Rockefeller Center is a 19-building commercial complex between 48th and 51st street in New York City. It serves as a massive center of entertainment, art, history, shopping, and much more. Rockefeller Center is one of the most popular tourist destinations in America.
Visit the ice rink before Thanksgiving and Christmas to avoid the crowds. On Thanksgiving go between 9am and noon or expect a one- to two-hour wait.
Covering 22 acres, Rockefeller Center is a complex of 19 commercial buildings that was built during the 1930s.
World Famous. Always on the bucket list! Don't forget about the skating rink! Open Oct to Apr! How cool to say that you skated at the Rock!
This is one of my favorite places in NYC to walk around and window shop. I've even had the chance to perform here a few times! Def a classic NY spot!
On Earth Day today, I was here to take a ride in NYC's first all-electric taxi.
Go to the Top of the Rock observation deck for magnificent views over Central Park. Also, get there early for the famous “lighting of the tree” in early December!
the best place to get a view on NYC. 1000x better than going to the Empire State Building.
Need a break? Let kids loose in the Nintendo World Store (10 Rockefeller Plaza) or Lego Store (620 Fifth Ave.) Powered by ParentsConnect.com
Come to watch the ice skating
Top of the Rock has stunning views.
Today, I was here with the Public Art Fund to unveil Ugo Rondinone's "Human Nature" art exhibit.
Go to Midtown at 7am to see The Today Show being taped or get there early, claim your space in the southeast corner behind the anchorʼs desk, and get taped to be on live TV yourself.
What’s a stay in NYC without a visit to 30 Rock?
During the holidays, the tree radiates Christmas spirit throughout Rockefeller Center. Whether you’re skating or just watching, the ice rink is lots of frozen fun!
Need to see the tree once in your life. It's awesome.
You would think a classy place like Rockefeller center would have nice public restroom but no in fact there one peg above Penn stations restroom
Come watch the tree :-)
"This is not just a cluster of buildings in New York City: it is a national symbol of distinguished corporate design, far and away the finest grouping of skyscrapers ever built." Paul Goldberger
Have breakfast at Café Edison, located between Broadway & 7th Avenue.
Barbie is a huge fan of the holidays, so of course we made a trip to see the tree and go ice skating. We held hands the entire night, even when we slipped on the ice and fell!
Enjoy two magnificent views over Central Park and the Empire State Building without the crowd usually encountered at the later.
Every tourist wants another to take a photo. Be on queue to be taken a photo.
Concourse is great for people-watching. Seating abundant as are food/drink options.
NYC Greenmarket: Located at Rockefeller Center, North Plaza. Open Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays 7/24/13 - 8/23/13 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Take the NBC Studios Tour.
Christmas Tree there is always a magical New York experience. But the crowds during that time are insane! We crossed to the other side of Fifth Ave in order to see it away from the huge crowd.
Had great time there.. totally recommended
Tree lights this week!!! Watch out for Holiday Heros!!!
Just look at that view
Go ice skating!
Made the obligatory trip to see 'the tree' - and it's gorgeous. Everything is so 'Christmasy', it instantly puts you in a happy mood.
get red mango at NBC experience store.
Véritable complexe au cœur de Midtown, c'est ici que trône le fameux sapin de New York et la célèbre patinoire. Profitez en! :)
Забирайтесь на самый верх по лестнице, там нет стёкол, меньше людей и захватывающее вид. И ещё попробуйте посмотреть на ночные огни сверху.
Montez au Top Of The Rock un peu avant le coucher du soleil pour profiter de la vue de jour et de nuit. Vue superbe sur New-York et sur l'Empire State Building. A faire absolument, mais c'est 20$.