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New York City Passes

Get the most out of your New York tour with New York City Passes! Discover the best of the city with the easy-to-use City Pass, valid for 30 days. Enjoy the flexibility of visiting attractions of your choice like the Empire State Building, the American Museum of Natural History, Top of the Rock Observation Deck, 9/11 Memorial Museum and more! 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 party beasts, 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 Attraction Passes

  • Look before you leap. You should research New York City Passes thoroughly before your purchase. There are many different passes; so, find the one that’s perfect 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 neighbourhoods.
  • Use it or lose it. While New York City Passes provide great 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

Best time to visit
The weather in the city fluctuates. For sunny days and cool, comfortable nights, visit 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. The city skyline absolutely glitters during the holidays; but, you should expect very cold temperatures as well.
Getting there
    Everybody walks in New York! But, if you're in a hurry, here are some options for you!
  • 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 subway is a must-see on your New York Tour.
  • For stress-free travel, consider buying a 7-day or 30-day MetroCard. For around $30, you get unlimited rides on the subway and buses for 7 days.
Money saving tips
See more and spend less with all the city passes available for you. The more attractions you visit, the bigger your savings. Also, keep your eyes peeled for great deals, offers and discounts online to save money.
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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