Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller Empire State Plaza, Albany

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4/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web
Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller Empire State Plaza is located in Albany. Put Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller Empire State Plaza and other Albany attractions into our Albany tour planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • The administration building and the City Hall building to exist separately, rather than at the Museum that includes an area called the Plaza. Therefore, if you look at everything you cut each building is the Museum of the Prado at the middle of the window and scare an artificial lake between shallow is similar to the one in Washington seemed to have collapsed to form a. .. It's a good idea to embrace a caliber
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  • We went to the South Mall for the playground for toddlers, tucked behind Agency 1 Building--still a great protected spot for little ones. I had forgotten the wonderful Calder sculptures and the great ...  read more »
  • Linear square, with a mirror d ´ agua in the Middle, which houses at one end of the New York State Capitol and, on the other, the New York State Museum. Is surrounded by the other State and administrative buildings for The Egg. Worth the night drive that yields great shots without any movement of people and with several vacancies on the street.
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  • If you were blindfolded and dropped off here you would think Albany is the most beautiful and elegant city in the country. Its a great place to walk around something always going on all four seasons of the year. Great place for pictures.
  • This is Albany's version of Brazilia with white marble office towers. It's a good place to bring visitors as it is impressive and you get a good view of Albany from the observation deck of the tower building, which is 41 sotries. Modern art decorates both the plaza level )sculptures), the outside area, and the concourse level (paintings), which is beneath the street and stretches 1/4 mile from the Capitol to the State Museum.
  • Beutiful architecture
  • Awesome architecture and history around this place in Albany. If you're an american history fan check this out
  • Great place to see government inaction!
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