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All Around Town Tour + Statue of Liberty
Adult:   $77   Child:   $60     Web special: Adult: $72 Child: $55
Hop-on, Hop-off double-decker tickets valid for 48 hours from the time you arrive in NYC and exchange your confirmation voucher for a boarding ticket.



The CitySights NY All Around Town Tour + Statue Of Liberty includes 48 hrs of double decker sightseeing on the Downtown Tour, Uptown & Harlem Tour, Brooklyn Tour and the Night Tour. All Around Town Tour also includes a Hop-on, Hop-off Sightseeing Ferry and a ticket to the Museum of the City of New York. Combo Tour also includes a ticket to the Statue Of Liberty. Make sure you bring a camera!
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Super New York Tour: 2 days + 1 Day FREE For $18 more you can get a ticket to the Top of the Rock or Empire State Building Observatory decks with an upgrade to the Super New York Tour. You get everything from the All Around Tour + Statue of liberty plus savings on both the observatory ticket and with our online discount!
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Tour Length
48 hrs



Departure Location
Please read each tour below for locations.


Departure Time
Please read each tour below for times.
Downtown Tour Plus
Get on and go places! If you want to hit the most-visited spots in New York City, this is the one: CitySights NY’s Downtown Tour. You’ll get easy access to the most popular sites in town: the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building and “Ground Zero,” where the World Trade Center once stood and where a stunning new skyscraper soars today. Narrated by licensed NYC tour guides who know the city inside and out, this hop on/hop off excursion on a double-decker bus takes you through Greenwich Village, Little Italy, Chinatown, Wall Street and the Financial District, Battery Park City, South Street Seaport, the Lower East Side, along with Rockefeller Center, the United Nations building, Carnegie Hall, the Broadway theater district and more. Along the way, you’ll have the chance to explore the streets, comb the shops and enjoy a vast array of authentic cuisines. Savor dim sum. Smell the fresh-baked bread baking on Mulberry Street. And experience it all by booking your tour today.

  
Tour Length
2.5 Hours



Departure Location
Citysights NY Visitor Center (in  lobby of Madame Tussauds)

234 W.42nd st. Times Square and 8th Avenue between 49th and 50th Streets.



Departure Time
Frequent departures from 8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Uptown Treasures & Harlem Tour Plus
So many wonders await you in upper NYC, and CitySights NY’s Uptown Treasures & Harlem Tour takes you there in an unforgettable hop on/hop off excursion about a double-decker bus, where you can step off whenever a site or neighborhood beckons you to find out more on foot. This tour (which is valid for 24 hours once you begin) is narrated by a licensed guide who will point out the many sites to take in all along the way, including the Time Warner Center (the sweeping new skyscraper that rises at the edge of the gorgeous 843-acre Central Park, the centerpiece of NYC), Lincoln Center (home to the Metropolitan Opera, New York City Ballet and so much more), the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Dakota apartment building (former home of Beatles star John Lennon), the Apollo Theater (where greats like Ella Fitzgerald made their debuts), and the Harlem Market, among many other treasures. There’s so much happening Uptown and beyond, and this tour is the way to see it all with maximum flexibility.

  
Tour Length
2.5 Hours



Departure Location

Departs from 8th Ave btw.

42nd & 43rd Streets



Departure Time
Departs: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm (frequent departures)

Bronx Tour Plus
Welcome to the Bronx! Once you hop on (and hop off) this uniquely narrated trip through Upper Manhattan and the Bronx, you’re in for a sightseeing excursion aboard a double-decker bus like no other. You’ll start in Harlem, where you’ll see the famed Harlem Market, where up to 100 vendors from a wide range of African countries sell their wares. Then it’s across 125th Street and over into the Bronx, the fourth-largest Manhattan borough in terms of land area. Here, you’ll see the Grand Concourse, the elegant boulevard that lured millions to make their homes nearby, including Edgar Allan Poe. Next, you’ll head west to the famed new Yankee Stadium, opened at the beginning of the 2009 baseball season. This state-of-the-art facility can be toured with a Yankee legend as an add-on CitySights tour, but even from the outside, it’s incredibly impressive. After all, it’s the home of the team that’s won 27 World Series championships. And you’ll end back in Harlem, for even more sites – and memories.

  
Tour Length
1 Hour

Departure Location
122 Street (Grant's Tomb)

Departure Time
Daily between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Night Tour


Please Note: Escorted bus Tour (not Hop-on Hop-off).

See New York when it sparkles! Enjoy nighttime views and ambiance of Times Square, Chinatown, Empire State Building , Greenwich Village, SoHo, Little Italy, Manhattan Bridge, Brooklyn Bridge and Lower East Side. Our licensed tour guides will narrate the history of all the famous sights of this magnificent city for your enjoyment and learning pleasure.


  
Tour Length
Approx 2.5 hrs.
Escorted Tour (not Hop-on Hop-off).


Departure Location
42nd Street and 7th Avenue, and 46th Street and Broadway


Departure Time
Frequent nightly departures:

42nd Street and 7th Avenue from 5:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m.

46th Street and Broadway from 5:30 p.m. -7:30 p.m.

Brooklyn Tour Plus
Hop aboard a double-decker bus for CitySights NY’s Brooklyn Tour, a hop on/hop off journey through the city’s most populated borough. Many people who visit the city never set foot outside of Manhattan. But that would mean you’d miss some wonderful treasures so close by. And this newly expanded tour includes many wonders, allowing you to get off at any stop and grab a bite or see the sites in person. You’ll start in downtown Manhattan, crossing the Manhattan Bridge into Brooklyn, where you’ll see the first parkway for cars ever built in the U.S., the majesty of Grand Army Plaza, the Brooklyn Botanical Garden and Brooklyn Museum (a Beaux-Arts building with a vast art and Egyptian antiquities collection), along with the graceful mansions, intriguing shops and restaurants and a wide array of cultures. Your licensed guide will also take you past the gloriously designed Prospect Park with its zoo and the Brooklyn Public Library. And of course, you’ll see the spectacular Brooklyn Bridge.

  
Tour Length
1.5 hrs.



Departure Location

 

From J&R on Park Row

Downtown Tour



Departure Time
Daily
Every 30 minutes from 10:30 am to 3:00 pm

Hop-on, Hop-off Sightseeing Ferry
Experience the magical views of New York City's famous skyline while enjoying the convenience of three Hop-on, Hop-off locations!

Our Hop-on, Hop-off Sightseeing Ferry is the fun, friendly and most convenient way to see the harbor that made NYC what it is today!

What You'll See:

  • Statue of Liberty
  • Ellis Island
  • Battery Park
  • Governors Island
  • Brooklyn Bridge
  • Manhattan Bridge
  • Williamsburg Bridge
  • South Street Seaport
  • Chrysler Building


*Ticket valid for the date purchased or date redeemed.


  
Tour Length
Once redeemed, ticket valid for 24 hours.

Departure Location
Dumbo- located on old Fulton Street and Furman St.
Pier 11- located on Wall St. at South Street
World Financial District- located at 199 Vessey St. Next to the Irish Memorial

Departure Time
Daily: 10:00AM - 3:30PM
Museum of the City of New York


Free Admission!

If you want to know how New York became New York, look no further than the top of Museum Mile. As the city’s official museum, the Museum of the City of New York celebrates the greatest city in the world through exhibitions and programs that reflect New York’s distinctive character, especially its heritage of diversity, opportunity, and perpetual transformation.

Founded in 1923, the City Museum presents ongoing and temporary exhibitions drawn from its collection of 750,000 objects, including prints, photographs, decorative arts, costumes, paintings, sculpture, toys, and theatrical memorabilia. Exhibitions on extended view include Activist New York, which presents the passions and conflicts that underlie the city’s history of protest, as well as Gilded New York, which showcases lavish costumes, jewelry, and decorative objects from New York’s original one percent—the city’s elite class of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Every year, the City Museum presents five to ten temporary exhibitions that explore diverse topics that are unique to New York, such as graffiti art (City As Canvas, February – September, 2014), Superstorm Sandy (Rising Waters, October, 2013 – April, 2014), and New York apartment living in the 21st century (Making Room, January – September 2013.) Free guided gallery tours and family self-guides are available on site. Finally, no trip to the Big Apple is complete without Timescapes, a multimedia film on view at all times that tells the history of New York City—from its settlement by the Dutch to its present-day status as the capital of the world—in just 22 minutes.

The City Museum is located at 1220 Fifth Avenue at 103rd Street in Manhattan. The City Museum is open daily, from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Your CitySights Pass entitles you to entry to all of the Museum’s exhibitions.

Free New York Breakfast with CitySights Pass
CitySights Pass holders are invited to start their day with a New York breakfast of champions - coffee, a fresh bagel from H&H Midtown Bagels East, and a schmear, and a side of New York City history at the City Museum. With your CitySights pass, you'll be treated to a complimentary breakfast and a 20-minute talk about what makes New York tick plus insider tips to know about the Big Apple. The breakfast concludes with an exclusive screening of Timescapes. New York Breakfast takes place daily between 10:00 and 11:00 a.m. at the City museum.

  
Location
1220 Fifth Avenue at 103rd St.
New York, NY 10029


Hours of Operation
Open daily: 10am to 6pm.


Average Visit Time
2 hrs

Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Ferry


Security: Additional time should be allowed for security clearance at Battery Park.



No visit to the New York City is complete without a trip to the world's most famous historical landmark - The Statue of Liberty National Monument. There is nothing more New Yorkish than to take in a breathtaking view of the world's most famous Statue. Ferry tickets also include, Ellis Island, home of the National Immigration Museum. This island once served as the immigration clearance center for millions of immigrants and refuges arriving in the USA from foreign lands. Due to its ionic status, long lines are very common, pre-purchasing your tickets is highly recommended to avoid those long lines. Get your tickets today.

Please redeem your Statue of Liberty vouchers from the Gray Line street team agents located north of Starbucks on Whitehall Street. Tickets can be redeemed from 9 a.m.- 4 p.m.The ticket also includes entrance to Ellis Island as well.

Extended Hours: From 9/2/2014 - 10/13/2014: Hours are 8:30AM-4:00PM, with a 5:45PM and 6:00PM clearing of Liberty and Ellis Island.



  
Tour Length
4 hours


Departure Location
Daily from Battery Park (Whitehall Street between Bridge & Pearl sts. Stop #14 on downtown Tour bus) to both Liberty Island & Ellis Island


Departure Time
Daily from 8:30am to 5:00pm.

The Gray Line New York Eat and Play Card
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New York is expensive – dining, shopping, entertainment – it’s easy to spend a small fortune here. But no more. Why pay full price for a meal anywhere when you can save 20% (often even including alcohol) all over town? NYC’s best savings program for tourists has no blackout dates, fits nicely in your wallet and can be used as often as you want – just show The Card and save. It’s the “anti-coupon” and there’s nothing else like it.

Your vacation is about to get a lot less expensive. So relax and have fun knowing with the money you save, you’ll be able to take another trip to New York.

Click to see a complete listing of participating, Gray Line New York Eat and Play Card Merchants.



  
Important: Stops may change at any time without notice due to emergency situations, street closures and or police activities beyond the jurisdiction of CitySights NY.

Downtown Tour Map


1. Times Square- Broadway between 50th & 5st St.
Theater District: 50th St. and 8th Ave.
Marriot Marquis: 46th Street and Broadway
2. Carnegie Hall - 7th ave between 56th & 57th streets.
3.

Winter Garden - 50th street & 7th ave.

4.

Champs: 7th Avenue between 41st and 42nd St.

5.

Macy's 34th st between 7th & 8th ave

6. Empire State Building- 34th st between 5th & 6th ave 
7. Flatiron District: 5th Ave. between 22nd St. and 23rd St.
8. Union Square / Ladies Mile: 14th Street between 5th and 6th Avenues
9. SoHo: Broadway between Spring and Broome Street 
10. Chinatown / Little Italy: Broadway between Lispenard and Walker Streets 
11. Site of the World Trade Center/St Paul's Chapel: Broadway between Vesey and Fulton Streets 
12. Battery Park/Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Ferry: Whitehall between Bridge and Pearl Streets Exchange (CitySights NY Statue of Liberty ferry vouchers here, transfer for Brooklyn Tour) 
13. South Street Seaport: South and Fulton Streets 
14. Lower East Side/Chinatown: Pike Street between Madison and Henry Streets 
15. Lower East Side: Allen Street between Grand and Broome Streets 
16. East Village: 1st Avenue between St Marks Place and 9th Street 
17. Kip's Bay: 1st Avenue between 34th and 35th Streets 
18. United Nations: 1st Avenue between 44th and 45th Streets 
19. Waldorf Astoria Hotel: 49th Street between Lexington and Park Ave
20. Rockefeller Center: 49th Street between 5th and 6th Avenues
 

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Uptown Tour Map


21. Times Square South - 8th Ave bet. 42nd & 43rd St.
22. Theater District North - 8th Ave & 52nd St.
23. Columbus Circle/Time Warner Center- Corner of 59th Street and 8th ave.
24.

Lincoln Center - Broadway & W. 63rd St.

25.

Central Park/ Strawberry Fields - Central Park West & W. 72nd St.

26.

American Museum of Natural History/New-York Historical Society- Central Park West & 79th St.

27.

Cathedral of St. John the Devine - Amsterdam Ave & 112th St

28. Grants Tomb/ Riverside Church- Riverside Drive & 122nd St.
29. Apollo Theater/ Harlem - 125th St. between Fredrick Douglass & Adam Clayton Powell Blvds.
30. Harlem Market/ Shopping - 116th St. bet. Malcom X Blvd. & 5th Ave.
31. Museum of the City of NY/ Conservatory Gardens/ El Museo del Barrio - 5th Ave. & 103rd Street.Stop here for your admission to the Museuem of the City of NY
32. Guggenheim & Jewish Museums- 5th Ave. & 90th St.
33. Metropolitan Museum of Art - 5th Ave. & 83rd Street.
34. Frick Collection/ Whitney Musuem/ Central Park- 5th Ave. / 72nd St.
35. Central Park Zoo - 5th Ave. & 66th St.
36. Plaza Hotel/ Central Park- Central Park South between 5th & 6th aves.
37. Carnegie Hall- 7th Ave between 56th & 57th Streets
38. Winter Gardens-  50th Street & 7th ave
 

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Night Tour Map


 

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Brooklyn Tour Map


1. Brooklyn Promenade: Cadman Plaza West
2. Atlantic Avenue Middle Eastern Restaurant: Court St & Atlantic Ave. MTA Bus Stop B61
3. Barclay Center: Flatbush Avenue between 5th Avenue and Dean St.
4.

Brooklyn Museum Of Art/Brooklyn Botanic Garden

5.

Flatbush Avenue. MTA Bus Stop B41

6.

Brooklyn Public Library: Flatbush Avenue. MTA Bus Stop 41

7.

Fort Greene Park: Dekalb Avenue & South Portland Avenue. MTA Bus Stop B38

8. Junior's Restaurant/BAM: Dekalb Avenue & Flatbush Avenue. MTA Bus Stop B38
 

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