The Rockefeller Center is a conglomerate of many building representing the Art Deco architecture. A visit underground through the labyrinth of passages connecting 14 of the 19 buildings will prove to be worth wile as you explore a number of shops that will amaze you. From there, the only way is up, up to the Rainbow Room, the most famous restaurant in New York located 65 stories above ground level. NBC Studios One of the most widely known tenant is the National Broadcasting Company Studios (NBC). To know more about the tours, please visit our Tour section. Take some time during your visit to watch the Today Show broadcasted every morning from these premises. You will be able to see Katie Courac and Matt Lauer in person as they introduce some of their guests. And who knows, you may end up appearing on the show. Show time is 7 to 9am. Radio City Music Hall Another worthy place to visit is the Radio City Music Hall. This esteemed institution has delighted audiences for many decades. Their main attraction are the lovely Rockettes. A tour is available where you may have a chance to meet one of these divas. The Ice Skating Rink Ice skating at Rockefeller Center is the perfect way to celebrate New York. The world-famous Rink‘s offers breathtaking views and a location that is in the center of it all. During spring and summer, the area becomes The Rink Bar, a cafe serving exceptional cuisine and libations for lunch and dinner.