Empire State Building at New York, United States

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Empire State Building Review

Empire State Building Welcome to one of the world most beautiful places. Fantastic way to get an aerial view of NYC. Got to the 86th floor outdoor observation deck to get a full panoramic view of the city. Would highly recommend going at night to see the city lit up. When we went the line moved very quickly and there was almost no waiting involved at all.

Like others have said, getting to see the history of how this iconic building was created added a lot to the experience and made you appreciate the building even more. MAKE SURE YOU HAVE YOUR VACCINATION CARD. They were adamant about not letting anyone in without first checking your vaccine card and ID. The whole experience is highly worth the admission price.

Obviously the Empire State Building is a must see/do in NYC. A few notes: the entry for viewing is off to the side of the building and not in the front where you may assume. The 102nd floor observatory is not really worth it. The views are better from the 86th floor. The attraction is handicap accessible. There are several checkpoints and bag checks upon entering so be prepared for that, not that it's an issue, but they did pull spray deodorant out my bag lol so maybe don't try to do this after a shopping trip when you're carrying several bags. Plenty of shopping in this area, so hit up 5th avenue while you're in the area.

I initially considered the $47.91 (total) of the Empire State Building tickets to be a bit pricey for this attraction. But the Empire State Building turned out to offer such a modern, updated, state-of-the-art experience that, in the end, I felt I more than received my money's worth. So I think it's still cheapest places to travel if compared with what I get there. This is one of the best places to travel. Good for travel blogger and travel photography person.

The video presentations throughout the building were high-quality, and there were many exciting, unique photo opportunities throughout the experience. I particularly enjoyed the hall of celebrities that have visited the Empire State Building throughout the years, as well as the King Kong section featuring a fun photo opportunity in which it appears one is wrapped up in Kong's giant paw. And, of course, that view from the 86th floor. WOW! It really feels like you are on top of the world! I think I could stand up there all day and dream.

The Empire State Building provides an unforgettable premium experience, and I will gladly pay the price to visit again with others the next time I find myself back in NYC.

If you want to learn the history of the Empire State Building and the amazing stories that go along with it, you should take this tour. (If you just want a few selfies at the top, then just buy tickets to the observation deck.) We bought tickets for the 6pm tour and it was perfect because it ended by watching the sun set over the city. But before that, we had a wonderful guide who told us so many interesting stories and took us to many places in the building that aren’t available to the general public. This was probably our favorite part of our NYC trip this year. It was a little pricey but worth every penny.

Reviewed by Daniel G.

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How to Get to Empire State Building

Here is how you can get there:

  • By car (most of people prefer to travel by car).
  • By train.
  • Walking.
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Direction to Empire State Building

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Open Hours of Empire State Building

Here is the open hours:

Monday      >> 00:00 AM - 02.00 AM and 08.00 AM - 11.59 PM
Tuesday      >> 00:00 AM - 02.00 AM and 08.00 AM - 11.59 PM (1st Busiest Time)
Wednesday>> 00:00 AM - 02.00 AM and 08.00 AM - 11.59 PM
Thursday    >> 00:00 AM - 02.00 AM and 08.00 AM - 11.59 PM
Friday          >> 00:00 AM - 02.00 AM and 08.00 AM - 11.59 PM (2nd Busiest Time)
Saturday     >> 00:00 AM - 02.00 AM and 08.00 AM - 11.59 PM (3rd Busiest Time)
Sunday        >> 00:00 AM - 02.00 AM and 08.00 AM - 11.59 PM
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Before and After Visiting Empire State Building

Before visiting Empire State Building, you can visit The High Line.

After visiting Empire State Building, you can visit Grand Central Terminal.

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Contact Center of Empire State Building

20 West 34th Street (between 5th & 6th Avenue), New York, Ny 10118, New York City, United States
(+1) 212-736-3100


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