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Empire State Building Facts, History, Observation Deck

A complete guide to the Empire State Building

Empire State Building

New York City is home to some of the most famous and iconic landmarks, attractions and sights in the whole world, including the Statue of Liberty, the SKYSCAPE museum, the Vessel New York, One World Trade Center, Gulliver’s Gate New York and Times Square.

Arguably one of the most famous (and well-loved) things that’s synonymous with the city of New York is the Empire State Building.

Often referred to as ‘The Empire State’, New York’s treasured landmark is a sight to behold, both for residents of the city and for tourists.

The Empire State Building is the closest thing to heaven in this city

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Empire State Building History

Construction on the Empire State Building began in 1930 and was finished just over one year later. When it was first completed, it was named as the world’s tallest building, until it was surpassed by the original World Trade Center in 1873.

The building has belonged to numerous billionaires over the years and is thought to be worth an estimated $40,948,900 (including the building itself and the land it’s built on).

When the World Trade Center was hit in 2001, the Empire State Building reclaimed its title as the tallest building in New York until 2012 when the new One World Trade Center beats it again.

Why is the Empire State Building so famous?

The main reason that the Empire State Building is so famous is because it was named after the city’s nickname; The Empire State.

It was also the world’s tallest building for 41 years, from its construction, up until the late 1970s. It has also been named as America’s Favourite Architecture, so it’s no surprise that more than 4 million visitors flock to it each year!

15 Empire State Building Facts

There are so many fascinating facts about the Empire State Building; here are some of the very best!

  1. There are observation decks on both the 86th and 102nd floors
  2. The building is 103 floors tall (443 metres)
  3. Over thirty people have unfortunately jumper off the Empire State Building
  4. The building is fitted with excellent security features, 24/7
  5. You can see for up to 80 miles from the top of the building
  6. It took one year and 45 days to build
  7. The Empire State Building has been featured in many famous films and TV shows including ELF, King Kong and Gossip Girl
  8. A B-25 bomber crashed into the building in 1945 during World War 2!
  9. Couples who get married on the 80th floor of the building on Valentine’s Day are given free entry every year on their anniversary
  10. The likes of New Jersey, Connecticut and Massachusetts can also be seen from the observation deck of the building
  11. It took around 3,400 workers to build the Empire State
  12. There are 6,514 windows in the entire building
  13. The lightning rod on top of the building is struck by lightning approximately 23 times a year
  14. 4 million people are thought to visit the observation decks every single year
  15. President Herbert Hoover officially opened the building in 1931 when he turned all the lights on for the first time with a push of a button, all the way from Washington D.C.!

What is the Empire State Building Used for?

The Empire State Building is used for several things; primarily as office space from the 1st all the way up to the 85th floor!

The 86th floor and the 102nd floor are observation decks for visitors to ascend all the way up to, to admire the impressive views over New York City.

The very top of the building is home to numerous broadcast antennas that are used by radio and TV networks all over America. There’s also a lightning rod that sits at the very top of the building to prevent damage due to lightning strikes to the rest of the building.

What is the Empire State Building observation deck?

the Empire State Building observation deck

There are two observation decks on the Empire State Building; one on the 86th floor and one on the 102nd floor.

The 102nd observation deck is a small, circular room that offers some of the very best, panoramic views of New York City and beyond. This floor is also the highest point that the public can access within the building.

It’s thought that over 100 million people have visited the 86th floor observation deck during its lifetime and it’s not hard to see why. The 86th floor is much more spacious than the 102nd observation deck and it too offerings 360-degree views of New York, and even offers views all the way over to New Jersey and Pennsylvania!

Empire State Building Lights

Empire State Building Lights

The Empire State Building first lit up in colour in 1976 when it was coated in red, white and blue coloured lights in celebration of the American Bicentennial. The lights are now lit in green and red for the holiday season, and white and yellow during the spring.

The building has also been known to change the colour of its lights to celebrate various occasions in America, including the rollout of blue M&Ms in 1995, as well as changing colour to reflect the colours of various New York sports teams.

For most of the year, the Empire State is lit up in its signature white colour, unless there is a special occasion as to why it’s lit up differently. The lights come on at approximately sunset everyday and are turned off at 2am every day.

Empire State Building Day or Night Time?

The Empire State Building is open from 8am until 2am, 365 days of the year! This means that you can visit the observation decks at a time that suits you, depending on the type of experience that you want.

Day Time

Many people prefer visiting the Empire State Building during the day as you can see the sights of New York much clearer.

Night time

However, night time up the Empire State can be just as, if not more so, magical as during the day as you get to experience the entire city lit up spectacularly.

Best Times to visit the Empire State Building?

There’s not one set time that’s considered to be the best to visit the Empire State Building; it really is all down to personal preference.

However, there are three main times of day that are thought to be the best if you want to experience the Empire State in its most magical glory.

Arrive early in the morning for the doors opening at 8am for the chance to see the sunrise (only in the winter when the sun rises much later!). You’re likely to beat the crowds by visiting at this time and you’ll get to see the city wake up from above.

Mid-afternoon is another popular time to visit the Empire State; particularly during mealtimes when it’s generally less busy. Visiting at this time will show you the city in full swing as you’ll watch the tiny people, buildings and cars below go about their daily business!

Sunset/night time are also incredibly popular and incredible times to visit the Empire State. From the observation decks, you’ll get to watch the sun set over the city or visit at night (all the way up until 2am) for a more magical skyline experience when the whole city is lit up.

Getting to Empire State Building

The Empire State Building is incredibly centrally located in Midtown Manhattan and can be accessed by bus, train, subway or foot.

Many people will likely be staying in Midtown anywhere, so regardless of where you are, the building should only be a short walk away.

If you’re staying further downtown or uptown, then you may want to hop on the bus or the subway and jump off at a nearby station such as Penn Station or 34th Street/Herald Square which takes you practically to the front door.

How tall is the Empire State Building?

The Empire State Building is 1,454 feet tall (443 metres) and was once the tallest building in the whole world.

Other tall buildings that compete with the impressiveness of the Empire State Building include:

  • Burj Khalifa (Dubai) – 828 metres
  • CN Tower (Canada) – 553.3 metres
  • Eiffel Tower (Paris) – 324 metres
  • One World Trade Center (New York) – 541.3 metres
  • Shanghai Tower (China) – 632 metres

Architecture and Design of Empire State Building

Architecture and Design

The Empire State Building was designed by William Lamb who designed the entire thing in less than two weeks!

The finish of the building is ‘Art Deco’ style and consists of 85 floors of office space, spanning across an impressive 2,158,000 square feet and housing more than 1000 businesses!

With it being the first building to have more than 100 floors, the Empire State truly is an impressive feat to behold. The building also has 73 windows and over 6,000 windows and is the home to many New York based businesses, as well as international enterprises too. Its impressive size means that it can accommodate many businesses and companies who all operate from within its walls.

The 86th floor and 102nd floor are used as observation decks for tourists and visitors to the building and offer remarkable views over the New York skyline.

Planning your visit Empire State Building

When it comes to planning your visit to the Empire State Building, there are a few things you might want to bear in mind in order to make your visit as enjoyable as possible.

Skip-the line tickets – buy online

One of the best tips to consider when planning a visit to the Empire State is that you should purchase skip-the-line tickets online before you arrive.

This is because the queues for entry to the building can get remarkably long, meaning that you waste precious hours queuing when you could instead be exploring other sights in New York. By purchasing your skip-the-line tickets online beforehand, not only will you jump straight to the queue, but you may also find yourself saving money as you won’t have to pay on the day!

Best times to Visit

The best times to visit are early morning when it first opens to skip the queues (8am), mid-afternoon (particularly during mealtimes) and late at night (between midnight and 1.15am when the last elevator ascends to the observation deck).

How get Best Photos and Selfie

With so many people visiting the Empire State Building every single day, you may find yourself hard pushed to capture an image without being swarmed by the crowds. However, if you visit during quieter times (very early morning or late at night) then you’re more likely to snap the best photos and selfies without any people in them.

Observation deck

Thankfully there are no time limits or specific windows when it comes to visiting the Empire State Building so you can stay there as long as you like.

Ensure that you give yourself plenty of time once you reach the observation decks, especially if you’re going to be visiting both the 86th floor and 102nd floor (a minimum of one hour is recommended in order to get a good experience).

Empire State Building Restaurant

Empire State Building

If the Empire State Building wasn’t exciting enough, it’s also home to numerous restaurants, bars and coffee shops including the likes of Starbucks, Juice Press and even a sophisticated Grill and Bar called STATE – take a look at the delicious menu here!

The interior of STATE remains in line with the Art Deco theme of the Empire State Building and is full of elegance and class; the dress code also reflects this theme. The restaurant is open from 7.30am until 10pm, Monday to Friday, 5pm until 10pm Saturday and is closed on Sunday.

At STATE, you can also find a great selection of breakfast, lunch, desserts and a bar and lounge menu, as well as the dinner menu that alternates on a daily basis.

Empire State Building Shops

The Empire State Building is also host to numerous shops including Walgreens, FedEx and AT&T. These businesses are some of the mot widely recognised in the whole of New York, and even in America, so the fact that they have a residence inside the Empire State Building really is quite something!

10 Best Empire State Building Tickets & Tours

Below you can find the top 10 best Empire State Building Tickets and Tours. We choose the best tours based on their affordability, what exactly they offer in the ticket price and customer reviews and ratings.

Tour

Highlights of the tour

Price, duration & customer reviews

1. Empire State Building General & Express Ticket Options

  • Panoramic views of the city of New York
  • Observation deck on 86th floor
  • Skip-the-line ticket, including access to the new Art Deco Lobby

Duration: lasts for 1 hour- 1 month
Where to buy:
Get Your Guide: £30.37

Customer reviews:

  • Well organised and worth a visit
  • This was excellent particularly on the way down.
  • 2. Empire State Building Premium VIP Tour

    • Priority access so you avoid waiting in long queues
    • 90-minute guided tour of the Empire State Building
    • Impressive views of New York from the observation deck

    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
    Where to buy:
    Viator: £135.18

    Customer reviews:

  • Thorough tour of the Empire State Building
  • Amazing views from the top!
  • 3. NY Icons: Empire State Building and Statue of Liberty Cruise

    • Get up close and personal to the Statue of Liberty on the Hudson River cruise
    • See the views of New York from the 8th observatory floor
    • Both tours included in ticket price

    Duration: 8 hours
    Where to buy:
    Get Your Guide: £54.34

    Customer reviews:

  • More than Perfect
  • Outstanding package deal
  • 4. Empire State Building Tickets (the 86th Observation Deck)

    • Admission to the 86th observation floor
    • Multimedia tour included in the price of ticket
    • See the city from all the way up the Empire State Building

    Duration: 1 to 4 hours
    Where to buy:
    Viator: £28.96

    Customer reviews:

  • Amazing view at sunset from the top
  • The ascend to the top was an adventure in itself; the views were then out of this world!
  • 5. New York City & Empire State Full-Day Guided Tour

    • Spend a full day exploring the most famous sights in New York City
    • Climb your way to the top of the Empire State Building for views over the city
    • See the likes of SoHo, Greenwich Village, Central Park and Ground Zero, plus more!

    Duration: 8 hours
    Where to buy:
    Get Your Guide: £114.43

    Customer reviews:

  • Good tour!
  • Excellent tour of New York
  • 6. New York City PASS

    • Ticket to New York City’s most amazing attractions and sights
    • Choose up to 6 top attractions to visit across 9 days, including the Empire State Building
    • See the views over the city from the observation deck

    Duration: Flexible
    Where to buy:
    Viator: £97.33

    Customer reviews:

  • A great way to see multiple sites in New York for a great price!
  • Highly Recommended when visiting New York for the first time!
  • 7. New York: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour and Attractions

    • Explore the iconic sights of New York from the bus tour
    • Entry to up to three attractions of New York, including the Empire State Building
    • Enjoy 40 different stops across the city; jump of the Empire State to climb up to the 86th floor

    Duration: 1-3 days
    Where to buy: £62.33
    Get Your Guide:

    Customer reviews:

  • Incredible way to see more of New York
  • Great way to see New York and its attractions
  • 8. New York in One Day Guided Sightseeing Tour

    • Informative tour of New York City
    • See the impressive, iconic Empire State Building
    • Learn all about the city of New York

    Duration: 5 hours
    Where to buy:
    Viator: £69.51

    Customer reviews:

  • Our tour guide and driver were both so fun and informative
  • Great experience, got to see all of the must see in NY
  • 9. New York City: Night Tour by Bus and Entry to 1 Attraction
    • Evening tour of the city, complete with a visit to the Empire State Building
    • On-board commentary on the bus in 11 languages
    • Experience New York at night from the bus tour

    Duration: 24 hours
    Where to buy:
    Get Your Guide: £71.12

    Customer reviews:

  • Great value for money!
  • Such a cool way to see New York at night
  • 10. New York City Explorer Pass
    • hoice of 3,4,5,7 and 10 top New York attractions within your ticket price
    • Climb your way to the top of the Empire State to see the amazing views of the city
    • Customise your ticket to suit you

    Duration: valid for 1 year
    Where to buy: £53.30
    Viator:

    Customer reviews:

  • Highly recommended, convenient!
  • A must have for exploring NY.
  • Top Things to do near Empire State Building

    The Empire State Building resides in Midtown Manhattan, on 5th Avenue and West 34th Street so it really couldn’t be in a more ideal location for getting around the city.

    Due to its incredibly central location, there are so many other landmarks and attractions located nearby; here are some of the best things to do near the Empire State Building.

    Make sure to use the New York Tourist Maps in order to get around the city efficiently so you can see as many things as possible!

    5th Avenue

    As the Empire State Building technically resides on 5th Avenue, it means that it’s in such close proximity to the shopping wonderland that 5th Avenue has to offer.

    From the world’s top designer stores, to the likes of convenience stores as well as being the home to the Rockefeller Center and St Patrick’s Cathedral, 5th Avenue is an excellent place to explore while you’re near the Empire State Building.

    Flatiron Building

    Another incredibly famous New York landmark is the iconic Flatiron Building. Located just 11 blocks downtown from the Empire State, the Flatiron Building is a must-see on any trip to New York.

    Its iconic shape makes for the best Instagram shots!

    Bryant Park

    Bryant Park is just a stone’s throw away from the Empire State and it also offers unique views of the building from inside the park itself.

    Christmas is the best time to visit Bryant Park when it’s all lit up with festive lights, a huge Christmas tree, a substantial ice-skating rink and dozens of Christmas market stalls.

    Times Square

    The world-famous Times Square is located just a few blocks uptown of the Empire State Building.

    Times Square is also one of the most definitive places in New York City and it’s certainly not to be missed. The expansive, brightly-lit billboards can be seen from many blocks away and up close and personal is when you get the true feeling of being a New Yorker.

    Grand Central Terminal

    One of the largest, and most famous train stations in the world, Grand Central Terminal is only 7 blocks from the Empire State Building.

    Even if you’re not planning to catch a train from Grand Central, it’s still a place that you should visit while in New York, especially if you’re visiting the Empire State Building.

    Conclusion – Empire State Building, New York

    The Empire State Building is one of the things that makes New York City so famous and iconic.

    Its towering structure on the Manhattan skyline boasts plentiful views of the city from the two observation decks. While it might not be one of the free attractions in New York, it is one of the best and definitely worth every penny that you pay for tickets.

    One of the best ways to get around the city, and to pay a visit to the Empire State Building is to purchase the Hop on Hop Off New York bus ticket which will take you on a tour all over the city.

    While in New York, make sure you make the most out of all the best New York Attractions Tickets; ensuring that the Empire State Building is at the top of your must-see list. The New York Pass is also a great thing to buy when visiting the city as it will allow you to visit as many attractions as you’d like.

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