"The More You See, the More You Save: Over 70 Attractions with a Single Swipe!"
Whether you buy a one-day pass or a week’s worth of sight-seeing, there’s no limit to what you can see and do with the New York Pass. Once activated, the New York Pass acts like a credit card with no limit: visit more than 70 included attractions as you want. The more you see, the more you save, so packing in a full day of sightseeing won’t break the bank!
With so many unique attractions, world-famous museums, theaters, and skyscrapers there is always plenty to do in New York. However, sightseeing in New York City might not be the easiest or the cheapest experience. This is why our team of real, life-long New Yorkers has created the New York Pass. If you want to discover the best of what this amazing city offers while still saving some time and money on your visit, the New York Pass is something you should be interested in.
Free entry to over 70 attractions – Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, New York Skyride, Madame Tussaud’s, Circle Line River Cruise, Grand Central Terminal Audio Tour, Guggenheim Museum, Museum of Modern Art, NBC Studio Tours, Rockefeller Center Tour, Top of the Rock™ Observation Deck, Wall St. Walks & many others.
Free 200+ page guidebook in English, German, Spanish, French and Italian, containing hours of operation, maps and directions to every tourist attraction, shop and restaurant included in New York Pass Line skipping privileges – As a New York Pass holder you are entitled to fast track entry to some of the New York City’s busiest attractions.
Over $1,300 worth of entrance fees – that’s how much it would cost if you visited all the attractions that New York Pass grants entrance to - without using the New York Pass. That doesn’t even include the additional discounts you receive for having a NY Pass! Many special offers and benefits – apart from entry to attractions you also get great offers on theatre tickets, audio tours & discounts on shopping in Bloomingdale’s and Macy’s, and much more!
Free entry to over 70 attractions
Free 200+ page guidebook
Line skipping privileges
Discounts on Broadway Shows
Over $1,300 worth of entrance fees
- New York City’s most popular attractions, including the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty, Circle Line sightseeing Cruises, and all the best museums including the Intrepid Air & Space Museum.
- Bike rentals in Central Park and Battery Park.
- A trip on the 1929 Shearwater, an 82-foot double-masted, Great Gatsby-era sailing yacht.
- “Fast track” entry to many of the attractions known for their long lines, including Top of the Rock Observation Deck, Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Immigration Museum, Madame Tussauds Wax Museum and the American Museum of Natural History.
- With the New York Pass, there's no need to carry cash, or worry about how much you're spending at each attraction.
New York Pass - NYC Attractions and Special Offers
American Museum of Natural History
Atlantic City Excursion on Academy Bus
Bike and Roll NYC Bike Rental
Bronx Museum of the Arts
Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Brooklyn Children's Museum
Brooklyn Historical Society
Carnegie Hall Tours
Central Park Bicycle Rentals & Tours
Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises
Discovery Times Square Exhibits
Dialog in the Dark
Dwyer Cultural Center
Dyckman Farmhouse Museum
El Museo del Barrio
Empire State Building Observation Deck
FDNY Fire Zone
Food on Foot Tours
Grand Central Terminal Audio Tour
Harlem One Stop Cultural & Heritage Walking and Step-On Group Tour Packages
Historic Richmond Town
Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
Jewish Children's Museum
Lets Take a Village... A Greenwich Village Walking Tour
Manhattan By Sail
Madame Tussaud's New York
Make Mine Music... A Musical Walking Tour
Museum of American Finance
Museum of Biblical Art (MOBIA)
Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust
Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Museum of the City of New York
NBC Studio Tour
New York Botanical Garden
New York Hall of Science
New York Historical Society
New York Skyride
New York Transit Museum
New York Water Taxi
New York: The Game- Scavenger Hunt Tour
Noble Maritime Collection
On Location Tours Central Park TV and Movie Sites
On Location Tours UPTOWN New York TV and Movie Sites
Queens Museum of Art
Radio City Music Hall Stage Door Tour
Real Bronx Tour
Rockefeller Center Tour
Slavery and Underground Railroad Tour
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Staten Island Botanical Garden
Staten Island Children's Museum
Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Immigration Museum Ferry
The Brooklyn Bridge and DUMBO neighborhood tour
The Cathedral of St. John the Divine
The Cloisters Museum and Gardens
The Hispanic Society of America
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Museum of Sex
The New York City Police Museum
The Paley Center for Media
The Skyscraper Museum
The Studio Museum in Harlem
Top of the Rock
Tour at Lincoln Center
Tribute WTC Visitor Center
Van Cortlandt House Museum
Wall Street Walks
Weeksville Heritage Center
Where It All Began... A Lower Manhattan Walking Tour
Whitney Museum of American Art
Please check the New York Pass guidebook for detailed directions to each attraction, schedules and more.