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  • New York Pass: Access to 100+ Attractions & Tours

    1. New York Pass: Access to 100+ Attractions & Tours

    Use The New York Pass on your phone to allow you cash-free entry to over 100 New York tourist attractions. It’s a bit like an “all you can eat” buffet; once you’ve bought your New York Pass, you don’t have to pay to get into any of the attractions covered by the pass, and the more sights you see, the more money you save.

    The New York Pass records when and where you first use it, as well as how long it will remain valid. This means your pass is activated the moment that you first use it at any attraction or service. Your New York Pass is then valid for the number of days that you've purchased. 

    The full list of attractions:

    POPULAR EXPERIENCES

    • Empire State Building

    • Big Bus Tours: 1-day Classic Tour

    • Top of the Rock Observation Deck

    • 9/11 Memorial & Museum

    • Edge (Hudson Yards)

    • One World Observatory

    I didn’t have any problems with the pass. It was show/reserve and go experience, and it allowed us to do most of the attractions, including others we had planned. I had a good trip with it.

  • New York City: Guided Bus Tour at Night

    2. New York City: Guided Bus Tour at Night

    Experience awesome New York City sites at night, as you hop aboard a comfortable tour bus for a comprehensive, fully-guided bus tour of NYC at night. Your tour guide will accompany you and will get off with you at each stop, helping you see a different side of New York City. This 4.5-hour guided night bus tour includes stops at the High Line Park, Pier 17, Little Island on Hudson River, Grand Central Station, Hudson Yards, and Times Square. The tour starts at 5:30 PM in the Times Square area on 7th Avenue, between 50th and 51st Streets (in the middle of the block), and ends at 10 pm at the same location. Leave the starting/ending location in Times Square and go to our first stop - one of the most fascinating attractions in New York City - the High Line Park. The stop includes a 15-minute walk on the elevated, linear park that was originally a railway dating back to the industrial days ...

    Jack was very informative and a delight!!! He introduced many new places even to a native New Yorker, which we went back to throughout the rest of our weekend! Thank you Jack for wonderful memories!!

  • Brooklyn: Private Custom Walking Tour

    3. Brooklyn: Private Custom Walking Tour

    Discover New York beyond Manhattan on this fun, funky tour of the popular borough of Brooklyn. With tour options from 4-6 hours, your tour through Brooklyn's Beat is completely customizable. Select options to tour by foot and subway or select a driving tour with vehicles for a variety of group sizes. Focus your tour on a selection of neighborhoods, or expand your tour to cover the most ground possible. On this private and customizable tour, local Brooklynites will take you to any or all of Brooklyn's most compelling neighborhoods. See as many neighborhoods as you want to see, from the waterfront in Downtown Brooklyn to the beach on Coney Island. Take a walk across the famous Brooklyn Bridge. See Fulton Ferry Landing and stop in Brooklyn Bridge Park for incredible panoramic views of New York Harbor, including the Statue of Liberty and the Lower Manhattan skyline. Experience the artisti...

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What people are saying about New York Transit Museum

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 514 reviews

I didn’t have any problems with the pass. It was show/reserve and go experience, and it allowed us to do most of the attractions, including others we had planned. I had a good trip with it.

Never book through this app again! That wasn't my first booking, but it was definitely the last one on this app! Only problems,

very good pass to visit all the tourist destinations in NYC. Just upgrade the empire state building to 102nd floor.

It really saves money. and in every attraction we visit they just scanned the pass without having a pre tesrvation

You could go to almost every attraction with the pass