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New York City Passes

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Get the most out of your New York tour with New York City Passes! Offering both convenience and deep discounts, New York City Passes deliver perfect New York trips. For museum-lovers, the city of New York offers the New York City Explorer Pass. For those looking forward to dining in the Big Apple, the New York V.I.P. Dine4Less Pass might serve your purposes. And, for the partiers, the New York V.I.P. Night Life Pass allows you to skip the line at several of the New York’s hottest clubs. You can even pair some of these passes with additional experiences, such as Hop-on, Hop-off tours or New York’s famous observation decks. So, save yourself some unnecessary frustration, as well as a princely sum, by purchasing one of the New York City Passes!

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  • Our tips for City Passes Our tips for City Passes
    • Look before you leap. You should research New York City Passes thoroughly before your purchase. You’ll find many different passes; so, discover the perfect one for you!
    • Rolling stone. If you expect to run around New York quite a bit, you might want to take a look at the New York City Freestyle Pass, which provides a Hop-on, Hop-off Tour, a Ferry Ride, and Walking Tours of New York’s most famous neighborhoods.
    • Use it or lose it. While New York City Passes provide outstanding value, that’s only the case if you actually take advantage of them. Make sure you use them enough to at least get your money back.
  • Good to know Good to know
    Best Time To Visit New York weather can change in an instant. For sunny days and cool, comfortable nights during your New York sightseeing vacation, come during the month of May or October. During the humid summer months, New York becomes incredibly crowded. But, you can enjoy a bunch of different concerts, film festivals, and other cultural events during a summer New York trip. The New York skyline absolutely glitters during the holidays; but, you should expect very cold temperatures.
    Getting There
      Everybody walks in New York! And, the best way to see New York is by pounding the pavement. But, if you’re in a hurry, here are your
    • Can a metro system also be a New York attraction? Of course! As a one of the most famous transportation icons in the world, the New York subway is a must-see stop on your New York Tour. Also, the New York subway gets you from one attraction to another rather quickly.
    • For a stress-free New York vacation, consider buying a 7-day or 30-day MetroCard. For around $30, you get unlimited rides on the subway and busses for 7 days.
    • If you are unfamiliar with New York or become stressed while dealing with traffic, you probably shouldn’t drive in the city. Just take mass transit and save yourself the frustration. It’s what to do in New York!
    Money Saving Tips Short on time? No problem! Although each New York City Pass offers a substantial savings, only some of them allow you to skip the line at the most popular New York attractions. Try the New York CityPASS, which puts you at the front of the line for the Empire State Building, Metropolitan Museum of Art, and more!
    Did you know? Quick Trivia – Become a tour guide for your friends by rattling off these New York factoids.
    • In 1905, Lombardi’s Pizza in Manhattan became the first pizzeria in the United States.
    • In 1857, Joseph C. Gayetty invented the world’s first toilet paper while living with his family in New York. People commonly used his brand of toilet paper until Northern created the first “splinter-free” toilet paper.
    • Albert Einstein’s eyeballs were given to Henry Abrams, Einstein’s ophthalmologist. They now rest in a safe deposit box in New York City.
    • Times Square gets its name from the famous New York newspaper. It used to be called Longacre Square!

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