4. Manhattan: Skyline Bus Tour at Night with Edge Observatory Ticket
Admire iconic New York City landmarks illuminated at night aboard a modern, climate-controlled bus. Listen to entertaining live commentary as you pass famous sites and be accompanied by an expert guide as you get on and off at the different locations along the tour's unique and comprehensive route.
Enjoy stops at the High Line Park, Pier 17, Little Island on Hudson River, Grand Central Station, Hudson Yards, and Times Square, and other famous landmarks and neighborhoods.
Depart from Times Square and drive to one of the most fascinating attractions in New York City - the High Line Park. Get off the bus and go on a short walk on the elevated, linear park that was originally a railway dating back to Manhattan's industrial days.
Continue the guided walk to NYC's newest outdoor space - Little Island - a 2.4-acre public park on the Hudson River then head off to Pier 17 for magnificent nighttime views of the Brooklyn skyline and the iconic Brooklyn Bridge.
After, visit Grand Central Terminal for a quick indoor tour of this iconic NYC landmark and the views of the Chrysler Building and NYC's newest skyscraper - One Vanderbilt.
Back on the bus, see the Chelsea Piers, the West Village, the Financial District, the Meatpacking District, the most traditional side of Chinatown, and the Brooklyn, Williamsburg, and Manhattan bridges along the East River.
Ride past trendy neighborhoods like Tribeca, Greenwich Village, and Hudson Yards and discover the city's newest star, the gigantic spiral staircase called Vessel.
End this special evening on a thrilling note at the Edge Observation Deck, the highest outdoor sky deck in the Western Hemisphere. Step on the deck's glass floor and take in unforgettable 360° views of New York City.
Additional sites and neighborhoods you'll view from the comfort of your bus include Macy's Herald Square, Bryant Park, Hell's Kitchen, Little Italy, SoHo, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Rockefeller Center, the Empire State Building, Ladies Mile, and the New York Public Library.