Empire State Building’s Regular Admission ticket

This Empire State Building ticket is your pass to the 86th floor observatory.

Empire State Building’s regular entry ticket is the cheapest and most popular way to see the fantastic 360-degree views of New York from its observatory.

Not only can you see the 86th floor observation deck, but you can also explore the Interactive Museum on the 2nd Floor.

With the help of this Empire State Building ticket, you can skip the ticket counter line.

However, you must queue up for the security and elevator lines.

You can listen to the free audioguide available in 9 languages along the way and make the most of your visit.

You can cancel your ticket free of cost 24 hours in advance of your visit.

Here’s what the regular ESB ticket allows you to see:

  • The 86th floor observatory (of course!)
  • The 80th floor exhibits – include The Site in 1920s, Kong, Celebrities Galore, Otis Elevators, Modern Marvel, Opening Day, NYC: Above and Beyond and many more.
  • Grand Staircase – which is a two-storey model of the architecture of the building 
  • Art deco lobby – which will be a sight during your exit and is a representation of the art deco style of design of the building 

Cost of regular ticket

Adult ticket (13 to 61 years): $48
Senior ticket (62+ years): $46
Children ticket (6 to 12 years): $41
Infant ticket (up to 5 years): Free entry

Note: If you buy this ticket, you can upgrade to the 102 floor observatory at the venue. The other ticket options are 86th and 102nd floor ticket, Express Entry ticket, Sunrise Experience, Day & Night ticket and the Guided Tour of Empire State Building.

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