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Go New York - Explorer Pass
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US$ 94.00

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Niagara Falls Day Tour from New York
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US$ 220.00

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New York CityPASS
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US$ 136.00

The Edge Observation Deck Admission Ticket at Hudson Yards New York
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US$ 45.75

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Washington DC and Philadelphia Day Tour from New York
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US$ 145.00

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Top of the Rock Flexible Date Admission Ticket
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US$ 41.39

Statue of Liberty with Pedestal Access and Ellis Island Half Day Tour
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US$ 50.75

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Spyscape Spy Museum Admission Ticket in New York
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US$ 42.49

New York Pass
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US$ 129.00

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New York Statue of Liberty Pedestal, Ellis Island, and Pre-Ferry Tour (Attractions4us)
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Experiences for everyone in New York

Highlights of New York
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Memorable Museums
Learn and discover a wealth of information and artistry from some of NYC's most famous museums and exhibits
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Breathtaking Views
Immerse yourself in the local culture and discover tourist hotspots in the area with these exciting tours!
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Fun for All Ages
Head for New York City’s most popular attractions that are perfect for the whole family!
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Why people love New York

Everything went perfectly. Visited: Metropolitan Empire state building American museum of natural history Moma Top of the rock Aircraft carrier Intrepid One World Observatory Everywhere the Go New York city explorer card is known and quickly exchanged for a ticket - no questions arose. Either right at the entrance, if they ask if there is a ticket, declare that there is a Pass and they send you to the ticket office, or you just go straight to the ticket office and show the Pass and they print your ticket. Everything is fast and clear.
It's very convenient to have this all around pass! It was our first time visiting New York and it is a must have to get this pass as it will save you time, money, and effort. Using this pass, my mom and I were able to visit The Rockefeller Center, Statue of Liberty, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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A wonderful way to get yourself to see places by taking package deal. I’m not sure if you save a lot of money with the Flex pass but it’s convenient. Sightseeing pass has the uniqueness of One world observatory as an attraction. Day passes are more economical if you visit many places. I used mine for One World observatory, TOP of the Rock, The Met and Hudson party cruise after five.

Top sights in New York

New York City, the city that never sleeps, is an urban jungle teeming with life. From the boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens, to Manhattan’s Times Square and 5th avenue, there is so much to see and experience. Not only is New York City a cultural hub and a haven for artists, it is also a culinary hotspot with a variety of cuisines from all over the world.

Central Park

Located between the Upper West and Upper East Sides of Manhattan, Central Park receives over 38 million visitors annually and is one of the most popular tourist attractions and local hang-outs in New York. An urban park and iconic landmark, Central Park is New York City’s fifth-largest park. With so many sights to see like Central Park Zoo, Belvedere Castle, Bethesda Terrace Arcade, even the statue of Balto, the dog, Central Mark is one of the best places to visit in New York for free.
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Statue of Liberty Monument

An icon of freedom, the Statue of Liberty is a gift from France to the people of the United States. Designed by Frederic Auguste Bartholdi – with the steelwork designed by Alexandre-Gustave Eiffel (the designer of the Eiffel tower), himself – the figure of Libertas now stands on Liberty Island and is one of the most popular tourist attractions all over the world. Dedicated on October 28, 1886, the Statue of Liberty has since become a symbol to welcome immigrants arriving by sea.
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Empire State Building

One of New York City’s most iconic skyscrapers, the Empire State Building is a 102-story tower located in Midtown Manhattan. Built in 1930, the tower only took 410 days (1 year and 1 month) to build and was finally completed in 1931. It has since become one of the most photographed buildings all over the world, and fun fact: was even Uber’s most popular tourist destination in 2018. With over 4 million visitors annually, a trip to New York City would definitely not be complete without seeing the city skyline from atop the Empire State Building.
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Times Square

Probably the number one stop for any Broadway fanatic, Times Square is one of the busiest places in New York City. Located at Midtown Manhattan, at the junction of Broadway and 7th avenue, Times Square is known for its billboards that stretch from West 42nd St. to West 47th Street – garnering it the moniker, “the Crossroads of the World.” The entertainment center draws around 50 million visitors every year whether it’s to catch a play along Broadway, or to take in the sights. For the best experience, be sure to catch Times Square at night.
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