Tours & Attractions

Book New York's most popular tours and attractions from museums to popular NYC landmarks

Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty and 9/11 Memorial

Experience New York City like an insider on this action-packed VIP tour that includes early access to the Empire State Building, skip-the-line entry to the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, an open-top bus tour, and a hop-on-hop-off cruise. 

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STAR WARS and the Power of Costume Exhibition at Discovery Times Square

Highly popular exhibit showcasing how they dress for success in the Star Wars universe. 

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Madame Tussauds New York

10% off the local admission price. Also receive a free Hop-on Hop-off Cruise of New York City!

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The Museum of Modern Art Admission with Skip-the-Line Access

A visit to New York City wouldn’t be complete without a trip to the Museum of Modern Art. Includes a free audio guide, special exhibitions, films, and gallery talks. 

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New York CityPass

The best deal in the Big Apple. Your New York CityPASS saves you time and money as you skip long ticket queues for entry to six of New York's premier attractions!

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New York City Night On The Town Tour

See High Line Park at sunset, enjoy a lavish dinner in Little Italy and more. This highly rated tour ends at Top Of the Rock for views of the skyline. 

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NYC It All: 4-in-1 Sightseeing Pass

See can’t miss attractions, including a hop-on hop-off city tour by double-decker bus.

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One World Observatory

Jaw dropping views atop the tallest building in the western hemisphere.  Our admission ticket includes access to all three Observatory floors!

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art Tour with Skip the Line Access

You could easily spend days inside the Met, but this 2 or 3 hour tour cuts to the chase! Skip the entrance line, and from May through October, you can visit the rooftop garden for incredible views over Central Park!

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Discovery Times Square

The Discovery Channel is one of the sponsors of this new large-scale exhibition center, which will offer limited-edition runs of exhibits from across the globe. The 60,000-square-foot space is housed in the former New York Times building, and includes a learning center, a space for special events and a café.

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Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Immigration Museum

Trust us, even if your blood doesn’t run red, white and blue you will not be underwhelmed or disappointed by either of these two major New York landmarks. Note that, contrary to some mistaken notions, the mother of all American statues is not actually on Ellis Island, though that historic place and its resident Ellis Island Immigration Museum can be reached by the same ferry. Liberty Enlightening the World, sculpted by Frédéric-Auguste Bartholdi and a gift from the people of France, was unveiled in 1886. Although security concerns placed the statue off-limits after 9/11, Lady Liberty’s insides were reopened for guided tours (reservations required; call 866-782 8834) in 2004. You can now climb up to the crown, and take in the carving on the pedestal, which features the 1883 Emma Lazarus poem that includes the renowned lines ‘Give me your tired, your poor/your huddled masses yearning to breathe free’. On the way back to Manhattan, the ferry will stop at the popular Immigration Museum, on Ellis Island, through which more than 12 million people entered the country between 1892 and 1954. The exhibitions are a moving tribute to the immigrants from so many different countries who made the journey to America, dreaming of a better life. The $6 audio tour, narrated by Tom Brokaw, is informative and inspiring.

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Renegade Tour of the American Museum of Natural History

This maverick tour guides you through the science and history behind the amazing animals, the stories of the adventurers that collected them, and the dirty little secrets that make AMNH like no other museum on earth!

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