NYC 360 SKYLINE shot from Top of The Rock Observatory, New York City Panorama. Featuring the best of Midtown NYC Skyscrapers in a swirling metropolis cityscape.
SHOT FROM ROCKEFELLER CENTER looking downtown south towards the New York Harbor. Highlighting the Manhattan city view from East to West, from the East River to the Hudson River, with One World Trade Center, the Statue Of Liberty and Ellis Island in the New York Harbor in the distance. Building highlights include the spirals of Bank of America Tower and 4 Times Square, the W.R. Grace building, Mercantile Building, 500 Fifth Avenue, gold top NY Life Building, MetLife, 383 Madison Avenue, Chrysler Building, and so many more – with the top tourist attractions, the famous Empire State Building featured top center.
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Famous Skyscrapers Of New York City
NYC’s 10 most popular skyscrapers. Come and take a walk with us as we explore 10 famous New York City skyscrapers, old and modern, tall and taller. We’ll start in Lower Manhattan and proceed up north towards Midtown. Here is a link to the map if you would like to follow along. Some of these skyscrapers have observation decks. Find out which observation deck in New York is best.
Whether you’re appreciating one of the city’s best views or visiting some of the great attractions chances are you’ve been awe-struck by these buildings which stand out from the usual towers that crowd the stunning skyline. Unlike most New Yorkers, these icons don’t mind if you stare, so go ahead and look up all you want.
The 10 best New York City skyscrapers: 40 Wall Street (1930) One World Trade Center (2014) Gehry New York (2011) Woolworth Building (1913) The Flatiron Building (1902) Metropolitan Life Tower (1909) New York Life Building (1928) Empire State Building (1931) The Chrysler Building (1930) 30 Rockefeller Center (1933)
Tip: Entry to both the Empire State Building and Top of the Rock are included for free with the City Pass and New York Pass.
Rockefeller Center is a vast entertainment and shopping complex in the middle of Manhattan, and home to NBC-TV and radio and other media. There is an outdoor skating rink which is incredibly popular in winter. At Christmas a huge tree stands out front. Inside are shops, restaurants, and an observation deck. In front of the International Building is a famous sculpture of Atlas. The centerpiece is the 70-storey RCA Building, a slender, towering structure that offers views of midtown Manhattan. If you are looking for a place to see the city skyline, try the Top of the Rock Observation Deck.The "deck" includes three floors, located on 67th, 69th, and 70th floors. There are both indoor and outdoor viewing spaces, which are open to the public day and night. Buy your Top of the Rock Observation Deck Ticket in advance to make sure you don't miss out. These tickets come with a flexible voucher redemption policy so you can change the date if your plans change or the weather doesn't cooperate.
Top of the Rock® Observation Deck & Rockefeller Center
Whether it’s peeking in on NBC’s Today show, cheering for Radio City Music Hall’s dancing Rockettes, or spinning on an ice rink presided over by Prometheus himself, visitors to Rockefeller Center have plenty to do.
What to Do
After taking in the sights below — and exploring some of the 24 acres (9.7 hectares) of underground shops and restaurants — those wanting a different view head to the Top of the Rock® observation deck. Perched more than 800 feet (244 meters) above ground level and spanning three floors, the deck offers 360-degree views of the city.
What to See
With three floors of indoor and outdoor observation decks you'll have great views of many of New York's sights, especially if you use the sightseeing binoculars. On the 67th floor you can see the Radiance Wall, a wall of glass panels, blown glass, crystal clusters, and fiber-optic lighting created by Swarovski.