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Uptown & Harlem Tour

Valid for 24 consecutive hours starting from the time you exchange your online booking confirmation for a boarding ticket. You have 12 months to exchange your online booking confirmation for a boarding ticket after purchase.

Uptown & Harlem Tour

(24 hours)

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Adults
$35 $55
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Kids (age 4-12)
$30 $45
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Uptown Manhattan features a fascinating mix of culture, education, and nature. With this Hop-On Hop-Off bus tour, you can see the best and most popular attractions and landmarks of Uptown Manhattan. The route runs along Central Park, where the beautiful trees, fields, and gardens offer a tranquil alternative to the bustling avenues. Bus tours then move through Harlem, an epicenter of African-American culture. Experience the distinct art and cuisine this historic neighborhood has to offer. Uptown Manhattan is also home to world-renowned museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the American Museum of Natural History. Together, these museums draw tens of millions of visitors every year.

Includes

  • 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

  • Recorded narration available in these languages:
    English
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    Italiano
    Deutsch
    Français
    Português
    한국어
    Русский язык
    中文
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Uptown Manhattan features a fascinating and refined combination of culture, education, and nature. Our tour begins along Central Park, where the beautiful trees, fields, and gardens offer a tranquil alternative to the bustling avenues. Moving through Harlem, an epicenter of African-American culture, provides an opportunity to experience the distinct art and cuisine of the historic neighborhood. The small distance between 82nd and 105th streets houses New York's most impressive and world-renowned museums, which together draw tens of millions of visitors every year. Known by locals as "Museum Mile," this collection of museums is considered one of the foremost concentrations of art and history in the world.

See list of stops on the map below

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