Where: 5th Avenue & 34th Street
Opening Hours: Daily from 8:00 am to 2:00 am or
Open 365 year round from 8 am to 2 am
The last elevator up is at: 1:15 AM.
Activity: 360 Panoramic Views
Special events: During the summer months you will find live music being played
between 9:30 pm and midnight on Thursdays, Fridays, and
The Empire State Building is a skyscraper located at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and 34th Street in Manhattan, its name derives from the nickname of New York State. Being in one of its observatories, it is one of the best experiences you can live in your visit to New York City. There are observatories on 86th and 102nd floors which provide unforgettable 360° views of New York City and beyond.
The Empire State Building is the most famous skyscraper of New York. It is located at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and 34th Street in Manhattan, its name derives from the nickname of New York State. To be one of the lucky visitors of its observatories is one of the best experiences you can live on your visit to New York City. On the 86th and 102th floor there are observatories that offer unforgettable 360 degree views of new York city and beyond.
The building is open every day; the last elevator lifts up at 1:15am. Tickets for the 102nd floor must be purchased in person or online purchase (keep in mind if you choose the online purchase, you should pick the tickets up the day of the visit). For sports lovers, each year there's a race to the top that takes place; the record is in 9 minutes 33 seconds, scaling 1,576 stairs. This event is held once a year in February.
The building remains open all year round. The last elevator to the top will leave at 1:15 am. for those of you who want to see the city at night time. Tickets for the 102nd floor can be purchased online, or in person. Please note that if you choose an online purchase, you have to claim the tickets on the day of the visit. For sport lovers, Each year a race is carried out to the top of the building. The record of 9 minutes 33 seconds was registered by someone climbing up 1,576 stairs. This event is held once a year in February.
Empire State Building
· If you want to avoid the queue, purchase your tickets online.
· Kids 5 and under are admitted free of charge
· You can buy tickets in the corner of the Empire State Express to avoid waiting in long lines. However, it may be slightly more
expensive than usual.
· For fun, come Thursday through Saturday, from 9:00 pm – 1 am to listen live saxophonist playing pleasant romantic music.
· The building was designated a National Historic Monument. Its tower changes color at an special event or commemorating a
special event. If during your visit you see the tower with a special color and want to know what event is taking place, check the
This shopping center is very well located, close to the attractions such as the Empire State Building, Madison Square Garden, Macys the largest department store of the world and the 34th street where are the majority of the famous shops; clear that in winter and with cold below zero degrees Celsius that better to be able to make purchases under a single roof and heated; The Manhattan Mall account with several stores that have gateways of interconnection that facilitate travel between the shops. Is located at the top of the train station of Herald Square, the largest shop in Manhattan Mall is the store of Stern. Others include Ann Taylor, Nine West and JC Penney, Express, etc. It was created with the announcement that launched the JC Penney retailer where reported that would open a store, this shopping center, 150, 000 square feet. Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday from 09 am. to 09:30 PM and Sundays from 10 AM.to 8:30 PM.
Macys is the largest department store of the world with 11 floors, it has fashion articles for home and you will find clothing from the best designers, and demonstrations about how to cook. In addition this shop makes great events such as the famous parade of thanksgiving, the spectacular fireworks on July 4th and the show of the flowers, among others. For shopping lovers you can find good promotions, don't forget to bring your passport you will get a 10% discount on most of their purchases and has a maturity of thirty days; just go to the visitor center, to get there, go to the main door of sixth avenue and walk left up to the second floor and reclaim the tourist card; you can also check the newspapers constantly where you will find coupons for the 10 or 15 percent of additional discount. Macys is located between 34th and 35th on sixth avenue. Is very easy to get to this spectacular shop, most of the train lines makes a stop at the 34th, you can also reach Pen Station that carried the lines 1, 2 and 3.
The schedule of the Library, Store and Museum are:
Tuesday through Thursday
10:30 - 17:00pm
Friday: 10:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Saturday: 10:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Sunday: 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Closed on Mondays
Admission: Ticket Required
Free on Fridays
19:00 pm - 21:00 pm
Located a Few Steps from Penn Station Central Station and the Morgan Museum. it's a place of the great exhibition of works of art, literature and music, one of the Great Historic Places in New York, and the UN wonderful place to have dinner, shop and attend to an ONU concert or a movie, it's a museum and research library.
It was founded in 1906 in order to store the private John Pierpont Morgan Library. It houses a huge collection of rare books and manuscripts, besides drawings and Other Rare pieces. The collection Began As A labor of love for The Financer JP Morgan and has continued expanding and growing in recent years. The library has one of the firsts printed Bibles, including three Gutenberg Bibles. In 1924, JP Morgan´s son transformed the library into a public institution. The building inside decorated with polychrome. It has a Rotunda which leads to three public rooms, which were originally Morgan's private study, the office of librarian and the library itself. The rotunda itself has a vaulted ceiling with murals and plasterwork Inspired by Raphael, the study of Morgan, now the West Library has been called, "one of the greatest achievements of Interior Decoration of America" while the Oriental library has triple rows of shelves. Today, the Library is formed by a complex of buildings that serve as further Museum and Research Center.
There is a free excursion at 14:00 from Tuesday to Sunday, offering a wide view of the collection and an explanation of the museum, If toy can't join to the ONU tour, Security guards can tell you some important details and some that may be overlooked.
Enjoy a unique experience at Morgan when you have dinner at El Comedor The original Morgan family. Pencils, notebooks are permitted; Sit on the floor to draw or take notes is not allowed.
Flash photography are not allowed in public spaces, exceptions may occur. Photography is not permitted in any of the rooms for Special Exhibitions. Video recording is not permitted in the museum. Visitors cant use the Cell Phones throughout the museum.
This is an average Price; it changes according to each event. The Jacob K. Javits Convention Center is home to many major conventions, fairs, performances of consumption and special events, there is no better scenario to produce, exhibit and attend an event that the Javits Center, located at the west side of Manhattan, can be divided into six different autonomous rooms, with a capacity of 85,000 visitors, it is estimated that more than 3,000,000 people visit it every year, she has a glass fronted lobby located the altitude of 150 meters, commonly known as Crystal Palace. There is an auditorium, so you can accommodate 2,500 people. With all the latest-generation technology as required by the special events that occur there, the entire installation is equipped with Wi-Fi enabled and those who wish to consume foods can do so within the establishments that are located within the Center, for a cup of good coffee or a nice drink should visit the facilities of Starbucks or Nathan. To get to the center it is best to use the underground trains or taxis, however, it is possible to go on foot from the center as it is within walking distance of the shops and hotels. The center remains open to visitors from 9am to 5:30pm, does not have its own parking, the people who visit generally must spend $30 to $50 in parking ticket in Javits Center, offers services for the disabled with ramps on sidewalks and automatic doors, in addition a limited number of wheelchairs are available for those who require this service. One of the events more assisted by locals and tourists the show car that is carried out each year during the spring.
Madison Square Garden is The World's Most Famous Arena, it's located in Manhattan and has a capacity for 20,000 people. The multi-purpose indoor arena is located between Seventh and Eighth Avenues from 31st to 33rd streets, above Pennsylvania Station. It is the most well-known sports stadium in the city. It stands out for its form of a cylinder. Madison Square Garden serves as the headquarters of three professional teams, the New York Knicks basketball team, the New York Rangers hockey team and the New York Liberty women's basketball team. This arena is also used for boxing, concerts, ice shows, circuses and any forms of sports and entertainment. The theater of Madison Square Garden has between 2,000 and 5,600 seats, it's also used for concerts, meetings, fashion shows and graduation ceremonies.
The best way to visit Madison Square Garden is to attend a concert or show, or you could also take the guided tour to get access locker rooms, and balconies, among other things. To get to the Madison Square Garden take any train to 34th St. Penn Station.
The James A. Farley Post Office Building is the main post office building in New York City Its ZIP code designation is 10001, located on 8th Avenue between 31st and 33rd street, It is an impressive building that was built in 1913, The main façade occupies two blocks, and has a grand staircase where 20 classic columns rest, the building is famous for bearing the inscription: "Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds." The building also called A.
Farley Building currently is not used in its entirety as a post office, which was open to the public 24 hours a day, seven days a week, but due to the economic crisis, its windows began to close down at 9:00 PM Inside the visitor is welcomed with an uninterrupted view of the long gallery that is parallel to the façade. The north end of the gallery shows a small museum of postal history. It was declared a monument of the City of New York in 1966, and was fundamental to the maintenance of services in the city during the terrorist attacks of September 11 2001 when it served as a backup to the operations across the street from Word Trade Center.
Herald Square is formed by the intersection of Broadway avenues, Sixth and 34th Street in Manhattan. The name of a famous newspaper provine New York Herald, which is out of print. The intersection is one block consisting of two sections Square Herald, Square, north and south Greeley Square. Herald Square is where the Macy's parade featuring Thanksgiving Day broadcast nationally by NBC ends each year. In Herald Square is a huge mechanical watch whose mechanical structures was built in 1895. The monument, consisting of the goddess of wisdom, Minerva, with owls in front of a bell, protected by two ringers. The bell of the monument was designed to beep every hour. Since 1992, Greeley Square and Herald Square provide health and security services, also maintains a program of horticulture and gardening, Today these areas are off to the thousands of shoppers flood the neighborhood are a dining room for the thousands of workers at the center of this area office, and as a stage for product launches, musical performances, and photo shoots and movies.