The 20th-century artwork displayed on the gently inclining white walls of the Solomon R Guggenheim Museum often take second place to the building's landmark Frank Lloyd Wright design. The great architect's last work is an uplifting sight, from ... 

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5 star rating: Highly Recommended
April 2015

Very convenient way to pre-book all your sightseeing in New York: the accompanying book gives you guidance on how to reclaim your ticket, as sometimes you don't go through the general admissions lines you use the group booking desks.

I saw the Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Top of the Rock Rockefeller Center tour, the Guggenheim museum and the Ripley's Believe it or not museum.

Recommended if you don't want the hassle of waiting in lines, or want a bit of guidance on where to see things in NY!

Doing what: New York City Explorer Pass

4 star rating: Recommended
April 2012

Easy to use as one of the 3 collection points for our pass was just around the corner from our hotel and we visited Moma, Guggenheim and Empire State Building so we only saved £12 between 3 of us, so how much you save depends on where you visit.

Doing what: New York City Explorer Pass

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better
February 2012

The pass is very good for avoiding long lines, as in the Empire State Building and the Guggenhiem, but in the winter so many tours don't run that we had very little choice, and couldn't do the walking/cycling tours we might have enjoyed. Think the pass would be useful in the summer, but wouldn't recommend it for anyone on a winter trip - just get to the events early!

Doing what: New York City Explorer Pass

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2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better
July 2009

When we decided to take our first of 5 venues, we picked the city tour. The tour was great - very informative and fun. We used the pass for Rockefeller Centre and then ventured to the Guggenheim and MoMA. At the Museum of Natural History, we learned we were to have redeemed our pass at Ripley's. I went through all of my email correspondence and did not find any information about that. I did find the information in the booklet. When we visited, we were advised of many exhibit closures. When we expressed our displeasure at paying full price for admission with so many closures, they replied that admission was by donation and they would accept half price. We concluded that the price of the pass was the same as if you were paying regular price - and you had to pass through a special ticket counter for each venue, which had less staff and sometimes more customers than the regular lines.

Doing what: New York City Explorer Pass

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