Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the New York City Explorer Pass. 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.
Really great value for money and really easy to exchange the voucher for the passes.
It was a great time although it was FREEZING lol the New York City Explorer Pass was great!! We purchased the 5 attraction pass and one day just was not enough time to do all 5 but other than that it was wonderful!!
We had a ball , get a 3 say pass for the hop on bus and use if . Fab :)
Enjoyed everything about NYC, buying voucher ahead was a good choice.
Found this to be a great purchase. Helped keep costs down while visiting some of the city's best attractions! I'd definitely recommend it.
Just about managed to fit in three activities booked. Don't be too ambitious unless you have unlimited time
The pass let us just walk up to the attractions and walk right in, saved a lot of time. I would purchase them again.
All attractions in New York you have to queue for admission, this little pass allowed you to jump the queues and you got priority time slots at some attractions i.e Top of the Rock. We had the 5 attraction pass and felt it was good value for money.
The only problem we had was that some of the addresses given on our voucher were no longer valid and spent a full morning going down the list until we found a tourist office open to collect our passes. The voucher really needs to be updated.
The pass was good, got us into a lot of places that we wanted to see. I recommend on getting a pass if you are going to visit New York City.
The office where you exchange your voucher was easy to find. The staff at the office were very helpful and the booklet had clear instructions about using the passes. We never had to wait long to get into any of our selected sites and would recommend these passes to others.
This was a good package and the three things we saw Empire State, Top of Rock and Statue of Liberty all accepted the card. The only difficult thing to get 'cashed in' was the Statue of Liberty as you had to get one type of tickets in one place and then cash those tickets in in another place for the real ferry tickets. Seems a bit unnecessary to me but it wasn't that much of a problem.
I love Viator! I've used them all around the world and you can count on them. I have their app so I'll check them out wherever I go. I first used them in Rio and was hesitant but all went well. Now I practically sound like an ad. It's even fun to see what they offer in your own home town!