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The Top of the Rock observation deck adds to the many facets of the Rockefeller Center's international appeal, which already include a seasonal ice skating rink, NBC Studios and the famous Christmas tree. The Top of the Rock observation deck sits serenely on the 70th floor of Rockefeller Center. With incredible views of Central Park, Times Square, the Brooklyn Bridge, and northern Manhattan, you'll be offered a more peaceful look at the bustling city below. Wile away the hours soaking in a gorgeous sunset or experiencing the interactive, multimedia exhibits. The innovative ticket reservation system claims to guarantee a comfortable atmosphere that is never overcrowded.
The Actors Temple was established in 1917 by the shopkeepers of Hell's Kitchen but grew in popularity with the Jewish actors community of Broadway. The Judaic worship center is located in a three-story building with several studios which can be rented for shows, auditions, rehearsals and functions. The synagogue has innovative programs like 'Storahtelling', Jewish Rock and many other modern Jewish adaptations. There are Shabbat services on Friday nights and Saturday mornings as well as prayer services on all Jewish holidays.
Located in the center of the theater district, the Palace Theater attracts tourists and locals alike. Featured plays that have graced the Palace's historic stage include Fiddler on the Roof, The Woman in White and An American in Paris. The beautiful, European style of the theater adds extra charm to your theater-going experience.
Gertrude Ederle Recreation Center is located in the commercial neighborhood of Hell’s Kitchen. Drawing in fitness and sports fanatics, this community center features a swimming pool, basketball courts, gymnasium, dance studio and a table tennis court. They hold weekly fitness and training sessions for different sports and activities for the community.
Alice Tully Hall, located at the northern end of the Lincoln Center Plaza is at the corner of Broadway and 65th Street. It has a seating capacity of more than one thousand in the audience. Its adjoining lobby can accommodate up to 450 guests for cocktails and 250 for seated spectators. The hall, which is used for plays, musicals and classical music performances, was named after its patron Alice Tully who was a chamber music fan. The hall offers a caterer, audiovisual technicians, florists, photographers, meeting and event planners. A true grand experience is here.
Learn about the performances, history and actors that have shaped Broadway on a fun and educational walking tour through the Theater District. Inside Broadway Tours are run by licensed NYC tour guides who know both theater history as well as backstage stories. You'll learn interesting Broadway facts and entertaining tales, making this the perfect tour whether you're a theater aficionado or you've never seen a show before.