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With travel on hold, you can explore the world and support tour operators with our collection of virtual tours and activities.
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This experience went well beyond expectations. The tour guide was knowledgeable, funny, and welcoming. The small (aprox. 15) group size allowed for greater discussions of the exhibits. The pass lasts for 3 days and we were able to visit the Cloisters the following day. Highly recommend to anyone interested!
Thousands visit New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art daily to see masterpieces by artists such as van Gogh, Klimt, and Warhol. Rather than negotiate the crowds, enter before the galleries open to the general public on this VIP tour and see many of the museum’s highlights before the bustle begins. Follow a carefully planned, time-efficient route; and explore with a guide who tells tales of the works many visitors miss.
Make the most of your time in the city that never sleeps on a guided tour of NYC’s top attractions. Travel by both boat (seasonal) and bus as you swing by the 9/11 Memorial, Central Park, Rockefeller Center and more. Then hop aboard a luxury boat for a sightseeing cruise past the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, complete with stunning views of the world-famous skyline and Brooklyn Bridge.
The prestations are much better than the rude welcome by the person in charge of security.
This person wanted us waiting outside in freezing temperatures during the flight of our grandkids , arguing that the waiting room was small
Our experience was great but I would have liked to have some kind of information (email, text or something) regarding longer than expected wait time. Since you guys didn’t fly Thanksgiving Day due to uncomfortable wind speed, that rolled over all customers from Thursday’s flights to Friday’s flights.
Get a bird's-eye view of New York City on a brief helicopter tour that soars over the Statue of Liberty, the Chrysler Building, One World Trade Center, and Central Park. While helicopter tours can become expensive quickly, this flight is just long enough to see all the top sights without spending extra time in the air, making it ideal for budget-minded visitors who want to get a comprehensive view of the city.
I didnt need to skip the line i went at 5pm so it was empty as it opens till 8pm.amazing experience very sad id highly reccommend it but go in the evening much better.dont go to newyork without seen this
Prebook your admission to the 9/11 Memorial Museum in lower Manhattan, and guarantee your entry to the center that documented the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in 2001. Museum artifacts include first-person accounts of what happened on that September morning in 2001, multi-media displays, and exhibits on history, which commemorate nearly 3,000 people who lost their lives in the attacks.
Catch a bird's eye view of the Big Apple during this helicopter ride over Manhattan. Look out over the Statue of Liberty, Wall Street, the financial district and more. You’ll also spot top sights like Ellis Island and the Empire State Building during this unique sightseeing flight over one of the world's most iconic cities.
What an amazing tour!!! The guide Marcos was such a delight, full of information and engaging the whole day. The memorials were very moving and a blessing to be able to visit such historical places.
Highly recommend this tour. Thankyou Marcos for a great day.
Discover the highlights of the nation’s capital on a hassle-free guided tour from New York City. While visiting Washington DC from NYC can be a long day trip to make on your own, by booking this tour you can relax on a comfortable coach and learn historical details from your guide throughout the journey. This enables you to maximize your time and arrive well rested rather than tired from driving.
Empire State Building General & Skip-the-Line Tickets
Empire State Building - a must do
, Feb 2020
Love NYC off season! No lines, great views, VERY friendly staff, well ordered in and out - a must do in the NYC area. Went with our triplet gals - just turning 16 - so much to see - loved the museum sections and animated "through the viewers" scenes.
Excellent guide. Explained all the history of the Statue of Liberty including its construction and took photos of us individually with the Statue in the background.
Also informed us which side of the boat was best for taking photos
Very knowledgeable about the immigration process on Ellis Island & in common with myself had an ancestor who immigrated through there
Marvel at the 360-degree, unobstructed views from the Empire State Building and explore its Interactive Museum and more with this combo ticket. See NYC's landmarks from the 86th-floor observatory, enjoy the exhibitions and augmented reality viewfinders on the 80th floor; and explore the 2nd-floor museum’s immersive displays on the building's history. Upgrade for skip-the-line access, and once on site, choose to upgrade to add a visit to the 102nd-floor observatory.
Go behind-the-scenes at the Basilica of St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral, and see parts of the church that are otherwise off-limits to visitors, during this catacombs tour. Meet your guide at a convenient location in Lower Manhattan, and follow them into the church. As you explore, learn all about the landmark’s place in New York history and discover the final resting place of famous New Yorkers past.
Check two New York landmarks off your bucket list on this exciting guided tour of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Start the tour by getting early Reserve Line Access boarding on the ferry to Liberty Island. Once there, go inside the pedestal of the statue (if upgrade selected) and head to the observation decks for an awesome view of New York City and its surroundings. Then hop back on the ferry to Ellis Island to learn about the intriguing history of immigration to America that took place here between 1892 and 1954.
This dinner cruise was very good. Obviously, the views were outstanding! The food was nice and well prepared (definitely not exceptional), and the staff was pleasant and attentive. The DJ could have ha been a little bit more interactive. Overall, it was a great birthday celebration.
Get a totally different and exciting perspective on New York: from a fun dinner cruise that floats around New York Harbor and Manhattan offering stunning views of the city and some of the world's most famous landmarks, from the Statue of Liberty to the Brooklyn Bridge to the Empire State Building. Indulge in a delicious buffet dinner and then groove to the onboard DJ'ed music being spun. Add this dinner cruise to your New York itinerary today!
Excellent service and a very friendly driver. Organised in a timely fashion and very affordable and convenient if you are carrying a lot of luggage. The only issue was that it took a while to leave the airport (many passengers were picked up from different terminals). Be aware that a journey can take a long time during rush hour, but this issue exists even if you take a taxi or Uber.
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.
Loved the carolers and Santa Claus at the top.
Very festive and a nice surprise!
My cocktail was WAY too expensive at $20.50. I ordered a Crown and Coke, but they only had Pepsi. Yes, there IS a taste difference.
See New York City at your feet with admission to the One World Observatory, a 3-story destination on top of the western hemisphere’s tallest building. Ride to the 102nd floor and watch the virtual city skyline transform across centuries of history. Learn about the construction of the skyscraper, which has sweeping views across the city, enjoying New York from a whole new perspective. Or choose from two upgrade options with benefits like skip-the-line security entrance and flexible admission.
2-Day Niagara Falls and Tannersville Tour from New York by Bus
From $350.00 (Price varies by group size )
, Jan 2020
The service was excellent. Both the tour guy (Andriy) and the bus driver (Herbert) were very nice and explained everything in detail. It was a beautiful and unforgettable experience. Totally recommend!
Took this organized trip in early January 2020. Booking was easy and efficient, we left NYC at 7am from a fairly easy spot to find in the city. Bus ride was made much easier with appropriately placed breaks and pull overs, the driver Harold was a kind, patient man and an excellent, safe driver. Got to the american side of the falls with enough time to enjoy the bridge view and walk around the park before heading back to the bud to cross the border to Canada, we were able to stop at the duty free as well. We arrived at the hotel (Ramada, exceeded expectations) at a very reasonable hour, around 6:30pm, and were given a free night to roam about and walk to the falls at night. Wake up call the next day was around 7am, left after breakfast to see the falls in day light and take the Journey Behind the Falls tour, as the boat ride is unavailable during winter months. From there, with sufficient timing we left to head back to New York with ample stops for food etc. (bus was also equipped with a restroom), got 1.5 hours at the Tannersville PA outlet for shopping and headed straight back to NYC from there, got back around 7:30pm. All in all this trip is very well thought out, not at all overwhelming or exhausting. Our tour guide,Bruno, also elevated the experience with interesting anecdotes along the way, he was very patient with the large group we were and accommodated whatever individual needs he could. I highly recommend this quick and satisfying trip!
Niagara Falls is one of the world's most famous natural wonders and this overnight tour lets you experience the falls from both the American and Canadian sides. Admire spectacular views of American Falls and Horseshoe Falls, get up close to the falls on a Maid of the Mist boat cruise, and see the falls lit up at night. On the way back, stop in Tannersville to visit one of the largest outlet malls in the US.
This was an experience of a life time from the moment we boarded the boat to the end of the cruise. As a V.I.P. Guest we were seated by the huge glass window with a Clear full view Of all the sights all cozie and warm which was brilliant as it was below freezing outside.The service, the food, the sights and most of all the time we spent around the Statue of Liberty was amazing. I would Highly recommend this cruise to anyone going to New York.
Forget trying to snag a hard-to-get reservation at New York's hottest restaurants du jour. Instead, indulge in a delicious 3-course dinner during the cruise on an all-glass boat around New York City that offers you an up-close look at the Statue of Liberty and other famed sites. As a live pianist plays relaxing music for you, take in the immense view of one of the world's great cities and enjoy a delicious pre-set dinner by the on-board executive chef. Upgrade to enjoy a romantic or first class VIP experience including a private table and French sparkling wine.
It is a very pity that you have to get a ticket besides your pass. That is why you always are in two lines before you can go in. We were very early by the boat to Ellis island and in two line we were in line for more then 1,5 hour. Als by the 9/11 museum two lines and more then one houre before you can get in!!
Empire state building they could scan the NYC pass directly. Much better!! All the attraction were great to visit. Super!!
City Pass has perfect amount of activities for the value. Kids are also considered "kids" until 18, which further reduces the cost for teenagers. To redeem and get the physical booklet, you must go through the ticket line at the activity. Depending on which activity, you may wait in line for awhile. Easy to redeem tickets at other locations.
Get the New York CityPASS and enjoy great discounts and skip-the-line access at some of the Big Apple’s top attractions. Your CityPASS includes tickets valid for nine days from date of first use for NYC favorites like the Empire State Building, American Museum of Natural History, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Statue of Liberty, Guggenheim Museum, 9/11 Memorial and Museum and much more. Best of all, you get to bypass the long lines, giving you more time to spend exploring this city that never sleeps.
We visited Top of the Rock at 10am on our last day in New York. It was the highlight of our trip. It was not very busy so we had a very relaxed experience. It was sunny so it wasn’t too cold -even for January. The visibility was excellent so the views of Central Park, the Statue of Liberty and lower Manhattan were unforgettable!
Get the best view in all of New York City from the Top of the Rock Observation Deck at Rockefeller Plaza. Soak up three floors of indoor and outdoor viewing areas and admire the Big Apple’s popular landmarks, such as One World Trade Center, the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, the Brooklyn Bridge, the Statue of Liberty and more.
Did the first one with same company in 2012, nothing changed apart from this one only 20 minutes. Fantastic flight as the sun was going down over New York, still great service, even though we were very late. Would recommend to everybody.
New York's iconic landmarks, mighty rivers, and islands are even more impressive from the air. On this tour, soar over Manhattan’s most famous sights in a helicopter and enjoy spectacular aerial views of the Big Apple. There's plenty of time time to see Liberty Island, the Empire State Building, and Governor’s Island.
Elizabeth was an excellent tour guide. So much great information was given including sharing her own personal experience. Thanks for a great tour, even though it was a bit cold! The museum is a most see for everyone.
In remembrance of the events that took place on September 11, 2001, take this 1.5-hour walking tour of Ground Zero and the National September 11 Memorial. Walk through the space of the former World Trade Center in New York City. A certified guide with a personal connection to the events of that day shares stories of tragedy and heroism. Get a deeper understanding of the events that took place here. Upgrade to add entry into the National September 11 Museum.
It was an an amazing tour to Washington DC. Everything ran like clockwork and was well planned. The tour guide was Jonathan was very knowledgeable and shared the rich history of American Independence, the founding fathers, the civil war, Arlington and Washington DC. It was an awesome tour and enjoyed by the whole family.
It is a big day, lots to see so an early start and late finish. For hubby and I this was the perfect 'whistle stop' tour of all the important and historic places that DC has to offer. Our guide had amazing knowledge as she conversed in both English and German. Just the right amount of information. Pick up and drop off was easy and there were stops for refreshments. Highly recommend.
On this New York to Washington DC tour, check out the nation’s capital in a day with all logistics, transport, and entrance fees included so you’re totally free to focus on the sights. Traveling by comfortable minivan or bus with a guide for commentary—another advantage over an independent trip—view landmarks including the White House and Washington Monument. Plus, visit Arlington Cemetery and the National Air and Space Museum.
Explore your favorite NYC attractions for one low price with this New York City Explorer Pass. Choose how many attractions you want to visit—up to 10—and enjoy visits to landmarks like the Statue of Liberty and Top of the Rock Observatory, and activities such as a Madison Square Garden tour or Brooklyn bike tour. Sightsee the city with ease during a hop-on hop-off bus tour, or choose a sightseeing cruise. All passes are valid for one year from the purchase date and are activated after your first visit. Your pas is then valid for 30 days and/or the remaining number of attraction choices purchased.
I booked this trip during the Xmas holiday with my parents. We all loved the day we spent there. The guide was great: knowledgeable, entertaining, gave a lot of tips for our stay in NYC. The trip was very interesting, a lot of information when visiting Philly and interesting to know more about the Amish culture.
Tour guide was very good and had the ability to pass on his knowlwdge and keep us entertained as well. The tour of Philly was excellent including cityhall, constitution centre and rocky steps. The Amish part of the tour was a little underwellming. The buggy ride was ok but the Amish driver was not very communicative and we spent way to much time at the very commercial Amish village. Be aware that the tours are generally multilingual in our case English, Italian plus a seperate guide for 2 chinese ladies. I just found this a little off putting. Overall a good tour but not great.
Seize the opportunity to experience Philadelphia and Pennsylvania’s Amish country during your time in NYC with this hassle-free tour. Rather than juggling trains, buses, or rental cars; relax aboard a comfortable minivan or coach; and travel south to see Philadelphia’s historical highlights, such as the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. Then, head for Lancaster County to discover how the traditional Amish people live and enjoy a horse-drawn carriage ride.
There's nothing like a helicopter tour to enjoy unparalleled New York City views—but most tours make you pick and choose which sights you'd like to see. On this complete NYC helicopter tour, don't miss a thing. See top attractions all over the city, from Ellis Island and the South Street Seaport, to the Brooklyn Bridge and Central Park. By the time you head back, you can truly say you've seen it all.
The New York Pass: 100+ Attractions including Empire State Building
The New York pass
, Sep 2019
Purchased the 5 day pass and did an itinery before leaving for NYC, pre-booking two Ride trips and a wall street walking tour. It was a full-on trip and we saved a lot of money. It would of cost 442.00 dollars each based on everything we did, so for a family of 4 adults it definitely was worth the money. Purchasing it from Viator did save us some money. Once I got the tickets I screen shot them to a folder on my photos and had no problems. I did take a paper copy, just in case. Would definitely recommend if you plan ahead.
Simplify your trip to the Big Apple, save time and money, and gain access to more than 100 New York attractions, experiences, and tours with this New York Pass. Choose from 1-, 2-, 3-, 4-, 5-, 6-, 7-, and 10-day pass options, granting you access to top NYC attractions including the Empire State Building, the 9/11 Memorial and Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, American Museum of Natural History, cruises, and more. Passes are valid for one year from the purchase date and are activated after your first visit. After activation, your pass is valid for 30 days and/or the remaining number of attraction choices purchased.
Small-Group Early-Access Statue of Liberty Tour and Ellis Island
, Feb 2020
What a great morning.
Alvaro was fun and energetic giving us the best tips on from where to stand for best pics to where to eat after.
He was very informative about both Lady Liberty and Ellis Island and then giving us time to explore it on your own.
I would definitely book again.
Avoid the big crowds at the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island with help from this small-group, early-access tour in New York City. Climb aboard an early ferry to Liberty Island, and see the iconic Statue of Liberty up close. Walk the Stairs of Separation that divided some families, visit the joyful Kissing Post where many immigrants met their relatives, and more.