The Empire State Building teams up with “Stranger Things” for a dynamic light show and special fan experiences at the Observatory

“We are excited to unite New Yorkers and our visitors with unique experiences in the world’s most famous building,” said Jean-Yves Ghazi, president of the Empire State Building Observatory. “Now our guests can come face-to-face with one of television’s most iconic monsters on our 86e Floor observatory.

  • BSE upside down – On Thursday May 26the south side of the ESB turned into a portal to the Upside Down.
  • Cast visit – That morning, the cast members of “Stranger Things” Noah Schnapp, Gaten Matarazzo, Cara Buonoand Priah Ferguson visited the Empire State Building for a photoshoot at the Observatory Experience.
  • Face the monster – Fans now have the chance to pose with a life-size Demogorgon on the 86 of the buildinge Floor Observatory as he looks over New York City. The Demogorgon will remain in the observatory’s experiment until July.

These special fan experiences were in partnership with Netflix and the advertising agency giant spoon.

The Empire State Building’s Observatory Experience recently underwent a top-to-bottom reimagining that added a dedicated guest entrance, a digital, touchscreen museum that celebrates the icon from the time she was designed down to her current place in pop culture, and a completely re-imagined 102n/a Floor observatory. For more information on the Empire State Building and its observatory experience, go to www.esbnyc.com.

High-resolution images of the Empire State Building tower lights and cast tour are available for download here.

About the Empire State Building
The empire state buildingthe “most famous building in the world”, owned by Empire State Realty Trust, Inc. (NYSE: ESRT), soars 1,454 feet above Midtown Manhattan from base to aerial. The $165 million reimagining the Empire State Building’s observatory experience creates an all-new experience with a guest-only entrance, an interactive museum with nine galleries, and a reimagined 102n/a Observatory on the ground with bay windows. The journey to the famous 86e Floor Observatory, the only 360-degree open-air observatory with a view of New York and beyond, orients visitors throughout their New York City experience and covers everything from the building’s iconic history to its current place in pop culture. Learn more about www.esbnyc.com. Declared “America’s Favorite Building” by the American Institute of Architects, as well as the world’s most popular travel destination by Uber and the #1 New York City A Lonely Planet attraction, it welcomes more than 4 million visitors from around the world every year.

Since 2011, the building has been powered entirely by renewable wind electricity, and its many floors primarily house a wide range of office tenants such as LinkedIn and Shutterstock, as well as retail options like STATE Grill and Bar, Tacombi and Starbucks. For more information and tickets for the observatory experience, visit esbnyc.com or follow the building Facebook, Twitter, instagram, Weibo, YoutubeWhere ICT Tac.

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