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4 / 5
based on 716 reviews

A great holiday in New York with the easy to use New York City Pass

I bought our pass on-line about a fortnight before we left for New York with my 18 year old daughter. I got an e-mail in reply giving instructions on how to exchange the voucher for the pass when we got to New York. We exchanged ours at Ripleys but which you can do at several attractions in the city. We then had the choice of five out of the sixty odd attractions offered. We chose the Radio City Music Hall, Empire State building, Top of the Rock, The American Museum of Natural History and Ripley's Believe it or not. All were excellent and there were many others we would have liked to have done. New York is quite expensive and to have paid separately for entry would have cost far more than we paid for the pass. Well worth doing.

The best thing you can get yourself in New York!

Easy to book, easy to pickup. The only pass that offers a range of guided walking tours which are included in the pass price! We took the Rockefeller, Radio Music Hall, Greenwich Village, Highline & Meatpacking, Brooklyn Bridge & DUMBO, Inside Broadway & Soho-Chinatown-LiLItaly tours and were super amazed with the quality of the guides and the tours! In addition we visited 5 museums (including The MEt & MoMA), rented bicycle for central park and visited Top of the Rock, Empire State & Status of Liberty. It´s so worth it, and you never need to stay in line to buy tickets. Just get your city pass and plan your vacation right. Cons - not including a metro pass. Everything else was just awesome.

New York Pass: Access to Over 100 Attractions & Tours Reviewed by

Worth it if you're committed to doing a lot of things!

We found the pass to be worth it when we added up the costs of what we did and what it would have cost to do them by paying separately. The pdf information the pass provided on the 100 included attractions was most helpful and maybe we could have gotten that from other sources but it worked out well for us to plan our itinerary from the list of things the pass would pay for. Not all of our activities that we did in NY were covered, but that still was OK. You need to calculate how much you think you're going to do on your trip to determine if it's good for you. We did not feel like we were running all over to do things to make it worth it, but we were busy most days all day long.

One World Observatory excellent, Hop-On Hop-Off Tour awfull.

The bus stop for Hop-On Hop-Off Tour was not the one written in the guide and all of them came all the time full. Waited for a bus to Downtown for 1 hour in a 92 degrees hit. That's why, to return, we took the subway. The guides are talking too fast and sometimes in slang and couldn't understand them. Not all tourists are from USA. One World Observatory was an excellent experience. Dorina Toronto,Canada

City Explorer Pass, easy to order, easy to change Attractions ticket.

In New York, easy to take subway, you can go to Battery Park , pick your boarding pass Ferry ticket to Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Immigration Museum. You should to know which subway line take you to right place. Google map will help you. Central Park is good place for walk.

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