Want to see the sights of New York for less? Then this deal is for you. If you can't afford to go very far and would like to explore your own "backyard", then you can try the New York Pass. A month ago I wrote about CityPass, which I have used before, and enjoyed very much. CityPass is a great deal if you have not seen the six attractions before.
- Empire State Building Observatory
- American Museum of Natural History & Rose Center
- Guggenheim Museum
- The Museum of Modern Art
- The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Cloisters
- Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises OR Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island
Free entry to over 50 attractions – Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, New York Skyride, Madame Tussaud’s, Circle Line River Cruise, Guggenheim Museum, Museum of Modern Art, Madison Square Garden Tour, NBC Studio Tours, New York Aquarium, Top of the Rock™ Observation Deck, Uncle Sam's Hamilton Financial Tour & many others
Prices range from $75 for a one day adult pass ($55 for child) to $180 for a 7 day adult pass ($140 for child). Currently, there is a deal with the Tourist Buses that take you all around the city. To see all the available pricing, check out the prices page on the New York Pass website.
Have you used CityPass or New York Pass? We'd love to hear about your experience.
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