New York C3

New York C3®

Two Great Ways to See the Big Apple

CityPASS® tickets offer two great ways to see New York City's best attractions at a deep discount. There's the New York C3® ticket (description below), which covers prepaid admission to your choice of any three attractions from a list of 10 options, and the original New York CityPASS® ticket, prepaid admission to five attractions. Click here for information comparing the two program options.

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Benefits:

Value — CityPASS® tickets save time and money with one simple purchase.

Flexibility — CityPASS® tickets are valid for 9 consecutive days including the first day of use.   

Trust — CityPASS® tickets have been trusted by 27 million travelers since 1997 with an average review rating of 4.6/5 stars. Traveler reviews can be read at CityPASS reviews.

Convenience — CityPASS® ticket holders can use the My CityPASS® app to make reservations (if required), access their tickets, and view attraction details, maps, offers and more. The app can be translated into eight different languages.

Refunds — Should travel plans change, CityPASS® buyers have 365 days in which to request a full refund on any nonactivated tickets.


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Prices below applicable starting March 1, 2024. Prices and program subject to change.

Save up to 37% and experience your choice of three must-see attractions, handpicked and packaged together, with New York CityPASS® C3® tickets. Attractions do not have to be selected in advance and can be visited at your own pace and in any order. Tickets are valid for nine consecutive days including the first day of use. Cost: $104 U.S., adults; $82 U.S., children 6-12. Purchase mobile tickets online at citypass.com.

Attraction options include:

  • Empire State Building Observatory
  • Top of the Rock® Observation Deck
  • Ferry access to Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island
  • 9/11 Memorial & Museum
  • Edge at Hudson Yards
  • American Museum of Natural History
  • Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises
  • The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
  • Intrepid Museum
  • Guggenheim Museum