NYC: Empire State Building Tickets & Skip-the-Line

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Step into the clouds and discover breathtaking vistas from the highest elevated spot in New York City - the 86th floor. Here, you'll be treated to a stunning 360-degree panorama that stretches across an astonishing six states. But if you're seeking the ultimate thrill, take it up a notch with the 102nd floor combo ticket, offering an even more electrifying experience.


Immerse yourself in the iconic Empire State Building experience, where breathtaking 360-degree views of New York City await. Choose from a standard ticket to the 86th-floor outdoor observation deck or upgrade to a combo ticket, granting access to the newly renovated 102nd floor, boasting floor-to-ceiling windows that will leave you awestruck. As you soar 1,054 feet high, take in the stunning vistas of the city and beyond. The Empire State Building's latest renovation offers an unforgettable journey through its rich history, from its construction to its status as a cultural phenomenon. Delve into the building's fascinating story through interactive exhibits, including the Grand Staircase with a two-story architectural model, and explore the site's transformation from the 1920s to the present day. Be captivated by exhibits showcasing the building's iconic status in popular culture, including its appearances in films like King Kong. The 80th floor is also home to an impressive array of art exhibitions. Before you leave, be sure to admire the building's majestic Art Deco Fifth Avenue lobby. The 86th Floor Observation Deck, the highest open-air observatory in New York, offers a unique experience, complete with heaters to keep you cozy. And, as the most Instagrammed landmark in the USA, you'll want to capture the moment forever. To enhance your experience, enjoy a complimentary downloadable multimedia guide, available in nine languages. This innovative app features videos, image galleries, interactive quizzes, and maps highlighting nearby attractions. As you exit this iconic building, take one last glance at the stunning Art Deco lobby.

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