19 reviews of New York Supersaver: Empire State Building, Metropolitan Museum of Art and Statue of Liberty Cruise
Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the New York Supersaver: Empire State Building, Metropolitan Museum of Art and Statue of Liberty Cruise. 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.
Reviewed by Kip_1234, February 2013
Great deal. Was definitely worth it! Cruise was lovely. Wish there was a cafe near pier 83 while waiting for the cruise.
Reviewed by Randy Alan, USA, October 2012
Most intriguing part of my 4 days in NYC...
Worth every dollar spent in this event...
Will always use www.Viator.com
Reviewed by ANNE M, June 2012
Great value trip. Really spectacular activities. Enjoyed it all very much and defintely worth booking ahead to avoid queues and organise your time efficiently, especially if you just have a few days like us.
Reviewed by Ramiro A, November 2011
My trip was a bast! The Empire, The Metropolitan and Cruise were all awesome! Very flexible and convenient and well priced! No double lines, no hustle. I'll do it again, and again!
Reviewed by jtho73, Australia, July 2011
Great combo of New York attractions - we made excellent use of this Supersaver pass.
Reviewed by Bonnie H, June 2011
got to see Alexander Mcqueen expo at the mesuem of art. ESB at night is AMAZING! MUST See!! Statue of Liberty cruise 2 hours was breath taking!!
Reviewed by Michele G, May 2013
It was very nice for my first time in New York. There were some rude people and some nice people. The rude people based their actions and comments on what they view and deal with daily, it's understandable. However everyone they encounter are not from New York or it's surrounding areas. They also should remember to never bite the hand that feeds you.
Reviewed by Timothy C, August 2012
It was all fantastic. Lots of people but the wait was not too bad at the Empire State building.
Reviewed by Brian, August 2011
A very interesting variety. impossible to do all in 1 day, but luckily the tickets were available for use on another day.
Reviewed by madeleine, August 2011
the trhree parts are physically distant and a lot of time gets lost for transfer.
you have to go twice to the port, once to get a plqace/ time and then for the ride
Reviewed by Hope C, January 2013
My 17 year old daughter and I had a great visit to NY. We did a lot of walking this day to get to the various locations. I might suggest you not call this a tour, as it is just a savings in admissions.
Reviewed by Deborah E, December 2012
Empire State Building was great but was disappointed there was only 1 sailing on cruise on Sunday and when we handed paperwork in to get ticket we were not giving any time sheet for cruises
Reviewed by Madeleine P, July 2012
This was the cheapest way to buy tickets for these three events. I took three teenagers (full price) and myself and it was a choice trio of site seeing. Some beautiful sites!! Be forewarned about how this works: 1. the empire state building tickets get you past one line into a "VIP" line to pick up the vouchers (and you have to go to this place first for all the vouchers). But just know that there are 4 or 5 lines after that first one, all very long. So this is a 2.5 hour affair just getting up to the top. There is no food available up there nor anywhere else and the gift shop is pretty silly I thought besides ridiculously expensive. It's really a gorgeous view anytime day or night and no other option but to wait in line so well worth it. If you have extra $$ I would spend it on a photo with the guy in the King Kong suit! 2. Metropolitan Museum. Definitely one of my favorite places to go in NYC, so much to see always. No advantage to the VIP tickets tho: still must bring vouchers to an exchange desk for tickets. 3. Statue of Liberty Cruise. This does not go to Liberty Island and Ellis Island but has best views of statue: loved that. I wish there were more options to choose from at this price. (Bronx Zoo, or Central Park Zoo, go to Liberty and Ellis Island). But over all, for three major activities, not a bad thing. Especially because it helped me to plan ahead, so I didn't have to think~