New York CityPass

The handy discountcard for New York

De New York CityPass

The Big Apple City Pass

Purchase the New York CityPass and save up to 42% on admission to 6 top New York City attractions, including the Empire State Building, Top of the Rock, Statue of Liberty, 9/11 Memorial Museum and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Your CityPass is valid for 9 consecutive days starting with the first day of use, there’s no need to feel rushed! What’s more this City Pass allows fast track entry so that you skip the long waiting lines. Hand-pick 6 out of the 9 attractions; the Empire State Building, American Museum of Natural History and Metropolitan Museum of Art are included anyway. It is up to you to decide if you want to include Top of the Rock or het Guggenheim Museum, the 9/11 Memorial Museum or the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, a boat trip to Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty or the Circle Line-sightseeing-cruise.

Fast Track Entry

Don’t waste time standing in line and skip straight to the front of queues. You enjoy fast track entry to some of the most popular museum and attraction. Just show your valid New York CityPass and jump to the front line!

Free information

Your New York CityPass comes with an easy-to-use ticket booklet which describes the best participating attractions, inclusive of opening hours, contact information, city maps, route descriptions, vouchers and insiders’ tips. This saves you time on your research and guarantees a truly enjoyable experience.

Discounts

The New York CityPass allows15% discount on purchases in the famous Bloomingdale’s Department Store and $5 discount on a 48-hour ticket for the hop-on hop-off tours of Citysights New York.

Products

Visit 6 of the most popular attractions in New York City and save time and money!

  • Free entry to the observation deck of the Empire State Building
  • Free entry to the American Museum of Natural History with a space show in the Hayden Planetarium
  • Free entry to the Metropolitan Museum of Art (includes same-day entry to the Met Breuer and the Met Cloisters)
  • Free entry to the Guggenheim Museum including an audio tour OR entry to Top of the Rock
  • Free entry to 9/11 Memorial & Museum OR Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
  • Free sightseeing cruise to the Statue of Liberty OR Circle Line sightseeing cruise OR Beast-speedboat trip
  • Skip-the-line-entry at some popular attractions
  • The New York CityPass is valid for 9 consecutive days starting with the first day of use
  • Voucher for a 15% discount on purchases from Bloomingdale’s and $5 discount on a 48-hour CitySights New York Hop On-Off Tour

TIP: The New York CityPass allows you to visit the Empire State Building twice on the same day. Plan your first visit during the day and come back in the evening for a second visit. From May to August you can pay a second visit from 22.00 hours to closing time and from September to April from 20.00 hours to closing time. By day, the view from the viewing deck is spectacular and after sunset the sparkling lights of the city are even more spectacular.

How does the New York CityPass work?

Purchase your Paris City Pass online because online purchase is cheaper than when you buy your Pass in New York. Print the voucher that you receive in your mail box and hand it to the official at the first attraction you visit. Your voucher is exchanged for the New York CityPass with all tickets and information. The CityPass is valid for 9 consecutive days starting with the first day of use. Do not remove any ticket from your City Pass yourself as this will make them invalid! Only officials at the attractions can remove the tickets. Ticket booklet that have not been used are valid for 6 months. Therefore, you can easily buy your New York CityPass well in advance.

The City of New York

New York is the largest city in the United States of America and has more than 9 million inhabitants. Manhattan is the best known and most important neighbourhood of the city. New York buzzes day and night, a city that never seems to sleep and the ideal destination for a city trip!

Highlights

New York brims with highlights; many can be visited for free: Times Square, Central Park, Brooklyn Bridge, Wall Street, Grand Central Terminal, 5th Avenue and High Line Park. Entry tickets are required for other top sights such as the Empire State Building, Top of the Rock, Statue of Liberty, 9/11 Memorial Monument and famous museums like MoMa (Museum of Modern Art), Guggenheim Museum and the Metropolitan Museum. Your New York CityPass is the ideal way to experience New York without hassle!

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