THE TOP 10 New York City Tickets & Passes (w/Prices) (2022)

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Empire State Building Ticket Optional Upgrade to Skip-the-Line and 102nd Deck

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Marvel at the 360-degree, unobstructed views from the Empire State Building and explore its Interactive Museum and more with this combo ticket. See NYC's landmarks from the 86th-floor observatory, enjoy the exhibitions and augmented reality viewfinders on the 80th floor; and explore the 2nd-floor museum’s immersive displays on the building's history.

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  • 45 minutes to 1 hour&nbsp30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation

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$47.91

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$47.91

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New York CityPASS

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Get the New York CityPASS and enjoy great discounts at some of the Big Apple’s top attractions. Your CityPASS mobile tickets are valid for 9 days from the date of first use of first use for NYC favorites like the Empire State Building, American Museum of Natural History, Statue of Liberty, Guggenheim Museum, 9/11 Memorial and Museum and much more.

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  • 9 days
  • Free Cancellation

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$129.00

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$129.00

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9/11 Memorial Museum Admission Ticket

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Prebook your admission to the 9/11 Memorial Museum in lower Manhattan, and guarantee your entry to the center that documented the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in 2001. Museum artifacts include first-person accounts of what happened on that September morning in 2001, multi-media displays, and exhibits on history, which commemorate nearly 3,000 people who lost their lives in the attacks.

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  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation

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$30.00

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$30.00

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Edge Observation Deck Admission Ticket Optional Upgrade to City Climb

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Though there’s serious competition for where to find the best NYC views, you can enjoy the cityscape from the tallest outdoor observation platform in the entire Western Hemisphere with a visit to the Edge Observation Deck. Secure this prebooked admission ticket to guarantee your time slot, and head to the West Side to experience New York’s newest, sky-high attraction. Just walk across a suspended glass floor and enjoy 360-degree views.

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  • 45 minutes to 1 hour&nbsp30 minutes

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$41.37

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$41.37

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American Museum of Natural History Admission Ticket

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Explore the expansive American Museum of Natural History by booking full-day admission tickets. General admission tickets grant you access to about 50 exhibits, including the Rose Center for Earth and Space. You can make the most of your time in the acclaimed museum by upgrading to a Super Saver pass, which includes access to highlights such as Hayden Planetarium and 3D films.

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  • 3 to 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation

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$23.00

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$23.00

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Top of the Rock Observation Deck, New York Ticket

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Get the best view in all of New York City from the Top of the Rock Observation Deck at Rockefeller Plaza. Soak up three floors of indoor and outdoor viewing areas and admire the Big Apple’s popular landmarks, such as One World Trade Center, the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, the Brooklyn Bridge, the Statue of Liberty and more.

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  • 1 hour
  • Free Cancellation

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$43.55

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$43.55

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NYC One World Observatory General Admission Ticket

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See New York City at your feet with admission to the One World Observatory, a 3-story destination on top of the western hemisphere’s tallest building. Ride to the 102nd floor and watch the virtual city skyline transform across centuries of history. Learn about the construction of the skyscraper, which has sweeping views across the city, enjoying New York from a whole new perspective.

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  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation

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$46.82

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The New York Sightseeing Flex Pass: Save Big on 100+ Attractions and Tours!

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See the attractions that interest you in New York City with this Sightseeing Flex Pass. Select the number ofattractions you want to visit (from two to 12) and use your pass to gain access at any time within 30 days. More than 100 NYC attractions and activities are available to choose from, such as the Statue of Liberty, One World Observatory, andTop of the Rock Observation Deck.

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  • 30 days
  • Free Cancellation

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$74.00

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$74.00

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Statue of Liberty Ticket, 9/11 Memorial and Wall Street Tour

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Discover three of New York City's most memorable sites on this Viator Exclusive tour, available nowhere else. Hear the history of Wall Street on a guided walking tour, then visit the 9/11 Memorial to learn about one of the most significant events in NYC history. Finally, ride the ferry to Liberty Island and enjoy an audio tour of the Statue of Liberty and its museum.

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  • 4 hours&nbsp30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation

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$59.00

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$59.00

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In remembrance of the events that took place on September 11, 2001, take this 1.5-hour walking tour of Ground Zero and the National September 11 Memorial. Walk through the space of the former World Trade Center in New York City. A certified guide with a personal connection to the events of that day shares stories of tragedy and heroism. Get a deeper understanding of the events that took place here. Upgrade to add entry into the National September 11 Museum.

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  • 2 to 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation

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$39.00

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$39.00

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Go City: New York Explorer Pass - Choose 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 or 10 attractions

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With the New York Explorer Pass by Go City you can get access to your favorite 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 or 10 attractions or tours, from over 95 things to do, and save up to 40% off compared to buying individual attraction tickets. Admire sweeping views from the Empire State Building Observatory, Top of the Rock, Edge and One World Observatory. See the city from a Hop on Hop off Bus, or take a Sightseeing Cruise. The choice is yours!Create your own itinerary and sightsee the Big Apple at your own pace - you have up to 60 days to use your pass. Browse the included digital guide for instructions (some tours and activities require advanced reservations) before your visit, then show your pass on your mobile device to be scanned at each attraction or tour. What's more your pass is valid for 2 years from purchase date, and only activates with your first visit. So you can rest assured should your travel plans need to change.

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  • 60 days

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$69.00

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The Museum of Modern Art Admission Ticket

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Avoid the hassle of waiting to enter New York City’s Museum of Modern Art with this convenient skip-the-line ticket (skip the ticketing desk line but not the security line which is required for all guests) that grants you entrance on arrival. It’s not surprise that MoMA is an incredibly popular attraction. With artists like Andy Warhol, Vincent van Gogh, Jackson Pollock, Cindy Sherman and many more, the queue can be backlogged for hours. But with your handy skip-the-line ticket, you’ll glide right past it and head straight to the good stuff.

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  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation

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$25.00

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$25.00

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Woodbury Common Premium Outlets Shopping Tour from Manhattan

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Shopping lovers can leave behind the overpriced shops in the heart of New York City and instead shop and save on a trip to Woodbury Common Premium Outlets. This tour handles all the logistics for you. Just show up at one of the convenient departure locations, spend the day shopping, and catch one of the many return busses. That way, you don’t have to worry about traffic, parking, or transportation costs.

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  • 5 to 9 hours
  • Free Cancellation

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$42.00

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$42.00

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New York Sightseeing Day Pass: 100+ Attractions including One World Observatory

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Visit more than 100 NYC attractions with the money-saving Sightseeing Pass, which allows you to customize your sightseeing itinerary. Choose from a1-, 2-, 3-, 4-, 5-, 6-, 7-, or 10-day pass to suit your schedule.Enjoy free entry to One World Observatory, Top of the Rock, Statue of Liberty, plus many more, and enjoy unlimited access to CitySightseeinghop-on hop-off buses for the duration of your pass.

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  • 1 to 10 days
  • Free Cancellation

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$154.00

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$154.00

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SUMMIT One Vanderbilt Experience Ticket

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SUMMIT One Vanderbilt blends elements of art and technology, taking the concept of an “observation deck” to entirely new heights.Explore three levels of mind-bending multi-sensory immersive experiences set atop the tallest commercial skyscraper in Midtown Manhattan.Enjoy spectacular 360 views of New York City and beyond on all 3 floors of SUMMIT, including close ups views of the Empire State Building and the Chrysler building.

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  • 1 to 3 hours

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$42.46

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$42.46

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Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum Admission Ticket

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Gain admission to The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, New York City's only educational institution housed on an aircraft carrier. Make your way to the Hudson River to see the flight deck and more on the legendary USS ‘Intrepid.’ In addition, you’ll get up close to the first space shuttle (the ‘Enterprise’) and explore a guided missile submarine (the USS ‘Growler’). You’re connected to history and innovation through interactive exhibits and firsthand accounts — something the entire family can enjoy.

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  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation

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$30.00

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$30.00

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New York City Hop-On Hop-Off Pass

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Cover top sights in three different boroughs on this attraction-packed New York City bus tour. From Times Square and the Empire State Building to under-the-radar locations in Harlem and the Bronx, this pass is the perfect introduction to the city. Plus, the hop-on hop-off tour style and same-day, 48-hour, 72-hour, and five-day options enable you to see the sights at your own pace.

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  • 2 hours to 5 days

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$69.00

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$69.00

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Bronx Zoo Admission Ticket

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Discover an incredible variety of wildlife right in New York City with a Bronx Zoo admission ticket. Go inside this 265-acre zoo in the Bronx, one of New York City’s five boroughs, to see a range of exhibits including the Congo Gorilla Forest, JungleWorld, the Butterfly Garden, and a children’s petting zoo.

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  • 4 hours

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$41.95

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$41.95

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Madame Tussauds NYC Famous Wax Museum Admission Ticket

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The world-famous Madame Tussauds New York has over five floors of exhibitions and more than 200 wax figures including celebrities, sporting icons, and politicians. With this admission ticket, enjoy full access and spend as long as you like admiring the waxworks, posing for photos, and enjoying interactive experiences such as the Broadway exhibit or the Marvel 4-D Cinema Experience.

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  • 2 hours

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$47.90

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$47.90

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Bubbles and Bites Sail in New York City

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Savor the traditional New York City brunch with a serious twist on this Big Apple champagne sailing cruise. Tuck into a full buffet, complete with coffee, tea and Prosecco. Enjoy homemade muffins, breads and bagels, plus meats, cheese and more. Relax on board as you make your way through the placid waters surrounding the city and take in epic skylines as you enjoy brunch. This cruise is capped at 40 people, which ensures there's plenty of room on deck. Beer, wine, cocktails and soft drinks are available for purchase.

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  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation

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$126.66

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$126.66

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Empire State Building Day and Night Admission Ticket

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As day turns to night, it's easy to see how New York City earned its City That Never Sleeps moniker. See the Big Apple in the light and dark with a day and night admission ticket to the 86th-floor observation deck at the Empire State Building—the highest observatory in New York City. Beat the lines by arriving with your daytime ticket, valid between 11am and 7:59pm, for 360-degree views of the iconic Manhattan Skyline and the Statue of Liberty. Then, return between 8pm and 10pm for spectacular views of New York by night.

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  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation

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$69.68

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$69.68

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Central Park Zoo Admission Ticket

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Discover a range of wildlife right in the heart of Manhattan with a Central Park Zoo admission ticket. See snow monkeys, sea lions, penguins, puffins, and more during a visit to the Central Park Zoo. Access to the main zoo, the Tisch Children’s Zoo (a petting zoo with goats, sheep, pigs, and more), and the 4-D Theater is included with the admission ticket.

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  • 1 to 2 hours

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$19.95

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$19.95

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Around Manhattan Brunch Cruise

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Step aboard our 1920s-style yachts, eitherManhattanorManhattan II, with teak decks, large observation windows and an aesthetically pleasing decor, for a leisurely 2.75-hour weekend brunch cruise. Circumnavigate the Island of Manhattan, seeing all the major sights while enjoying a family-style brunch served at your private table in our main salon. Each table is protected by Plexiglass dividers, cushioned seating and openable windows. Our menu is packed with delicious New York State foods and local goods from NYC purveyors: fresh bagels and bakery, seasonal fruit, craft sausages, fresh seasonal salad, stuffed quiche, a classic smoked salmon display and pastries.

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  • 2 hours&nbsp45 minutes

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$158.80

Price varies by group size

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$158.80

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New York City Lights and Skyline Cruise on Yacht

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For an unobstructed view of New York City's glittering skyline, set sail on this evening cruise around New York Harbor. Travel on-board a 1920s-style yacht with both indoor and outdoor seating areas, and sip a beverage of your choice (additional drinks own expense) as you admire views of the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and Brooklyn Bridge.

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  • 1 hour&nbsp15 minutes

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$78.00

Price varies by group size

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$78.00

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How much does the NYC pass cost? ›

New York Pass Cost
DurationAdultsChildren (ages 4 to 12)
1 dayUS$ 142US$ 107
2 daysUS$ 189US$ 119
3 daysUS$ 219US$ 134
4 daysUS$ 249US$ 144
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Is the NYC go pass worth it? ›

Overall. The New York Pass is one of the best sightseeing passes in the world! It provides free and convenient entry to over 115 of NYC's most popular attractions, plus it saves you money doing it. Of course, there's the fast track entry, the Hop-on Hop-off bus tour, and all the guided tours you'll love.

Does New York Pass include bus? ›

Big Bus is also part of New York Pass

The New York Pass allows full admission to over 80 top NYC attractions for one low price.

Is it free to visit Times Square? ›

Times Square Entry Tickets

Although there is no Times Square entrance fee to enter the square or the celebration area for New Year's Eve, there are certain areas in Times Square that will require visitors to purchase entry tickets. The prices of those entry tickets will vary from place to place.

How long is a New York City Pass valid for? ›

The New York Pass

Choose the duration that best fits your visit, then put your wallet away and enjoy entry to as many attractions as you wish to visit. Passes are available for one, two, three, five, seven or ten days. Passes are valid for two years from the date of purchase.

How long does top of the rock take? ›

Guests can stay on the observation decks as long as they like during operating hours. On average, people spend about 45 minutes to an hour at Top of the Rock.

Is C3 worth NYC? ›

My personal opinion. Personally, I think the New York C3 CityPass is a great pass when you know exactly what you want to explore in the city. With only 11 attractions included this pass only offers you to visit three of them. You can for sure save money in case you're all set what you'd like to experience.

Does the New York Pass include hop-on-hop-off? ›

The New York Pass includes the Hop-on-Hop-off bus tour for only 1 Day. With the Sightseeing Pass NYC, you can enjoy the Hop-on-Hop-off Bus tours for the entire duration of your Sightseeing Pass NYC.

Does NY City Pass include hop-on-hop-off bus? ›

One of the biggest differences is which attractions and tours are included, but all passes (except CityPass) usually include the following: A Hop-on-Hop-off Bus Tour.

What is Rise New York? ›

Soar Over NYC

You will be lifted 30 feet into the air and take in the splendor of NYC while suspended inside a 180-degree, 40-foot projection dome featuring 8K aerial footage that creates the sensation of flight. Full motion seats let you dip, turn and soar, while wind, mist, and scents heighten the experience.

How can I have fun in NYC with no money? ›

Free Things to Do in New York City
  1. Stroll through Central Park. Park. ...
  2. Grab a book in the Rose Main Reading Room. Library. ...
  3. Venture along the High Line. Park. ...
  4. Tour the Brooklyn Brewery. ...
  5. Join the audience of Saturday Night Live. ...
  6. Cruise on the Staten Island Ferry. ...
  7. Ring in the New Year in Times Square. ...
  8. Do outdoor yoga in Prospect Park.
28 Jul 2021

Is Top of the Rock free? ›

Tickets are also available at the Top of the Rock box office. General AdmissionChildren under 6 are admitted free. As Sunset is the most popular time to visit Top of the Rock, entries during designated sunset times are an additional $10 per ticket.

Is Top of the Rock worth it? ›

While it's true that it has some cons, the pros definitely outweigh them. The views from the Top of the Rock are amazing and you will get to see some of the most iconic landmarks of NYC such as the Empire State Building, Central Park, and more. You will get to truly appreciate New York City and realise how big it is!

How does the City Pass Work in NY? ›

How Does the New York CityPASS Work? CityPASS is a discounted admission ticket booklet composed of individual entries to a selection of NYC tourist attractions, six of which can be redeemed, and visited in any order pass-holders so choose.

How do you get to the Statue of Liberty? ›

To get to Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty you'll need to purchase a ferry ticket through our partners at Statue Cruises. The only merchant authorized to bring passengers to the islands, Statue Cruises' tickets give you access to ferries, the grounds, the museums, and audio guides.

Should I buy Top of the Rock tickets in advance? ›

Purchasing tickets to Top of the Rock in advance is the most efficient way to visit. Your best bet is to visit the website, peruse your ticket options, and select the date and time of your visit.

How much does it cost to go to Rockefeller Center? ›

The Top of the Rock Observation Deck is open from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. each day (the last elevator is at 10:10 p.m.). Tickets for the Top of the Rock cost $40 for adults, $38 for seniors and $34 for kids ages 6 to 12.

Can you eat on Top of the Rock? ›

Dining at Top of the Rock

Craving a bite to eat? Satisfy your appetite with world-class dining options, only offered at Top of the Rock. Whether you're looking for something casual or looking to enjoy the fine dining experience, there's something for everyone.

What is the one world Observatory in New York? ›

What is One World Observatory? One World Observatory is at the top of the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, One World Trade Center. The Observatory is located on the 100th, 101st, and 102nd floors encompassing over 125,000 square feet. You'll take an incredible Sky Pod Elevator ride to the top.

How do you get around New York City? ›

  1. MTA—Subways and Buses. If you can't walk to your destination, mass transit is the next-best way to get around. ...
  2. Subways. The easiest and quickest way to travel around NYC is by the subway. ...
  3. Buses. ...
  4. The Roosevelt Island Tram. ...
  5. Taxis. ...
  6. Car. ...
  7. Other. ...
  8. NYC by Bike.

How often do top view buses run? ›

How often do TopView Sightseeing bus tours run in New York? Downtown tours run every 20-25 minutes daily 8:00am-6:00pm, and Uptown tours run every hour daily 10:00am-4:00pm.

Where is Coney Island located? ›

Coney Island, amusement and residential area in the southern part of the borough of Brooklyn, New York, U.S., fronting the Atlantic Ocean.

How long is ride NY? ›

THE RIDE is a 75-minute interactive entertainment experience with two comedic hosts and 5-7 live street performances. THE RIDE is recommended for children ages 6 and up. Learn more about THE RIDE here. THE TOUR is a 90-minute premium sightseeing experience with one NYC licensed tour navigator.

Where is RiseNY ride? ›

NEW YORK, N.Y. -- Opened on March 2, 2022 RiseNY, located at 160 West 45th Street in Manhattan, is New York's newest attraction that combines a spectacular soaring ride that takes guests on an aerial tour of New York City and various engaging museum exhibit galleries to tell the story of the Big Apple.

When did rise New York Open? ›

Opening on March 2, 2022, RiseNY is designed to take visitors through a timeline in New York City, with gallery spaces showing how the metropolis has been shaped over time by events, people and inventions.

What salary do you need to live in NYC? ›

Living in NYC will require an annual salary of anywhere between 40K-100K after taxes. Of course, these figures vary depending on your living expenses, children (if any), and other monthly bills related to entertainment, health insurance, or transportation.

Is it free to visit Central Park? ›

Central Park is one of NYC's greatest attractions and it is free to explore - plus there are free (tip-based) tours through it as well.

How can I save money in NYC? ›

5 Tips to Save Money During Your New York City Trip
  1. Minimize Costs By Going With Discounted Tickets to Attractions. ...
  2. Factor in the Cost of Food for Your Trip. ...
  3. Visit Major Attractions Outside of Peak Season. ...
  4. Set a Daily Limit For Your Credit Card. ...
  5. Use Public Transportation Around the City.
26 Jul 2022

What food should you not miss in New York? ›

11 Foods Only NYC Does Right
  • Pizza. NYC background: Pizza can be traced back to Naples, Italy, but the distinctly American version we know and love was born in New York City. ...
  • Bagel. ...
  • Cheesecake. ...
  • General Tso's Chicken. ...
  • Egg Cream. ...
  • Pastrami and Corned Beef. ...
  • Street Meat. ...
  • Cronut.
29 Sept 2015

How much is a hot dog in New York? ›

Drinks and Snacks
ItemPrice
Hot dogs (10 to the pound)$4.00
Sausage$5.00
Pretzels$3.00
Pretzel dogs$5.00
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What buildings can you go to the top of in NYC for free? ›

Free Entry with The New York Pass®
  • The One World Observatory. The One World Observatory is an icon of the city skyline with its amazing spire. ...
  • The Empire State Building. The Empire State Building (ESB) shows 360-degree views of the city. ...
  • Top of the Rock. The Top of the Rock is a must-do on any tourist's bucket list.

Which is better Top of the Rock or the Edge? ›

Out of those, I think the edge was the best. The glass floor especially was really cool. Both edge and top of the rock have outdoor areas, which is nice. On Edge you're a bit higher up, which is cool, but I think you can't go wrong with either.

Is the Rockefeller Tree Free? ›

Best of all, the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree is one of many free things to do and see in the city during the holiday season. Even the televised, star-studded lighting ceremony is free and open to the public. Needless to say, this festive decoration is a must-see for anyone visiting New York City during December.

How much is a 7 day MetroCard in NYC? ›

Cost: $33 (7-day) or $127 (30-day). You have unlimited swipes on the subway and local buses for either 7 or 30 days. Your MetroCard can only hold one Unlimited Ride refill at a time. You can't pause an unlimited ride card once you've started using it.

How do I get unlimited MetroCard NYC? ›

You can order Unlimited and Pay-Per-Ride MetroCards, along with AirTrain JFK cards, in bulk on our bulk sales website. The minimum order is 50. Available options and pricing can be found on the website. Right now, payment is limited to credit cards.

How much does NYC subway cost? ›

The subway operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Riding the subway is one of the easiest and most convenient ways to get around the city. For most riders, the subway fare is $2.75. Reduced fares are available for people 65 and older, people with disabilities, and low-income New Yorkers.

Can you share a MetroCard NYC? ›

Cannot be used by or transferred to another person until the completion of a trip for which entry was obtained. The acceptance or solicitation of compensation for use of an Unlimited Ride MetroCard by other than authorized agents of MTA New York City Transit is prohibited.

Is unlimited MetroCard worth it? ›

Consider an unlimited MetroCard. If you take the bus or subway more than 46 times in a month, a monthly unlimited card, which costs $127, would save you money. A weekly unlimited card, which costs $33, saves you if you use it more than 12 times in seven days.

What is Fast $9 MetroCard NYC? ›

You have the choice between Single Ride, MetroCard and Fast $9 MetroCard. Select Single Ride if you only need one ticket for one trip and pay $3. To purchase a Pay-Per-Ride Card or a 7-Days-Unlimited Card press MetroCard. Select $9 MetroCard, if you want to buy a Pay-Per-Ride Card and you want to get done quick.

Can you take a suitcase on NYC Subway? ›

You'll be fine on the subway, people take it with luggage all the time. Keep your bag away from the doors so you don't block the way, and enjoy.

How much is a 30 day Metro pass? ›

$61. 30 days of unlimited rides on bus and rail, including J Line (Silver) and Express Bus Lines. Regular price $122. Passes 50% off through Dec. 31, 2022.

How do you bend a free ride on MetroCard? ›

First, get yourself an empty two-trip MetroCard and swipe it at the turnstile. Next, bend the bottom right corner of the card towards the magnetic strip and swipe the card two consecutive times. Unbend the card, swipe two more times, and on the second swipe, the machine will let you pass.

How much is an OMNY card? ›

This OMNY card costs $5 to purchase and must be loaded with a minimum of $1 or a fare product at the time of purchase. For more information on fees, please see omny.info/terms-of-service, or contact OMNY customer service at omny.info/contact or (877) 789-6669. See the back of the OMNY card for the card expiration date.

What is the cheapest way to get around NYC? ›

By Bus. Taking a bus to and from NYC can often be the most inexpensive way to get to Manhattan. Some popular bus company names are Megabus, Boltbus, and Greyhound and most bus companies will drop passengers off at major landmarks.

How much is the bus fare for seniors in NYC? ›

With a MetroCard, seniors pay the reduced fare of $1.35 per ride, but further discounts are available by using multi-trip cards and you have the convenience of not carrying exact change. For seniors who take the BxM4C express bus to New York City during non-peak hours, the fare is just $3.75, coins or MetroCard.

How much do NYC taxis cost? ›

$2.50 initial charge. Plus 50 cents per 1/5 mile when traveling above 12mph or per 60 seconds in slow traffic or when the vehicle is stopped.

Can 2 people use same MetroCard? ›

Up to four people can ride together on a single Pay-Per-Ride MetroCard. If multiple people are riding together on the same MetroCard the first person can swipe the card through the necessary number of times and other riders can walk through the turnstile following them.

Can 2 person travel with one MetroCard? ›

Only two people per card are granted entry to a METRO centre.

How do tourists use the NYC subway? ›

For visitors staying more than a couple of days you can buy a one week unlimited MetroCard for $33 or an unlimited monthly MetroCard for $127.00. People who are 65 or older or who have qualifying disabilities can get a reduced fare, which is half price. You must see an attendant at a station to purchase one.

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