Save 40%+ with a Big Apple CityPASS
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Even though I lived only an hour train-ride north of the Big Apple for nearly three years, I still consider myself a tourist when I visit New York City.
I highly recommend the CityPASS especially if this is your first time visiting New York City. It’s a really good deal, and I’ve been a happy repeat customer when visiting with other first-timers.
You can save 40% or more on the six-attraction CityPASS – a huge savings of nearly $100 per person. Or save up to 27% on the three-attraction C3 ticket. The money as well as the time you save by not standing in line for most of the attractions is worth the investment.*
Here’s an overview of the two options.
New York CityPASS
CityPASS price: adult: $132; child (6-17) $108 – includes admission to six attractions: three pre-determined/preset; three options to choose from*
Empire State Building
American Museum of Natural History
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Top of the Rock Observatory OR Guggenheim Museum
Ferry access to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island OR Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises
9/11 Memorial and Museum OR Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum
C3 ticket option
Needing a little more flexibility and only have time for a few attractions?
Pick the C3 tour option where you can decide on what to see as you go. It’s a savings of up to 27% depending on which of the three attractions you choose.
C3 price: $83 adult; $63 child (4 to 12); choose three of the following.*
- Empire State Building
- Top of the Rock Observation Deck
- Ferry access to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island
- 9/11 Memorial and Museum
- American Museum of Natural History
- The Metropolitan Museum of Art
- Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises
- Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum
- Guggenheim Museum
- Hornblower Sightseeing Cruises
Super convenient – the dates are flexible for both options meaning you can visit the CityPASS attractions when you want over a nine-day period, including first day of use (no stress of trying to fit everything in on one or two days).
And save time as you can skip the lines at most of the attractions. Tickets uploaded to mobile or you can print the CityPASS if needed.
Additional CityPASS locations
Traveling to other destinations? Make sure to order CityPASSes for your entire family before you go!
AtlantaSave 40% on Atlanta’s 5 best attractions with CityPASS. Shop Now!
BostonSave 43% or more on Boston’s 5 best attractions with CityPASS. Shop Now!
ChicagoSave 50% on Chicago’s 5 best attractions with CityPASS. Shop Now!
DallasSave 40% on Dallas’ 4 best attractions with CityPASS – Shop Now!
HoustonSave 47% on Houston’s 5 best attractions with CityPASS. Shop Now!
San FranciscoSave 47% on Houston’s 5 best attractions with CityPASS. Shop Now!
SeattleSave 45% or more on Seattle’s 5 best attractions with CityPASS. Shop Now!
Tampa BaySave 51% or more on Tampa Bay’s 5 best attractions with CityPASS. Shop Now!
Another NYC tour option for TV and movie buffs
My family and I are huge movie fans (Oscar night is about as big as the Super Bowl in our house). We love to visit filming locations when we travel. Definitely going to check out On Locations Tours the next time we’re in New York City.
If you have any questions, please comment below.
Please check the CityPass website for the most up-to-date pricing and savings. Costs listed here are as of April 9, 2019.