Always filled with people, Rockefeller Center stretches for blocks. There is plenty to do here. In winter an outdoor cafe is ... More
Always filled with people, Rockefeller Center stretches for blocks. There is plenty to do here. In winter an outdoor cafe is transformed into an ice-skating rink. There is a shopping plaza with stores, restaurants, and bars. The GE Building at 30 Rockefeller Plaza houses NBC, which offers guided tours of its premises, as well as the Top of the Rock observation deck. Visitors can also take a tour of Radio City Music Hall on 50th Street at Sixth Avenue. In December, be sure to check out the enormous Christmas tree.
The Christmas Tree there is awesome, and the star, etc. Top of the Rock is a little expensive in my opnion. Wollman rink is also expensive. The NBC station there is nice. Nice places go eat and go shopping there. Radio City Hall was crowded but nice.
We didn't stay long. But it had alot of see. Of course the Ice Skating wasn't there. It was just a cafe. But the flags of different countries was nice. And we got to see alot of things near there. St. Patrick's We walked to from here and the NBC STUDIO's and the Today show we walked to. It was nice
it is sooooooooooo oh sooooooooooooo beautifu during winter. i encourage parents to take their kids there this winter. i know im going. stay at a five star hotel of ur choice. and on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day after your dinner, go there and explore. it will be one christmas vacation u will never ever oh never ever forget. remember Rockefeller Center is the place to be on Christmas.
I've been to the observation decks at Empire State Building and Top of the Rock (both twice) and I will honestly tell you that if you only have time to do one, go to the Top of the Rock. Same price, better experience. The elevator ride is awesome and the views are fantastic! There are 3 levels at Top of the Rock (only 1 at ESB) and the crowds are smaller. We walked by the ESB on our last trip about 9 PM and the line was round the block! We got straight up on both trips taken TOTR (October and June). You can't see Central Park from ESB, but the full park is able to be viewed from TOTR.
Loved the Center. NBC tour was the best part of our trip to NYC. The Center is clean and in the heart of all of the shopping.
The TODAY shows tapes live during the week and is a fun way to see the show live.
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