Rockefeller Center is a complex founded in 1929 that brings together nineteen commercial buildings and is home to Radio City Music Hall and NBC headquarters. Considered a National Historic Landmark, it gives you the best view of the city from the Top of The Rock Observation Deck and is the stage of various events, making it a favorite spot for both tourists and locals.
At the Rockefeller Center you’ll find Atlas, the most popular bronze statue in the complex, and besides the events that it frequently hosts, you’ll also find the best and most varied brands at Rockefeller Center (Michael Kors, LEGO, Ann Taylor, Coach...), along with some of the restaurants and cafes that Americans enjoy most (Subway, Starbucks, Dunkin 'Donuts, Jamba Juice, Pret a Manger, the Sea Grill...).
Did you know that you can visit Radio City Music Hall? Or that you can enjoy a different perspective of the entire Rockefeller Center if you choose the tour that takes you back 80 years, guiding you through its evolution until today? Rockefeller Center is a world waiting to be discovered by you!
Cool Tip: In the winter, the complex’s main square is transformed into a huge ice rink where you can go skating.