New York CityPASS

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New York CityPASS® — Save 40% at New York City's six best attractions. Spend less, experience more.

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Discover New York City's best attractions at great savings, now with 30 days of extended validity – perfect for multiple day trips, vacations, or exploring your home city! Enjoy instant delivery of convenient mobile tickets.

Save 40% on prepaid admission to 6 must-see attractions:

  • Empire State Building
  • American Museum of Natural History
  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art
  • Choice Ticket 1: Choose between Top of the Rock® Observation Deck OR Guggenheim Museum
  • Choice Ticket 2: Choose between Ferry Access to Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island OR Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises
  • Choice Ticket 3: Choose between 9/11 Memorial & Museum OR Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum

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New York CityPASS® - Planning a trip to New York City? See world-class art, fascinating science, important history, and incredible views—from the sky AND the sea—with New York CityPASS tickets.  

CityPASS offers convenient mobile tickets and prepaid admission to New York’s top attractions. Plus CityPASS tickets are now valid for 30 consecutive days, allowing extended time to experience each attraction – perfect for multiple day trips, vacations, or exploring your home city!

Empire State Building – General Admission (86th Floor Observatory) Plus Bonus Night General Admission (Bonus Night General Admission: Enjoy a same-day visit May-Aug 10pm-closing, Sep-Apr 8pm-closing).

American Museum of Natural History – Admission to the Museum and the Rose Center for Earth and Space, including the Hayden Planetarium Space Show or a giant-screen movie in 3D and 2D

The Metropolitan Museum of Art – General Admission for three consecutive days at The Met Fifth Avenue and The Met Cloisters. Includes Audio Guide on your first visit.

Choice Ticket 1: Choose between Top of the Rock® Observation Deck – General Admission OR Guggenheim Museum – General Admission

Choice Ticket 2: Choose between Ferry Access to Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island – Flex ticket for one Statue Cruises ferry ride to and from Liberty Island and Ellis Island and admission to Ellis Island Immigration Museum OR Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises – Admission to one Landmark, Harbor Lights, or Liberty Cruise, or The BEAST Speedboat Ride

Choice Ticket 3: Choose between 9/11 Memorial & Museum – General Admission OR Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum – General Admission and Space Shuttle Pavilion

 

Why CityPASS®:

Value — New York CityPASS® tickets save travelers 40% off regular combined admission to the city’s most popular attractions. Adult, $136 (value $235); children ages 6-17, $112.

Flexibility — New York CityPASS® tickets are now valid for 30 consecutive days, allowing travelers extended time to explore at their own pace – in a few days or over the 30 days. 

Choice Tickets — New York CityPASS tickets include three choice tickets, where travelers may choose which of the two attractions they prefer to visit; they do not need to decide this at the time of purchase.

Trust — CityPASS includes only the best attractions and has a 97% customer recommendation rating.

 

New York CityPASS Attractions:

Empire State Building – Enjoy an immersive experience inside a world-famous landmark with 360-degree views of the Big Apple. Soaring 1,454 feet about the heart of Midtown Manhattan, the Empire State Building is the world’s most recognizable and celebrated attraction.

American Museum of Natural History - Explore human cultures, the natural world, and the universe with a visit to one of the world's most famous natural history museums! See world-renowned dioramas, the 94-foot-long blue whale, and the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space, featuring an 87-foot-diameter sphere that appears to float inside a glass cube.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art - New York’s most visited museum and attraction, The Met presents over 5,000 years of art from every corner of the world for everyone to experience and enjoy.

Top of the Rock® Observation Deck - Experience breathtaking 360-degree panoramic views of New York City and beyond from interior and exterior decks on the top three floors of this legendary art deco skyscraper, 30 Rock.

Guggenheim Museum – Walk with wonder through Frank Lloyd Wright’s masterpiece of modern architecture. The museum presents intriguing special exhibitions and is home to one of the world’s finest collections of 20th-century works by artists such as Kandinsky, Picasso and Cézanne.

Ferry Access to Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island - Experience the beauty and history of the Statue of Liberty National Monument and the Ellis Island Immigration Museum, located in New York Harbor. Explore the grounds of Liberty and Ellis Islands, stand in the shadow of the Statue of Liberty, and explore the rich history of immigration at what once was the nation’s busiest immigrant inspection station.

Circle Line Sightseeing Cruise - Take in the world’s premier skyline with up-close and magnificent views of the Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, One World Trade and 101 NYC sights — all from the newest fleet of boats on the water.

9/11 Memorial & Museum - Pay your respects to the victims of the 9/11 attacks at the 9/11 Memorial & Museum. Take a moment of quiet at the twin reflecting pools, where the names of every person who died in the attacks are inscribed. Examine the history and impact of the events and learn stories of loss and recovery.

Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum - Explore the Museum’s collection of historical artifacts in an exhibit space spanning over 150,000 square feet. Get an up-close look at the space shuttle Enterprise and 28 aircraft, including the world’s fastest military jet.

 

 

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