New York City’s Rockefeller Center

The Rockefeller Center is host to several famous New York hotspots including the historic GE Building, Radio City Music Hall, lovely Channel Gardens, and the Rockefeller Center skating rink.

Rockefeller Center

5th and 7th Avenues and 47th and 52nd Streets
Open Daily from 9:00 A.M to 5:00 P.M.
Phone: (212) 632-3975
Admission: Free

Guided Public Tours:

Adults $12
Children Ages (6-12) $10
Senior Citizens $10
Groups (10 or more tourists) $10 each

Children under 6 years of age are not allowed on public tours. Tours will be conducted during all weather conditions. An indoor route for the tour is available during extreme weather conditions. The tour lasts between 11/2 hours. Tickets for the tour are sold on a first come basis. Tours will be conducted every 30 to 60 minutes depending upon demand.

The Rockefeller Center is located in the center of New York’s midtown and is within comfortable walking distance from Times Square. From Grand Central Station, take subway line number six to 51st Street and Lexington Avenue. The Rockefeller Center is just a short walk west towards 5th Avenue.

The John D. Rockefeller Center is a great tourist attraction that boasts fine dining, upscale shopping facilities, and loads of entertainment. The Center has well over twenty five restaurant establishments. Popular attractions include the NBC Studios and the famous Rockefeller Center Christmas tree. The tree is a must-see for most tourists in winter. You’ll also have the chance to view the beautiful artwork of Frank Brangwyn and Jose Maria Sert. The interesting and educational tour will include information on the history and story behind the Rockefeller Center. Learn why the Rockefeller Center is often called the city within a city.

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