The CityPASS Booklet includes pre-paid admission tickets to the city's top six attractions, including the Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, and Top of the Rock at a discounted price - plus you skip long ticket lines.
The following tours visit Metropolitan Museum of Art:
Experiencing the thrills of New York City first-hand has never been as easy or exciting as with this 48-hour pass to enjoy over 50 stops throughout the Big Apple from the luxury of a Double Decker Bus.
Exploring the sights and attractions in New York City has never been so easy or interesting as with this 48-hour pass to enjoy over 50 stops throughout the Big Apple from the luxury of a double-decker bus and a 60-minute cruise with great views of Manhattan and the water!
Taking in the sights in New York City has never been so easy or exciting as with this 48-hour pass to enjoy over 50 stops throughout the Big Apple from the luxury of a double-decker bus and a 90-minute cruise with great views along the west side of Manhattan from the water!
Take this adventure through Uptown New York for some of the most romantic sights in New York and to a world of cultural diversity, from famous museums and churches to the vibrant neighborhoods of Harlem.
You will find that the All Loops Double Decker Tour w/ Statue of Liberty Ferry is a tremendous way to ensure that you enjoy the stunning beauty and the immense historical significance found in New York City.
Foreign Language New York City Tour, Plus All Loops 48-Hour Pass Tour in English
You can explore all of Manhattan in the comfort of a deluxe motor coach in your own language, and then take advantage of the All Loops 48-Hour Pass, which lets you explore Manhattan, Brooklyn, and the Bronx with a convenient hop-on, hop-off double-decker bus tour!
The Foreign Languages City Tour with Double Decker Bus 72 Hour tour provides you with a great way to experience the wonder that makes New York City so spectacular.
Amidst the wide range of art galleries and museums found in New York City the Metropolitan Museum of Art stands in the forefront of the pack.
The museum has amassed millions of pieces of art since its inception in 1870, showcased through a number of mediums. Decorative art, paintings, costumes, sculptures, literature, musical instruments, photographs, textiles and much more cover the rooms and halls of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, ensuring that there is a sight to interest everyone.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art is open Tuesday-Sunday. Along with the overwhelming permanent collection housed within the museum, there are also a number of special exhibits coming and going throughout the year. Past special exhibits have included drawings by Vincent van Gogh and works by Sol LeWitt.