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Top 5 attractions you can do with a New York CityPASS

The Big Apple brims with sightseeing possibilities, and the New York CityPASS provides you with the opportunity to visit six out of nine top attractions at a discount. Here's a look at what to expect.

Empire State Building

Empire State Building

Ascend to the oberservation deck on the 86th floor of the Empire State Building for those stunning views of the city. You'll also receive an audio guide that explains what you see from certain vantage points.

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History

While visiting this excellent museum, the CityPASS also grants access to the Rose Center for Earth and Space. Plus, you can select either the Space Show or IMAX films in 2D or 3D.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Admission to MoMa with the CityPass also includes special exhibitions and a visit to The Cloisters Museum and Gardens, which must occur during the same week.

Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island

Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island

The CityPASS covers the ferry service, an audio guide, and admission to the Ellis Island Immigration Museum. However, it doesn't include tickets for the Statue of Liberty's crown, or monument access.

9/11 Memorial and Museum

9/11 Memorial and Museum

Every ticket to the 9/11 Memorial has a special entry time, and those with the CityPASS must visit after 2:00PM from April to September. Audio guides or a guided tour cost extra.

Planning Your Visit

Selecting Attractions

Though the Empire State Building, Metropolitan Museum of Art and the American Museum of Natural History are fixed CityPASS attractions, you can choose either the Top of the Rock Observation Deck or the Guggenheim Museum; decide on either the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island or a Circle Line Sightseeing Cruise, and opt for either the 9/11 Memorial and Museum or the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum.

What else comes with the CityPASS

TheCityPass saves you 42% on the admission to the sites, and it also allows you to skip the line at certain attractions you've chosen to visit. Moreover, you have nine days to use it and visit the six places in any order you wish. When you book online, you have the choice of receiving either the voucher by e-mail or a delivery of the ticket booklet.

Upgrades

CityPASS holders also have the possibility to add on a discounted upgrade, such as a guided tour or an audio guide, at most of the attractions.

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What people are saying about New York

I'm so glad I made this purchase before leaving for our getaway!

The flex pass helped to make the logistics of our trip much easier! I would use this again!!

New York City: The Sightseeing Flex Pass Reviewed by Patty, 04/23/2018

Interesting instrument to visit New York.

Great instrument. Although people forget that tourists are there to visit and be the ambassodor for the next visitors and are not there to be stolen from.

New York Pass: Save up to 45% on top attractions Reviewed by Dominique, 07/24/2017

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.

NYC Explorer Pass: Save up to 50% at 80+ Attractions & Tours Reviewed by a GetYourGuide customer, 08/18/2016

Very good value but have a 2 week holiday to get the max holiday use.

Very good value. Helped us get very organised about the attractions and what was available to us.

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.