The New York CityPASS offers you entrance to six of New York City’s best loved attractions for one low price.
On redeeming your booking voucher you will be given six premier attraction admission tickets bound in a pocket-size booklet. The booklet also contains a map, attraction details, transportation directions, best times to visit, destination tips from the experts at National Geographic Traveler and money-saving coupons. It’s an organized, budget-friendly travel solution for an action-packed weekend – or, leisurely exploration over the entire nine days that New York CityPASS is valid for.
Your New York CityPASS gives you admission to the following:
• Empire State Building Observatory: The 86th Floor Observatory, 1,050 feet above New York's bustling streets, offers panoramic views from both a glass-enclosed pavilion and the open-air promenade. Enjoy limitless vistas while your audio tour guide Tony beguiles you with fascinating facts and stories.
• American Museum of Natural History: Your CityPASS includes: Rose Center for Earth and Space, Hayden Planetarium Space Show and museum’s 46 permanent exhibition halls. Don’t miss world-renowned Dinosaur Halls, a 94-foot- long blue whale in the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life, the new Spitzer Hall of Human Origins, and much more.
• The Metropolitan Museum of Art: From the splendors of ancient Egypt to works by today’s leading artists, a world of art awaits you. CityPASS also gives you same-day admission to The Cloisters in Northern Manhattan's Fort Tryon Park. The Cloisters is devoted to the art, architecture, and gardens of medieval Europe. See magnificent sculpture, exquisite illuminated manuscripts, glorious stained glass, and the celebrated Unicorn Tapestries.
• Museum of Modern Art (MoMA): This unparalleled collection includes Claude Monet's Reflections of Clouds on the Water-Lily Pond and Pablo Picasso's Les Demoiselles d'Avignon plus many more great works.
The New York City Pass also includes two Choice Tickets , you have the option of:
Choice Ticket 1:
• Top of the Rock: Rockefeller Center was envisioned by John D. Rockefeller to be the grandest plaza in all New York- a place where business was transacted and communities congregated. Conceived on the verge of the Great Depression, Rockefeller financed the Center personally. Upon its completion, it was the largest private building project in modern history and a collection of buildings unrivaled in their artistry and Art Deco nobility.
Today, Rockefeller Center is one of the world’s great crossroads, filled with boutiques, fine dining, and home to the most famous ice rink and Christmas tree on earth. Architecturally profound, culturally diverse, and commercially vital, Rockefeller Center is the true plaza of the people.
• Guggenheim Museum: Frank Lloyd Wright's masterpiece of modern architecture is home to one of the world's finest collections of 20th and 21st century art. You'll see masterpieces by such noted artists as Chagall, Kandinsky, Picasso and van Gogh and much more.
Choice Ticket 2:
• Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island: See the beauty and learn the history! The Statue of Liberty was a gift from the people of France to the people of the US and is a universal symbol of freedom and democracy. Ellis Island Immigration Station processed over 12 million immigrant steamship passengers while in operation until 1954.
One Statue Cruises ferry ride with stops at Liberty Island (Statue location) and Ellis Island. Enjoy leisure time and an audio tour on each island, plus Ellis Island Immigration Museum admission.
• Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises at 42nd Street: Experience the scheduled Semi-Circle Cruise, Harbor Lights Cruise, or Liberty Cruise, all of which offer magnificent views of the world's premier skyline and the Statue of Liberty. Or experience The Beast Speedboat Ride, a thrilling 30-minute ride on a custom-built 70-foot racing powerboat (available May-Sept.).