Planned with respect to sea liners and opened in 1933, this 70th-floor outdoor perception deck sits on 30 Rockefeller Plaza, the tallest high rise at the Rockefeller Center. Head of the Rock beats the Empire State Building on a few levels: it’s less packed, has more extensive perception decks (both open-air and indoor), and offers a perspective on the Empire State Building itself. Prior to climbing, an intriguing second-floor display gives an understanding of the amazing donor behind the craftsmanship deco complex.

On the off chance that you don’t have under-21s close behind, note that comparative perspectives can be had from the Rockefeller’s 65th-floor Bar SixtyFive… and you needn’t bother with a pass to Top of the Rock to get in.

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