The City Pass is a booklet of tickets for major attractions within a particular city, in this case New York City. By purchasing the pass for a one time fee this allows the holder to visit the different attractions. Whilst there are countless things to do in NYC there are always the top attractions that every tourist must visit. The Pass saves 40% compared to purchasing each attraction separately.

What’s Included?

  1. The Empire State Building
  2. American Museum of Natural History
  3. The Metropolitan Museum of Art
  4. Top of the Rock Observation Deck OR Guggenheim Museum
  5. Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island OR Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises
  6. 9/11 Memorial & Museum OR Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum

Each One of The Following Attractions is Included.

Pick one of each of the following:

New York City can be overwhelming but by using the CityPass they can visit the best without spending too much time deciding where to go. The best attractions are included and as it lasts for 9 days there is plenty of time to use the full booklet of tickets.

How much does the NYC City Pass Cost

Adult $122
Youth $98

Where Can I buy a City Pass?

The best place to purchase a pass without any added on fees or charges is directly via the website here

Do They Offer Mobile Tickets?

CityPass have just introduced mobile tickets which means you can purchase the CityPass and have it on your phone instantly.

Which Pass is Better?

Unless you are in New York for 1 month then this pass is perfect. It contains everything that you must visit whilst in the Big Apple for just over $122 you can visit all the main attractions.

Is it Worth the Price?

We fully recommend the CityPass for visitors to New York that want an itinerary planned and save money on the standard ticket prices. We highly recommend visiting Ellis Island and The Statue of Liberty, for us that was the highlight of the trip.

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