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Best of NYC Cruise

4.5 30 reviews | 900+ Booked
US$ 42.00
US$ 35.89
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US$ 30.00
US$ 23.99
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New York CityPASS

4.8 304 reviews | 3K+ Booked
New York City is unlike any other city—it's culturally diverse, fast paced, and very modern yet still holds a lot of historical treasures. So, in a city that never seems to stop, where do you actually start touring the beautiful sites it has? If you feel a little bit overwhelmed with choosing where to go, this New York city pass has hand-picked the very best and iconic attractions in an easy-to-use package that will definitely save you money and time. This city pass is valid for 9 consecutive days starting with the first day of use, so you get to travel and visit the sites at your own pace and time. The pass gives you access to iconic landmarks such as the 86th floor observatory of The Empire State Building, American Museum of Natural History, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and many more! See the city that never sleeps at your own pace and truly enjoy the heart of New York!
US$ 136.00
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Get ready to explore a city that never sleeps by hopping on board a New York double decker bus that takes you from downtown, to uptown, and everything else in between! Just hop-on and hop-off the bus with a mobile voucher or printed voucher, except for Night Tour bus route and other add-on activities need to redeem voucher. You are prepared to discover all the landmarks and attractions for your choice of 1 or 2 days, or even just a night tour if you plan on leaving the city during the day. Your bus will stop by more than 40 different stations covering Madison Square Garden, Central Park, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Little Italy, and more! If you opted for the 2 day pass, you will even get to ride on the sightseeing cruise that takes you up close to the Statue of Liberty and right under the Brooklyn Bridge! For anyone visiting New York, this bus pass cannot be missed!
US$ 59.00
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What people are saying about Cruises in New York

Wai Yeen Published 626 days ago
Worthy city pass to be used in New York city, included the must-go attractions such as the Empire States building and The Statue of Liberty. Very easy to redeem and all the visitor information are provided as well. Most important is NY City pass provides day and night same day admission to the Empire States building. Highly recommended for those who wish to visit New York City!!
MA CRISTINA Published 709 days ago
We had a very smooth experience with the New York CityPASS! Our voucher's QR code worked as a quick pass for all the attractions we went to and we were able to skip the long lines (except for the Ferry, but ticket redemption was also very easy)! Added a few notes below: 1. Guggenheim Museum 2. 9/11 Memorial Museum 3. Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Ferry - We skipped Ellis Island because of the heavy rains, but taking pictures with Statue of Liberty was still worth it! 4. The Met - It was a rainy day and people were queued at the main entrance but we entered via Fifth ave gate, and we were able to skip the long lines outside. This museum is so big, it may take about 4-5 hours before you see everything! 5. Empire State Building - Observatory - No queues when we went around 6pm, but a lot of people were already on the 86th floor so you need to wait for your turn to get a good picture.
Josette Aleizah Published 751 days ago
Buying Citypass is probably one of the best decision my sister and I made during our trip to New York. Since we visited on a summer, I was expecting long lines as vast of tourist visits the city around that time. But with Citypass we barely had to stay in line. Easy access on all the attractions except the one at Top of the Rock which can be easily avoided by just booking ahead of time. It was a seamless experience. Just show the QR and you’re off to enjoy the attractions. Circle Line Cruise is better than visiting Lady Liberty unless of course you had prior reservation on the Crown. Empire State Building is a classic which you cannot miss at all. 9/11 Museum is both awakening and saddening with just the events and memories of the people who made World Trade possible and those who have died from the tragedy. Top of the Rock is another great observatory but I guess best on Christmas with the holiday spirit. The MET is like Disneyland. It can take you half to whole day to actually visit the entire collection. It was gorgeous!!! The City Pass is the most convenient and affordable thing you can bring with your on your trip to New York. Klook made it easy and even more affordable. If 6/5 is possible, then that’s my rating!
KRISTINE Published 899 days ago
Very easy and fast in redeeming the attraction tickets when you have the New York CityPass. Went to Empire State Building late at night and there no lines. There are staff that will assist you on how to get to the observation deck. Upon reaching the turnstile, just scan the barcode on the lower right side of your CityPass and you're good to go. For Top of the Rock, you need to get a timed ticket. Just scan your CityPass barcode then select the time you'd like to go up. Next available time is like in 20 mins. There are stores inside Rockefeller building so you could kill time there before going up the observation deck. In Intrepid Museum, just show your CityPass to the counter staff and they will give you your passes. We were able to see inside Intrepid, the planes, and the space shuttle. We were not able to go in the submarine just beside the Intrepid ship due to time constraint but it should be included in the pass. I would recommend getting the CityPass especially if you plan to visit the attractions included in the pass. It saves a lot of time and saves you some money.
Sheryl Published 948 days ago
Very convenient way of seeing the top attractions in New York City. Recommend planning which attractions you want to see as some are within walking distance of each other — i.e. Liberty Island cruise and 9/11 Memorial, Museum of Natural History and Met Museum. Top of the Rock has a better view of the city than the Empire State in my opinion.
Carmelo Giuseppi Published 551 days ago
Easy method of obtaining NYC pass. just print the confirmation and you can scan the barcode for easy access. It was off peak during my travel so there were almost no queues. IDK how much privelege can this pass provide you. But for me it was worth it. And I visited Empire State early in the morning and late at night. You get a bonus night visit to Empire State provided you use it the same day so remember to use this perk!

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