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Overall rating
4.5 / 5
based on 268 reviews

Wonderful Shopping and Prices. Authentic NYC experience

Our Garment Center tour with Shop Gotham was fantastic! I did this with a friend a couple of years ago and was so excited to go once again. I was especially pleased that our program had all new designers than the last time so that I got to shop and know new brands. Our group shopped in 4 clothing showrooms, 1 jewelry showroom, and 1 handbag showroom. There were both summer and fall offerings, which seemed to make everyone in the group happy (as some people were still about to take summer vacations). The designers were so welcoming and so happy to talk about their lines and give suggestions to us on what would look best. I felt the prices were Excellent and found some terrific pieces (again)which I will be so happy to have once the season changes. This tour is one of the highlights of my visits to NYC! PS. The list of suggested Sample Sales to go to after the tour is a nice bonus.

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.

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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.

Wonderful Garment Center Shopping Program

I had always wanted to see what goes on in the garment center district. This program allowed for a glimpse of that and the shopping did not disappoint. The 6 showrooms we shopped carried widely varied items, from sportswear to accessories to coats and I found several lovely items to buy. And at wholesale, you really cant go wrong. We were a group of 8 women and a delightfully helpful guide who kept us entertained with interesting tidbits and also kept us on time. 2 designers actually greeted us, which lends a special dimension .this is not store shopping so people should not expect to see the same amount of stock.but what is there is worthwhile.

Fun ride. Seeing places that we couldn't/wouldn't walk to.

Signed w/3rd party for specific date/time. Didn't review e-mail stating my specified time was not available and showed up for the tour. Driver stated had to go to 39th St. from 45th St. to get tickets and he would hold the bus for the 3 of us. By way of radio contact, the driver learned we would be on the next tour and not to wait. All ended OK and the ride was good. Just had a problem with a third party booking.

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