Head for the 86th floor of New York's most famous tower and enjoy the outdoor observation deck with its spectacular views of the city.
Discover one of New York's most iconic landmarks with our general admission ticket, which will get you to the observation deck in record time.
Inaugurated in 1931, the Empire State Building was for a long time the tallest building in the world. It’s a well-known icon in popular culture, having appeared in several films, books, and series. The building is a must-see attraction for all lovers of American culture.
Its art deco-style lobby will be the first stop of your visit. From there, you will be able to take in several exhibitions, starting with one showcasing the construction of the tower almost 90 years ago. Another exhibition focuses on the skyscraper's recent renovation, in part aimed at reducing the tower's environmental footprint. It’s an opportunity for visitors to discover the techniques that have reduced the building's total energy consumption by 38%. These are two exhibitions that will interest both young and old, with simple and fun explanations.
Then climb to the 86th floor of the tower, to enjoy an exceptional panoramic view of the city of New York. You can also download the free "Empire State Building Guide” app, with valuable information about the building. Take advantage of the free Wi-Fi in the lobby to download it. The guide is available in eight different languages.
Wait for your official ticket and then go straight to the Empire State Building
Entry is free entry for children under the age of 6 / €28.57 for children under the age of 13
The Empire State Building is open daily from 8.00am to 2.00am. Last entry of the day is at 1.15am.
Tickets are valid for any day of the month selected during your booking.
Peak hours for the Empire State Building are between
All visitors must go through the security control point to access the observation deck. Your General Admission ticket does not let you avoid this necessary step.
The Empire State Building has access for disabled people. Guide dogs and both motorized and non-motorized wheelchairs are allowed.
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