All City Pass 3 Days

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Adults
$65 $75
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Kids (age 4-12)
$55 $65
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Total: $0
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Buy now, use anytime within 6 months, no reservation required

This pass is valid for 72 hours

Have some additional time to spend in New York? Our All City Pass 3 Days allows you to spread out your sightseeing over a three-day period. See the fantastic sites that New York has to offer, including: Statue of Liberty from our Liberty Cruise, Times Square, the Empire State Building, The World Trade Center, Greenwich Village, SoHo, Tribeca, the Brooklyn Bridge, Yankee Stadium, Central Park, Wall Street, the Barclays Center, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Harlem and much more! See New York sparkle and shimmer on the Night Tour! Relax and enjoy New York comfortably with our 3 Day Pass!

Includes

  • The All City Pass gives you access to one of the Liberty Cruise options below. No need to decide now. Choose when you redeem your tickets.
  • Departure Point: World Financial Terminal at Battery Park City (Vesey St. and North End Ave.)

  • Schedule:

    • Liberty Cruise Select:
      Mon to Fri: 11:15AM, & 1:15PM.
      Sat and Sun: 11:15 AM, 1:15 PM, & 3:45 PM.
      Duration: 2 hours
    • Liberty Cruise Express:
      Mon to Fri: 10:15 AM, 12:00 PM, 1:45 PM, & 3:00 PM.
      Sat and Sun: 10:15 AM, 12:00 PM, 1:45 PM, 3:00 PM, 4:15 PM, & 5:30 PM.
      Duration: 1 hour and 15 minutes

Liberty Cruise will easily become the highlight of your trip. Take Liberty Cruise Select to enjoy panoramic views of famous NYC sites: Statue of Liberty, Manhattan Skyline, Brooklyn Bridge, Ellis Island, Governors Island and more. Or use Liberty Cruise Express to see the essentials of what New York City has to offer. Liberty Cruise Saver, on the other hand, suits travelers who rise with the sun. No matter what you choose, you’ll enjoy incredible views of the Lady Liberty. All tours will have a live tour guide to ensure that your trip will be both fun and informative.

  • Departure Point: Any stop along the route (Stop #1-16)

  • Schedule: Daily 8am - 6pm

  • Unlimited Hop On Hop Off

  • Complete loop takes approx: 2 hours

  • Recorded narration available in these languages:
    English
    Español
    Italiano
    Deutsch
    Français
    Português
    한국어
    Русский язык
    日本語
    中文

This tour is an absolute essential for any New York tourist. Manhattan is home to the most famous sites in the city, like Radio City Music Hall, Times Square, and One World Trade Center. Visit the heart of the Financial District, Chinatown, and Little Italy. The convenient hop on/hop off nature of this tour will allow you to explore downtown to the fullest.

See list of stops on the map below
  • Departure Point: Any stop along the route (Stop #3 and 15-28)

  • Schedule: Daily 9am - 5pm

  • Unlimited Hop On Hop Off

  • Complete loop takes approx: 2 hours

  • Recorded narration available in these languages:
    English
    Español
    Italiano
    Deutsch
    Français
    Português
    한국어
    Русский язык
    日本語
    中文

Uptown Manhattan features a fascinating and refined combination of culture, education, and nature. Our tour begins along Central Park, where the beautiful trees, fields, and gardens offer a tranquil alternative to the bustling avenues. Moving through Harlem, an epicenter of African American culture, provides an opportunity to experience the distinct art and cuisine of the historic neighborhood. The small distance between 82nd and 105th Street houses New York's most impressive and world-renowned museums which together draw tens of millions of visitors every year. Known by locals as "Museum Mile," this collection of museums is considered to be one of the foremost concentrations of art and history in the world.

See list of stops on the map below
  • Departure Point: Battery Park (Between West St. & Washington St.) (Stop #12)

  • Schedule: Daily 10am

  • Complete loop takes approx: 1 hour and 45 minutes

If you want to explore New York outside of downtown, then you can’t miss a visit to Brooklyn. This cultural hub is home to the iconic Brooklyn Bridge. You’ll be able to see it yourself on this bus tour, along with locations like Prospect Park, Grand Army Plaza, and the Barclays Center.

  • Departure Point: Stop No 15 (8th Ave btwn 42nd St & 43rd St) (Stop #15)

  • Schedule: Daily 9:00am

  • Complete loop takes approx: 2 hours

Nothing says New York like The Yankees, and our tour of the Bronx brings you right to their home field! The new Yankee Stadium has housed icons like Derek Jeter, A-Rod, and Mariano Rivera, and remains one of the most impressive and expensive stadiums in the history of sports. Our Bronx tour also features a ride through Harlem and Midtown, areas teeming with culture and history.  

  • Departure Point: 286 West 46th Street (Between 7th & 8th Avenue) (Stop #1)

  • Schedule: Daily 7pm - 10pm

  • Complete loop takes approx: 1 hour and 45 minutes

Kick back, relax, and enjoy the architecture of New York lit up in a blaze of beautiful lights. You’ll see the glow of Times Square, Greenwich Village, Chinatown, Little Italy, and Brooklyn. See the most beautiful buildings in the city light the night from our comfortable bus!

  • Schedule: Daily 8am - 5pm

  • 2 hours (extra)

Enjoy the fresh air while breezily pedaling through Central Park with one of our convenient bike rentals. With two hours to ride, you'll be sure to get your fill of sights, nature, and beautiful Manhattan scenery. Our bicycles are professionally maintained to ensure that nothing gets in the way of your perfect Central Park adventure!   

  • Schedule: Daily 10am - 6pm

  • Average visit duration 1 hour

Located along the Museum Mile section of Fifth Avenue, the Museum of the City of New York chronicles local culture through an array of exhibitions, interactive programs, publications, and other media. Founded in 1923 and housed in a landmark building, the nonprofit museum hosts temporary exhibitions to complement extensive permanent collections. Hallways and gallery spaces invite guests inside to study historic maps, photographs of life and architecture, and artwork, as well as vintage displays gathering toys, fashion, and furniture—providing more insight into the city's rich character than the diary of Al Pacino.