New York CityPASS has collected and vetted the top must-see, must-do attractions and priced them 45% less than the same tickets purchased separately. And CityPASS ticket holders skip most main ticket lines.
Six actual admission tickets are bound into a dollar bill-sized booklet, each with a tip revealing a CityPASS secret to breezing past ticket lines like a VIP. A map, attraction details, transportation directions, best times to visit and money-saving coupons make New York CityPASS an ideal guidebook. Valid for nine consecutive days, beginning with the date of first use, CityPASS is an organized, budget-friendly travel solution for both action-packed weekends or longer, more leisurely paced city explorations.
New York CityPASS includes the following:
• Empire State Building Observatory (admission to 86th Floor and one audio tour)
• The Metropolitan Museum of Art (includes all Special Exhibitions and same-day admission to the Cloisters museum and gardens)
• American Museum of Natural History (includes Rose Center for Earth and Space and a Hayden Planetarium Space Show)
• The Museum of Modern Art (includes special exhibitions, audio programs, films and gallery talks)
• Choice Ticket 1: Guggenheim Museum (includes audio tour) OR Top of the Rock
• Choice Ticket 2: Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises at 42nd Street (2- Hour Harbor or Harbor Lights Cruise, or 75 minute
Liberty Cruise or The Beast Speedboat Ride) OR Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island (includes admission to both Liberty Island and Ellis Island Immigration Museum)
Value — New York CityPASS saves visitors 45% off the combined regular admission prices at the participating attractions. Adults, $79 (a value of $144); child, 6-17, $59 (a value of $108).
Flexibility — New York CityPASS is valid for nine consecutive days, beginning with the first day of use. But you won’t need that much time. Because CityPASS focuses on a small group of top attractions, you can visit all of them on a weekend break — without feeling rushed. If you’re planning more than a weekend visit, New York CityPASS allows you to see all the top sites with plenty of time left over to shop, dine, take in arts and sporting events, and explore on your own.
Express Service — At New York CityPASS attractions, pass holders take the VIP route, skipping most main-entrance ticket lines.
Convenience — CityPASS vouchers can be redeemed at the first attraction visited. Pass holders simply present their voucher and receive a CityPASS in return.
Choice Tickets — For the two option tickets, you choose which of the two attractions you prefer to visit. You do not need to decide at the time of purchase which of the two attractions you want to visit.
We wanted give you an update as to what is happening at the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Due to damaged sustained during Hurricane Sandy; both Liberty Island and Ellis Island will be closed for renovations until further notice. The Statue did not sustain any damage, however repairs to the grounds and support buildings will be ongoing for quite some time.
The New York CityPASS Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island ticket, is now valid for the 60-minute Statue of Liberty Harbor Cruise, featuring the closest views of both Liberty and Ellis Islands. The Cruise is run by Statue Cruises, the concessioner authorized by the National Park Service, and offers an exceptional guided tour and the best views of the Statue. From the boat, you’ll also see the 9-11 Memorial, South Street Seaport, Governor’s Island, the Brooklyn Bridge and much more