Attractions

Viewpoint in Financial District & Lower Manhattan

One World Observatory

Spanning levels 100 to 102 of the highest building in the western hemisphere, One World Observatory offers dazzling views from its sky-high perch. Choose a clear day and expect to see all five boroughs and some surr…
Viewpoint in Midtown

Top of the Rock

Designed in homage to ocean liners and opened in 1933, this 70th-floor open-air observation deck sits atop the GE Building, the tallest skyscraper at the Rockefeller Center. Top of the Rock beats the Empire State Bu…
Viewpoint in Brooklyn

Brooklyn Heights Promenade

All of the east–west lanes of Brooklyn Heights (such as Clark and Pineapple Sts) lead to the neighborhood’s number-one attraction: a narrow park with breathtaking views of Lower Manhattan and New York Harbor, hangin…