Screenshot courtesy of ABC | The exhilarating ride recreates an iconic moment and photograph first published in the New York-Herald-Tribune on Oct. 2, 1932.

Rockefeller Center’s ‘The Beam’ ride soars visitors 800 feet above NYC, recreates iconic 1932 photo, ‘Lunch Atop a Skyscraper’

NEW YORK CITY — Get ready to hold on tight in a grand opportunity to soar sky-high atop one of New York City’s tallest buildings.

“Top of the Rock: The Beam” is a new attraction located on the 69th floor of Rockefeller Center. A recreated beam lifts visitors 12 feet above the 30 Rockefeller Plaza observation deck before rotating them 180 degrees for a breathtaking view of Central Park and beyond.

The once-in-a-lifetime photo opportunity also provides visitors a chance to cozy up inside Top of the Rock’s new dining experience, The Weather Room, with some hot cocoa and snacks.

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