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Museum at Eldridge Street
Located in the faithfully restored Eldridge Street Synagogue, this museum tells the story of Jewish people who emigrated to America. You'll find a variety of exhibits, tours, and educational programs focusing on the heritage of this historic landmark. An optional guided tour is included with the ticket, which lasts around an hour.
Big Bus Tours: Classic Tour
With the Classic Big Bus Tour, you’ll get to explore all the highlights of Manhattan. Heading downtown, you’ll see famous landmarks like Times Square, the Empire State Building, and the world-famous Brooklyn Bridge. On the Uptown Loop, you’ll see parts of Midtown, including Penn Station and Central Park, before heading north for views of Central Park and Museum Mile.
Big Bus Tours: Premium Ticket
The premium Big Bus Ticket offers access to both the Uptown and Downtown hop-on, hop-off loops for 2 days. You’ll have more time to explore top sights like the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the 9/11 Memorial Museum, and Times Square. This ticket also comes with a choice of the Harlem loop, Brooklyn loop, or the Panoramic Night Tour.
Big Bus Tours: Deluxe Tour
The Deluxe Ticket gives you access to all of the Big Bus hop-on, hop-off loops for 2 days, including the night tour and a 1-hour sightseeing cruise to see the Statue of Liberty. Soak up the famous sights of Manhattan on the Downtown and Uptown loops, or explore the Brooklyn loop to discover the cosmopolitan culture of the city’s most populated borough.
Big Bus Tours: Panoramic Night Tour
Experience "The City that Never Sleeps" from a new perspective on this panoramic night tour. You’ll see the bright lights of Times Square and the Empire State Building all lit up. Then, you’ll cross the Manhattan Bridge for fantastic views of the city skyline, before heading up Avenue of the Americas for views of Macy’s Department Store and Radio City Music Hall.
This cruise takes you past the Statue of Liberty with amazing views of the iconic Manhattan skyline. You’ll depart from the World Financial Center next to Battery Park, then cruise over the Hudson to Jersey City where you'll experience unbeatable views along the way.
Discover the Nightlife NYC
This guided 4-hour tour takes you to at least 4 of the city's most popular nightlife spots. Cover fee is included for all stops, and you'll enjoy live music, a rooftop lounge, trendy clubs, burlesque shows, and more. This ticket includes 2 free drinks and complimentary appetizers.
9/11 Ground Zero Guided Tour
This 90-minute guided tour of Ground Zero is led by New Yorkers who have personal connections to the events of 9/11. You’ll get to see significant sites including St. Paul's Chapel, the Firefighter's 9/11 Memorial Wall and the 9/11 Memorial.
Broadway & Times Square Tour
This walking tour of New York’s famous Theater District is led by a professional guide with years of experience. You’ll hear all about the artists and directors who took the stages, as well as stories about legends, ghosts, and superstitions. There's also time to visit Times Square.
The High Line & Chelsea Tour
Once an industrial route where freight trains accessed the city, the High Line is a scenic oasis suspended high above the street that reveals the fascinating history of New York City. Your expert guide will lead you through the Meatpacking District to the luxury high-rises of Chelsea, sharing plenty of stories along the way.
NFL Experience Times Square
This unique experience puts you right in the heart of the world of NFL with live action interactive games and a state-of-the-art 4D theater. You'll learn about all 32 teams, compare your physical stats against some of the NFL all-time greats, and even suit up in your own virtual football uniform.
9/11 Museum Workshop
This museum exhibits 100 dramatic images and objects from the recovery operations at Ground Zero. Featuring crystal-clear Bose® audio, you'll hear a number of stories from the first responders to the attack. Artifacts include glass from a World Trade Center window and a recovered clock which is still intact and frozen at "10:02 am."
New York Botanical Garden: All-Garden Pass
Featuring 50 gardens and collections, several major exhibits, and a variety of educational program, New York Botanical Garden (NYBG) is the city's greatest living museum. This All-Garden Pass gives you access to all the current exhibits, as well as favorite features like the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, the Rock Garden, and Native Plant Garden.
Ripley's Believe it or Not! Times Square
Home to rare, mysterious objects and exciting interactive exhibits, Ripley's Believe it or Not! lets you immerse yourself in the unusual, the unexpected, and the unbelievable. Check out Ripley's Relic, an interactive escape room-style adventure where you solve puzzles to unlock a secret.
3.3 miles from downtown
Lower Manhattan, also known as Downtown, has a complex fabric of energetic neighborhoods. At Ground Zero you'll find the National September 11 Memorial Plaza & Museum. Head further south and you’ll come across the legendary New York Stock Exchange on Wall Street. SoHo, Tribeca and the Lower East Side are also nearby.
Places to stay from $36 a night
3.7 miles from downtown
From farming community to gritty artist enclave in the 1960’s, today’s Tribeca is one of the city’s most exclusive neighborhoods – home to many celebrities. Hudson River Park and Washington Market Park are Tribeca’s lungs, and the area's culinary delights act as the heart. Tribeca hosts the annual Tribeca Film Festival every Spring.
Places to stay from $92 a night
3.2 miles from downtown
The bohemian origins of this neighborhood "South of Houston Street" paved the way for gentrification – the charming cobblestone streets are now lined with boutiques, trendy cafes, restaurants and a range of eclectic art galleries. Celebrity and supermodel sightings can’t be avoided, so it’s a great place to mingle with the rich and famous.
Places to stay from $55 a night
1.9 miles from downtown
Chelsea retains many of its 19th-century landmarks. You’ll find eclectic art galleries hidden between the rows of townhouses. The High Line Park, which runs along a defunct, elevated train line, is popular with the locals. Chelsea Piers is a massive sport and entertainment complex, and Chelsea Market is loaded with gourmet food shops.
Places to stay from $52 a night
1 miles from downtown
A midtown hotel is the perfect launch pad to New York City’s must-sees: the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, Times Square, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and the New York Public Library. Cultural connoisseurs should head to the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), take in a show at Carnegie Hall, or get some inspiration at the American Folk Art Museum.
Places to stay from $29 a night
Upper West Side
1.3 miles from downtown
This is the city’s epicenter of arts, culture and academia. Here you’ll find the impressive Cathedral Church of Saint John in Morningside Heights and the American Museum of Natural History, plus 60 blocks of theaters and restaurants. On weekends, walk the 4-mile strip of Riverside Park, or dine at one of the trendy cafés with outdoor seating.
Places to stay from $28 a night
Visiting New York City is sort of like déjà vu – countless films and shows are filmed here, so all the yellow taxis, hot dog vendors, and crazy Manhattan lights always feel strangely familiar. It's also home to the world's most famous skyline, dominated by the Empire State Building, an Art Deco masterpiece. Constantly reinventing and setting new trends in fashion, food, and art, the city is also a major hub for finance and trade with the famous Wall Street at its core.
The city is split into the boroughs of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx, and Staten Island, and each has its own unique feel. Manhattan is home to hip neighborhoods like the Greenwich Village and SoHo, while Brooklyn has its Botanic Garden, the New York Aquarium, and the famous Coney Island boardwalk. A ferry from Battery Park to Ellis Island offers incredible views of the city before reaching the fascinating Immigration Museum. You'll also sail past the iconic Statue of Liberty with plenty of time to take photos from all angles.
Broadway shows are second to none, featuring a variety of major musicals and plays. The enormous Central Park offers an oasis in the middle of all the busle, perfect for a peaceful stroll past its lakes, outdoor theaters, and ice-skating rink.
New York is served by three major airports: JFK, Newark Liberty International, and LaGuardia, with public transportation options available at each one.
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|Most popular time to visit||October-December|
|Cheapest time to visit||January-March|
|Average weekend price||$292 per night|
|Average weekday price||$308 per night|
|Average stay||3 nights|
“Enjoy the sights of “people watching”. The best place to do this is on the red bleachers in the center of Times Square”
“Disappointed there was an event there so we were unable to go out to watch skater”
“Beautiful Christmas tree....! Forget getting to the tree lighting with the music. Bumper to bumper people - saw nothing! Go the next day - we did! SCHWARZ stuffed animal store just opened 2 weeks ago - wonderful store for children and adults!!”
“Amazing window displays at Christmas oh and the Christmas lights are magica”
“Just beautiful! Appalled as to how patrons treated this landmark... as if it was a sporting event... leaving food and containers all over the floor as they left. So sad!! ”
“Leave EARLY for the more popular games lines going into the stadium are crazy.”
“This spectacular landmark is also a walking bridge so put in your walking shoes and enjoy the experience”
“My favorite in NYC take the time to walk the streets and browse through the little quaint shops-definitely grab a bite to eat at any little eatery especially at the Little Owl.”
“Musical performances are wonderful: opera, ballet and symphony are the best”
“Always a must!!!! Amazing views... sunset was beautiful... then there were all the lights!!!”
We planned each day out ahead of time. Different sections of the city each day. Take your patience and your assertiveness w you... going to need both!!! Sooo many people all in a hurry! I actually took a nap while on a hop on hop off tour! Expensive food and drink... just like Vegas! Made a rule that we couldn’t eat at an establishment we had at home!
One of my favourite cities to walk around - always buzzing and always something to do - wander away from the traditional tourist locations and you’ll find discover some great places - bars, restaurants, boutique shops, quirky characters etc
There is no place like New York, especially at Christmas. A must see. We really enjoyed the lights at night and felt safe on the streets. Rockefeller Center is amazing as well as the store decorations on 5th Avenue. Plenty of wonderful restaurants to suit every taste. Highly recommend visiting New York City.
New York is like no other place. It is captivating. There is so much to do and see that unless you have an unlimited stay be prepared to visit again. It is a walking city so have comfortable shoes and be prepared to walk. It allows you to truly see all the neighborhoods have to offer. Enjoy!
I loved everything about it. The subways make it extremely easy to get around. I’m glad I was somewhat in shape because there is LOTS of walking involved. There’s so much to see and experience. I’ll have to make several more visits to see and experience all this city has to offer. I will add that I’m not impressed with the taxis. It was impossible to get a taxi after my friend and I needed one after a long day of tours. We had to walk from 51st St all the way to 75th. This was our first night before we figured out the subway system. Once we got the subway down we had a great time. The Fairway Market is exceptional!! So many fresh ingredients like produce, cheese, fish, meat and olives. It makes grocery shopping something to look forward to.
The lights, the excitement in the air, the always festive and lively people. We had a delicious dinner at Il Punto, we always skate - this year in Central Park. The kids did t want to wait in line to go to the FAO Schwartz store. The light show at Saks 5th ave is always a treat.
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