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Empire State Bldg


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350 5th Ave
New York County, NY 10118

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"IMHO, the Empire State Bldg is one of the key things to view in the NY skyline, so if you're on top of it, you really can't see it."  See More

"The apartment was tiny and basic and walking distance to the Flatiron District and the Empire State Bldg."  See More

"We hit most of the tourist spots;: Empire State Bldg Macy's Herald Square Statue of Liberty Central Park S SoHo Metropolitan Fish Market (dinner at the Catch, saw Cedric the entainer) Some of us took a cab to Harlem, ate at the famous Sylvia's and also visited The Apollo Theater We were busy, busy, busy."  See More

"For places to visit, you can always do the Empire State Bldg, but I really like going to the Top of The Rock If you go between 7am and 10am you can see them film the Today Show on the plaza."  See More

"The Broadway, Empire State Building, and Rockefeller Plaza are all in this area."  See More

"One World Trade Center, Empire State Bldg, 9/11 Memorial etc."  See More

"Empire State Bldg and/or Rockefeller Center's Top of The Rock"  See More

"Historic sites to see: Empire State Bldg, Ellis Island, Ground Zero, Times Square, Top of the Rock, Radio City Music Hall, Central Park, Little Italy, Chinatown New York, NBC (NY) Employees FCU, United Nations Headquarters, Unisphere, Central Park and Coney Island are a few :"  See More

"Depending on the day and if you can get into Manhattan quick enough you also might be able to do Empire State Bldg as they are open until 2am, get tickets in advance though!"  See More

"Choose Top of the Rock instead of the Empire State Bldg if you wan to avoid long lines and discomfort."  See More

"Top of the Rock is good, as you can get a picture of the Empire State Bldg from there."  See More

"The Top of the Rock or the Empire State Bldg."  See More

"It has close access to Times Square Rockefeller Plaza Empire State Bldg Museum of Modern Art, to name a few; as well as world-class shopping on Fifth Avenue, and lots of dining options (both casual and fine)."  See More

"Also visit Rockefeller Plaza, Empire State Bldg, Bryant Park, Chrysler Building, NBC Studio Tour."  See More

"Walk a few blocks south to the Empire State Bldg for a skyline 360 view of NY."  See More

"Last but not least, dedicate a day to walk 5th Ave, Times Square, pick a Broadway show (The Lion King is my favorite), Bryant Park, Rockefeller Plaza, Empire State Bldg, Museum of Modern Art and/or NBC Studio Tour ."  See More

"Day 1: took the open top bus and did the downtown and uptown tour and walked around Chinatown and got up to Empire State Bldg"  See More

"If you're intending to visit the Empire State Bldg, pick your time."  See More

"Skip the Empire State Bldg, Statue of Liberty, World Trade Center-- all too crowded and overrated."  See More

"Go to the Empire State Bldg at night-it's less crowded and beautiful."  See More

"Last but not least, dedicate a day to walk 5th Ave, Times Square, pick a Broadway show (The Lion King is my fav), Bryant Park, Rockefeller Plaza, Empire State Bldg, NBC Studio Tour, etc."  See More

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