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New York City is famous for its Broadway musicals and world-class entertainment, and this interactive bus tour brings the magic of Broadway to you. Hop aboard THE RIDE for a thrilling drive around Midtown Manhattan, stopping to admire the sights and enjoy live performances from your guides—professional actors who use the streets of NYC as their stage.
See more of New York City's top attractions with this multi-day, hop-on hop-off bus tour, with one or more attraction tickets and discount card included, depending on the option you choose. With your 2- or 3-day pass, you're whisked across NYC with hassle-free bus travel, commentary from your guides, and bus loops covering uptown, downtown, and even Brooklyn. Along the way, see top sights like the Statue of Liberty and Central Park, cruise through neighborhoods from Greenwich Village to Times Square, and of course, hop off any time you'd like.
A horse and carriage ride through Central Park is one of New York’s most magical experiences, with a history dating back over 150 years. Whether you’re on honeymoon or a family vacation, don’t leave this precious ritual to chance. Book ahead to guarantee your perfect time slot without the wait. Your 2-mile (3-kilometer) ride covers sights including the Lake, Strawberry Fields, Tavern on the Green, Rumsey Playfield, and Conservatory Water.
Avoid the mobs of people sightseeing on land, and opt for this Manhattan architecture yacht cruise instead. From the teak deck of the boat, learn about New York City's architectural landmarks as you circumnavigate the island and listen to the 'Around Manhattan' narration provided by members of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). One beer or glass of wine is provided, as well as snacks and soda.
Get a personal introduction to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island on a private, half-day tour led by a local guide, and explore two of New York City’s most iconic sites at your own pace. Hear inspiring stories about the design and construction of the Statue of Liberty as you explore her pedestal and museum. Learn about the immigrants that came to Ellis Island from around the world in the fascinating Ellis Island Museum. This fully-customizable private tour is a perfect fit for families and groups with limited mobility.
Ensure a hassle-free arrival in New York and avoid expensive taxis with this pre-booked transfer. Travel from JFK International Airport (JFK), LaGuardia Airport (LGA) or Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) to any Manhattan hotel in a comfortable shared-ride vehicle. Transfers are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, so there's no need to worry about waiting around after an early morning or late night flight.
See Manhattan’s top attractions, from Harlem to Battery Park, on a 6- or 8-hour sightseeing tour. On board a double decker bus, travel across the city, passing major landmarks like Madison Square Garden, Times Square and Central Park. Take a 60-minute cruise across New York Harbor and climb to the Top of the Rock Observation Deck at Rockefeller Center on the 8-hour tour.
When it’s time to say goodbye to New York City, end your trip the easy and economical way with a shared airport departure service. Avoid the cost of a private taxi and pre-book this shared transfer from your Manhattan hotel to JFK International Airport, Newark International Airport, or La Guardia Airport. This option is ideal for budget-minded travelers who don’t want to deal with the hassle of public transportation.
As day turns to night, it's easy to see how New York City earned its City That Never Sleeps moniker. See the Big Apple in the light and dark with a day and night admission ticket to the 86th-floor observation deck at the Empire State Building—the highest observatory in New York City. Beat the lines by arriving with your daytime ticket, valid between 8am and 8:59pm, for 360-degree views of the iconic Manhattan Skyline and the Statue of Liberty. Then, return between 9pm and 2am for spectacular views of New York by night.
The Statue of Liberty is New York's most iconic landmark and lines for the Liberty Island ferry can be long, especially in the afternoon. On this tour, save time with reserve access and enjoy a guided tour of Liberty Island. Visit the Pedestal Museum, climb to the top of the Pedestal for a stunning view of the NYC skyline, and enjoy free time on the island before returning to Manhattan.
Shopping lovers can leave behind the overpriced shops in the heart of New York City and instead shop and save on a trip to Woodbury Common Premium Outlets. This tour handles all the logistics for you. Just show up at one of the convenient departure locations, spend the day shopping, and catch one of the many return busses. That way, you don’t have to worry about traffic, parking, or transportation costs.
Skip the ticket line to the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical 'Jersey Boys' by purchasing your ticket in advance. Watch the dramatized story of the Four Seasons' rise to fame come to life through original music and choreography, including popular hits such as "Big Girls Don't Cry," "Can't Take My Eyes Off You," and more.
No city is the setting for superhero stories more often than New York, and with this walking tour, you can explore its most famous superhero movie and comic book sites and visit the locations where artists and writers developed some of your favorite characters. Whether you’re into Batman or Superman, Daredevil or Iron Man, you can heed the call for justice during this deep dive into the superhero universe.
Experience Central Park by bike with this convenient bike rental, perfect for everyone from first-time visitors to NYC regulars. Traveling by bike enables you to see more than you can on foot. With a provided map and staff recommendations, you can explore the bike-friendly paths at your own pace and stop to admire sites along the way. Book ahead, as bike rentals often sell out for this classic New York adventure.
Discover the untold story of Oz at the smash-hit musical 'Wicked' on Broadway. The award-winning show offers a welcome escape as you delve into Oz and leave behind the bright lights and traffic of New York City. The conveniently located Gershwin Theater is an easy stop to squeeze in along with a full day of activities.
Get an aerial view of New York City on this comprehensive helicopter ride. The sightseeing flight reveals all the top landmarks—from Central Park and Times Square to the Empire State Building and Brooklyn Bridge. This enables you to see more in minutes than you could in a day of exploring on foot, making the tour ideal for first-time visitors who want to get acquainted with the city.
Most visitors to Greenwich Village never get past its contemporary vibe, but with this tour through the Village and MacDougal Street, you can enjoy the insights of an insider guide to experience the authentic side of the neighborhood. Visit local haunts and historic sites, follow the footsteps of the Village’s most famous beatniks and bohemians, and sample classic New York foods at landmark eateries.
Delve deeper into the food and multicultural history of Manhattan’s Lower East Side than you could alone on this small-group walking tour. Rather than guessing at eateries and foods to try, let a guide showcase local hotspots and specialties; and chart their European, Jewish, and other cultural roots. Taste snacks such as “knish” doughballs, “bialy” filled rolls, and more; and learn stories of 19th-century immigrant life that many travelers miss.
Group tours sometimes skip over attractions or details you’re interested in, making you feel like you got gypped. This private, customized tour of New York City by luxury SUV allows you to focus your time on your needs. Select from any number of popular locations such as Times Square, Central Park, and the Brooklyn Bridge—focus on one area or see it all. NYC hotel pickup and drop-off included.
Discover the vibrant history and musical legacy of Harlem on this exclusive insider’s gospel tour. Stroll past beautiful brownstones while learning about Harlem’s famous former residents and take part in an uplifting Wednesday morning service featuring the talented ARC gospel choir, which supports drug addiction recovery programs within the community. Upgrade to include lunch at Sylvia’s, a local eatery renowned for serving up some of the best soul food in New York.
Visiting Lower Manhattan’s 9/11 Memorial by yourself may give only a limited understanding of the site and events of September 11, 2001. Do the site justice—and hear detail you might not learn otherwise—on a tour led by an official 9/11 Memorial guide. Explore the twin pools and their commemorative sites; and leave with a fully rounded take on their design, emotional impact, and the tragedy they memorialize.
Visit more than 100 NYC attractions with the money-saving Sightseeing Pass, which allows you to customize your sightseeing itinerary. Choose from a 1-, 2-, 3-, 4-, 5-, 6-, 7-, or 10-day pass to suit your schedule. Enjoy free entry to One World Observatory, Top of the Rock, Statue of Liberty, plus many more, and enjoy unlimited access to CitySightseeing hop-on hop-off buses for the duration of your pass.
Central Park is New York City's urban oasis, but walking around the enormous green space can quickly sap your time and energy. See park highlights in just 1 hour on a private pedicab tour through the lower loop, where famous attractions like Sheep's Meadow, Strawberry Fields, and Bethesda Fountain are clustered. Pedicab drivers are happy to share their knowledge of the park and stop for photos along the way.
Take a break from Manhattan’s major tourist zones on a day trip through Harlem, the Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, and Coney Island. Avoid the hassle of planning logistics, and enjoy the views as your guide navigates the way through neighborhoods often missed by visitors. Going with a guide also ensures you spot hidden landmarks and leave with an insider’s understanding of New York’s outer boroughs.