For the first time ever, Untapped New York is unveiling a tour of one of New York’s most beloved landmarks: Rockefeller Center. Not only does the 19-unit Art Deco complex host the country’s largest Christmas tree every year, but it also plays host to a handful of popular television shows, including the world-famous sketch comedy show “Saturday Night Live.” By joining us on our tour, you will unearth the secrets and stories that make this landmark one of the most visited sites in the world.
On the tour, you will experience lavish lifestyles as you walk through a room covered in gold and escape the tourist crowds in a little-known park with an urban waterfall. After learning about Rockefeller Center‘s only demolished building, a lost Art Deco theater, you will visit two holdout buildings owned by people who never agreed to sell to Rockefeller and discover how they are being used today. As an added bonus, you will decode the meaning behind the world-famous art that covers the complex and discover the surprising story behind the world-famous Rockefeller Christmas tree.
Secrets of Rockefeller Center Tour
Rockefeller Center tours begin in September on Fridays and Sundays at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. After an hour and a half, you will be a Rockefeller Center expert who stepped foot in spaces hidden from the general public. Join Untapped New York Insiders and get $5 off all of the tours we operate, among many other benefits!
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