New York Pass: Entry to Empire State Building, Top of the Rock, Things to Do, Kids Activities, Madame Tussauds, Metropolitan Museum of Art
About This Deal
As of March 18, most sights are currently closed. Please check opening times/hours of attractions directly on the attraction website for the most up to date information.
The New York Pass
Save on combined admission to over 100 top New York attractions with a New York Pass. Pay nothing at the gate. Enjoy the flexibility to choose attractions as you go and do as much as you want each day. The digital pass is activated upon visiting the first attraction, and then it’s valid for the number of selected calendar days. There’s no limit to the number of attractions guests can visit during that time frame.
Activities and attractions: Guests can visit as many attractions as they like during the duration of the pass. The New York Pass grants access to more than 100 Big Apple sites, such as:
- Empire State Building
- Top of the Rock Observatory
- Hop-on Hop-off Big Bus New York
- Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Immigration Museum - Ferry Ticket
- Madame Tussauds New York
- 9/11 Memorial & Museum
- 9/11 Tribute Museum: Gallery Admission
- American Museum of Natural History
- The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
- Landmarks Cruise by Circle Line Sightseeing
- The Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Met)
- Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum and Space Shuttle
- Central Park Bike Rental (Full Day) by Unlimited Biking
- Central Park Bike Tour by Unlimited Biking
- Guggenheim Museum and more!
Child option valid for ages 4-12 and adult option valid for ages 13+.
For a full list of attractions, click here.
Included in the digital pass: 200-page digital guidebook that details all attractions and special offers for pass holders; New York Pass smartphone app with information, photos, suggested itineraries, and practical tips; and tourist map and subway map.
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About The New York Pass
The sheer number of attractions in New York can be overwhelming, but paying for tickets to see them doesn't have to be. Armed with the New York Pass, visitors and residents alike gain entrance to more than 90 sightseeing destinations.
It encompasses more than big-name attractions, too. With walking tours, it allows pass holders to take a seat at some of New York's best eateries or discover alleyways and side roads of graffiti and street art. It even grants access to activities that double as transport, such as sightseeing tour, which lets riders hop on and off whenever they please.