In 2011, Cornell researchers analyzed millions of Flickr photos and concluded that the Empire State Building is the most photographed building in the world. Remember to tag your shots #EmpireStateBuilding.
Static electricity gathers at high heights, and under the right atmospheric conditions, couples can experience a slight electric shock when they kiss.
New York can look pretty tiny from all the way up here, but not as tiny as The New York City Panorama, built for the 1964 World's Fair. Compare the views at the Queens museum.
Wave to the Neighbors
On a clear day you can see six states from our Observatories: New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Delaware.
Soundtrack Your #EmpireStateBuilding Moment
Come hear our Saxophonist on the 86th floor Observatory Thursdays-Saturdays (9PM to 12AM Labor Day through Memorial Day, and 10PM to 1AM Memorial Day through Labor Day).
The top of the Empire State Building is used for broadcasting the majority of commercial TV stations and FM radio stations in New York City.
Among others, LinkedIn, Shutterstock, Coty, Bulova, HNTB, Media General Digital, Global Brands Group, and Skanska call the Empire State Building home.
The Empire State Building was erected in a lightning fast 13 months.
The Empire State Building is made up of 200,000 cubic feet of Indiana Limestone.
A City Unto Itself
The Empire State Building is home to so many businesses that it has its own zip code: 10118.