The Empire State Building in New York City has a public entrance on 5th Avenue, between 33rd and 34th Streets. This is one of the most recognizable buildings in the world. The Empire State Building is a National Historic Landmark. It is open 365 days a year, from 8AM to 2AM. The last elevator goes up at 1:15 AM. You can save time standing in line if you purchase online tickets to the Empire State Building. This way you can skip to the head of the line, once you’ve passed security.
The Empire State Building has an observatory with panoramic views. It rises 1,050 ft above the city and offers an enclosed pavilion with the open air promenade that offers spectacular views of the industrialized New York skyline. South of the Empire State Building, the view includes the Flatiron Building, Woolworth Building, the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and Downtown Manhattan. To the North, you’ll see the MetLife Building, the GE building, and St Patrick’s Cathedral. On the east side, you can see the United Nations Headquarters, the CitiCorp building and the Triboro bridge. To the west you can view the Madison Square Garden sports entertainment complex. Many businesses seek office space in or around the Empire State Building.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Don’t miss a trip to the Empire State Building because it offers a selection of activities for visitors. On this site you will find two restaurants, a sushi bar, three coffee shops, a drug store, a Hallmark card shop, a post office and two banks. Besides all the restaurants and entertainment options in the surrounding area, there is also the popular New York SKYRIDE simulator, which provides a virtual tour of the city of New York.
There are several airports serving the New York City area. Most of these airports are located within an hour’s cab ride of the Empire State Building. The three major airports serving New York City include John F. Kennedy International Airport, LaGuardia Airport, and Newark Liberty International Airport. All three airports are operated by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
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