the Top of the Rock Observation Deck 8.5-hour Tour, Cruise and Observation Deck Departing from Midtown Manhattan, travel by coach through Times ...
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10900 Mayer Cemetery Rd, Burton, Texas, United States
... , rolling area with lots of tall trees and gardens on a small creek with bridges across. It has a unique rock ledge waterfall with an observation deck and many walking trails. It is very family and pet friendly and a great place for family reunions or for ...Traveler Rating
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30 Rockefeller Center , New York City, New York, United States15388 reviews
Top of the Rock Observation Deck, the newly opened, 3-tiered observation deck on the 67th, 69th and 70th floors of 30 Rockefeller Plaza, is New York City's most amazing attraction! The unforgettable experience includes a panoramic 360-degree, unobstructed ...