Tours in New York

Ferry Tour and Museum Visit with or without Bus-Tour Package for One or Two from CitySights NY (Up to 24% Off)

Citysights NY

Multiple Locations

$39 $30


Hop on and off ferry and bus routes past New York's iconic sights; explore the city's history and arts at Museum of the City of New York

$69 for a 2.5-Hour Tour of New York's Garment District from Fashion Update ($175 Value)

Fashion Update

Financial District

$175 $69

Fashion expert with 28 years of experience leads searches for bargains at outlets, show rooms, and sample sales in the Garment District

Historical Times Square Tour for One, Two, or Four from Manhattan Walking Tour (Up to 31% Off)

Manhattan Walking Tour


$35 $25

Knowledgeable tour guides lead hourlong jaunts through Times Square, sharing historical tidbits and fun facts along the way

10 or 25-Mile Wine-Tasting Bike Tour on July 12 from Vermont Farm Tours (Up to 43% Off)

Vermont Farm Tours

Champlain Islands

$70 $39.99


Cyclists visit farms, art studios, food venues, and vineyards, on a leisurely self-guided 10- or 25-mile bike tour of the Champlain Islands

Cupcake Walking Tour of New York for One, Two, or Four from Great New York Tours (Up to 68% Off)

Great New York Tours

Union Square

$50 $20


Tours sample sweet treats at six different establishments, including Milk & Cookies, Magnolia Bakery, and Molly's Cupcakes

Scenic Train Ride to Thendara for Two or Four from Adirondack Scenic Railroad in Utica (Up to 41% Off)

Adirondack Scenic Railroad

Union Station

$75 $45


Forests and wildlife whip by windows as trains chug toward Thendara and afternoon in historic Old Forge

Admission to Wax Attraction, Harbor Cruise, and Empire State Building from CitySights NY (Up to $49 Off)

CitySights NY

CitySights Booth @ Madame Tussauds

$92 $69

Passes for Madame Tussauds wax attraction, Empire State Building, and Midtown harbor cruise

$16 for One Boat Tour from New York Water Taxi and Circle Line Downtown (Up to $30 Value)

New York Water Taxi and Circle Line Downtown

Financial District

$30 $16


Yachts, water taxis, and speedboats tour around Lady Liberty and see the harbor’s inner workings

Guided Central Park Walking Tour for One or Tour from Central Park Walking Tours (Up to 59% Off)

Central Park Walking Tours

New York

$55 $25

Multi-lingual guided tours explore the park's history as well as its many paths, castles, ponds, and gardens

Two or Four Tickets to NY Skyride Tour in the Empire State Building (Up to 73% Off)

NY Skyride

Empire State Building

$84 $23

Virtual skyline tour on second floor of Empire State building takes guests past dozens of famed landmarks as Kevin Bacon narrates

Downtown Water Tour for One or Two with Optional Hop-on-Hop-Off Bus Tour from Go New York Tours (Up to $41 Off)

Go New York Tours

Pier 36

$19 $14

See the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and the Brooklyn Bridge from a boat; loop through downtown on a double decker bus

Guided Walking Tours of the Broadway Theater District for Two, Four, or Six from Walkin' Broadway (Up to 52% Off)

Walkin' Broadway

New York

$60 $25

Guided tour with exclusive audio commentary from more than 40 Broadway contributors, including legendary actors, directors, and producers

Facts, Fiction, and Fun Tour of Jewish New York for Two, Four, or Six from Big Apple Lansman Tours (60% Off)

Big Apple Lansman Tours

Kips Bay

$98 $39

This Lower East Side walking tour explores historic Jewish tenements, synagogues, and eateries such as Russ & Daughters

$4 for Audio Tour of Grand Central Terminal from Orpheo ($8 Value)


New York

$8 $4

Visitors pick up an audio device before following the tour at their own pace as it wends through the station, exposing secrets and history

Walking Tour for Two or Four from Welcome to Harlem (Up to 64%Off)

Welcome to Harlem


$90 $35


Guides display Harlem's cultural gems, including historic architecture, renowned jazz venues, or locations key to the Harlem Renaissance

$49 for Interactive Limo Bus Tour from The Ride ($74 Value)

The Ride

Times Square

$74 $49


State-of-the-art motor coach with stadium seating and large windows lets visitors interact with street performers on 4.2-mile Midtown tour

Coach Bus Cultural Tour of Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn from Kristin's New York Tours (Up to 45% Off)

Kristin's New York Tours

New York

$90 $59

Visitors board a coach bus that whisks them over the Manhattan Bridge to cultural and historical sites of Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn

Two-Hour Walking Ghost Tour for Two or Four from The HauntedDistrict (Up to 59% Off)

The HauntedDistrict

Meeting Place

$79 $35

Tours investigate paranormal side of New York City by visiting historical crime sites and learning about area's beginnings

$25 for a Round-Trip Ferry Ride to Sandy Hook Beach from Seastreak ($45 Value)


Multiple Locations

$45 $25

A 40-minute ferry ride takes passengers to Sandy Hook Beach, where they can explore the scenic shoreline, woodlands, and fishing spots

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CitySightseeing Cruises provides daily educational aquatic excursions on its double-decker ferries, familiarizing locals and visitors with New York's architectural icons. One-hour cruises around New York Harbor leave Monday though Friday at 10:10 a.m., 11:10 a.m., 12:10 p.m., 1:10 p.m., and 2:10 p.m.; Saturday at 10 a.m., 11:40 a.m., 12:40 p.m., 1:40 p.m., 2:40 p.m., and 3:40 p.m.; Sunday at 10 a.m., 11:40 a.m., 12:40 p.m., 1:40 p.m., 2:40 p.m. Tours circle famous landmarks such as Ellis Island, the Brooklyn Bridge, the Statue of Liberty, and her underappreciated but equally important sister, the Statue of the Pursuit of Property. Commentary from National Park Service rangers, historians, and scientists sprinkle the tour with bits of knowledge on harbor ecology and its history of immigration and commerce, providing passengers with enough facts to fill awkward conversations with Alex Trebek.

234 W 42nd St
New York,

Though Queens' myriad cemeteries earned it the nickname Borough of the Dead, that description could easily apply to the rest of New York City. And indeed it does on tours led by horror author Andrea Janes, who guides intrepid guests on mile-plus excursions through the city's haunted past. To set spines tingling, Andrea spins historically rich yarns of murderers, Satanists, and ghouls while wandering through Brooklyn's Green-Wood Cemetery or past lower Manhattan's haunted taverns.

Tours exploring the dark side of New York's neighborhoods are just the beginning, though. "Perfect for those with a hankering for the horrendous," according to Time Out New York, Andrea's Edgar Allan Poe-themed Greenwich Village visits stop at places where the poet penned some of his timeless works. She also leads curious guests on crime and vice tours, which include a visit to Five Points and storied accounts of the19th century gangs of New York.

293 23rd St. Apt. 1

NYC Gangster Tours walks crime-curious tour groups on expeditions to the stomping grounds of New York's most notorious gangsters, sharing stories of their illegal dealings and violent ends. Tours traverse the East Village, Little Italy, and Chinatown neighborhoods, stopping in at historic social clubs, cafés, and alleyways where deals and whackings took place. Along the way, groups learn the tales of infamous gangsters including Charlie “Lucky” Luciano, Meyer Lansky, and John "Teflon Don" Gotti, so named for his invention of the nonstick fedora.

1633 Broadway
New York,

Though it's known for landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, and Times Square, New York City offers so much more. The "so much more" is what NEWrotic New York City Tours founder Mark Preven wants visitors to experience. Growing up as the son of an airline employee, his passport boasts stamps from all over the world, giving him a greater understanding of how to truly experience a new place and culture as a tourist. With this experience as a world traveler, along with an encyclopedic knowledge of the Big Apple, he puts together unique tours that whisk participants past the requisite attractions and into the cacophonous heart of the real city.

Mark's guided jaunts can take visitors to neighborhoods adorned with graffiti art and Old World religious architecture, or to the water's edges of Roosevelt Island, where guests can see almost all of Midtown Manhattan. One tour traipses to jazz legend Louis Armstrong's home in Queens, while another takes visitors to the American Museum of the Moving Image to learn about the city's history with movie making. Regardless of the tour they choose, participants get to experience the New York that locals live and breathe, making them feel like a native resident, if just for one day.

70-25 Yellowstone Blvd., #5K
Forest Hills,

Yankee Trails World Travel's cozy coaches transport fans to Yankee Stadium for an evening of early-season American League competition against the Minnesota Twins. The Yankees took six games of eight from the Twins in the 2011 season and look to improve upon last year's division-clinching 97-win campaign. Alongside veteran shortstop and five-time World Series champion Derek Jeter, the Yankees 2012 roster brims with breakout talents that include Robinson Canó, the 2011 Home Run Derby champion whose out-of-the-park hits have dramatically increased reports of UFOs hovering above the Bronx.

569 3rd Ave Ext

Slim Chance wants you to know that he's not dead. Rumor had it that the former proprietor of the "Carnevil" was brutally murdered by his staff, but he's back, and he's hosting the Chamber of Horrors NY. Creepy clowns lurk in the shadows, and murderous denizens meander the halls covered in blood and bruises, all either undead or nearly there. Their goal is to terrorize all human guests to the point that they're screaming for their mothers. Nestled inside Matt Guiliano's Play Like a Pro, this haunted house is 11 months in the making by seasoned veterans of the horror industry.

West Islip,