It isn't as tall as the 380 metre Empire State Building, but its beautiful views are worth a visit.
A popular ice rink.
This area has much more to offer than people think. Erected by the most famous millionaire in history, the Rockefeller complex occupies three blocks between Fifth and Sixth Avenue. The most popular visit is to its entrance. Adorned with the Channel Gardens, it bustles with skaters on its ice rink in winter, and is filled with bright colours in the summer, overlooked by bronze statues. A visit to this complex will take you on a journey through one of the country’s most emblematic business empires. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to go up to the ‘Top of the Rock’, its top floor, which offers the most impressive view of the city after that of the Empire State Building. As it is less popular, the queues are usually much shorter and, although it isn’t as tall, the views are equally as impressive.