Attraction Pass 24 Hours

Attraction Pass 24 Hours

Must-See Tour

4.5 Stars

UP TO 61% OFF  DEAL ENDS: 11:59PM on 09/23/19
Adults
$119 $69
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Kids (age 4-12)
$79 $49
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The Attraction Pass™ 1 Day is ideal for those who want to get an overview of the city and see essential sights. The pass provides you access to top New York attractions and tours, including hop-on hop-off bus tours, Statue of Liberty Cruise, Central Park bike tour, and more. If you want to explore New York further, you can also take advantage of the museum admissions included in the pass, or take a tour at Madison Square Garden and Radio City Music Hall. The Downtown as well as Uptown & Harlem hop-on hop-off bus tours will serve as a connection between all the attractions and tours, so you will find the navigation in New York easy and fun!

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  • Hours of Operation: Daily Monday 10am - 5:30pm, Tuesday 10am - 8pm, Wed - Fri 10am - 5:30pm, Sat 10am - 8pm, Sun 10am - 5:30pm

  • Average Visit Duration: 2 hours

Located on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, the Guggenheim Museum features some of the world’s most impressive pieces of Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, Modern, and Contemporary art. Designed by iconic architect Frank Lloyd Wright, the building itself is just as breathtaking as the paintings and 3D sculptures that grace its galleries. Not only will you find yourself inspired by the beautiful pieces of artwork that are permanently on display, it also features ever-changing exhibitions, allowing you to experience even more cutting-edge art during your visit. If you are looking to soak in as much art and culture as possible during your trip to NYC, a visit to the Guggenheim Museum is a must.

  • Hours of Operation: Daily Sun - Thur 11am - 5:30pm, Fri and Sat 10am - 9pm

  • Average Visit Duration: 4 hours

With 17 curatorial departments, 2 million square feet of gallery space, and over 2 million works in its permanent collections, The Metropolitan Museum of Art or “The Met” is the largest museum in the U.S. This museum is home to encyclopedic collections of musical instruments, costumes, accessories, antique weapons and armor from around the world. Installed in its galleries are several notable interiors, ranging from first-century Rome to contemporary American Art. The museum is open seven days a week and guided informative tours are offered throughout the day. You will undoubtedly have a great experience witnessing relics from real Egyptian mummies and ancient Islamic carvings to Native American masks and much more.

  • Location: Central Park West & 79th St, New York, NY 10024

  • Hours of Operation: Daily 10am - 5:45pm

  • Average Visit Duration: 3 hours

  • Admission Included: General Admission

American Museum of Natural History is one of the largest natural history museums in the world, and it's also one of the most essential museums New York City has. Located right next to Central Park, the museum comprises 28 interconnected buildings with 45 permanent exhibition halls. Its collections contain over 33 million specimens, ranging from human remains, fossils, minerals, to rocks. Halls to visit include: Mammal Halls, Birds, Reptiles, and Amphibian Halls, Human Origins and Cultural Halls, Fossil Halls, and more.

  • Location: 234 W 42nd St, New York, NY 10036

  • Hours of Operation: Daily Sun - Wed: 10am - 11pm, Thu - Sat: 10am - 1am

  • Average Visit Duration: 2 hours

Founded by Robert Ripley, Ripley's Believe It or Not! deals in bizarre events and items so strange that people may question the claims. At Ripley's you can explore 500+ amazing artifacts, eclectic artworks, and mind-bending displays. You can also participate in action-packed exhibits like Smash Dash to experience the thrill. Family-friendly galleries are available too, from baseball fans to movie buffs, everyone would find Ripley's a fun and engaging experience.

  • Hours of Operation: Daily Wed - Sat 11am - 6pm, Sunday 12pm - 5pm

  • Average Visit Duration: 1 hour

A part of New York City’s famed Museum Mile, El Museo del Barrio is a unique museum that is unlike any other in the city. Known to locals as simply “El Museo,” it houses an impressive collection of artwork and culturally significant artifacts from Latin America and the Caribbean. There is also a special focus on artwork created by Puerto Ricans and members of New York’s vibrant Puerto Rican community. The museum’s goal is to educate visitors from around the globe about Latin America’s rich history. Inside El Museo’s walls, you’ll be treated to collections filled with pre-Columbian Taíno artifacts, modern Latino art, education exhibits, sculptures, installations, and much more. The museum’s onsite café also allows you to experience authentic Latin American cuisine before you depart. If you want to learn more about New York’s diverse cultural history, don’t pass up a visit to El Museo del Barrio. 

  • Departure Point: Any stop along the route (Stop #1-16)

  • Schedule: Daily 8am - 6pm

  • Unlimited Hop On Hop Off

  • Complete loop takes approx: 2 hours

  • Free Wifi Available on Board

  • Recorded narration available in these 11 languages:
    English
    Español
    Italiano
    Deutsch
    Français
    Português
    한국어
    Русский язык
    中文
    日本語
    עברית

See all of Manhattan’s most legendary landmarks by taking part in our Downtown Tour. Beginning in the heart of Midtown under the glittering glow of Times Square, this tour travels south and passes iconic locations like Rockefeller Center, the Empire State Building, and Radio City Music Hall. After passing through the culturally rich streets of Chinatown and Little Italy, you’ll head to Financial District and Battery Park before rounding Manhattan’s southern tip. There, you’ll easily be able to spot the Statue of Liberty as she stands tall across the harbor. On the way back to Times Square, you’ll also view the newly constructed One World Trade Center soaring over one hundred stories high. This tour also allows you to hop off the bus at any of the included locations should you decide to explore them further. For a comprehensive and convenient way to see all of the city’s most essential landmarks, you can’t go wrong with the Downtown Tour.

See list of stops on the map below
  • Departure Point: Any stop along the route (Stop #3 and 16-29)

  • Schedule: Daily 9am - 5pm

  • Unlimited Hop On Hop Off

  • Complete loop takes approx: 2 hours

  • Free Wifi Available on Board

  • Recorded narration available in these 11 languages:
    English
    Español
    Italiano
    Deutsch
    Français
    Português
    한국어
    Русский язык
    中文
    日本語
    עברית

Uptown Manhattan and Harlem are home to some of the city’s most culturally and historically important locations. Now, you can see these unique and diverse areas of the city like never before. From the tour’s starting point in serene Central Park, you’ll make your way through the breathtaking and artistic neighborhoods of Harlem, which once served as the epicenter of New York’s African American cultural movement. You’ll also pass through the borough’s “Museum Mile,” an area between 82nd and 105th Street that houses some of the city’s most famous museums. Considered one of the most impressive concentrations of culturally significant artifacts and works of art in the world, this unique area attracts tens of millions of patrons each year.

See list of stops on the map below
  • Departure Point: World Financial Terminal at Battery Park City (Vesey St. and North End Ave.)

  • Schedule: Daily
    Mon to Sun:: 11:00 AM, 12:15 PM, 1:00 PM, 2:00 PM, 3:00 PM, 3:45 PM, 4:45 PM & 6:30 PM

  • Complete loop takes approx: 1 hour and 15 minutes

Cruise the New York Harbor while getting a close look at the Statue of Liberty and the iconic Manhattan skyline right from the water! Don't miss the oppurtunity to see South Street Seaport, which houses a fascinating collection of antique ships from throughout the city's history. Relaxing, fun, and informative, the Liberty Cruise offers an unbeatable way to see the sights while enjoying the ride!

  • Departure Point: 286 West 46th Street (Between 7th & 8th Avenue) (Stop #1)

  • Schedule: Frequent Departures, Daily 7pm - 11pm

  • Complete loop takes approx: 1 hour and 45 minutes

  • Free Wifi Available on Board

New York reveals its true magnificence at night when the city that never sleeps glows with millions of lights. Our double decker Night Tour takes you from Times Square down 5th Avenue to the Empire State Building, Greenwich Village, Chinatown, and Little Italy, before crossing over to Brooklyn. As the bus returns to Manhattan the Brooklyn Bridge provides a truly dazzling performance of light and architecture. After passing the United Nations, the tour continues with the Chrysler building and Grand Central Terminal, two of the most beautiful structures in the entire city. Before you know it, the bus has returned to the glamorous lights of Times Square, leaving you with a night of memories to last a lifetime! The Night Tour departs from 286 W 46th Street (46th Street Between 7th & 8th Avenue)

  • Location: 278 Spring St, New York, NY 10013

  • Hours of Operation: Daily 10am - 5pm

  • Average Visit Duration: 2 hours

The New York City Fire Museum brings together collections of fire-related art, artifacts, gear, and apparatus from the late 18th century to the present. Visitors will learn about the evolution of firefighting from the days of the bucket brigades, through the history of volunteer firefighters, up to the latest firefighting techniques and equipment. The museum is home to a memorial for the members of the FDNY who made the ultimate sacrifice on September 11, alongside artifacts that were recovered from the World Trade Center site. The museum is dedicated to collecting, preserving, and sharing the history of the FDNY and to teaching fire prevention and safety.

  • Location: 216 W 44th St, New York, NY 10036

  • Hours of Operation: Daily 10am - 8pm

  • Complete loop takes approx: Average Visit Duration: 2 hours

Trade the land of the large for an immersive miniature experience. Spanning 50,000 inspired square feet, Gulliver’s Gate is a technologically advanced and interactive museum of miniatures that challenges your perspective and ignites your wildest imagination. Illustrating 25+ cities across five continents with engaging scenes that come to life, walking through Gulliver’s Gate is a giant experience in a world of miniatures. Look closely to find 967 buildings, 9891 windows, 102 bridges, 233 cars, 47 pizzas, and other miniature wonders all brought to life in a tiny big way by our 200 master craftsmen and artists from around the world.

  • Location: 245 W 14th St, New York, NY 10011

  • Hours of Operation: Daily 10am - 8pm

  • Complete loop takes approx: Average Visit Duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes

Visit the only public museum in the world dedicated to exploring espionage operations carried out by the main security agency for the Soviet Union from 1954-1991, the KGB. Visitors will walk through a one-of-a-kind collection of items that haven’t been public until now. The exhibits reveal details about the secret lives of KGB agents and provide insight into the strategies behind many of history’s top-secret espionage operations. The museum’s mission is to showcase the secret history of a clandestine organization in an informative, engaging, and factual way, with an emphasis on espionage’s role in world events.

  • Hours of Operation: Daily 10am , 1pm , 4pm

  • 2 hours

Our Guided Central Park Bike Tours are a perfect blend of movie scenes, classic architecture, historical attractions, celebrity sightings, and much more. Take a bicycle tour of the world's most famous urban park and experience New York in a completely unique, fun, and exhilarating way. On our guided bike tours you will help you see Central Park like you never could on foot. We'll take you to see everything from the incredible Olmsted designed waterfall, pool and loch to the famous Metropolitan Museum of Art. We make it easy to get your bike and get the most from your time in the Park. As you journey through the Central Park, spotting wildlife through the trees and gliding over the gentle hills, your trained guide will point out famous Hollywood film locations, like the areas where they shot everything from Big Daddy and Friends to You've Got Mail and Sex and the City. You'll also get to see where famous stars like Al Pacino, Steven Spielberg and many others reside around the park. These bike tours in New York City are unique experience you shouldn't miss. We provide everything you need to enjoy a day in the park. As you ride from place to place, you will see a wide range of attractions, including: The Carousel, The Wollman Ice Skating Rink, The Plaza Hotel, and more. Your guide will lead you to some of the most interesting spots, oversee your adventure, and provide the bits of history, pop culture, and more to complete the experience.

  • Hours of Operation: Daily 9:30am - 3:00pm, Knicks days 12:15pm - 3:00pm

  • 1 hour and 15 minutes

Located in Midtown Manhattan, Madison Square Garden is known as “The World’s Most Famous Arena" - find out why in this all-access tour. Home to New York Knicks and New York Rangers, Madison Square Garden has also played host to numerous concerts involving some of the world’s most famous musicians, such as Billy Joel, Elton John, Parliament-Funkadelic, The Grateful Dead, and Phish. Roam the halls through which these athletic and musical icons have trod as you listen to the knowledgeable tour guide bring this magical venue to life. Want to experience the history first-hand? Be sure to try the interactive VR experience of some of the Garden’s famous moments. There’s plenty to do at MSG!

  • Hours of Operation: Daily 9:30am - 5:00pm

  • 1 hour and 15 minutes

Kick up a great time at the world-famous “Home of the Rockettes.” Learn the history of the Great Stage and discover the art deco masterpieces within its walls as part of a tour guided by one of the Hall’s many charismatic and knowledgeable staff members. On the tour, you can visit the basement, home of the innovative hydraulic system that transforms the stage into a dynamic presence, as well as the lobby area. Be sure to take some time out of walking around this magnificent building to chat and take a picture with a real-life Rockette and visit their Hall of Fame. You will surely enjoy the beauty and history of the Radio City Music Hall!

  • Location: 9 W 60th St (Between Broadway and Columbus Avenue), New York, NY 10023

  • Hours of Operation: Daily 7:30am - 9pm

  • 4 hours

Enjoy the fresh air while breezily pedaling through Central Park on one of your two days in NYC with our convenient bike rentals. With 4 hours to ride, you'll be sure to get your fill of sights, nature, and beautiful Manhattan scenery. Our bicycles are professionally maintained to ensure that nothing gets in the way of your perfect Central Park adventure!

  • Schedule: Time Varies

  • Tour Duration: Varies

The best way to experience a city’s culture is by eating and drinking like a local. New York has always been a cultural melting pot, and Spirits on Foot Tour allows you to enjoy all of the unique libations that the Big Apple has to offer. This memorable experience will introduce you to some of the most authentic and delicious off-the-beaten-path bars and restaurants that the city has to offer. Every surprise stop comes highly recommended by your New Yorker guide, so you know the food is going to be great. Get ready to drink your way through the city’s five boroughs. 

  • Schedule: Time Varies

  • 3 hours and 30 minutes

The best way to experience a city’s culture is by eating and drinking like a local. New York has always been a cultural melting pot, and Spirits on Foot Tour allows you to enjoy all of the unique libations that the Big Apple has to offer. This memorable experience will introduce you to some of the most authentic and delicious off-the-beaten-path bars and restaurants that the city has to offer. Every surprise stop comes highly recommended by your New Yorker guide, so you know the food is going to be great. Get ready to drink your way through the city’s five boroughs. 

  • Departure Point: Pennsylvania Hotel, Lexington Hotel, Sheraton New York, & Row NYC

  • Schedule: Daily Duration: 8:30am - 3:00pm, 9:30am - 4:00pm, 10:30am - 6:30pm, 11:30am - 7:30pm

  • Complete loop takes approx: 6 hours and 30 minutes

Located roughly 50 miles and one hour’s drive from Manhattan, the grounds of the Woodbury Common Premium Outlets is the perfect destination for a day trip outside the City. Save your hard-earned money while simultaneously building up your wardrobe, as you enjoy extraordinary prices at such well-known clothing establishments as Brooks Brothers, Ann Taylor, Guess, Marc Jacobs, and more. Accessorize your new clothing with handbags from Kate Spade, jewelry from Kay Jewelers, and watches from Citizen, all at a fraction of the retail prices you would pay elsewhere. Need a break from shopping? Sit down in the Market Hall and dine on tasty food, delicious sandwiches or yummy yogurt. If you are making the trip with a family including youngsters, take advantage of the children’s play area and complimentary strollers.

  • Departure Point: Battery Park (Between West St. & Washington St.) (Stop #12)

  • Schedule: Once Daily 10am

  • Complete loop takes approx: 1 hour and 45 minutes

  • Free Wifi Available on Board

Brooklyn remains an indespensible part of any New York adventure. Experience the city's hippest culture as our double-deckers tour all the essential sites of this iconic borough, including diverse destinations like Prospect Park, Grand Army Plaza, and the Barclays Center. The route is rounded off by a stunning view of the Manhattan skyline from across the river. As a key component of the iconic skyline, the Brooklyn Bridge remains a powerful sight well over a century after its construction.   

  • Departure Point: Stop No 16 (8th Ave btwn 42nd St & 43rd St) (Stop #15)

  • Schedule: Once Daily 9:00am

  • Complete loop takes approx: 2 hours

  • Free Wifi Available on Board

Nothing says New York like The Yankees, and our tour of the Bronx brings you right to their home field! The new Yankee Stadium has housed icons like Derek Jeter, A-Rod, and Mariano Rivera, and remains one of the most impressive and expensive stadiums in the history of sports. Our Bronx tour also features a ride through Harlem and Midtown, areas teeming with culture and history.  

  • Location: 1220 5th Ave, New York, NY 10029

  • Hours of Operation: Daily 10am - 6pm

  • Average Visit Duration: 1 hour

Located along the Museum Mile section of Fifth Avenue, the Museum of the City of New York chronicles local culture through an array of exhibitions, interactive programs, publications, and other media. Founded in 1923 and housed in a landmark building, the nonprofit museum hosts temporary exhibitions to complement extensive permanent collections. Hallways and gallery spaces invite guests inside to study historic maps, photographs of life and architecture, and artwork, as well as vintage displays gathering toys, fashion, and furniture—providing more insight into the city's rich character than the diary of Al Pacino.

  • Location: 3 East 43 Street

  • Hours of Operation: Daily

  • 2 hours

Departing from the WindowsWear Museum at Berkeley College in Midtown Manhattan, this exciting tour will bring out the fashionista in everyone! Lasting 2 hours and covering 17 city blocks of some of the most famous real estate in the world, the WindowsWear Fashion Tour, led by an experienced fashion expert, will immerse you in the best of fashion that NYC has to offer, including such iconic designers as Marc Jacobs, Gucci, and Alexander McQueen. Get an insider’s look at how these world-famous stores design their window displays, while you get to know the history and origins of stores like Barneys and Saks Fifth Avenue. As you are listening to these fascinating stories, imbibe the famous features and landmarks of the City as you stroll down historic Fifth Avenue.

  • Schedule: Saturdays Only

  • Tour Duration: Varies

There are plenty of unique events going on in New York City - you just have to know where to find them. This excursion will take you all the way to Queens to experience a true culinary delight - the Queens Night Market in Flushing Meadows Park. This open-air market takes place on warm summer nights and allows you to experience cuisines from around the globe. While you’re free to roam anywhere you’d like at the Market, your guide can provide you with useful tips and help you locate famous landmarks in the area. Our only advice? Come with an appetite!

Deal ends: 11:59pm on 09/23/19