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Discover the Big Apple with Expedia’s New York City Pass!

Get the most out of your time and money in NYC with the Expedia New York City Pass.

New York City is one of the USA’s most popular tourist attractions and if you’re looking for the best way to take in the sights without blowing your whole budget then the New York City Pass might be for you.

New York City is known for many things, from yellow taxi cabs and the Empire State Building, to bagels and the Statue of Liberty. When there are so many sights to see it can be hard to know where to start. That’s where the city pass comes in!

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What is the New York City Pass?

The New York City Pass is a hassle-free ticket that gets you entry to six of New York’s hottest tourist attractions including the Empire State Building and The Metropolitan Museum of Art. But that’s not all, the ticket is also flexible, allowing you to choose from three ticket options giving you a choice of a variety of attractions so that you can make the most out of your holiday.

What is included in the pass?

The Expedia New York City Pass includes access to six NYC attractions including:

  • The Empire State Building
  • American Museum of Natural History
  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Plus three of the following options:

  • Top of the Rock Observation Deck
  • Guggenheim Museum
  • Ferry Access to Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island
  • Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises
  • 9/11 Memorial & Museum
  • Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum

The pass also includes insider tips from an informative CityPASS booklet, a pocket-sized attractions guide and queue skip for most main-entrance ticket lines.

What are the New York City Pass options?

In order to make the New York City Pass as flexible as possible there are three options to choose from depending on what you want to see. All tickets include The Empire State Building, American Museum of Natural History and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, then you can choose one attraction from each of the three following options:

Option 1:

Top of the Rock Observation Deck – General Admission OR Guggenheim Museum – General Admission

Option 2:

Ferry Access to Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island – Flex ticket for one Statue Cruises ferry ride to and from Liberty Island and Ellis Island and admission to Ellis Island Immigration Museum OR Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises – Admission to one Landmark, Harbour Lights, or Liberty Cruise, or The BEAST Speedboat Ride.

Option 3:

9/11 Memorial & Museum – General Admission OR Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum – General Admission and Space Shuttle Pavilion.

How long is the City Pass valid for?

The New York City Pass is valid for nine consecutive days from the first day that you use it. That gives you plenty of time to take advantage of all the tickets included within the pass.

How much does the New York City Pass cost?

Not only does the New York City pass save you time and hassle but it saves you money too! The City Pass costs approximately £100, saving up to 40% versus buying the tickets individually.

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