The famous Rockefeller Centre is an Art Deco NYC which features 19 commercial buildings which covering 22 acres of land, between 48th and 51st Streets in New York City. It is commissioned by the Rockefeller family and it located in the centre of Midtown Manhattan, which spans the area between Fifth Avenue and Sixth Avenue. In 1987, Rockefeller Centre was declared a national Historic Landmark.
It is home to many NY events which includes the lighting of the famous Rockefeller Centre Christmas Tree. Every year, this is broadcasted on live TV, around the world.
Rockefeller Centre, which was built in 1939, was the vision of the famous NY businessman and John D. Rockefeller, who used to give money to charity. This famous NYC landmark has been featured in many films and TV shows over the past hundred years. It is home to the famous NBC Studios and Saturday Night Live.
If you are visiting Rockefeller Centre, you have the opportunity to go back-stage and behind the scenes of some of the most popular TV shows in this one location.
With its beautiful art paintings of large walls, and serene statues, Rockefeller Centre is also a popular destination for art fans in NYC. If you are visiting New York City for the first time, Rockefeller Centre in Midtown Manhattan is a must-see attraction, which is surrounded by history and culture.
Rockefeller is a host for a few New York Pass attractions. If you are searching for a breath-taking view of New York City and beyond make sure to visit the Top of the Rock Observation Deck. By joining the Rockefeller Centre Tour you will also be learning more about the Rockefeller Centre. Additionally, you can also meet the Rockette at the Radio City Music Hall. The FDNY Firezone is a multimedia fire safety learning centre where people of all ages will have fun learning lifesaving lessons from one of New York’s Bravest.