New York Pass
New York Pass – New York Pass Tickets to Top Attractions in NYC, New York
New York Pass for 1, 2, 3 or 7 consecutive days
» » $85 for a 1-day New York Pass includes:
- Admission to 70+ top attractions in New York City, including: Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, Museum of Modern Art, American Museum of Natural History, The Guggenheim, Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum, Brooklyn Museum of Art, NBC Studio Tour, Circleline Sightseeing, Radio City Music Hall Stage Door Tour, The United Nations Tour, Madison Square Garden All Access Tour, and many others.
- 200-page pocket-sized guide book with comprehensive information about many places of interest in NYC, including all of the best Museums, Zoos, Aquariums, Parks, Gardens, Sightseeing Cruises, Behind the Scenes tours, NYC Rides and Tours, Theatre, Leisure Activities and Services in New York City.
- Discounts and Special Offers at top restaurants and retailers.
- Line-skipping allows even more opportunity to explore these popular NYC Tourist Activities.
» » The New York Pass is available for one, two, three or seven days.
Save money with your New York Pass: The longer you stay, the more you save!
Buy a Pass for 1, 2, 3 or 7 consecutive days, for adults and children.
Special Online Only Prices available usually on 2, 3 and 7 day passes.
Current Promotion –
Regular Price for Adult and Child PassesDays Adults Children (4-12) 1 $85.00 $60.00 2 $130.00 $110.00 3 $180.00 $140.00 7 $230.00 $165.00
New York Pass is a Great deal to visit all the 5 New York City Boroughs
Remember – Visiting every attraction without the Pass would cost you over $300 just in entrance fees!! Don’t waste time, Buy Now
Most of the attractions and special offers that are part of the New York Pass can be found in Manhattan. Many are within walking distance of each other, and all can be linked easily with city subways and/or buses.
New York city consists of five boroughs (Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island and The Bronx). Some of New York’s most interesting attractions and museums are located outside of Manhattan, in the outer boroughs of the city. All of these attractions are easily accessible by bus and subway, and not only feature unique exhibits and programs, but also allow visitors to see real New York City neighborhoods and communities, off of the usual tourist path.