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I didnt need to skip the line i went at 5pm so it was empty as it opens till 8pm.amazing experience very sad id highly reccommend it but go in the evening much better.dont go to newyork without seen this
Prebook your admission to the 9/11 Memorial Museum in lower Manhattan, and guarantee your entry to the center that documented the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in 2001. Museum artifacts include first-person accounts of what happened on that September morning in 2001, multi-media displays, and exhibits on history, which commemorate nearly 3,000 people who lost their lives in the attacks.
Empire State Building General & Skip-the-Line Tickets
Empire State Building - a must do
, Feb 2020
Love NYC off season! No lines, great views, VERY friendly staff, well ordered in and out - a must do in the NYC area. Went with our triplet gals - just turning 16 - so much to see - loved the museum sections and animated "through the viewers" scenes.
Excellent guide. Explained all the history of the Statue of Liberty including its construction and took photos of us individually with the Statue in the background.
Also informed us which side of the boat was best for taking photos
Very knowledgeable about the immigration process on Ellis Island & in common with myself had an ancestor who immigrated through there
Marvel at the 360-degree, unobstructed views from the Empire State Building and explore its Interactive Museum and more with this combo ticket. See NYC's landmarks from the 86th-floor observatory, enjoy the exhibitions and augmented reality viewfinders on the 80th floor; and explore the 2nd-floor museum’s immersive displays on the building's history. Upgrade for skip-the-line access, and once on site, choose to upgrade to add a visit to the 102nd-floor observatory.
It is a very pity that you have to get a ticket besides your pass. That is why you always are in two lines before you can go in. We were very early by the boat to Ellis island and in two line we were in line for more then 1,5 hour. Als by the 9/11 museum two lines and more then one houre before you can get in!!
Empire state building they could scan the NYC pass directly. Much better!! All the attraction were great to visit. Super!!
City Pass has perfect amount of activities for the value. Kids are also considered "kids" until 18, which further reduces the cost for teenagers. To redeem and get the physical booklet, you must go through the ticket line at the activity. Depending on which activity, you may wait in line for awhile. Easy to redeem tickets at other locations.
Get the New York CityPASS and enjoy great discounts and skip-the-line access at some of the Big Apple’s top attractions. Your CityPASS includes tickets valid for nine days from date of first use for NYC favorites like the Empire State Building, American Museum of Natural History, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Statue of Liberty, Guggenheim Museum, 9/11 Memorial and Museum and much more. Best of all, you get to bypass the long lines, giving you more time to spend exploring this city that never sleeps.
Loved the carolers and Santa Claus at the top.
Very festive and a nice surprise!
My cocktail was WAY too expensive at $20.50. I ordered a Crown and Coke, but they only had Pepsi. Yes, there IS a taste difference.
See New York City at your feet with admission to the One World Observatory, a 3-story destination on top of the western hemisphere’s tallest building. Ride to the 102nd floor and watch the virtual city skyline transform across centuries of history. Learn about the construction of the skyscraper, which has sweeping views across the city, enjoying New York from a whole new perspective. Or choose from two upgrade options with benefits like skip-the-line security entrance and flexible admission.
We visited Top of the Rock at 10am on our last day in New York. It was the highlight of our trip. It was not very busy so we had a very relaxed experience. It was sunny so it wasn’t too cold -even for January. The visibility was excellent so the views of Central Park, the Statue of Liberty and lower Manhattan were unforgettable!
Get the best view in all of New York City from the Top of the Rock Observation Deck at Rockefeller Plaza. Soak up three floors of indoor and outdoor viewing areas and admire the Big Apple’s popular landmarks, such as One World Trade Center, the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, the Brooklyn Bridge, the Statue of Liberty and more.
The New York Pass: 100+ Attractions including Empire State Building
The New York pass
, Sep 2019
Purchased the 5 day pass and did an itinery before leaving for NYC, pre-booking two Ride trips and a wall street walking tour. It was a full-on trip and we saved a lot of money. It would of cost 442.00 dollars each based on everything we did, so for a family of 4 adults it definitely was worth the money. Purchasing it from Viator did save us some money. Once I got the tickets I screen shot them to a folder on my photos and had no problems. I did take a paper copy, just in case. Would definitely recommend if you plan ahead.
Simplify your trip to the Big Apple, save time and money, and gain access to more than 100 New York attractions, experiences, and tours with this New York Pass. Choose from 1-, 2-, 3-, 4-, 5-, 6-, 7-, and 10-day pass options, granting you access to top NYC attractions including the Empire State Building, the 9/11 Memorial and Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, American Museum of Natural History, cruises, and more. Passes are valid for one year from the purchase date and are activated after your first visit. After activation, your pass is valid for 30 days and/or the remaining number of attraction choices purchased.
Explore the expansive American Museum of Natural History by booking full-day admission tickets. General admission tickets grant you access to about 50 exhibits, including the Rose Center for Earth and Space. You can make the most of your time in the acclaimed museum by upgrading to a Super Saver pass, which includes access to highlights such as Hayden Planetarium and 3D films.
Explore your favorite NYC attractions for one low price with this New York City Explorer Pass. Choose how many attractions you want to visit—up to 10—and enjoy visits to landmarks like the Statue of Liberty and Top of the Rock Observatory, and activities such as a Madison Square Garden tour or Brooklyn bike tour. Sightsee the city with ease during a hop-on hop-off bus tour, or choose a sightseeing cruise. All passes are valid for one year from the purchase date and are activated after your first visit. Your pas is then valid for 30 days and/or the remaining number of attraction choices purchased.
Jessie was a nice person, she led us through the museum and helped us to know how to find our way back to see more of the thing we cared about, but she was very low energy, and really didn't have much to offer in the way of explaining individual pieces or the impact of artistic movements. Definitely seriously overpriced.
I'm not an art aficionado but like going to museums, seeing famous pieces and hearing stories about the artists. This was the perfect way for me to see MoMA. Only 14 people were in our group and we had the most exclusive galleries all to ourselves for an hour. The docent was engaging, pleasant and knowledgeable. After 90 minutes, we felt like it had been a good trip to the museum and went for brunch.
Get early morning access to the MoMA in New York City with this VIP tour. Beat the crowds at this popular attraction by arriving before the museum opens to the public for a tour narrated by a museum guide. Your ticket also grants you admission to MoMA PS1, located in Queens, to use within 14 days.
Elizabeth was an excellent tour guide. So much great information was given including sharing her own personal experience. Thanks for a great tour, even though it was a bit cold! The museum is a most see for everyone.
In remembrance of the events that took place on September 11, 2001, take this 1.5-hour walking tour of Ground Zero and the National September 11 Memorial. Walk through the space of the former World Trade Center in New York City. A certified guide with a personal connection to the events of that day shares stories of tragedy and heroism. Get a deeper understanding of the events that took place here. Upgrade to add entry into the National September 11 Museum.
Magical experience to view a spectacular figure of American history and appreciate the true meaning of lady liberty. Our tour guide Cody was amazing with an exceptional knowledge of the history of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis island above and beyond what I had ever expected. This is a tour that cannot be missed when visiting New York City.
The sheer number of amazing photo oportunities on Liberty island is overwhelming! My only regret is that I went a bit late in the afternoon and there was no boat to Elis Island anymore. I wish this was made clear when booking the ticket.
Save time and minimize stress by buying your tickets to two of New York City’s most sought-after attractions, the Statue of Liberty and the Ellis Island National Immigration Museum in advance. As part your admission package, you’ll enjoy a ferry ride from Manhattan’s Battery Park, a self-guided audio tour, and free time to soak up the experience. Upgrade for early reserve line access, a guide, and entry to the Pedestal Museum.
The world-famous Madame Tussauds New York has over five floors of exhibitions and more than 200 wax figures including celebrities, sporting icons, and politicians. With this admission ticket, enjoy full access and spend as long as you like admiring the waxworks, posing for photos, and enjoying interactive experiences such as the Broadway exhibit or the Marvel 4-D Cinema Experience (if option selected).
New York Sightseeing Day Pass: 100+ Attractions including One World Observatory
, Aug 2019
Quite ok for the money invested. In general it worked quite well. Need to plan properly and to be in time for highlights. Except for the cruise, it was waste of time, they did not follow their itinerary, supposed to go near Brooklyn bridge, but skipped that part and went directly to Liberty, with no excuse.
Visit more than 100 NYC attractions with the money-saving Sightseeing Pass, which allows you to customize your sightseeing itinerary. Choose from a 1-, 2-, 3-, 4-, 5-, 6-, 7-, or 10-day pass to suit your schedule. Enjoy free entry to One World Observatory, Top of the Rock, Statue of Liberty, plus many more, and enjoy unlimited access to CitySightseeing hop-on hop-off buses for the duration of your pass.
Statue of Liberty Monument, 9/11 Memorial and Wall Street Tour
Lovely tour despite rainy weather
, Jan 2020
Our guide Helena was very informative and knew her NYC history, from New Amsterdam to present. The financial district, 911 memorial and Statue of Liberty were a must for us on our trip to NYC. Glad we took this tour. Great walk even in the rain.We liked that we were taken to Battery Park for the ferry, but then were able to spend as much time as we wanted at the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island.
Sara was a great tour guide! She was pleasant and upbeat. We started at Wall Street, then headed to 9-11 memorial. Along the way Sara told us several stories/history facts about NYC. The tour with Sara lasted about 2 hours, we ended at Battery Park where she helped us get on the boat to Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. These are self guided tours, Sara doesn't go along on the last part of the tour. Be very easy to maneuver on your own. Sara kept us entertained...would definitely recommend.
Discover three of New York City's most memorable sites on this Viator Exclusive tour, available nowhere else. Hear the history of Wall Street on a guided walking tour, then visit the 9/11 Memorial to learn about one of the most significant events in NYC history. Finally, ride the ferry to Liberty Island and enjoy an audio tour of the Statue of Liberty and its museum.
Avoid the hassle of waiting to enter New York City’s Museum of Modern Art with this convenient skip-the-line ticket that grants you entrance on arrival. It’s not surprise that MoMA is an incredibly popular attraction. With artists like Andy Warhol, Vincent van Gogh, Jackson Pollock, Cindy Sherman and many more, the queue can be backlogged for hours. But with your handy skip-the-line ticket, you’ll glide right past it and head straight to the good stuff. Plus, your ticket includes admission to MoMA PS1, the contemporary art center in Long Island City.
I mainly went to this museum to see the nice collection of planes they had. I left having learned a lot about a renowned warship in US history, life at sea, one of the first submarines with nuclear strike capacity and was awed by the first space shuttle orbiter ever built. My only regret is that the day wasn't long enough for me to take the concorde tour. Next time!
Spent a great couple of hours here...
Aircraft on the flight deck are looking very tired now (this is my 3rd time on the Intrepid over the last 10 years)
Space Shuttle was well worth the admission on it's own.
Gain admission to The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, New York City's only educational institution housed on an aircraft carrier. Make your way to the Hudson River to see the flight deck and more on the legendary USS ‘Intrepid.’ In addition, you’ll get up close to the first space shuttle (the ‘Enterprise’) and explore a guided missile submarine (the USS ‘Growler’). You’re connected to history and innovation through interactive exhibits and firsthand accounts — something the entire family can enjoy.
See more of New York City's top attractions with this multi-day, hop-on hop-off bus tour, with one or more attraction tickets and discount card included, depending on the option you choose. With your 2- or 3-day pass, you're whisked across NYC with hassle-free bus travel, commentary from your guides, and bus loops covering uptown, downtown, and even Brooklyn. Along the way, see top sights like the Statue of Liberty and Central Park, cruise through neighborhoods from Greenwich Village to Times Square, and of course, hop off any time you'd like.
911 Ground Zero Tour with Museum Skip-the-Line Access
Respectful, moving, and very well done
, Nov 2019
Andrew Lazar was our guide. We had a small group of 6. Andrew went way above and beyond while trying to contact 2 of the group who were late arriving at the meeting spot. He went ahead and started the tour after we waited over 20 minutes for them to arrive. They did catch-up shortly after he started and he made sure they got the information they had missed. I really like that he presented the information from the viewpoint of the Fire Company who survived the collapse of the towers. Andrew went at a pace that was easy for everyone and the tour was just the right amount of time. He took us all around the site and into different buildings that gave a great variety of views around the site. The site had special meaning to Andrew as his mother and grandmother worked in buildings affected by the event. The memorial and museum are well presented. A fitting memorial and affirmation of life.
Visitors can learn about one of America's greatest national tragedies—and pay their respects—by visiting the World Trade Center Complex in Lower Manhattan. On this two-part, guided walking tour, travelers learn about the September 11 attacks, visit the World Trade Center Memorial Plaza, and uncover the heroic actions of the first responders. Stop at the National 9/11 Memorial & Museum for a self-guided tour, and explore the hallowed site at your own pace.
Explore New York City at your own pace with this combo tour, valid for 72 hours. Your pass includes a hop-on hop-off bus tour featuring three routes, a night bus tour, a hop-on hop-off cruise, and a Liberty Island ferry. A ticket to either the Top of the Rock Observation Deck or the Empire State Building, plus entrance to the Museum of the City of New York is included.
Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Skip the Line Small-Group Tour
The Lady protects us all
, Jan 2020
This tour is the. Early skip the line tour so rug up but enjoy relative freedom to look, see, read and photograph without too much people pressure. Our tour guide RJ was fabulous in explaining the history and story behind the Statue of Liberty. RJ met our group at Castle Clinton prior to heading over to see the Statue of Liberty - he explained the past of Castle Clinton- originally built as a fort to ward off the British. Also pointed out a number of features and landmarks in the area. Once we arrived at The Statue of Liberty we had entry to The Pedestal - museum and stairs to the lookout point at the top of the pedestal. This amounted to climbing some 200 odd steps although there is also a lift. Do not do the steps unless you are reasonably fit & even so take your time. We had 75 minutes free time to explore the area on our own and take photos etc. This also allowed us the opportunity to visit the recently opened new museum. We then went on to Ellis Island - which was the entry point for some 12M immigrants. I find the immigration story both sad and one of joy and hope and even though the new arrivals were treated relatively well it just seems such a bleak place that I struggle to stay there for very long.
We thoroughly enjoyed our tour of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island! We highly recommend this tour. Our guide, Joel, was a great story teller. We learned so much about the history of immigration and the gift of the statue. In addition to the guided tour, we had an opportunity to explore on our own. We will definitely be doing another tour.
Immerse yourself in New York City history with this half-day visit to Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. Enjoy priority boarding on the Liberty Island ferry and visit the iconic Statue of Liberty with a local guide, including the Statue of Liberty Museum and the observation deck. Continue by ferry to Ellis Island to learn more about New York's immigration history. Ferry tickets and all entrance fees are included.
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is home to one of the world’s finest collections of modern and contemporary art, in a modernist building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Pre-book tickets to the Guggenheim to get convenient, skip-the-line access to this landmark New York City art museum, and explore at your own pace during its hours of operation.
I really enjoyed our visit, we were only in NYC for a 2 full days, and we wanted to do a lot, but we really love visiting zoo's or animal parks when they're an option. The Central Park zoo is especially good for a morning or afternoon visit, but it's certainly only about a half-day experience. We also visited when it was pretty cold, I imagine it's a bit more pretty in the Spring and Summer. It's also pretty accessible, most exhibits are accessible, with some viewing points only accessible by stairs. I wouldn't categorize it as full accessible, especially for chair-bound guests. I think our ticket also included like a kids area petting zoo, which we did not take advantage of.
Save precious time by prepurchasing reserve-line tickets for the ferry to Liberty and Ellis islands. Get familiar with boarding procedures during a 30-minute orientation tour with a guide, then enjoy priority boarding, bypassing the oft-lengthy flex ticket general line. Explore the grounds of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Museum with the aid of an audio guide, and upgrade for access to Lady Liberty’s pedestal.
The New York Sightseeing Flex Pass: Save Big on 100+ Attractions and Tours!
All the top sights covered
, Jan 2020
We spent the day with Jerry (driver) and Jack our guide - they are a great team. Jerry expertly manoeuvres the reasonably comfortable and v quiet 32 seat bus around NY’s streets and always seemed to get us close to where we needed to get on & off. It is important to remember this is a get on & off tour so you do a bit of sightseeing at key locations. Jack is extremely well informed and passionate about his city & shares a great deal of information. My favourite stop was Central Park & Strawberry Fields- we were lucky enough to have a busker singing “Imagine” while we were there. Definitely recommend this tour but doubt I would bring anyone younger than 14/15 as I think 6 hrs is too long for them.
See the attractions that interest you in New York City with this Sightseeing Flex Pass. Select the number of attractions you want to visit (from two to 12) and use your pass to gain access at any time within 30 days. More than 100 NYC attractions and activities are available to choose from, such as the Statue of Liberty, One World Observatory, and Top of the Rock Observation Deck.