Boat tours lets visitors explore the surrounding areas at their own pace
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The CitySightseeing Skyline Cruise offers stunning views of famous attractions like the Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, the Brooklyn Bridge, Greenwich Village, and more. Enjoy the weather and concessions while taking in amazing sights from the outdoor decks.
The Hop-On Hop-Off Cruise with Ripley’s admission package from CitySights NY combines the pleasure of sightseeing with the excitement of discovering interesting and bizarre artifacts from around the world. Once on board, tour goers get unparalleled views of famous attractions like the Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, the Brooklyn Bridge, Greenwich Village, and more. With 4 convenient hop-off stops in various locations in Manhattan and Brooklyn, customers can get up-close and personal with some of NYCs unique neighborhoods. Pier 11 provides access to South Street Seaport and Battery Park. Hop off in DUMBO, Brooklyn for fantastic views from the Brooklyn Bridge Park. Hop off at Pier 78 to explore exciting Times Square and the Theater District. Once in Times Square, check out Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Museum. Enjoy two whole floors full of outlandish artifacts and interactive displays.
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About CitySights NY
CitySights NY lets visitors and residents alike see the city from a thousand different angles. There are boat tours, on yachts and clippers alike, which might include a leisurely dinner as the sun sets or a lap around the Statue of Liberty. Helicopter tours buzz around the famous statue as well, or over Manhattan. For those looking to experience the city from inside a theater, trips to Broadway offer a glimpse into New York's dramatic legacy. There are also walking tours for those who like to keep a more leisurely pace or try to pet every dog in the city.
The company's double-decker tour buses, though, whisk visitors around the Big Apple, making stops at the city's top attractions, including Times Square, the One World Observatory, SoHo, and Chinatown. Along the way, guides narrate the tour, adding details about the city's rich history and pointing out which pigeons are friendly. Each passenger seat comes with its own speaker to ensure that you don't miss a thing. Most tours are hop-on/hop-off, meaning you can take as much time as you want at sites such as the Museum of Modern Art and the Central Park Zoo before catching another bus later in the day.