Empire State Building Observatory
The Empire State Building Observatory is located on the 86th floor of the building, 1,050 feet above the streets of New York, and offers views of up to 80 miles away. The Empire State Building has been named a National Historic Landmark, and is one of the most visited icons in the city. When the weather is pleasant, visitors to the Empire State Building Observatory can step outside onto the outdoor promenade for an even more breathtaking experience. The building has been used for scenes in many movies, including An Affair to Remember and Sleepless in Seattle.
When you visit, you will find restaurants, stores, and the New York Skyride, a 'moving theater' that takes passengers on a ride and tour through the Big Apple. For a breathtaking--and 360-degree--view of the city, the Empire State Building observatory is the place to be.
|Empire State Building Observatory: General Admission Ticket – Must Be Redeemed by March 31, 2018|
|Available Now until 2/1/2019 View Detailed Schedule|
|A beacon for international and domestic tourists alike, the Empire State Building offers unmatched views of New York and neighboring states from its world-famous 86th and 102nd floor observatories all year long!|