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Uptown Treasures & Harlem Tour Plus
Adult:   $49   Child:   $39     Web special: Adult: $44 Child: $34

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Hop on Hop off double-decker tickets valid for 24 hours from the time you arrive in NYC and exchange your confirmation voucher for a boarding ticket.


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.
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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 
A $49 Value!

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.


Please Note: Only hop-on/hop-off stop is Yankee Stadium


 

Brooklyn Tour Now Offered in 11 Languages!

Now, CitySights NY is giving you even more flexibility in enjoying our tours by offering multilingual audio tracks in 11 different languages on all of our popular hop on/hop off bus tours. You can experience the journey in English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Russian and Hebrew.







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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
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. Malcom Shabazz Market  - 116th St. bet. Malcom X Blvd. & 5th Ave.
31. Museum of the City of NY/ Conservatory Gardens/ El Museo del Barrio - 5th Ave. & 103rd St.
32. Guggenheim & Jewish Museums- 5th Ave. & 90th St.
33. Metropolitan Museum of Art - 5th Ave. & 8rd 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 South bet. 5th & 6th Aves.
37. Carnegie Hall- 7th Ave between 56th & 57th Sts.
38. Winter Gardens- 7th Ave & 50th St.

Important Uptown Tour sites you will see:

  • World Wide Plaza (site of Madison Square Garden #3)
  • Gershwin Theater
  • Jerry Orbach Way
  • Studio 54
  • “Soup Nazi” location
  • Hearst Magazines Building
  • Columbus Circle
  • Columbus Monument
  • Time Warner Center
  • Jazz at Lincoln Center
  • Trump International Hotel & Tower
  • Maine Memorial
  • Merchants’ Gate Entrance to Central Park
  • 15 Central Park West
  • Ethical Culture Lower School
  • ASCAP (One Lincoln Center Plaza)
  • Lincoln Center – including:
  • David Koch New York State Theater, Metropolitan Opera House,
    Marc Chagall’s Sources of Music and
    Triumph of Music, Avery Fisher Hall,
    Vivian Beaumont Theater, Juilliard
    School of Music, Drama & Dance,
    Alice Tully Hall
  • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormon) Manhattan Temple
  • The Dorrilton (Apartment House)
  • 72nd Street IRT Station House
  • The Ansonia
  • The Dakota
  • The Majestic
  • Central Park (entrance to Strawberry Fields)
  • San Remo Apartments
  • New-York Historical Society
  • Beresford Apartments
  • American Museum of Natural History
  • Central Park West – estimated location of Seneca Village (84th-86th Streets)
  • Cancer Hospital
  • Lafayette Square including Bartholdi sculpture showing George Washington & Marquis de Lafayette shaking hands
  • Morningside Park
  • Peace Fountain at Cathedral Close of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine
  • Cathedral of St. John the Divine
  • Columbia University
  • Bellerophon Taming Pegasus
  • Columbia Teachers College
  • Barnard College
  • “The Arsenal” (NY Department of Parks & Recreation HQ)
  • 834 Fifth AvenueNew York residence of Rupert Murdoch
  • Knickerbocker Club
  • Hotel Pierre
  • Union Theological Seminary
  • Riverside Church
  • Riverside Park
  • Grant’s Tomb
  • Sakura Park
  • General Butterfield Statue
  • Riverside Drive
  • George Washington Bridge
  • Riverbank State Park
  • CCNY
  • Apollo Theater
  • Theresa Towers (former Hotel Theresa)
  • Adam Clayton Powell Jr State Office Building
  • Statue of Dr. Adam Clayton Powell Jr
  • Studio Museum in Harlem
  • 55 West 125th Street (site of Bill Clinton’s Office)
  • Lenox Lounge
  • Mount Olivet Baptist Church (former Temple Israel)
  • Macolm X and Betty Shabazz Masjid (Mosque)
  • Harlem Market
  • Luis Munoz Marin Boulevard
  • Tito Puente Way
  • Duke Ellington Memorial at Duke Ellington Circle
  • The Harlem Meer
  • Museo del Barrio
  • Conservatory Gardens
  • Museum of the City of New York
  • Statue of Dr. Marion Sims
  • National Academy of Medicine
  • Jewish Museum
  • Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Design/Cooper-Hewitt Collection
  • Church of the Heavenly Rest
  • National Academy Museum
  • Solomon R Guggenheim Museum of Art
  • Neue Galerie
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art
  • 995 Fifth Avenue – former Hotel Stanhope
  • 17 East 79th Street – Michael Bloomberg’s residence
  • Ukrainian Center
  • French Cultural Attaché
  • 927 Fifth Avenue – residence of Mary Tyler Moore
  • Frick Collection
  • 7th Regiment World War I

 

 

 

  • Marriott Marquis Hotel
  • Marquis Theater
  • MTV Studios
  • Toys R US
  • Good Morning America Studio/ABC Television
  • Hard Rock Café
  • One Times Square
  • NASDAQ Market Site
  • New Amsterdam Theater
  • Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum
  • New Victory Theater
  • Hilton Theater
  • American Airlines Theater
  • BB King’s
  • Westin Times Square Hotel
  • Majestic Theatre
  • Restaurant Row
  • Engine 54/Ladder 4
  • Metropolitan Club
  • Grand Army Plaza
  • Equestrian statue of General William Tecumseh Sherman
  • The Plaza Hotel
  • Pulitzer Fountain
  • GM Building
  • Apple I Pod Center
  • FAO Schwarz
  • Helmsley Park Lane Hotel
  • Mickey Mantle Sports Restaurant
  • Ritz Carlton Hotel
  • Plaza of the Americas including statues of Simon Bolivar, Jose Marti and Jose San Martin
  • Jumeirah Essex House Hotel
  • New York Athletic Club
  • Alwyn Court
  • Carnegie Hall
  • Carnegie Delicatessen
  • Stage Delicatessen
  • NYC & Company Visitor Information Center
  • Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers
  • AXA Equitable Center
  • Roy Lichtenstein’s Mural With Blue Brush Stroke
  • Winter Garden Theater
  • Duffy Square
  • TKTS Discount Theater Ticket Kiosk
  • Memorial
  • Temple Emanu-el
  • Central Park Zoo and Children’s Zoo