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New York Top 6

Adult
$217.00 $109.00
Child
$199.00 $89.00


Highlights
    • Empire State Building
    • Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island
    • 9/11 Memorial & Museum
    • Guggenheim Museum
    • American Museum of Natural History
    • CitySightseeing Hop-on, Hop-off Bus Tour

              Questions about your trip to NYC?

              Check out our Planning Guide

              for answers and advice.

               

              Instant Delivery & Mobile Ticketing – Buy it Now, Use it Now! – Simply show the ticket on your mobile phone at the gate for admission (or print if you prefer).

              Save 49% on NYC's Top 6 Attractions! Purchased individually, these attractions cost $217. With the New York Top 6 package, you pay only $119.  

              New York Top 6 Admission Includes

              1. 9/11 Memorial and Museum

              2. Empire State Building

              3. Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island

              4. Uptown/Downtown 2 Day Hop-on, Hop-off Bus Tour

              5. Guggenheim Museum

              6. American Museum of Natural History 

              First time visiting New York City? Where do you even begin?

              Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!

              The New York Top 6 package combines six of New York City’s top attractions -- specially curated and bundled together, to give you the ultimate sightseeing experience with maximum savings! Valid for 30 days from the first day of use, explore one of the greatest cities in the world at your very own pace. With 40% in savings when compared to regular box office prices, you’ll be able to take your Big Apple adventure to the next level!

              9/11 Memorial and Museum

              Discover the invincible spirit of New York City at the 9/11 Memorial Museum. This tour is a must for anyone visiting New York. At the National 9/11 Memorial Museum you can take a self-guided audio tour at the museum dedicated to honoring the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The Museum tells the emotional, moving and educational story of 9/11 through interactive technology, archives, narratives and a collection of artifacts. Hear stories from first responders, see panoramic timelapse footage from Ground Zero and learn about the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks in this 110,000 square foot space.

              Empire State Building

              Located in the heart of midtown Manhattan, the Empire State Building Experience is so much more than just a view. Embark on a journey through one of the most famous landmarks in the world, where you will experience A newly restored Art Deco lobby and murals, the historical Dare to Dream exhibit, and Sustainability Exhibit. Your visit will conclude at the most iconic 360-degree open-air observation deck in all of NYC – The Empire State Building’s 86th Floor Observatory Deck. Feel the heart of NYC!

              Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island

              Take a scenic ferry ride down the Hudson River to visit a landmark that’s known around the world as a beacon of hope: The Statue of Liberty! As the magnificent monument comes into view, imagine what it was like for the millions of immigrants who came to America by boat to see Lady Liberty for the first time. Then you’ll have the chance to walk around the grounds at Liberty Island to see the statue up close. You’ll also visit Ellis Island, also known as the ‘Island of Hope and Tears’, where you’ll learn about the nation’s rich immigrant history at what was once the busiest immigration station in the country.

              Uptown/Downtown 2 Day Bus Tour

              New York City is overflowing with renowned attractions – and Manhattan is the focal point of it all! With this easy and affordable 2-day double decker bus tour pass with unlimited hop-on, hop-off access to Uptown and Downtown Manhattan tour loops, 2 days are all you need to see the top sights. You won’t miss out on anything because the Uptown and Downtown tour loops cover the most famous New York City landmarks as well as the hidden gems!

              Guggenheim Museum

              The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is an internationally renowned art museum and architectural icon. The building itself, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is a significant component of the Guggenheim experience! The museum is the heart of a larger network of international museums. It’s home to famous works of Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary art.

              American Museum of Natural History

              The American Museum of Natural History is a treasure trove of adventures and discoveries for all. Over 140 years old, with a celebrated tradition of scientific research, exhibition, education and outreach, the American Museum of Natural History is one of the most prestigious and beloved Museums which has the largest collection of dinosaur fossils in the world. And there's always something new to see!

              Book the New York Top 6 package to discover New York City’s top attractions, iconic landmarks, unique neighborhoods and hidden gems!

              DOWNTOWN TOUR

              1. Times Square North – Corner of 47th & 7th Ave. (Olive Garden)

              2..Times Square South - 7th Ave. btw. 41st & 40th (566 7th Ave.)

              3. Macy's - 34th & 7th Ave. (435 7th Ave.)

              4. Empire State Building 1 - 34th St. btw. 5th & 6th Ave. (22 W. 34th St.)

              5. Empire State Building 2 - 32nd St. & 5th Ave. (320 5th Ave.)

              6. Flat Iron District - 22nd St. & 5th Ave. (174 5th Ave.)

              7. Union Square/Greenwich Village - 14th St. & 5th Ave. (7 West 14th St.)

              8. Soho - NW corner of Broadway & Spring St. (525 Broadway)

              9. Chinatown West/Little Italy - Broadway & Walker St. (401 Broadway)

              10. City Hall/World Trade Center/Brooklyn Bridge/911 Tribute Center - Broadway btw. Pine St. & Rector St. 

              11. Battery Park/Ellis Island/Statue of Liberty Ferry - State & Bridge St. (Battery Park across from 17 State St.)

              12. South Street Seaport - South St. btw John & Fulton St. (89 South St.)

              13. Lower East Side/Chinatown East - Grand & Allan St. (72 Allen St.)

              14. East Village - 1st Ave. btw. St. Mark’s & 9th St. (144 1st Ave.)

              15. United Nations - Corner of 45th St. & 1st Ave.

              16. Waldorf Astoria Hotel - 49th St. btw. Lexington & Park Ave. (110 E. 49th St.)

              17. Rockefeller Center/Radio City - 49th St. btw. 5th & 6th Ave. (30 W. 49th St)

               

               

              UPTOWN TOUR

              18. Hell’s Kitchen 42nd St. & 8th Ave. (263 W. 42nd St.)

              19. Restaurant Row – 46th St. & 8th Ave

              20. Theatre District South 50th St. & 8th Ave. (828 8th Ave.)

              21. Theatre District North - 55th St. & 8th Ave. (936 8th Ave.)

              22. Columbus Circle - 61st St. & Central Park W. (Across from Trump International)

              23. Lincoln Center - 66th St. & Central Park W [Opposite 65 Central Park W]

              24. The Dakota/Strawberry Fields - 72nd St. & Central Park W. (M10 bus)

              25. American Museum of Natural History - 79th St. & Central Park W. (Across from museum)

              26. Quality Inn/ Hotel Newton - Central Park W btw. 92nd & 93rd St.

              27. Upper West Side - 104th St. & Amsterdam – Bloomingdale Playground (M7, M11 bus stops)

              28. Cathedral of St. John the Divine - 112th St. & Amsterdam Ave,

              29. Apollo Theater - 125th St. btw Frederick Douglas & Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd. 

              30. Malcolm Shabazz Harlem Market - 116th St. & Malcolm X Blvd

              31. Museum of the City of New York - 104th St. & 5th Ave. (Across from museum)

              32. Smithsonian Museum of Design/Jewish Museum - 92nd St. & 5th Ave. (Across from museum)

              33. Guggenheim Museum - 89th St. & 5th Ave. (Across from museum)

              34. Metropolitan Museum of Art - 5th Ave. btw. 82nd & 83rd St. (Across from museum)

              35. Frick Collection/Whitney Museum - 72nd St. & 5th Ave (Across from museum)

              36. Central Park Zoo - 66th St. & 5th Ave. (Park entrance)

              37. Central Park - 61st St. & 5th Ave (Opposite 800 Central Park South)

              38. Rockefeller Center/Radio City- 49th St. btw. 5th & 6th Ave. (30 W. 49th St)

               

              Do I need to specify a date of travel? 
              No. When you start your order, you will have to choose the day you believe you are going to use the voucher. However, we do understand that plans change so you have one year from the date of purchase to begin using your pass. After one year, it will expire. 

              How do I get my package?
              Instantly! We will send you an email confirmation with a link to your live QR code ticket – print it out or take a screen shot of the QR code and use your mobile phone as your ticket. 

              How do I use my package at attractions? 
              In order to gain entry to each attraction you must either print the tickets/passes beforehand or have them available to show on your smart device.

              Can I visit the same attraction more than once?
              You may visit each attraction only once. 

              How long do I have to use my Top 6 package?
              From the time your ticket is scanned at the first attraction, you have 30 days to visit other attractions included in the package. 

              How long do I have to use my bus tour ticket? 
              This is a two-day ticket so once your ticket is scanned to board the bus, you will have the remainder of the next two calendar days to enjoy both tours. 

              What does unlimited hop-on, hop-off access mean? Can I get off anywhere? 
              With unlimited hop-on, hop-off access you can hop off the bus at any of the designated tour stops along the route, spend time walking around or exploring attractions, and get back on the bus at the same stop or any of the other designated stops listed on our map. You can do this an unlimited number of times within the hours of the tour. You cannot hop off at locations other than our designated hop-on, hop-off tour stops. 

              Where can I start the bus tour? 
              You can begin the tour at any designated stop along the bus route! The bus driver will simply scan your live ticket and you’ll be on your way.

              Can I use my ticket to board the bus? 
              YES! We have recently upgraded our technology, so you no longer have to redeem a voucher for a bus ticket at a visitor’s center. Your live ticket is delivered to you instantly. Just print or store it on your phone and the bus driver will scan it for immediate boarding. 

              Is the bus tour commentary available in my language? 
              Both the Uptown Tour and the Downtown Tour of Manhattan features a live guide providing commentary in English. Recorded commentary is also available in: English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Hebrew, Portuguese, Mandarin Chinese, Korean and Russian. 

              What time do buses start and stop?
              The Downtown Tour runs from 8:00 am - 6:00 pm, daily. The Uptown Tour runs from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, daily. 

              How long does the bus tour take? 
              The Downtown Tour takes approximately 2.5 hours and the Uptown Tour takes approximately 2 hours, not including optional time spent off the tour bus at hop-off locations.

              How long will I have to wait for the next bus? 
              Our double-decker buses run every 15-30 minutes. Please be advised that times can vary due to New York City traffic, particularly during rush hour.

              Are your vehicles handicapped accessible?
              Yes. We have handicapped accessible vehicles available. We recommend that passengers requiring special assistance inform us at the time of reservation, and no later than 48 hours prior to departure. Please call 1-800-669-0051 for assistance.

              New York Top 6
              Instant Delivery & Mobile Ticketing – Buy it Now, Use it Now! – Simply show the ticket on your mobile phone at the gate for admission (or print if you prefer).

              Save 49% on NYC's Top 6 Attractions! Purchased individually, these attractions cost $217. With the New York Top 6 package, you pay only $119.  

              New York Top 6 Admission Includes

              1. 9/11 Memorial and Museum

              2. Empire State Building

              3. Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island

              4. Uptown/Downtown 2 Day Hop-on, Hop-off Bus Tour

              5. Guggenheim Museum

              6. American Museum of Natural History 

              First time visiting New York City? Where do you even begin?

              Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!

              The New York Top 6 package combines six of New York City’s top attractions -- specially curated and bundled together, to give you the ultimate sightseeing experience with maximum savings! Valid for 30 days from the first day of use, explore one of the greatest cities in the world at your very own pace. With 40% in savings when compared to regular box office prices, you’ll be able to take your Big Apple adventure to the next level!

              9/11 Memorial and Museum

              Discover the invincible spirit of New York City at the 9/11 Memorial Museum. This tour is a must for anyone visiting New York. At the National 9/11 Memorial Museum you can take a self-guided audio tour at the museum dedicated to honoring the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The Museum tells the emotional, moving and educational story of 9/11 through interactive technology, archives, narratives and a collection of artifacts. Hear stories from first responders, see panoramic timelapse footage from Ground Zero and learn about the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks in this 110,000 square foot space.

              Empire State Building

              Located in the heart of midtown Manhattan, the Empire State Building Experience is so much more than just a view. Embark on a journey through one of the most famous landmarks in the world, where you will experience A newly restored Art Deco lobby and murals, the historical Dare to Dream exhibit, and Sustainability Exhibit. Your visit will conclude at the most iconic 360-degree open-air observation deck in all of NYC – The Empire State Building’s 86th Floor Observatory Deck. Feel the heart of NYC!

              Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island

              Take a scenic ferry ride down the Hudson River to visit a landmark that’s known around the world as a beacon of hope: The Statue of Liberty! As the magnificent monument comes into view, imagine what it was like for the millions of immigrants who came to America by boat to see Lady Liberty for the first time. Then you’ll have the chance to walk around the grounds at Liberty Island to see the statue up close. You’ll also visit Ellis Island, also known as the ‘Island of Hope and Tears’, where you’ll learn about the nation’s rich immigrant history at what was once the busiest immigration station in the country.

              Uptown/Downtown 2 Day Bus Tour

              New York City is overflowing with renowned attractions – and Manhattan is the focal point of it all! With this easy and affordable 2-day double decker bus tour pass with unlimited hop-on, hop-off access to Uptown and Downtown Manhattan tour loops, 2 days are all you need to see the top sights. You won’t miss out on anything because the Uptown and Downtown tour loops cover the most famous New York City landmarks as well as the hidden gems!

              Guggenheim Museum

              The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is an internationally renowned art museum and architectural icon. The building itself, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is a significant component of the Guggenheim experience! The museum is the heart of a larger network of international museums. It’s home to famous works of Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary art.

              American Museum of Natural History

              The American Museum of Natural History is a treasure trove of adventures and discoveries for all. Over 140 years old, with a celebrated tradition of scientific research, exhibition, education and outreach, the American Museum of Natural History is one of the most prestigious and beloved Museums which has the largest collection of dinosaur fossils in the world. And there's always something new to see!

              Book the New York Top 6 package to discover New York City’s top attractions, iconic landmarks, unique neighborhoods and hidden gems!

              Gray Line New York
              $89.00$109.00