Contact Rockefeller Center: Find below customer service details of Rockefeller Center, New York, including phone and email. Besides contact details, the page also offers a brief overview of the tourist landmark.
45 Rockefeller Plaza, New York,
NY 10111, United States
Directions: Google Maps
Email: [email protected]
About Rockefeller Center
Located in Midtown Manhattan, in New York City, the Rockefeller Center is an 80 year old, high-end commercial complex, spread across 22 acres of urban streets, with 19 high-rise buildings, contracted by the Rockefeller family. The acquired land, handed over to Rockefeller on lease in 1928, led to the development of the present commercial plaza, which neared completion in 1939. The conceptual layout of the Rockefeller Center, included two zones, the 14 art deco style buildings, and the five international-style buildings.
The Rockefeller project brought about a huge turnout during the economic slump in the early 90s, in the United States, and stands declared as a National Historic Landmark in 1987. Home to eateries, banking institutions, health centers, art museums, shops, fitness studios, dry cleaning services, hotels, galleries, sculptural art, and many more, the Rockefeller Center is perfectly adapted to suit the consumer needs of a modern lifestyle. A family friendly zone, these amenities attract visitors all-round the year, other than the commercial avenues.
An important landmark of New York City, the Rockefeller Center is famous for art deco paintings, the central plaza, the Radio city, the Ice Skating Rink, the NBC Studio tour, and the Rock and Doll Playhouse. A former botanical garden, the Rockefeller Center has building facades of Indiana Limestone, unfolding over six blocks of office space measuring 17,000,000 square feet. Some of the major buildings at Rockefeller Center are the Rockefeller Plaza, La Maison Française, British Empire Building, and the Avenue of the Americas, Radio City Music Hall, and the International Buildings. Other notable attractions at Rockefeller plaza are the statues of Atlas, Prometheus, and Man at the Crossroads.
Visitors can explore the Top of the Rock observation deck, from the 70th floor of the plaza, they are open from 8:00am-12:00pm, and self-guided tours are available to tour the history of the Rockefeller Center. Summer and night-out activities at Rockefeller Center attract a large crowd, especially at the Queens Night Market, Public Art Pops, Chanel Gardens, City Winery, Motion Museum, Green Market, and the Rockefeller Center Sings.
The best time of the season to visit Rockefeller Center is during winter, as the streets light up with Christmas Trees, and with activities at the Ice Skating rink, and the plaza comes alive with street theatre and musicians at play. Rockefeller Center is open all round the year, and tickets cost 32$ -75$ for the Top of the Rock observation deck, and 25$ for the Rockefeller Center Tour, and 52$ for the Rockefeller Pass.
Tickets can be purchased online using Visa or MasterCard. Ticket types include Top of the Rock, Top of the Rock – VIP Access, Rockefeller Center Tour, and Rock Pass (includes Rockefeller Center tour and Top of the Rock). New York CityPass holders can visit Top of the Rock along with six other major NYC attractions. If you want to cancel a ticket, it is advised to do 7 days prior to reserved time slot. Refund will be processed in the original mode of payment. Those cancelling within 7 days can get an exchange ticket for a later date and time. Browse the website’s FAQ section for queries on tickets and tour packages. You can also read the list of amenities and services, along with shops, restaurants and attractions at Rockefeller Center online. For complaints or queries on events, store locations, tickets, cancellation, parking, lost and found items, or others, reach the Rockefeller Center support.