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New York City Pass
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New York City Pass
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Experience the essence of New York City and the fun that its five buroughs encompass by booking the New York CityPass. This amazing attraction provides everything that guests need to explore the Big Apple in style. Book it today to receive the following admissions:

  • Empire State Building
  • Admission to the American Museum of Natural History
  • Top of the Rock Observation Deck - OR - Guggenheim Museum*
  • Ferry Access to the Statue of Liberty/Ellis Island - OR - Circle Line Sightseeing Cruise**
  • 9/11 Memorial & Museum - OR - Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum***

Empire State Building


The Empire State Building, which is arguably the most well-known structure in history, is a defining image of New York City. Visitors who pay entry can enter the structure and view the skyline from this well-known vantage point. You will be able to take in the sights of New York City from its most sought-after vantage point thanks to some breathtaking 360-degree views from the 86th level.

American Museum of Natural History


On your trip to NYC, visit the American Museum of Natural History to learn something new. This magnificent collection includes exhibitions on dinosaurs, natural history, and other topics. Discover a majestic Titanosaur, lovely dioramas, and much more. The museum's Rose Center for Earth and Space area is also included in the tour.

Top of the Rock Observation Deck*


Top of the Rock is well known for its views of New York City, much like the Empire State Building is. Visit this site for extra 360-degree images of the skyline. Visitors will get some stunning vistas from both the interior and external decks.

The Guggenheim Museum*


The Guggenheim Museum, which bears Soloman R. Guggenheim's name, is a location of extraordinary architectural significance. Visitors may take in the culture and essence that went into developing the NYC skyline and some of the city's most renowned structures by exploring the stunning art and architecture.

Ferry Access to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island**


Of course, a vacation to New York City wouldn't be complete without viewing the Statue of Liberty! Visitors may enjoy a close-up glimpse of both the Statue of Liberty and the well-known Ellis Island thanks to this ferry access. This ticket is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to experience the US's pioneering spirit and a tribute to the 'melting pot' culture of New York City. The ferry also has spoken audio for a historical tour of Ellis Island and the statue's beginnings.

Circle Line Sightseeing Cruise**


This cruise gives some amazing views of the skyline, so it is sure to be interesting. Take a boat to see the Statue of Liberty, the Brooklyn Bridge, One World Trade, and a number of other attractions. The boat includes a fully stocked cafe on deck and some lovely views.

9/11 Memorial & Museum***


The 9/11 Memorial Museum offers information about the nation's most devastating incident. The museum is home to the well-known Twin Towers-inspired twin reflection pools. Visitors can pay their condolences to the deceased victims while viewing a harrowing account of the events.

Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum***


The Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum has a museum space of more than 15,000 square feet. Visitors can view 28 different airplanes inside of it, including the Space Shuttle Enterprise. A Bell 47 helicopter and an actual submarine are also accessible to them. A fascinating examination of space, air, and maritime transport!

With so many amazing options included in this pass, guests will be delighted by everything that the Big Apple has to offer. Book the New York CityPass today to get on the way to exploring everything that the Big Apple has to offer. You and your loved ones are certain to have a great time, and you can experience even more fun by booking a hotel to stay at during your getaway.

Frequently Asked Questions for New York City Pass:
  • What is included in the price for New York CityPass?
    Includes selection of attractions.
  • Where can the passes be picked up?
    Present your tickets on your mobile device or print them for entry.
  • Are there any time restrictions on the use of New York CityPass?
    The New York CityPass is valid for 9 consecutive days from the date of first use. Some attractions require reservations and have limited hours / days of operation.
  • For what ages is New York City Pass appropriate?
    Great for all ages!
  • Is there a minimum number of tickets?
    Yes, there is a minimum of 1 tickets.
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