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New York CityPass Tickets

  • About New York CityPass

    When you think of New York City, you think of the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building and the city’s world-famous museums. So, it makes sense that when you visit New York City, you want to visit those same quintessential New York sights – the Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island, the Empire State Building, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, the Museum of Natural History and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. The New York CityPass offers entry to these top six New York City attractions for a single, discounted price, making it possible – and easy – to visit everything on your dream New York City agenda. The pass is valid for nine consecutive days, making it a flexible choice for visitors who want to explore at a leisurely pace.

    With New York CityPass, visitors can get up close and personal with Lady Liberty and trace family roots at Ellis Island; experience a bird’s eye view of the city from the Empire State Building; visit the jaw-dropping collection of the largest art museum in the Western Hemisphere at the Metropolitan Museum of Art; wow at the towering dinosaur skeletons at the American Museum of Natural History; and visit two of the city’s (and world’s) top museums, celebrated as much for their architecture as their collections of art – Frank Lloyd Wright’s landmark Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Yoshio Tanuiguchi’s contemporary Museum of Modern Art.

    There’s so much to see and so little time, so you won’t want to waste one New York minute waiting in line. In addition to the admission price, New York CityPass holders can skip ticket and wait lines – a luxury when visiting special exhibits at the Metropolitan Museum of Art or the Empire State Building, where waits can be as long as three hours.

    As well as the flexibility to visit New York’s attractions at the visitor’s own pace, the New York CityPass also offers the additional flexibility of tailoring the pass to suit individual interests; visitors can choose between the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and the Top of the Rock Experience and between the Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island and a Circle Line Cruise.

    Tour length
    Use your New York CityPass at the first attraction, then take your time and visit the remaining attractions anytime within the next nine days.

    Did you know?
    Check your New York CityPass booklet for included extras such as free audio tours and discounted upgrades.

    Visiting all six attractions without the New York CityPass would cost almost twice as much.

    U.S. News and World Report continually ranks New York City in the top five places to visit…in the world.

    IMPORTANT: Available attractions are subject to change without notice.
  • Ideal for visitors who want to experience New York City’s top attractions during a single trip, without wasting time or money. Also wonderful for savvy, native New Yorkers who want to spend a weekend going to their favorite places for one single, discounted price.

    Good for kids?
    All of the attractions included with the New York CityPass are kid-friendly.
  • Vouchers must be printed and exchanged for CityPass booklets at the first CityPass attraction you visit.

    New York CityPass Attractions:
    All six of the attractions can be accessed by public transportation. Included with your CityPass booklet are the addresses, hours, closest subway and bus stops for each destination.
  • Preview the New York CityPass

    Watch this video preview to find out more about the historic landmarks and top museums that you can easily visit using your New York CityPass.
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OfferPriceQty.
New York CityPASS Adult (Ages 18+)
Expires February 28, 2015
Our Price $106.00
New York City CityPASS - Youth (Ages 6-17)
Expires February 28, 2015
Our Price $79.00

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