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New York City Pass

20 West 34th Street , Empire State Building Observatory New York City, New York 10001 800-717-9981  
New York City Pass
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New York City and its five famous boroughs create an amazing place to visit. With so many things to do and see, a trip to NYC is certain to be filled with wonder. During your trip, be sure to book the New York CityPass to experience a variety of fun attractions and adventures.
 
The CityPass is great because it gives guests admission to five of the top NYC activities for one price. This opens up the opportunity for extensive sightseeing and exploration of NYC. With this CityPass, guests get admission to the following attractions:
  • Empire State Building
  • Admission to the American Museum of Natural History
  • Top of the Rock Observation Deck

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    Guggenheim Museum*
  • Ferry Access to the Statue of Liberty/Ellis Island

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    Circle Line Sightseeing Cruise**
  • 9/11 Memorial & Museum

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    Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum***

Empire State Building

Perhaps the most famous building in the world, the Empire State Building is an iconic piece of NYC history. With admission, guests will be able to go inside the building and see the skyline from this famous vantage point. With some stunning 360-views from the 86th floor, you will be able to take in the sights of New York City from its most sought-after viewpoint. 
 

American Museum of Natural History

Step inside the American Museum of Natural History to learn something new on your NYC vacation. This glorious collection features exhibits on natural history, dinosaurs, and more. See a towering Titanosaur, some gorgeous dioramas, and much more. The visit also includes the Rose Center for Earth and Space section of the museum.
 

Top of the Rock Observation Deck*

Like the Empire State Building, Top of the Rock is renowned for the views it offers of NYC. Head to this attraction to get some additional 360 views of the skyline. With both interior and exterior decks, visitors will get some breathtaking views.
 

Guggenheim Museum*

Named for Soloman R Guggenheim, the Guggenheim Museum is a place of extreme architectural significance. With gorgeous art and architecture to explore, visitors can soak up the culture and essence that went in to creating the NYC skyline and some of the city’s most iconic buildings. 
 

Ferry Access to Statue of Liberty / Ellis Island**

Of course, it wouldn’t be a trip to NYC without seeing the Statue of Liberty! With this ferry access, guests can get an up-close view of both the Statue of Liberty and the famous Ellis Island. As a testament to NYC’s ‘melting pot’ culture, this ticket is a unique opportunity to experience the pioneering spirit of the US. The ferry also includes narrated audio for a historic dive into the statue’s origins and Ellis Island.
 

Circle Line Sightseeing Cruise**

This endeavor is certain to be exciting, as it offers some fantastic skyline views. Head out on the cruise to see places like the Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, One World Trade, and many more sights. The boat offers some great views and has a fully stocked cafe on deck. 
 

9/11 Memorial & Museum***

Learn about the country’s most tragic event at the 9/11 Memorial Museum. The museum features the famous twin reflective pools that represent the Twin Towers. It is a harrowing look at the events that allows guests to pay their respects to the victims lost. 
 

Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum***

More than 15,000 square feet of museum space exists at the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum. Within it, guests will find 28 different aircraft to see, including Space Shuttle Enterprise. They can also go inside a real submarine and Bell 47 helicopter. It is an exciting look at air, space, and sea travel! 
 
No matter which of these exciting attractions you choose to attend during your NYC getaway, you are certain to have a remarkable time exploring New York City. With so many fascinating things to see from the Statue of Liberty to the Empire State Building, and so many things to learn, a trip to the Big Apple is a must. Be sure to also check out the other great attractions, hotels, and vacation packages in the area to completely customize your vacation. 

  

 

 

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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