Attraction Pass 3 Days: Best New York Sightseeing Attraction Pass
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American Museum of Natural History Manhattan
Bike Rental Central Park
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Attraction Pass 3 Days

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About This Pass

With our Attraction Pass 3 Days, you will make the most of your 3 days in New York. As an all-inclusive sightseeing package, the Attraction Pass 3 Days gives you the flexibility to enjoy hop-on hop-off bus tours, nonstop sightseeing bus tours, Statue of Liberty cruise, Central Park bike rental, museum visits, and fun, interactive activities at Ripley’s Believe It or Not. Start with the Downtown Tour to see all that NYC has to offer: Times Square, Empire State Building, Union Square, and more. Take in panoramic sights of the Statue of Liberty and Manhattan skyline on Liberty Cruise, then head to visit the American Museum of Natural History and the Museum of the City of New York by way of our Uptown & Harlem Tour. If you are curious to see different perspectives of NYC, use the Night Tour, Brooklyn Tour, and Bronx Tour. Your 3 days in New York will be fun and memorable!

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

  • Schedule:
    Daily 8am - 5pm

  • Unlimited Hop-On Hop-Off

  • Complete Loop Takes:
    Approx. 2 hours and 30 minutes

The Experience

Where better to begin your exploration of New York City than the bustling downtown Manhattan? This exciting double-decker tour route commences in Midtown’s world-famous Times Square and winds its way to the southern tip of the island. Along this first leg of the route, you can visit iconic places such as Rockefeller Center and Radio City Music Hall, view architectural marvels such as the Empire State and Flatiron Buildings, and ingest the cultural flavors of neighborhoods like Little Italy and Chinatown. As the tour reaches its southernmost point, stop at Battery Park with a picnic lunch and gaze upon the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor. Skirting the Hudson River and the West Side, the return leg of the route allows you to glimpse both the old and the new: the historic Meatpacking and Garment Districts as well as One World Trade Center, the tallest building in the United States.

See list of stops on the map below

What You'll See

Times Square, Rockefeller Center, Empire State Building, Flatiron Building, Macy's, Madison Square Garden, Union Square, Washington Square Park, Soho, Chinatown, Little Italy, Battery Park, Charging Bull, One World Trade Center, and more!

Onboard Amenities

State-of-the-art GPS-guided Audio Narration
English
Español
Italiano
Deutsch
Français
Português
한국어
Русский язык
中文
日本語
עברית
Unparalleled Views and Photo Ops
camera
Free Earphones Provided
audio-no-globe
Free Ponchos
poncho
See-through Covers for Weather Protection
  • Departure Point:
    Any stop along the route (Stop #3 and 15-28)

  • Schedule:
    Daily 9am - 5pm

  • Unlimited Hop-On Hop-Off

  • Complete Loop Takes:
    Approx. 2 hours

The Experience

The Uptown and Harlem tour route offers you the opportunity to view New York City in all of its eclectic wonder. Built around the natural beauty that is 843-acre Central Park, this particular tour proceeds along the western edge of this testament to greenery and nature, including stops at the Museum of Natural History at Central Park West and 79th Street. From here, the route progresses northward into historic Harlem, the heart of African-American culture in the city and home to the celebrated Apollo Theater. After visiting the Apollo, continue your cultural education by taking a walk along the eastern part of Central Park and its “Museum Mile,” home to such learned spaces as the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim. As the tour returns to its terminus in Midtown, you can complete this well-rounded route by taking in a show at Carnegie Hall.

See list of stops on the map below

What You'll See

Central Park, Carnegie Hall, Columbus Circle, Museum of Natural History, The Cathedral of St John the Divine, Apollo Theater, Guggenheim Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Plaza Hotel, and more!

Onboard Amenities

State-of-the-art GPS-guided Audio Narration
English
Español
Italiano
Deutsch
Français
Português
한국어
Русский язык
中文
日本語
עברית
Unparalleled Views and Photo Ops
camera
Free Earphones Provided
audio-no-globe
Free Ponchos
poncho
See-through Covers for Weather Protection

This Pass gives you access to one of the Liberty Cruise options below.

No need to decide now. Choose when you exchange your online booking confirmation for a boarding ticket.

The Experience

Of course, no visit to the Big Apple is complete without a cruise to get up close and personal with Lady Liberty herself! Embarking at the World Financial Terminal in Battery Park, you will not only be able to view the Statue of Liberty in all of her grandeur with this cruise, but also glimpse such NYC landmarks like the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges as well as Governors and Ellis Islands. After stopping at the Brooklyn Army Terminal, the cruise winds its way back to Manhattan, enabling you to get a unique view of the city’s awe-inspiring skyline.

  • Departure Point:
    46th St btwn 7th Ave & 8th Ave, off of 8th Ave

  • Hop-On Hop-Off Connection Stop:
    Downtown Route: Stop #1

  • Schedule:
    Daily 6pm - 10pm

  • Complete Loop Takes:
    Approx. 1 hour and 45 minutes

The Experience

Beginning and ending in colorful Times Square, the four-hour Night Tour is one of the best ways in which to experience a city that truly never sleeps. This particular double-decker bus route proceeds down 5th Avenue, passing by the glorious Empire State Building and through such famous neighborhoods as Soho, Greenwich Village, Chinatown, before heading into the borough of Brooklyn. While on the Manhattan Bridge, you can look to the west and view the luminosity and innovative design of the world-renowned Brooklyn Bridge. After making a U-turn on Flatbush Avenue and Tillery Street in Brooklyn, the tour returns to Times Square by way of 1st Avenue, offering you a dazzling view of the United Nations Building.

What You'll See

Times Square, Empire State Building, Flatiron Building, Chinatown, Union Square, 5th Avenue City Hall, Brooklyn Bridge, Manhattan Bridge, Great Views of the Manhattan Skyline, Grand Central Terminal, United Nations, One World Trade Center, and more!

Onboard Amenities

State-of-the-art GPS-guided Audio Narration
Unparalleled Views and Photo Ops
camera
Free Earphones Provided
audio-no-globe
Free Ponchos
poncho
See-through Covers for Weather Protection
  • Departure Point:
    17 Battery Place, between West st & Washington St

  • Hop-On Hop-Off Connection Stop:
    Downtown Route: Stop #12

  • Schedule:
    Daily 10am

  • Complete Loop Takes:
    Approx. 1 hour and 45 minutes

The Experience

Here is your chance to explore what is arguably the hippest of the five NYC boroughs! You will be yelling “Hello, Brooklyn!” as your double-decker tour bus makes its way from its terminus at Battery Park, on the southern tip of Manhattan, over the Manhattan bridge, and into the borough itself. Going straight down iconic Flatbush Avenue, the route will take you through the trendy DUMBO (Down Under the Manhattan and Brooklyn Overpass) neighborhood to the intersection with Atlantic Avenue, the site of the state-of-the-art Barclays Center and the home of the NBA’s Brooklyn Nets as well as the NHL’s New York Islanders. From here, the tour goes around the tree- and row house-lined enclave of Prospect Heights before heading west to the historic Grand Army Plaza, situated at the northern tip of scenic Prospect Park. You will conclude your tour of Brooklyn by heading toward New York Harbor and Governors Island, where the majestic Brooklyn Bridge looms.

What You'll See

Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn Botanical Garden, Antique Furniture District, Grand Army Plaza, Barclays Center, Manhattan Bridge, Brooklyn Museum, and more!

Onboard Amenities

State-of-the-art GPS-guided Audio Narration
Unparalleled Views and Photo Ops
camera
Free Earphones Provided
audio-no-globe
Free Ponchos
poncho
See-through Covers for Weather Protection

The Experience

Beginning at the Port Authority terminal, the Bronx double-decker bus tour is a must for those baseball fans making the pilgrimage to the mecca of the sport, Yankee Stadium. Located one block north of the first Stadium, the “House That Ruth Built,” the new version is situated at the northern end of the route and remains one of the preeminent tourist destinations in the City. Other notable features of this route include a trip through both Midtown and Harlem, home to the General Grant National Memorial and Marcus Garvey Park, respectively.

What You'll See

Lincoln Center, Yankee Stadium, Rockefeller Center, Radio City Music Hall, Bloomingdale's, Columbus Circle, Grant's Tomb, and more!

Onboard Amenities

State-of-the-art GPS-guided Audio Narration
Unparalleled Views and Photo Ops
camera
Free Earphones Provided
audio-no-globe
Free Ponchos
poncho
See-through Covers for Weather Protection

The Experience

Immerse yourself in New York City and experience first-hand the sensual delights of Central Park by exploring it via one of our easy-to-use bike rentals. Take a refreshing ride through and around the 840-acre grounds and take in designer Frederick Law Olmsted’s most famous creation at your own leisurely pace. Pause to reflect on lushness of the scenery as well as the park’s numerous plaques, statues, structures, and fountains, including the Bethesda Fountain, the Carousel, and Belvedere Castle. And, of course, the people! These high-tech bicycles are convenient conveyances that will transport you to another NYC of a different place and time.

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

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

  • Average Visit Duration:
    Approx. 3 hours

  • Admission Included:
    General Admission

  • Hop-On Hop-Off Route:
    Uptown & Harlem Tour: Stop #20

The Experience

If you’ve ever wondered about the history and origin of nature, then you cannot afford to miss out an opportunity to satisfy your curiosity and find the answers to most of your questions. Located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan in Theodore Roosevelt Park right across the street from Central Park, the American Museum of Natural History is one of the largest museums in the world and for sure, one of the most popular attractions in the city. The museum comprises 28 connected buildings that house 45 permanent exhibition halls and over 33 million specimens. The exhibits include Alaska brown bears, Dinosaurs skeletons, Ancient sculpture, Giant squids, and more. If dragons were ever real, you would see them here too. Whatever you’re interested in, there’s something here for you.

Please note that kids between 2-3 years old would need to purchase their own tickets at the American Museum of Natural History.

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

  • Hours of Operation:
    Daily 10am - 6pm

  • Average Visit Duration:
    Approx. 1 hour

  • Hop-On Hop-Off Route:
    Uptown & Harlem Tour: Stop #24

The Experience

Located on the eastern edge of Central Park and in the middle of New York City’s famous “Museum Mile” on Fifth Avenue, the Museum of the City of New York includes over 1.5 million items, such as drawings, prints, rare manuscripts, and dioramas about NYC, its history, and its environs. The MCNY is the one of the most ideal attractions for historians, as the City’s time is chronicled via interactive media as well as traditional museum exhibitions and publications. For starters, be sure to view the 30-minute film at the beginning of the tour as it will set the tone and give the necessary context for the rest of your visit.

The Experience

If this is your first time in New York City and you are in the Times Square area, you really ought to pop into the Ripley's Believe it or Not! attraction and be ready to gape at the strange, unnerving, and unbelievable exhibits and artifacts that are housed within its walls. The “odditorium” includes such incredible things as the Black Hole, a time-and-space distortion chamber, as well as a Tibetan skull, a genuine meteor, and shrunken heads! Ripley’s Relic, a new “oddition” to the odditorium, is Ripley’s spin on the popular interactive escape room, where individuals from ages 5 on up, must solve a series of intricate puzzles in a predetermined time period in order to get out of the room. All in all, definitely a must-see attraction!

Valid for 72 consecutive hours starting from the time you exchange your online booking confirmation for boarding tickets and attraction vouchers at 2 East 42nd Street, New York, NY 10017. You have 12 months to exchange your online booking confirmation for boarding tickets and attraction vouchers after purchase.

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Deal ends: 02/16/19 at 11:59pm.

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