Aerial views of the skyscrapers and the Hudson River from the Top of The Rock at Rockefeller Center. The observing floor includes three renovated lower levels and housed in the top three 79-storey architectural heart of Rockefeller Center, 30 Rockefeller Plaza. The observing floor was opened to the public for the first time in 1933. Speyer Semitism, has completely renovated, so is a unique place to understand and celebrate New York City. Top of the Rock is open daily from 8:30 am until midnight. The sky shuttle will make its last trip at 11pm each night. The initial price of the tickets are $ 14 for adults, $ 12 for seniors and $ 9 for children 6 to 11 years. Different levels of Top of the Rock offers top features such as tickets booked schedule (reducing the long lines or large crowds), multimedia exhibitions, an observation completely interior surface, and safety glass panels that allow panoramic views without any visual barriers, covering some of the most prominent of the city, from the Chrysler Building to the Statue of Liberty, passing through Central Park in its entirety and the Hudson and East rivers. Rockefeller Center Observatory was originally designed to evoke the upper decks of a large ocean liner in 1930. Historically, the plant 70 was decorated with deck chairs, gooseneck elements, and large vents with the intention of simulating stacks the deck of a ship. The XXI century restoration includes limestone sawn and lily panels of cast aluminum, and other artistic and architectural elements. Tishman Speyer Properties hired the architectural firm of Gabellini Associates LLP to achieve the design and rejuvenation of the observatory, ensuring that the historic integrity of the place to stay. Gabellini's vision includes a mix of contemporary forms with traditional references to Art Deco building of 1930.