This art deco skyscraper is one of the most recognizable structures of the New York City skyline.
Afterward, walk east to Fifth Avenue and 34th Street. If you're not sure why you're here, just look up: The Empire State Building has been looking down on New York since 1931, at which time it was the world's tallest building. Expect to wait in line to take the elevator to the 86th floor. Once you step out on to the viewing deck, you'll know it was worth the wait.