Rockefeller Center

★★★★★
A largely commercial complex that provides year-round art, greenery and entertainment.
  • 30 Rockefeller Plz 65

    New York, NY 10012

    Cross street: Between 48th Street and 49th Street

    Map & Directions
  • 212-632-3975

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Daily 9:30am-5pm

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i went to nyc for the week with my school, so i was mostly with friends but the radio city hall was really tiring! i'm really fit and all but all that walking around wasn't too fun.. we seen the hall, met a rockette, and pretty much

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i went to nyc for the week with my school, so i was mostly with friends but the radio city hall was really tiring! i'm really fit and all but all that walking around wasn't too fun.. we seen the hall, met a rockette, and pretty much

Pros: nbc studio tours, interesting shops!

Cons: lots of walking around during the radio city music hall , going in large groups of people you know would make both tours more interesting

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Today Show- Definately recommend going to the plaza to see this if you can. We only stayed for 30 minutes but got to see Matt Lauer, Meredith, etc along with a few celebrities. Overall a fun experience.\r
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Today Show- Definately recommend going to the plaza to see this if you can. We only stayed for 30 minutes but got to see Matt Lauer, Meredith, etc along with a few celebrities. Overall a fun experience.\r
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Don't miss out on the opportunity to go ice skating outside Rockefeller Center. At first you'll think this seems lame but once you start and are looking up at the buildings you'll realize that this is pretty cool. Now, I hadn't been ice

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Don't miss out on the opportunity to go ice skating outside Rockefeller Center. At first you'll think this seems lame but once you start and are looking up at the buildings you'll realize that this is pretty cool. Now, I hadn't been ice

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Boy do I feel like a sucker. I was told that the tour would last a hour and a half. Well, it did, however most of that time was spent waiting for elevators and listening to lame pre-recorded video of the history of NBC studios. For the

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Boy do I feel like a sucker. I was told that the tour would last a hour and a half. Well, it did, however most of that time was spent waiting for elevators and listening to lame pre-recorded video of the history of NBC studios. For the

Cons: waiting for elevators, dont see all studios

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Stick to the NBC tour! A friend and I went on the Rockefeller Center Tour (a tour of all of the buildings that make up Rockefeller Center). Our tour guide was a bit not with it. While she provided some interesting information, it was

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Stick to the NBC tour! A friend and I went on the Rockefeller Center Tour (a tour of all of the buildings that make up Rockefeller Center). Our tour guide was a bit not with it. While she provided some interesting information, it was

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I called NBC tickets in Febuary after going to a Conan show in January. For tickets for this comming up friday. I called and reserved the tickets and they never came in the mail. Usually you get them a month before in the mail. And a week

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I called NBC tickets in Febuary after going to a Conan show in January. For tickets for this comming up friday. I called and reserved the tickets and they never came in the mail. Usually you get them a month before in the mail. And a week

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If you can get tickets to a taping, you have to go!

It was such a cool experience. It is amazing how much bigger the cameras can make this studio appear on TV.

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If you can get tickets to a taping, you have to go!

It was such a cool experience. It is amazing how much bigger the cameras can make this studio appear on TV.

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The History
In 1929, John D. Rockefeller leased the site on which the center sits from Columbia University, with plans to revitalize the area with office buildings and a new home for the Metropolitan Opera. After plans for the…

 

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