All Loops Double Decker Bus Tour & Museum of Modern Art Combo
Explore New York aboard an open-top Double Decker bus with the All Loops Double Decker Bus Tour & Museum of Modern Art Combo Tour!
Sit back and relax with Gray Line’s All Loops Double Decker Bus Tour as it takes you through the best sights of Manhattan with unlimited hop-on, hop-off opportunities valid for two full consecutive days! With your purchase of the All Loops Double Decker Bus Tour & Museum of Modern Art Combo Tour, you will have admission to the following tours offered:
Downtown New York Loop
Stops will include Greenwich Village, where the literary past comes alive, and the New Times Square, Empire State Building - an icon of architecture, Union Square shopping districts, Soho, Chinatown, Little Italy, Lower East Side, East Village, Rockefeller Center and more.
Uptown New York Loop
Stops include Central Park West, Lincoln Center, Dakota Apartments, American Museum of Natural History, Cathedral of St. John the Divine, Grant's Tomb, Apollo Theater, Harlem Market, The Museum Mile, Guggenheim, Metropolitan Museum, Central Park and Fifth Avenue.
New York by Night Loop
See New York when it sparkles on Gray Line New York Sightseeing's spectacular Night Tour! See New York when it sparkles - the Empire State Building, Greenwich Village, Soho, Chinatown, Rockefeller Center, Manhattan Bridge, Little Italy, Brooklyn and more! See all the glittering lights of "the City that never sleeps." Includes a stop in Brooklyn for magnificent views of Manhattan's skyline.
Experience this cultural-rich borough to enjoy the very best Brooklyn has to offer. Highlights include Botanic Garden, The Brooklyn Museum of Art, The Brooklyn Museum, Grand Army Plaza, Cadman Plaza, The Brooklyn Public Library and so much more! Brooklyn is rich in history and culture and is home to the nation's second largest public art museum. Included in its permanent collection are more than 1.5 million objects, from ancient Egyptian masterpieces to contemporary art.
Museum of Modern Art
Founded in 1929, MoMa is dedicated to being the foremost museum of modern art in the world. Marvel at 150,000 paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, photographs, architectural models and drawings, and design objects for a uniquely comprehensive survey of the unfolding modern movement in all visual media. Open Daily Except Tuedays.