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Empire State Building Observatory 
REG $0.00 from $65.00


What comes to mind when you think of New York City? Soaring skyscrapers like the historic Empire State Building, the iconic and inspiring Statue of Liberty, and amazing cultural institutions such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, of course. And for good reason: the Empire State Building offers the best bird's eye views of the city, while the Statue of Liberty is the most stirring symbol of America's liberty. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, meanwhile, is one of the world's foremost art institutions with a collection of more than two million works of art that spans 5,000 years of human history. Book a Big Three Pass, and you can see all three attractions for much less than buying individual tickets for each.

Note: Must present voucher at the Empire State Building prior to visiting the MET and Circle Line. Valid for up to 14 days.

Why Go?

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Provactive sculptures made out of LEGOs 

  • See incredible works of art that are done entirely out of LEGO ® bricks in this exhibit you can see for less with tickets from 
  • View pieces never before seen anywhere that Nathan Sawaya has created for this, his largest exhibition ever. 
  • Your imagination will be piqued when seeing incredible portraits of famous people like Jimi Hendrix, or maybe a fresh take on Van Gogh’s Starry Night.

Additional Information

60-90 minutes

All ages are welcome. Kids under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult. They will also need a Child ticket.

Try to get into the line for the attraction about 10 minutes prior to the start of your tour.


  • Food and drinks aren’t allowed in The Art of the Brick.
  • No re-entries are allowed.
  • Photography is not allowed inside the show space.
  • No strollers or baby back carriers are allowed in the exhibition area. You can check these items in at Discovery Times Square’s complimentary bag check.


  • This exhibition is wheelchair accessible. In fact, there are some wheelchairs you can borrow on a first-come, first-served basis at the bag check.
  • Audio guides are available for the visually impaired.
  • You can enter the exhibit up to 60 minutes before closing time.


350 Fifth Ave.
New York, NY 10118