With summer vacation around the corner, there is no better time to look at hitting the Big Apple. Museums, shops, shows and a town like no other, its a great destination for families and adults only too! You can optimize your attraction planning and budget with the NYC CityPASS. CityPASS New York City saves up to 40% on New York’s 6 top attractions!
New York CityPASS ticket booklets include admission tickets to 6 attractions in New York. You have nine days to use your CityPASS tickets which puts touring the city that never sleeps at your own pace. By purchasing a NYC CityPASS – including admission to all 6 attractions, you save 40% compared to regular box office prices.
We did a NYC City Pass and loved the savings! It hit all the attractions we wanted to see. New York CityPASS tickets include admission to:
- The Empire State Building Experience
- American Museum of Natural History
- The Metropolitan Museum of Art
- Top of the Rock Observation Deck OR Guggenheim Museum
- Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island OR Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises
- 9/11 Memorial & Museum OR Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
Along with admission to the attractions, you get a few “extras” – here is what is included:
Empire State Experience: Skip the ticket line, go straight to the Elevator line – yes, still a line, but one less to wait in! Your ticket includes admission to the 86th floor observatory and bonus same-night general admission.
Natural History Museum: Includes general Admission to the Museum and the Rose Center for Earth and Space, plus the Space Show or a giant screen film in 3D and 2D.
Natural History Museum: Includes General Admission and all exhibitions at The Met the #1 rated Museum in the World per Trip Advisor.
Top of the Rock: Includes general admission to Top of the Rock®, offering stunning 360-degree views from 70 stories up.
Guggenheim Museum: Includes general admission to this world-renowned collection of art, including special exhibits.
Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island: Includes one Statue Cruises ferry ride with stops at Liberty Island and Ellis Island, plus an audio tour on each island and Ellis Island Immigration Museum admission.
Circle Line Sightseeing Cruise: Includes one regularly scheduled Landmark Cruise, Harbor Lights Cruise, or Liberty Cruise or a 30-minute ride on The Beast, a 70-foot racing powerboat (available May-September).
9/11 Memorial & Museum: Includes general admission to this educational and historical institution honoring the victims and examining 9/11.
Intrepid Aircraft Carrier Air and Space Museum: Includes general admission to the legendary aircraft carrier Intrepid.
2016 Pricing for your NYC CityPASS is $116 for Adults, and $92 for children ages 6-17.
For children under age 6:
New York CityPASS can be a great option for traveling with children of any age. CityPASS provides a significant cost savings on regular admission tickets for children starting at age 6. Children under age 6 may be eligible for free or discounted admission at some attractions (as seen below); however, some attractions may require you to stand in the main ticket line to secure a free/discounted child’s ticket—a step you may be able to skip by having a youth CityPASS booklet.
|The Empire State Building Experience||Ages 5 & under, free|
|American Museum of Natural History||Ages 2-5, $16; 1 & under, free|
|The Metropolitan Museum of Art||Ages 5 & under, free|
|Top of the Rock Observation Deck||Ages 5 & under, free|
|Guggenheim Museum||Ages 5 & under, free|
|Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island||Ages 4-5, $9; 3 & under, free|
|Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises||Ages 3-5, $25; 2 & under, free|
|9/11 Memorial & Museum||Ages 5 & under, free|
|Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum||Ages 3-5, $17; 2 & under, free|
Order your CityPASS online and start saving!
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