Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Big Apple Helicopter Tour of New York. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Breathtaking views of the city. Just along from the subway station so it's easy to get to.
The helicopter trip was the highlight of our trip! Walking up to the pad, you could feel the excitement. A new view of New York that will never be forgotten!
We really enjoyed this tour, it was only 15mins long and i thought it was going to feel really short but i was wrong, we got to see everything we could have asked for. Its a bit of a pity that we didnt get to fly over the city and central park but due to federal law we werent allowed.
Everyone was very organized, professional, and friendly. Good day for helicopter ride except that pilot needed to be very concerned about excessive number of small aircraft in area. He did a very good job and was quite conscientious.
I do this Helicopter Tour every time I'm in New York and I enjoy it every time. This is a great way to see the city, see how big it is, how different every part of New York is. I love it and next time I'm in New York, I'll book this Big Apple Helicopter Tour again!
Well organized friendly service with excellent pilot and ground staff.
Excellent value for money and we had a great trip. Many thanks.
Bought this helicopter tour for my two grandchildren, ages 18 and 22. They LOVED it!
Well organized and professional. Next time I am in NY, I plan on taking it!
Really amazing! It was awesome. I recommend to everybody book this trip.
although a bit pricy, it is a must do! A unique way of viewing the sights of NYC. Even with the shortest tour you still get to see the most known landmarks. We were put together with another group and totaled 8 people. The pilot tries to give a bit of explanation, but unfortunatly you're not able to ask questions (one way radio). we loved the trip itself to bad the other group was to busy taking selfies instead of enjoying the scenery....