With this package you are guaranteed to save over 20% compared to booking tickets for the three attractions separately--plus no hidden fees!
- Sightseeing tickets to New York City's top three attractions: Empire State Building Observatory, Metropolitan Museum of Art and Statue of Liberty Cruise
- Priority entrance, admission to all special exhibitions and all public guided tours at the The Metropolitan Museum of Art
- Panoramic views of New York at the Empire State Building Observatory
- Sail down the Hudson for up-close views of the Statue of Liberty
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
An easy way to save on three must-do NYC attractions. Go up to the 86th floor of the iconic skyscraper, skip the lines at the Met and choose from four different sightseeing cruises. Plus, the tickets are valid for two weeks so no need to rush!
What You Can Expect
With this Super Saver ticket, you'll get to skip the line and gain access to special exhibitions and public guided tours at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. This museum is one of the world’s largest, showcasing the finest artworks sourced from all over the glove, dating back to prehistoric times. The permanent collection consists of works of art from Ancient Rome and Ancient Egypt, famous paintings and sculptures from European artists and an extensive collection of modern art. Before leaving, don’t forget to pick up some souvenirs at the Met Store for your family and friends back home!
A must-do activity in New York is a cruise ride down the Hudson River, and this Super Saver package offers you the choice of the best cruises in the city! Opt for a 2-hour Semi-Circle or Harbor Lights Cruise and enjoy the views as you sail up the East River and under the Brooklyn, Manhattan and Williamsburg Bridges to the United Nations Building and back. Alternatively, the popular 75-minute Liberty Cruise provides a close-up of the Statue of Liberty, or for a really exhilarating experience choose the thrilling 30-minute speedboat ride! Whichever ride you choose, you will experience magnificent close-up views of the famous New York skyline.