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  2. Visit New York's Empire State Building | Empire State Building Buy Tickets Named the #1 Attraction in the U.S. by the 2022 Tripadvisor Travelers’ Choice Awards Buy Tickets Tonight's Lights SIGNATURE WHITE Open Today 11 A.M. – 9 P.M. 47 8 LIVE VIEWS OF NYC Reservations Are Required Unforgettable Exhibits

  3. Empire State Building | Height, Construction, History, & Facts

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    The Empire State Building is located in Midtown Manhattan, on Fifth Avenue at 34th Street. It remains one of the most distinctive and famous buildings in the United States and is one of the best examples of Modernist Art Deco design. At the time of its construction, there was fierce competition to win the title of tallest building in the world.

  4. Visit NYC's Landmark Attraction | Fun Things to Do | Empire State Building Buy Tickets Visit Home Visit VISIT THE EMPIRE STATE BUILDING Get all the information you need before you visit the Empire State Building. HOURS OF OPERATION Open Today 10 A.M. – 9 P.M. Buy Tickets Visit The Heart of NYC It’s New York’s can’t-miss experience.

  5. Facts & Figures | Empire State Building

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    It depends on how you measure it! At its top floor, the Empire State Building stands 1,250 feet (380 meters) tall. Counting the spire and antenna, the building clocks in at a mighty 1,454 feet (443 meters). It’s currently the 4th tallest building in New York City, the 6th tallest in the United States, and the 43rd tallest tower in the world.

  6. Empire State Building - Wikipedia

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    The Empire State Building is a 102-story Art Deco skyscraper in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. The building was designed by Shreve, Lamb & Harmon and built from 1930 to 1931. Its name is derived from "Empire State", the nickname of the state of New York antenna.

  7. Out of a list of many qualifying competitors, the iconic Empire State Building was awarded the #1 Attraction in the U.S. for travelers to visit, and #3 in the world overall. We are proud to provide the most authentic New York experience for our guests from around the world. Select your experience below. PLEASE NOTE: TICKET RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED

  8. Ticket Info & Offers | Empire State Building

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    An exclusive experience limited to 7 visitors per group, you’ll partner with an Empire State Building Observatory Ambassador for a 90-minute guided tour of the building and its incredible history. Enjoy VIP priority access throughout your visit and leave with a complimentary photograph. ALL VISITORS PRICE: $175

  9. Empire State Building Tickets & Info

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    Standing at 102 stories tall, the Empire State Building is located where 5th Avenue and West 34th Street collide. The name of the building is derived from the nick name for New York, which is also known as The Empire State. After its erection, the building was the tallest building in the world for longer than four decades.

  10. 10 Surprising Facts About the Empire State Building - HISTORY

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    The Empire State Building was primarily designed to house corporate offices, but it got off to a rocky start thanks to the 1929 stock market crash and the onset of the Great Depression. Less than...

  11. Empire State Building Live New York EarthCam

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    ESB Live Cam. Before you visit, get a sneak peek of New York City with our EarthCam views. Our ESB cam offers a front-and-center look at the Empire State Building, while our South View cam offers sweeping views of downtown Manhattan. Explore eye-catching moments in our highlights or click the camera icon to snap your own picture of the view and share it on Facebook and Twitter.