Empire State Building Observation Deck Recap + Tips


I recently visited the Observation Deck in New York. You see when I was elementary school my schools would always go on trips like I this for 5th & 6th graders or 7th & 8th graders. I wasn't able to go on those trips and honestly all the times I visited New York as an adult it never crossed my mind to visit until this one day. The weather was perfect in New York. I was able to walk to the observation deck from my hotel and the Journey was so nice. I did feel bad that Michael wasn't along for me on this journey. Since I was in New York solo. However, looking at the city at night was a wonderful experience. The location was super crowded. Which is to be expected seeing how we're talking about New York. Below are a couple of pictures from my amazing adventure.

Tips


  • Be patient the lines will belong to purchase your tickets. 
  • Take the stairs there's always room
  • Be patient with actually seeing a view.
  • Wear comfortable shoes ( I know this might be a given for some) 

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6 comments:

  1. I remember some of my elementary school field trips and I have tried to show my kids those places. I have never been to NYC and I am from upstate. It's definitely on my bucket list of places to visit.

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  2. I've been to NYC four or five times but I've never been to the stop of the Empire State building. I should really put it on my to-do list for the next time I'm there.

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  3. I love the observation deck at the Empire state building! It was definitely very windy when I went in the fall but so worth the experience!

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  4. This is such an awesome place to visit with friends and family. I really love the observation deck at the Empire state building.It's on my bucket list for quite some time. Just waiting for my kids to grow up.

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  5. I remember visiting the Empire State Building at night when I was on a University trip and it was amazing to be up there! I'm looking forward to going back though with Family to visit.

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  6. It's crazy, I used to live in NYC, but I still have never been to the Empire State building! I'll definitely use your tips next time I make a trip up there!

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