In an attempt to welcome all tourists, the Empire State Building provides free official commemorative certificates for visitors. Tourists can obtain certificates from the information desk on the first floor with tickets and passports. Each certificate comes with a unique number and the signature of the director of the viewing platform of the Empire State Building, which can be taken home as a memento of the experience. There is only one main entrance to the Empire State Building located between 33-34 Street on Fifth Avenue. The disabled entrance is at 34th Street. Most suggest to visit the Empire State Building, early morning, early evening, or just after dark. There is generally a saxophone performance every Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 9 p.m. to 12 a.m.
As the most iconic building of New York's skyline, the Empire State Building is a symbol of prosperous New York. The 444-meter-high Empire State Building is located on Manhattan Island in the heart of the city. There are viewing platforms on the 86th and 102nd floors. The building has appeared in numerous movies and TV spots. Overlooking the panoramic view of New York is an unforgettable experience that visitors of the city must see.