The Empire State Building. The Guggenheim. The Statue of Liberty. These are merely a sampling of the many attractions that scores of people come to NYC to experience. Yes, New York City overflows with things to see and do, and if you’re planning a trip, you’ll probably want to visit a selection of these iconic places. Thanks to CityPASS, you can now take advantage of the New York C3, which allows you to pick any three from a list of ten popular attractions and save 25 %. And, it’s super easy to book it because you can get instant delivery through your mobile phone or print the passes at home or at the office. Here’s an overview of the top ten must-visit New York City tourist attractions you can choose from when you purchase the CityPASS New York C3.
The Empire State Building Experience
Experience 360-degree views when you ascend to the 86th floor of one of the most celebrated buildings in the world. The ticket includes a daytime visit, the Sustainability exhibit, the historic Dare to Dream exhibit, FREE Wi-Fi access, as well as a return visit at night for an after-dark “city lights” perspective of the Big Apple.
Top of the Rock Observation Deck
Rockefeller Center remains a cornerstone of Manhattan, as well as a hub for shopping and dining. See the city that never sleeps from the 70th floor of this famed Art Deco landmark, also the setting of the award-winning television show, 30 Rock.
American Museum of Natural History
Meet the world-famous Titanosaur, tour the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space and the Hayden Planetarium, when you visit one of the most fantastic history museums in the world – the AMNH on the Upper West Side.
9/11 Memorial & Museum
Honor the victims of 9-11 when you visit this memorial and museum at the site of the 2001 attacks in Lower Manhattan.
Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island
Explore Lady Liberty and the rich history of immigration in the United States when you visit nearby Ellis Island. Even today, the Statue of Liberty continues to be a welcoming symbol to people from all around the world. One ferry ride, tickets to both attractions, and audio tours are included in the pass.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Immerse yourself in over 5,000 years of international art. The ticket includes same-day admission to The Met Museum, The Met Breur, and The Met Cloisters, as well as skip-the-line admission.
Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises
Witness the magnificent views of the New York Harbor, with perfect views of the Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, One World Trade and Lower Manhattan. Choose from five different Circle Line Cruises.
One of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most famous creations, this Upper East Side museum is home to renowned 20th-century art including pieces by Picasso and Kandinsky. The Guggenheim is a must-see for modern art lovers. Ticket includes special exhibits as well as the permanent collection.
Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
Explore the Intrepid – an aircraft carrier that fought in World War II, the Cold War, and the Vietnam War – the Space Shuttle Pavilion, the submarine Growler, and watch the Story of Intrepid film.
Hornblower Sightseeing Cruises
See New York from a unique perspective when you sail the waters surrounding the Statue of Liberty and Brooklyn Bridge. Choose from a two-hour “Alive at Five” happy hour cruise with a DJ, or a one-hour International Sightseeing Cruise, available in eight different languages.
What’s really cool about the New York C3 CityPASS is that you don’t have to decide on the attractions up front! You can purchase the pass and then pick the attractions as you go. The cost for the C3 CityPASS is $74 (age 13 and up) and $54 for children.
If you’re staying in New York longer (like a week), you might want to see more than three attractions. In this case, save up to 41% on New York City tourist attractions with CityPASS. (Hornblower is not included, but you still have nine other sights on the list.) The cost for the six attractions is $122 (age 18 and up) and $98 for children.
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