If you are not on a budget holiday, you should opt for the Empire State Building ticket which gets you access to both the 86th and 102nd floor observatories.
After the glass elevators take you to the iconic Empire Stae Building 86th floor observatory, hop on for another ride for the best experience of your life.
Situated at 381 meters (1,250 feet), the 102nd-floor observatory is the highest visitors can go in the Empire State Building.
The 102nd floor observation deck offers a floor-to-glass 360-degree view of almost six states.
When finally on top of the Empire State Building, you will understand why the New York’s skyline view is so sought after.
Don’t miss out on the exhibits after your one-of-a-kind experiences at both the observatory decks.
Why this ticket is worth it
- A clear panoramic view that goes up to 80 miles (129 kms)
- Access to both, the 86th and 102nd floor decks (something which a lot of people miss out on)
- Access to the 2nd floor interactive exhibits that peek into the history of the building
Cost of Main Deck and Top Deck tickets
Adult ticket (13 to 61 years): $68
Senior ticket (62+ years): $65
Children ticket (6 to 12 years): $62
Infant ticket (up to 5 years): Free entry
Important: On the ticket booking page, you can upgrade your 86th and 102nd floor observatory experience by opting for the Express tickets. It costs $111 for all visitors six years and older.
Note: The Regular Empire State Building Entry ticket, is the cheapest and most popular way to explore the iconic building of USA. The other ticket options are the Express Entry ticket, Sunrise Experience, Day & Night ticket, and the Guided Tour of Empire State Building.
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