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Explore the best of New York City at your own pace with hop-on, hop-off bus tickets through downtown, a cruise to Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty, and bike rental in Central Park. You’ll have 24 hours to see everything from Times Square to Greenwich Village, Freedom Tower, and Battery Park, with stops at New York City’s most iconic landmarks and neighborhoods.
  • 24-hour passes on a NYC double decker bus
  • Great overview and orientation of the city
  • Multiple departure times and locations available
  • Cruise to Ellis Island and Liberty Island
  • Bike rental in Central Park
  • Ideal choice for families
  • Pre-recorded audio commentary
Choose the start time that suits your schedule, then hop on the double decker bus route at any point. High-quality, pre-recorded audio guides will tell the story of New York City as you pass some of the Big Apple’s highlights: step off at Rockefeller Center or Central Park South, or pause at the former Carnegie Deli.

There are stops at Times Square North and Times Square South, so you can soak up all the hubbub, crowds, and lights, then visit the Empire State Building for a quiet view of the city from above. Shop like a New Yorker at Macy’s before the bus continues to the Flat Iron Building, Union Square, and the East Village. Get a glimpse of the city at it’s most stylish in Soho, and enjoy views of New York's bustling downtown on the way to to Canal Street, City Hall, Battery Park, and the Cruise Terminal.

This hop-on, hop-off bus pass also includes tickets for a cruise to Liberty Island and Ellis Island, so you can see New York Harbor from the water and snap unobstructed photos of the Statue of Liberty. When you're ready to stretch your legs and escape the city streets, head to Central Park for a bike rental, then pedal down the park's quiet bike paths and walkways.


Stop 1: 286 West 46th Street (46th Street & 8th Avenue)
Stop 2: Rockefeller Center (6th Avenue between 48th and 49th Street)
Stop 3: Times Square North (7th Avenue between 50th and 51st Street)
Stop 4: Macy's (250 W 34th Street between 7th and 8th Avenue)
Stop 5: Empire State Building (34th St btwn Broadway and 5th Ave)
Stop 6: Flatiron Building (5th Ave btwn 21st St and 22nd St)
Stop 7: Union Square (5th Avenue between 14th and 15th Street)
Stop 8: Washington Square Park (8th St btwn University Pl and Greene St)
Stop 9: Soho (565 Broadway btwn Spring St & Broome St)
Stop 10: Canal Street (Broadway btwn White St and Walker St)
Stop 11: City Hall (250 Broadway)
Stop 12: Battery Park (17 Battery Place)
Stop 13: Highline (West Side Highway btwn 16th St and 17th St)
Stop 14: Garment District (8th Ave, btwn 34th St and 35th St)
Stop 15: Port Authority (8th Ave, btwn 42nd St and 43rd St)


Viator Traveler's Reviews

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, Jan 2018

It was my first time doing a double decker tour and I absolutely loved it! It was amazing to see the well-known buildings like Empire State Building and Flatiron from the open top - away from the crowd, better pictures! TopView staff was friendly and helpful too.

, Dec 2017

Had to walk more than 15 blocks just to get to the voucher redemption center and then had to walk back another 7 blocks to get on the bus. The bus was very cramped and the speakers by my seat did not work so I missed the narration for the first 4 stops until I could move to a different seat. Traffic was horrendous not your fault but it does take away from seeing the sights.

The Liberty cruise was definitely the highlight but it also become the biggest negative of the experience. First the good part - seeing the Statue of Liberty up close was amazing and our guide was very knowledgeable and engaging. I would recommend this part to everyone.

Now for the bad part - we waited for the shuttle to the boat for over an hour, which meant we only had the option of the 3:30 cruise. We finally got one of the shuttle drivers to radio about the shuttle otherwise we may have missed it altogether. It also meant that any other shuttle hops we wanted to use were eliminated because there was no more time after the cruise.

The worst part, though, was being set up when we got done with the cruise. When we got off the boat, there was a single shuttle waiting and it was crammed full but there were still about 35 to 40 people waiting to ride back to the shuttle stop. Conveniently though, there were some old limos and miscellaneous drivers who were willing to drive people back for an additional charge. The driver that tried to hustle me wanted 45 to drive me back to my hotel - less than 2.5 miles away. There were lots of comments about the next shuttle being more than an hour away and missing the final bus back to mid-town, etc., all of which made it seem like this was all planned. I personally elected to walk away and took a real taxi back to the hotel for less the 20 during rush hour.

Being hustled may be part of the New York experience but it managed to tarnish the whole sight-seeing experience for me.

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