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Le New York Pass® : plus de 100 attractions dont l'Empire State Building

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Votre aventure à New York est devenue plus facile et moins chère avec ce pass tout compris qui vous donne accès à plus de 100 choses à faire. Des attractions les plus emblématiques de la Big Apple, notamment l'Empire State Building, le ferry de la Statue de la Liberté et le mémorial du 11 septembre, aux trésors cachés et aux visites avec les habitants. Votre New York Pass comprend quelques avantages supplémentaires dans de nombreux endroits, y compris des réductions dans les magasins de cadeaux, ainsi qu'un guide numérique pour vous aider à planifier votre itinéraire.

• Choisissez entre 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 , 6 ou 10 jours New York Pass®
• Économisez de l'argent par rapport à l'achat de billets individuels à la porte
• Voyez et faites autant que vous le souhaitez chaque jour
• Parcourez le guide numérique pour obtenir des conseils d'initiés comme ainsi que les conditions d'entrée pour chaque attraction avant de partir
• Présentez votre pass sur votre appareil mobile pour qu'il soit scanné à chaque attraction ou visite

Votre pass est valable 2 ans à compter de la date d'achat jusqu'à la première activation. Après votre première visite, le pass est valable pour le nombre de jours consécutifs achetés.
Ville: La ville de New York
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Ce qui est inclu
Digital guide including attraction information and instructions
1-day Big Bus Hop-on Hop-off tour included
Digital pass valid for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 10-days
Visit as many attractions as you like for the duration selected
Digital guide including attraction information and instructions
1-day Big Bus Hop-on Hop-off tour included
Digital pass valid for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 10-days
Itinéraire et carte
Point de rencontre
Ouvrir dans Google Maps
New York
20 West 34th Street
TÉLÉCHARGEZ VOTRE GUIDE NUMÉRIQUE ICI : https://newyorkpass.com/en-us/guidebook/great-pass

Remarque : en raison du Covid-19, certaines attractions ou visites peuvent ne pas être disponibles ou nécessiter des réservations à l'avance au moment de votre visite. Veuillez consulter le guide inclus pour obtenir des instructions spéciales sur la façon de pré-réserver des attractions ou des visites, ainsi que le site Web de chaque attraction pour connaître les horaires d'ouverture et les informations de fermeture à jour.

Termes et conditions

Vous avez deux ans à compter de la date d'achat pour activer votre pass ou il expirera. Votre pass est activé lorsque vous visitez votre première attraction. Une fois qu'un pass est activé, il est non remboursable. Valable à partir de la première utilisation, pour les jours calendaires consécutifs (pas de périodes de 24h) sélectionnés.

Lien de téléchargement du guide : https://newyorkpass.com/en-us/guidebook/great-pass
Instructions de réservation : https://newyorkpass.com/en-us/reservations
Point final
Cette activité se termine au point de rendez-vous.
Information additionnelle
  • Accessible aux fauteuils roulants
  • Les bébés et les jeunes enfants peuvent monter dans un landau ou une poussette
  • Animaux d'assistance autorisés
  • Des options de transport en commun sont disponibles à proximité
  • Convient à tous les niveaux de forme physique
  • Pour la liste des attractions la plus récente, reportez-vous à votre bon client après l'achat qui contient votre lien de guide numérique. Vous pouvez également consulter le site Web du New York Pass® pour obtenir les dernières informations.
  • Le New York Pass® sera immédiatement disponible en tant que « billet » après l'achat. Enregistrez-le sur votre appareil mobile pour une utilisation facile ou imprimez votre pass si vous préférez une copie papier.
  • Le New York Pass® est activé lors de la première utilisation et est actif pendant le nombre de jours consécutifs sélectionnés.
  • Vous ne pouvez visiter chaque attraction qu'une seule fois par durée de vie du laissez-passer. Il n'y a cependant aucune limite au nombre d'attractions que vous pouvez visiter pendant la durée de votre pass.
  • Les pass pour enfants ne sont disponibles que pour les enfants de 3 à 12 ans. Pour tous les enfants de moins de 3 ans qui vous accompagnent, veuillez vérifier auprès de chaque attraction ou visite si les bébés sont acceptés et/ou doivent payer un droit d'entrée.
  • Le ferry pour la Statue de la Liberté et Ellis Island n'inclut pas l'entrée à la Statue of Liberty piédestal ou niveaux de couronne à l'intérieur - doivent être achetés séparément.
  • VEUILLEZ NOTER : Certaines attractions accueillent les visiteurs le jour même et certaines doivent être réservées à l'avance, alors assurez-vous de consulter le guide numérique pour obtenir des instructions et réservez bien à l'avance (si nécessaire) pour éviter toute déception.
  • New York possède également quelques attractions extrêmement populaires qui n'ont pas d'exigences de réservation, mais qui impliquent des temps d'attente pendant les périodes de pointe. Il s'agit notamment de la plate-forme d'observation Top of the Rock, du mémorial et du musée du 11 septembre, de l'observatoire One World, de la croisière Best of NYC par Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises et de la croisière Liberty Super Express. Pour ces attractions en particulier, consultez tous les conseils inclus dans le guide numérique et l'application, pour vous assurer de vivre la meilleure expérience touristique.
  • Veuillez noter que les visites de l'Empire State Building pendant les plages horaires du coucher du soleil nécessitent des frais supplémentaires de 10 dollars payables directement à l'Empire State Building lors de la réservation de votre visite en ligne ou via le kiosque sur place.
  • Tous les sites ont mis en place des mesures différentes selon les directives des autorités locales. Veuillez visiter les sites Web des sites pour plus de détails. Pour plus de flexibilité, votre pass est valable 2 ans à compter de la date d'achat et n'est activé que lorsque vous visitez votre première attraction.
À quoi s'attendre
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Empire State Building
Synonymous with New York City, the Empire State Building is an American icon and one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World. Head to the top and enjoy views of up to 80 miles on a clear day, taking in Central Park, Manhattan, New Jersey, Connecticut and even out to Pennsylvania and Massachusetts. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires advanced reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions. Please note that visits to the Empire State Building during sunset time slots require an additional $10 fee payable directly to the Empire State Building when reserving your visit online or via the onsite kiosk. We recommend visiting after sunset to save the fee and enjoy views of the city at night!
2
One World Observatory
Situated in Lower Manhattan, One World Observatory offers a state-of-the-art viewing platform 102 stories above ground. Travel straight to the top in 47 seconds in the SkyPod Elevator and delve into the cities cultural and financial history with interactive displays, and interesting talks led by the Tour Ambassadors. PLEASE NOTE: you will need to wait in line to receive a time slot. We recommend visiting mid-morning or in the evening for the shortest wait times.
3
Statue of Liberty
Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Ferry - *Does not include entry to pedestal or crown levels inside Statue of Liberty - must be purchased separately.* No New York visit is complete without an official welcome from Lady Liberty. Visit the Statue of Liberty and explore Ellis Island, where more than 12 million immigrants were processed upon their arrived in the United States. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires advanced reservations. This attraction is extremely popular and gets booked up fast. If this is one of your 'must-sees', please reserve your spot as soon as possible!
4
Top of the Rock
Breathtaking panoramas stretching miles in all directions, Top of the Rock has the best view in NYC with its perfect view of the Empire State Building. Day and night, gaze across the city's great landmarks and skyscrapers. PLEASE NOTE: you will need to wait in line to receive a time slot. We recommend arriving between 9AM and 3PM for the shortest wait times.
5
The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum
The 9/11 museum takes an in-depth look at the story through artifacts, testimonies and first-hand accounts. Gaze into the reflecting pools of the memorial and take in the tranquil pavilion of the 9/11 memorial before learning more about the Twin Towers tragedies through respectful interactive exhibits. PLEASE NOTE: you will need to wait in line to receive a time slot. We recommend visiting in the afternoon for the shortest wait times.
6
Edge NYC
Take to the open air on a glass platform 100 stories in the sky and be wowed by the state-of-the-art architecture. Edge is New York City’s most exciting new attraction, set high above the fabulous, glimmering, brand new Hudson Yards!
7
The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Opened in 1929, MoMA's collection of contemporary art has grown to be one of the best and largest in the world. Rotating permanent exhibitions, visiting collections and iconic masterpieces - the Museum of Modern Art is a New York icon. Architecture, design, drawings, paintings, sculptures, photography, prints, illustrated books, film and mixed media - the Museum of Modern Art's collection welcomes 2.8 million visitors a year. PLEASE NOTE: Head to the MoMA ticket desk and present your pass to be issued a ticket for the next available time slot.
8
American Museum of Natural History
Ignite your curiosity about the universe at the beloved 148-year old American Natural History Museum. From show-stopping displays such as the 94-foot blue whale and Tyrannosaurus Rex, to taxidermy specimens, fossils and anthropological artifacts, the Natural History Museum can't be missed. PLEASE NOTE: This activity required advanced reservation. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
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Circle Line Cruises
See New York's iconic skyline from the water with your choice of boat tour, from the best of NYC to a sunset cruise of the harbor lights and more. Marvel at the beauty of New York's waterfront and spot the city's landmarks aboard Circle Line Sightseeing cruises. Award-winning guides, famous routes, state-of-the-art boats and magnificent views of the NYC skyline, complete your New York adventure with Circle Line cruises (choice of five NYC cruises). PLEASE NOTE: you will have to wait in line to secure a boarding pass for one of the day's cruises. We recommend visiting early in the morning to secure a boarding pass by showing your pass.
10
Madame Tussauds New York
Get your selfie sticks ready. Madame Tussauds New York in the heart of Times Square is the only place with no ropes or barriers holding you back from your favorite stars. Voted as one of New York’s most unique attractions, Madame Tussauds invites you to pose “in a moment in time” with the world’s most iconic musicians, A-list stars, sports legends, world leaders and more. With over 85,000 square feet of interactive entertainment, including Mission: Undead experience and Marvel Super Hero 4D Experience, the world-famous wax attraction is bigger and better than ever.
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Big Bus New York
A scenic and stress-free way to explore the city - relax as Big Bus tours take you across Manhattan, discovering all the sights and landmarks including Empire State Building, Times Square, Central Park and the Statue of Liberty. TripAdvisor's top-rated NYC bus tour, Big Bus New York is the only sightseeing bus with live commentary and hop-on-hop-off access at 25+ bus stops located across the city. PLEASE NOTE: Pass is only valid for the Uptown and Downtown loops.
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Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
A NYC architectural masterpiece, the Guggenheim museum is home to one of the finest modern art collections in the world. Ascend the landmark's grand spiral and experience its special exhibitions and permanent collections. Designed by visionary architect Frank Lloyd Wright and completed in 1959, the Guggenheim Museum is one of the most recognized museums in NYC, curating one of the most incredible collections of Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, early Modern and contemporary art in the world.
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Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
A floating museum - get up close to the aircraft carrier USS Intrepid, the space shuttle Enterprise, a British Airways Concorde and submarine Growler, wander through interactive exhibitions, explore historic artifacts and discover the history of American innovation and bravery. An American military and maritime history museum, the collection of museum ships and aircraft at Intrepid Sea Air & Space Museum is one of America's leading historic, cultural and educational institutions. PLEASE NOTE: Head to the admissions counter and present your pass to be issued a ticket for the next available time slot.
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Museum of Sex
Jump into the most raunchy museum that New York City has to offer! For over fifteen years, the Museum of Sex has sustained its mission to preserve and present the history, evolution and cultural significance of human sexuality. The Museum produces exhibitions, experiences, and programs that bring the best of current art science and the study of sexuality to the widest possible audiences. Explore the vast collection of unique artifacts covering over 22,000 square feet of galleries and exhibitions. Experience more by visiting the acclaimed retail store or having a drink in the captivating Night Fever Bar. Please note: No patrons under the age of 18 are allowed in the museum. This is an adults-only attraction.
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Ground Zero Museum Workshop
The award-winning 9/11 Ground Zero Museum Workshop is the first-stop for tourists before visiting the World Trade Center site. Known as the “Kid-Friendly 9/11 Museum” for it’s non-graphic and interactive ability to teach kids about this tough subject in a gentle way, the Workshop allows guests to pick up WTC artifacts and won Trip Advisor’s “Top 25 Museums in the USA” Award. PLEASE NOTE: This activity requires advanced reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
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Whitney Museum of American Art
Explore one of New York City's most prominent art museums, the Whitney Museum of American Art specializing in art from the 20th and 21st centuries. The Whitney is among the top tier of art museums in New York City and has built up a world renowned collection of American art. Upon your visit to the museum, you'll find pieces from some of the legends like Georgia O'Keeffe, Edward Hopper, Jasper Johns and Jackson Pollock. You'll also find art from newer artists as the Whitney has made a reputation for purchasing art from the creators within the same year that it is made.
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Rockefeller Center Tour
One of the greatest buildings from the Great Depression Era, discover the history and treasures within the Art-Deco-style Rockefeller Center. Famous for its annual Christmas tree and ice-skating, the building is also home to an incredible collection of art and sculptures. PLEASE NOTE: Capacity is limited to 10 guests per tour and tours are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
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Yankee Stadium
Yankee Stadium (Classic Tour) - Take a tour of Yankee Stadium and learn the history about the 27-time World Series Champion New York Yankees! Get up close to historic baseball artifacts, visit exclusive locations and learn about the various events that have taken place at the Stadium throughout history. Each tour is led by one of our knowledgeable and experienced tour guides to make sure everyone's trip to Yankee Stadium is complete. PLEASE NOTE: Yankee Stadium Tours are popular, we suggest arriving 15 minutes prior to your redeemed Classic Tour start time at the box office and please allow time for security.
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Museum of the City of New York
Located at the top of Museum Mile on Fifth Avenue, the Museum of the City of New York is the place to explore the city's past, celebrate its present, and imagine its future. The engaging exhibitions educate New Yorkers and visitors from around the world about the city's distinctive character, especially its heritage of diversity, opportunity, and perpetual transformation.
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New-York Historical Society Museum & Library
Explore four centuries of New York City history when you visit the New York Historical Society Museum. Right across the street from Central Park, learn more about the city of New York and all of the Americans who have created bits of history within this country. When you visit the museum, you'll be served the culture of NYC on a silver platter. With the use of photographs, paintings and literature, the New York Historical Society puts together amazing exhibits and installations that are a testament to the rich history of the United States.
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Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine
Explore one of the nation's premiere religious centers, the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, and learn the rich history that this landmark has built in New York City. Take a tour of the world’s largest cathedral and see the beautiful Romanesque and Gothic architecture that was designed in 1888. The Cathedral of St. John the Divine also features stunning gardens in which you can spot peacocks wandering.
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Museum of Arts and Design
Located in the heart of Columbus Circle, the Museum of Arts and Design gives you a chance to stop and take in a great piece of culture added to the fast pace of New York City.
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Museum of Chinese in America
The Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA) was founded in 1980. It was established to protect and showcase the 160 years of journeys, memories, and contributions of people of Chinese descent in the USA. Established by the historian John Kuo Wei Tchen and community resident and activist Charles Lai, the museum is abundant in innovative exhibits and educational and cultural programs.
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Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Visit the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum and explore the country's one and only museum dedicated to historic, contemporary design. The unique Cooper Hewitt museum features over 210,000 objects in their massive collection that has been built since the museum's founding in 1897. The objects displayed inside span back as far as 30 centuries but also feature cutting edge technology from years in the future.
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Brooklyn Museum
Measuring around 560,000 square feet, the Brooklyn Museum is the second largest art museum in the United States. That means you'll have plenty of space to explore during your visit. The museum features a massive collection of over 1.5 million objects displayed throughout the five floors. The pieces featured in the Brooklyn Museum range from Ancient Egyptian masterpieces to contemporary paintings and sculptures that are influenced by many cultures around the world. You'll also have the opportunity to view works by some of the world's most celebrated artists such as Norman Rockwell, Mark Rothko, Georgia O'Keeffe and many more.
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Brooklyn Botanic Garden
The Brooklyn Botanic Garden is truly a sight to behold. The garden displays horticultural activity like you've never seen before. No matter the season, something is always in bloom at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Take a leisurely stroll through the many gardens and be introduced to new species of plants from around the world.
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South Street Seaport Museum
Dive into New York City's rich maritime history by paying a visit to the South Street Seaport Museum! View the cabins and decks of six historic ships dating back to the 19th Century in New York. Inside you will get to see many interesting artifacts and exhibitions that beautifully depict the origins of the city and early discoveries that were made at sea.
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International Center of Photography Museum
Take a trip to the world's leading photography and visual culture institution, the International Center of Photography Museum. Hosting up to six exhibitions each year, the ICP showcases cutting edge photo technology and skills. You'll find presentations that focus on the history of image making as well as lectures and programs within the museum.
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MoMA PS1
Visit one of the oldest and largest nonprofit art institutions in the United States and view the marvelous exhibition space at MoMA PS1. Discover some of the experimental art pieces displayed at the MoMA PS1 and experience the many performances that take place inside of the museum. Located in Long Island City, the museum is a great excuse to organize a trip to the borough of Queens. The MoMA PS1 attracts around 200,000 visitors each year that come to view their unique and historical displays.
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Little Italy
The Official Little Italy Walking Tour - Walk the ‘mean streets’ that inspired the young Martin Scorsese to become a filmmaker and discover the often troubled history of this cosmopolitan neighborhood. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires advanced reservations. Check the included guide for instructions.
31
New York Botanical Garden
Explore the multitude of gardens and plant life waiting for you at the beautiful New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx. Become enthralled in the massive plant collection at the New York Botanical Garden. You can roam the 250 acres and see the 50 plus gardens that are on display. There's something at the garden for everyone, no matter their age. They even feature a children's garden with 40 interactive games and activities to entertain children while they learn about plant life.
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Museum of Jewish Heritage
A Living Memorial to the Holocaust this museum is New York’s contribution to the global responsibility to never forget. The Museum is committed to the crucial mission of educating diverse visitors about Jewish life before, during, and after the Holocaust. The third largest Holocaust museum in the world, the Museum anchors the southernmost tip of Manhattan, completing the cultural and educational landscape it shares with the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island.
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New York Hall of Science
Have a blast while learning at the exciting and educational New York Hall of Science! This hands-on technology center features over 450 interactive exhibits that teach you about science with fun and engaging activities. The NYSCI has served over a half million students with their educational programs and high-tech facility. Children of all ages are welcome to explore the 30,000 square feet occupied by the Science Playground from March through December.
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El Museo del Barrio
The museum features a wide range of notable exhibitions that combine the elements of film, performance art, visual art and even educational programs. Over 6,500 pieces exist in the museum's collection that has been growing since its establishment in 1969. When you visit El Museo del Barrio, you'll be introduced to the many artistic landscapes relating to the Latino culture and you will also understand the significance of the museum with its place along Museum Mile. El Museo del Barrio has put together an amazing collection of art that highlights Puerto Rican artists from the founding community. Over the years, the collection has grown to also include works by Caribbean and Latin-American artists.
35
Skyscraper Museum
View New York City's great skyscrapers and architecture from Battery Park when you visit the Skyscraper Museum. The Skyscraper Museum is a gem for architectural design within the city of New York. You can explore some of the city's greatest landmarks and skyscrapers while learning about their history and technology. Inside of the museum, you will also get to learn about the designers and architects that crafted the illustrious New York City skyline.
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Harlem
Guided Harlem Highlights Bike Tour by Unlimited Biking - Explore the northern section of Manhattan on a fully-guided 2-hour Harlem Bike Tour and get to know this historic, yet the up-and-coming area of New York City. With your enthusiastic and knowledgeable tour guide, you'll learn all about Harlem's history, culture, and population and how various economic booms and busts have shaped, and continue to shape the neighborhood. your guide will even give you a glimpse into what's to come for the borough as it continues to develop in proximity to downtown Manhattan. PLEASE NOTE: Please come in on the day to check-in for the next available tour, at least one hour in advance.
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Staten Island Museum at Snug Harbor
Visit one of Staten Island's cultural gems and find exciting exhibits displaying the arts and science at the Staten Island Museum. Also known as the Staten Island Institute of Arts & Sciences, the Staten Island Museum holds an impressive collection of historic artifacts, fine art works and elements of natural sciences. Many artifacts held inside of the museum can be dated back to contemporary and ancient time periods. In addition to the museum's permanent collection, they also showcase artifacts that teach about the many species of the world and the history of Staten Island.
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Staten Island Children's Museum
Stop by the Staten Island Children's Museum and experience New York's one and only indoor-outdoor interactive museum for children. Kids will have a blast at the museum as they learn and play with several hands-on exhibitions that will teach them about bugs, water and world exploration. You will also find children's workshops and special performances are the norm at the Staten Island Children's Museum. This is a great environment for kids to learn more about the world around them as well as make friends with other children.
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Staten Island Zoo
Explore the wide spectrum of wildlife inhabiting the Staten Island Zoo and learn about your favorite species. Take a stroll around Staten Island's famous Zoo and enjoy the energetic and charismatic animals living within the 8 acres of land that the zoo occupies. Not only will you be able to visit a few of your favorite animals, you will also have the opportunity to learn about new species that you may have never seen before.
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LEGOLAND Discovery Center Westchester
Step into an Entirely LEGO®-themed world and experience 12 totally LEGO®, totally entertaining attractions at LEGOLAND® Discovery Center in Westchester, New York. PLEASE NOTE: Please Note: Adults must be accompanied by a child to enter LEGOLAND® Discovery Center at all times. "Adults-only nights" are not included with your pass.
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Escape Virtuality
Escape Virtuality is a cutting-edge VR and AR experience that allows you to go beyond the headsets into a virtual world. Escape rooms are private and require a minimum of four players. Smaller parties or those without a reservation may be offered a choice of virtual reality experiences. Weekdays have the best availability. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires advanced reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
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Paley Center for Media
Discover some of the most popular and cutting-edge forms of media dating back to the 1920's when you visit the Paley Center for Media. Over 100,000 radio and television programs are on display at the Paley Center for Media which you can watch or listen to for up to 2 hours at a time. You'll also be able to see classic moments in television like the first moon walk or the first appearance on American television by the Beatles. The Paley Center also offers an in-depth look to the world of media with discussions featuring media and technology professionals.
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Museum at Eldridge Street
Discover the synagogue that holds such deep significance in the Jewish History of the Lower East Side and the many artifacts that the Museum at Eldridge St. has to show. Inside of the historic synagogue is the museum in which you can find a massive collection of written letters and artifacts from the congregation of Eldridge St. The New York Times has described the museum as "gasp-inducing". You'll certainly enjoy the museum's nostalgic feel and interactive digital displays.
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Grand Central Terminal
Marvel & DC Superheroes Tour - Visit famous NYC landmarks that are linked to iconic comic book moments, such as the Grand Central Terminal and the United Nations building in this fun and engaging tour. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires advanced reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
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St. Patrick's Old Cathedral
The Catacombs by Candlelight Tour - Delve beneath St. Patrick’s Basilica into New York's underground passages and explore the historic Catacombs lead by atmospheric candlelight. This 1.5-hour guided tour will take you into the nave of the Basillica of St. Patrick's Old Cathedral where you will explore the faithfully departed's final resting place in the historic crypts. PLEASE NOTE: This activity requires advanced reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
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Fraunces Tavern Museum
Explore the 5 buildings that make up Fraunces Tavern® Museum and discover their historic collection of pieces. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires advanced reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
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Fotografiska New York
Anything but an ordinary museum, Fotografiska New York uses the power of photography to inspire a more conscious world with powerful, unparalleled exhibitions showcasing some of the world’s best photographers, housed in a historic landmark building located in the Flatiron District.
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Wall Street
How Money Was Made: Wall Street Walking Tour - In this 2.5 informative tour your guide will take you through a history of Wall Street and introduce you to the pioneers and visionaries who made it the global financial institution it is today. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires advanced reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
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Williamsburg
NYC Bus Tour of Bronx, Brooklyn, and Queens - From the birthplace of hip-hop to the home of the much-loved Mets and plenty of cultural hotspots in between, on this tour, you'll get to grips with the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Harlem, and more. PLEASE NOTE: This activity requires reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions. Tour is in English only.
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Broadway
Broadway & Times Square Walking Tour - Looking for things to see in New York? Walk in the footsteps of the stars and lift the curtain on two of New York City's glittering districts – Broadway and Times Square. PLEASE NOTE: This activity requires reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
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Dumbo
Brooklyn Bridge and DUMBO Walking Tour - There's no better way to experience Brooklyn Bridge than taking a stroll across the architectural icon. It's one of the most photographed landmarks in NYC, and you'll get to see it from all angles on this walking tour. PLEASE NOTE: This activity requires reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions
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Chinatown
The Official Chinatown Walking Tour - Experience the sights, sounds and smells of Manhattan’s vibrant Chinatown with a guided walk through its narrow streets. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires reservations. Check the digital guide for instructions
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Chelsea
High Line – Chelsea – Meatpacking District Neighborhood Walking Tour - Explore the famous elevated railway-turned-park high above the streets and get a totally unique perspective on New York City’s Chelsea and Meatpacking Districts. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
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Empire State Building
Synonymous with New York City, the Empire State Building is an American icon and one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World. Head to the top and enjoy views of up to 80 miles on a clear day, taking in Central Park, Manhattan, New Jersey, Connecticut and even out to Pennsylvania and Massachusetts. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires advanced reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions. Please note that visits to the Empire State Building during sunset time slots require an additional $10 fee payable directly to the Empire State Building when reserving your visit online or via the onsite kiosk. We recommend visiting after sunset to save the fee and enjoy views of the city at night!
55
One World Observatory
Situated in Lower Manhattan, One World Observatory offers a state-of-the-art viewing platform 102 stories above ground. Travel straight to the top in 47 seconds in the SkyPod Elevator and delve into the cities cultural and financial history with interactive displays, and interesting talks led by the Tour Ambassadors. PLEASE NOTE: you will need to wait in line to receive a time slot. We recommend visiting mid-morning or in the evening for the shortest wait times.
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Statue of Liberty
Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Ferry - *Does not include entry to pedestal or crown levels inside Statue of Liberty - must be purchased separately.* No New York visit is complete without an official welcome from Lady Liberty. Visit the Statue of Liberty and explore Ellis Island, where more than 12 million immigrants were processed upon their arrived in the United States. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires advanced reservations. This attraction is extremely popular and gets booked up fast. If this is one of your 'must-sees', please reserve your spot as soon as possible!
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Top of the Rock
Breathtaking panoramas stretching miles in all directions, Top of the Rock has the best view in NYC with its perfect view of the Empire State Building. Day and night, gaze across the city's great landmarks and skyscrapers. PLEASE NOTE: you will need to wait in line to receive a time slot. We recommend arriving between 9AM and 3PM for the shortest wait times.
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The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum
The 9/11 museum takes an in-depth look at the story through artifacts, testimonies and first-hand accounts. Gaze into the reflecting pools of the memorial and take in the tranquil pavilion of the 9/11 memorial before learning more about the Twin Towers tragedies through respectful interactive exhibits. PLEASE NOTE: you will need to wait in line to receive a time slot. We recommend visiting in the afternoon for the shortest wait times.
59
Edge NYC
Take to the open air on a glass platform 100 stories in the sky and be wowed by the state-of-the-art architecture. Edge is New York City’s most exciting new attraction, set high above the fabulous, glimmering, brand new Hudson Yards!
60
The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Opened in 1929, MoMA's collection of contemporary art has grown to be one of the best and largest in the world. Rotating permanent exhibitions, visiting collections and iconic masterpieces - the Museum of Modern Art is a New York icon. Architecture, design, drawings, paintings, sculptures, photography, prints, illustrated books, film and mixed media - the Museum of Modern Art's collection welcomes 2.8 million visitors a year. PLEASE NOTE: Head to the MoMA ticket desk and present your pass to be issued a ticket for the next available time slot.
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American Museum of Natural History
Ignite your curiosity about the universe at the beloved 148-year old American Natural History Museum. From show-stopping displays such as the 94-foot blue whale and Tyrannosaurus Rex, to taxidermy specimens, fossils and anthropological artifacts, the Natural History Museum can't be missed. PLEASE NOTE: This activity required advanced reservation. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
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Circle Line Cruises
See New York's iconic skyline from the water with your choice of boat tour, from the best of NYC to a sunset cruise of the harbor lights and more. Marvel at the beauty of New York's waterfront and spot the city's landmarks aboard Circle Line Sightseeing cruises. Award-winning guides, famous routes, state-of-the-art boats and magnificent views of the NYC skyline, complete your New York adventure with Circle Line cruises (choice of five NYC cruises). PLEASE NOTE: you will have to wait in line to secure a boarding pass for one of the day's cruises. We recommend visiting early in the morning to secure a boarding pass by showing your pass.
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Madame Tussauds New York
Get your selfie sticks ready. Madame Tussauds New York in the heart of Times Square is the only place with no ropes or barriers holding you back from your favorite stars. Voted as one of New York’s most unique attractions, Madame Tussauds invites you to pose “in a moment in time” with the world’s most iconic musicians, A-list stars, sports legends, world leaders and more. With over 85,000 square feet of interactive entertainment, including Mission: Undead experience and Marvel Super Hero 4D Experience, the world-famous wax attraction is bigger and better than ever.
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Big Bus New York
A scenic and stress-free way to explore the city - relax as Big Bus tours take you across Manhattan, discovering all the sights and landmarks including Empire State Building, Times Square, Central Park and the Statue of Liberty. TripAdvisor's top-rated NYC bus tour, Big Bus New York is the only sightseeing bus with live commentary and hop-on-hop-off access at 25+ bus stops located across the city. PLEASE NOTE: Pass is only valid for the Uptown and Downtown loops.
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Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
A NYC architectural masterpiece, the Guggenheim museum is home to one of the finest modern art collections in the world. Ascend the landmark's grand spiral and experience its special exhibitions and permanent collections. Designed by visionary architect Frank Lloyd Wright and completed in 1959, the Guggenheim Museum is one of the most recognized museums in NYC, curating one of the most incredible collections of Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, early Modern and contemporary art in the world.
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Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
A floating museum - get up close to the aircraft carrier USS Intrepid, the space shuttle Enterprise, a British Airways Concorde and submarine Growler, wander through interactive exhibitions, explore historic artifacts and discover the history of American innovation and bravery. An American military and maritime history museum, the collection of museum ships and aircraft at Intrepid Sea Air & Space Museum is one of America's leading historic, cultural and educational institutions. PLEASE NOTE: Head to the admissions counter and present your pass to be issued a ticket for the next available time slot.
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Museum of Sex
Jump into the most raunchy museum that New York City has to offer! For over fifteen years, the Museum of Sex has sustained its mission to preserve and present the history, evolution and cultural significance of human sexuality. The Museum produces exhibitions, experiences, and programs that bring the best of current art science and the study of sexuality to the widest possible audiences. Explore the vast collection of unique artifacts covering over 22,000 square feet of galleries and exhibitions. Experience more by visiting the acclaimed retail store or having a drink in the captivating Night Fever Bar. Please note: No patrons under the age of 18 are allowed in the museum. This is an adults-only attraction.
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Ground Zero Museum Workshop
The award-winning 9/11 Ground Zero Museum Workshop is the first-stop for tourists before visiting the World Trade Center site. Known as the “Kid-Friendly 9/11 Museum” for it’s non-graphic and interactive ability to teach kids about this tough subject in a gentle way, the Workshop allows guests to pick up WTC artifacts and won Trip Advisor’s “Top 25 Museums in the USA” Award. PLEASE NOTE: This activity requires advanced reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
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Whitney Museum of American Art
Explore one of New York City's most prominent art museums, the Whitney Museum of American Art specializing in art from the 20th and 21st centuries. The Whitney is among the top tier of art museums in New York City and has built up a world renowned collection of American art. Upon your visit to the museum, you'll find pieces from some of the legends like Georgia O'Keeffe, Edward Hopper, Jasper Johns and Jackson Pollock. You'll also find art from newer artists as the Whitney has made a reputation for purchasing art from the creators within the same year that it is made.
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Rockefeller Center Tour
One of the greatest buildings from the Great Depression Era, discover the history and treasures within the Art-Deco-style Rockefeller Center. Famous for its annual Christmas tree and ice-skating, the building is also home to an incredible collection of art and sculptures. PLEASE NOTE: Capacity is limited to 10 guests per tour and tours are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
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Yankee Stadium
Yankee Stadium (Classic Tour) - Take a tour of Yankee Stadium and learn the history about the 27-time World Series Champion New York Yankees! Get up close to historic baseball artifacts, visit exclusive locations and learn about the various events that have taken place at the Stadium throughout history. Each tour is led by one of our knowledgeable and experienced tour guides to make sure everyone's trip to Yankee Stadium is complete. PLEASE NOTE: Yankee Stadium Tours are popular, we suggest arriving 15 minutes prior to your redeemed Classic Tour start time at the box office and please allow time for security.
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Museum of the City of New York
Located at the top of Museum Mile on Fifth Avenue, the Museum of the City of New York is the place to explore the city's past, celebrate its present, and imagine its future. The engaging exhibitions educate New Yorkers and visitors from around the world about the city's distinctive character, especially its heritage of diversity, opportunity, and perpetual transformation.
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New-York Historical Society Museum & Library
Explore four centuries of New York City history when you visit the New York Historical Society Museum. Right across the street from Central Park, learn more about the city of New York and all of the Americans who have created bits of history within this country. When you visit the museum, you'll be served the culture of NYC on a silver platter. With the use of photographs, paintings and literature, the New York Historical Society puts together amazing exhibits and installations that are a testament to the rich history of the United States.
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Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine
Explore one of the nation's premiere religious centers, the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, and learn the rich history that this landmark has built in New York City. Take a tour of the world’s largest cathedral and see the beautiful Romanesque and Gothic architecture that was designed in 1888. The Cathedral of St. John the Divine also features stunning gardens in which you can spot peacocks wandering.
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Museum of Arts and Design
Located in the heart of Columbus Circle, the Museum of Arts and Design gives you a chance to stop and take in a great piece of culture added to the fast pace of New York City.
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Museum of Chinese in America
The Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA) was founded in 1980. It was established to protect and showcase the 160 years of journeys, memories, and contributions of people of Chinese descent in the USA. Established by the historian John Kuo Wei Tchen and community resident and activist Charles Lai, the museum is abundant in innovative exhibits and educational and cultural programs.
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Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Visit the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum and explore the country's one and only museum dedicated to historic, contemporary design. The unique Cooper Hewitt museum features over 210,000 objects in their massive collection that has been built since the museum's founding in 1897. The objects displayed inside span back as far as 30 centuries but also feature cutting edge technology from years in the future.
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Brooklyn Museum
Measuring around 560,000 square feet, the Brooklyn Museum is the second largest art museum in the United States. That means you'll have plenty of space to explore during your visit. The museum features a massive collection of over 1.5 million objects displayed throughout the five floors. The pieces featured in the Brooklyn Museum range from Ancient Egyptian masterpieces to contemporary paintings and sculptures that are influenced by many cultures around the world. You'll also have the opportunity to view works by some of the world's most celebrated artists such as Norman Rockwell, Mark Rothko, Georgia O'Keeffe and many more.
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Brooklyn Botanic Garden
The Brooklyn Botanic Garden is truly a sight to behold. The garden displays horticultural activity like you've never seen before. No matter the season, something is always in bloom at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Take a leisurely stroll through the many gardens and be introduced to new species of plants from around the world.
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South Street Seaport Museum
Dive into New York City's rich maritime history by paying a visit to the South Street Seaport Museum! View the cabins and decks of six historic ships dating back to the 19th Century in New York. Inside you will get to see many interesting artifacts and exhibitions that beautifully depict the origins of the city and early discoveries that were made at sea.
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International Center of Photography Museum
Take a trip to the world's leading photography and visual culture institution, the International Center of Photography Museum. Hosting up to six exhibitions each year, the ICP showcases cutting edge photo technology and skills. You'll find presentations that focus on the history of image making as well as lectures and programs within the museum.
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MoMA PS1
Visit one of the oldest and largest nonprofit art institutions in the United States and view the marvelous exhibition space at MoMA PS1. Discover some of the experimental art pieces displayed at the MoMA PS1 and experience the many performances that take place inside of the museum. Located in Long Island City, the museum is a great excuse to organize a trip to the borough of Queens. The MoMA PS1 attracts around 200,000 visitors each year that come to view their unique and historical displays.
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Little Italy
The Official Little Italy Walking Tour - Walk the ‘mean streets’ that inspired the young Martin Scorsese to become a filmmaker and discover the often troubled history of this cosmopolitan neighborhood. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires advanced reservations. Check the included guide for instructions.
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New York Botanical Garden
Explore the multitude of gardens and plant life waiting for you at the beautiful New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx. Become enthralled in the massive plant collection at the New York Botanical Garden. You can roam the 250 acres and see the 50 plus gardens that are on display. There's something at the garden for everyone, no matter their age. They even feature a children's garden with 40 interactive games and activities to entertain children while they learn about plant life.
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Museum of Jewish Heritage
A Living Memorial to the Holocaust this museum is New York’s contribution to the global responsibility to never forget. The Museum is committed to the crucial mission of educating diverse visitors about Jewish life before, during, and after the Holocaust. The third largest Holocaust museum in the world, the Museum anchors the southernmost tip of Manhattan, completing the cultural and educational landscape it shares with the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island.
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New York Hall of Science
Have a blast while learning at the exciting and educational New York Hall of Science! This hands-on technology center features over 450 interactive exhibits that teach you about science with fun and engaging activities. The NYSCI has served over a half million students with their educational programs and high-tech facility. Children of all ages are welcome to explore the 30,000 square feet occupied by the Science Playground from March through December.
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El Museo del Barrio
The museum features a wide range of notable exhibitions that combine the elements of film, performance art, visual art and even educational programs. Over 6,500 pieces exist in the museum's collection that has been growing since its establishment in 1969. When you visit El Museo del Barrio, you'll be introduced to the many artistic landscapes relating to the Latino culture and you will also understand the significance of the museum with its place along Museum Mile. El Museo del Barrio has put together an amazing collection of art that highlights Puerto Rican artists from the founding community. Over the years, the collection has grown to also include works by Caribbean and Latin-American artists.
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Skyscraper Museum
View New York City's great skyscrapers and architecture from Battery Park when you visit the Skyscraper Museum. The Skyscraper Museum is a gem for architectural design within the city of New York. You can explore some of the city's greatest landmarks and skyscrapers while learning about their history and technology. Inside of the museum, you will also get to learn about the designers and architects that crafted the illustrious New York City skyline.
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Harlem
Guided Harlem Highlights Bike Tour by Unlimited Biking - Explore the northern section of Manhattan on a fully-guided 2-hour Harlem Bike Tour and get to know this historic, yet the up-and-coming area of New York City. With your enthusiastic and knowledgeable tour guide, you'll learn all about Harlem's history, culture, and population and how various economic booms and busts have shaped, and continue to shape the neighborhood. your guide will even give you a glimpse into what's to come for the borough as it continues to develop in proximity to downtown Manhattan. PLEASE NOTE: Please come in on the day to check-in for the next available tour, at least one hour in advance.
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Staten Island Museum at Snug Harbor
Visit one of Staten Island's cultural gems and find exciting exhibits displaying the arts and science at the Staten Island Museum. Also known as the Staten Island Institute of Arts & Sciences, the Staten Island Museum holds an impressive collection of historic artifacts, fine art works and elements of natural sciences. Many artifacts held inside of the museum can be dated back to contemporary and ancient time periods. In addition to the museum's permanent collection, they also showcase artifacts that teach about the many species of the world and the history of Staten Island.
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Staten Island Children's Museum
Stop by the Staten Island Children's Museum and experience New York's one and only indoor-outdoor interactive museum for children. Kids will have a blast at the museum as they learn and play with several hands-on exhibitions that will teach them about bugs, water and world exploration. You will also find children's workshops and special performances are the norm at the Staten Island Children's Museum. This is a great environment for kids to learn more about the world around them as well as make friends with other children.
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Staten Island Zoo
Explore the wide spectrum of wildlife inhabiting the Staten Island Zoo and learn about your favorite species. Take a stroll around Staten Island's famous Zoo and enjoy the energetic and charismatic animals living within the 8 acres of land that the zoo occupies. Not only will you be able to visit a few of your favorite animals, you will also have the opportunity to learn about new species that you may have never seen before.
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LEGOLAND Discovery Center Westchester
Step into an Entirely LEGO®-themed world and experience 12 totally LEGO®, totally entertaining attractions at LEGOLAND® Discovery Center in Westchester, New York. PLEASE NOTE: Please Note: Adults must be accompanied by a child to enter LEGOLAND® Discovery Center at all times. "Adults-only nights" are not included with your pass.
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Escape Virtuality
Escape Virtuality is a cutting-edge VR and AR experience that allows you to go beyond the headsets into a virtual world. Escape rooms are private and require a minimum of four players. Smaller parties or those without a reservation may be offered a choice of virtual reality experiences. Weekdays have the best availability. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires advanced reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
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Paley Center for Media
Discover some of the most popular and cutting-edge forms of media dating back to the 1920's when you visit the Paley Center for Media. Over 100,000 radio and television programs are on display at the Paley Center for Media which you can watch or listen to for up to 2 hours at a time. You'll also be able to see classic moments in television like the first moon walk or the first appearance on American television by the Beatles. The Paley Center also offers an in-depth look to the world of media with discussions featuring media and technology professionals.
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Museum at Eldridge Street
Discover the synagogue that holds such deep significance in the Jewish History of the Lower East Side and the many artifacts that the Museum at Eldridge St. has to show. Inside of the historic synagogue is the museum in which you can find a massive collection of written letters and artifacts from the congregation of Eldridge St. The New York Times has described the museum as "gasp-inducing". You'll certainly enjoy the museum's nostalgic feel and interactive digital displays.
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Grand Central Terminal
Marvel & DC Superheroes Tour - Visit famous NYC landmarks that are linked to iconic comic book moments, such as the Grand Central Terminal and the United Nations building in this fun and engaging tour. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires advanced reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
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St. Patrick's Old Cathedral
The Catacombs by Candlelight Tour - Delve beneath St. Patrick’s Basilica into New York's underground passages and explore the historic Catacombs lead by atmospheric candlelight. This 1.5-hour guided tour will take you into the nave of the Basillica of St. Patrick's Old Cathedral where you will explore the faithfully departed's final resting place in the historic crypts. PLEASE NOTE: This activity requires advanced reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
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Fraunces Tavern Museum
Explore the 5 buildings that make up Fraunces Tavern® Museum and discover their historic collection of pieces. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires advanced reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
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Fotografiska New York
Anything but an ordinary museum, Fotografiska New York uses the power of photography to inspire a more conscious world with powerful, unparalleled exhibitions showcasing some of the world’s best photographers, housed in a historic landmark building located in the Flatiron District.
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Wall Street
How Money Was Made: Wall Street Walking Tour - In this 2.5 informative tour your guide will take you through a history of Wall Street and introduce you to the pioneers and visionaries who made it the global financial institution it is today. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires advanced reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
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Williamsburg
NYC Bus Tour of Bronx, Brooklyn, and Queens - From the birthplace of hip-hop to the home of the much-loved Mets and plenty of cultural hotspots in between, on this tour, you'll get to grips with the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Harlem, and more. PLEASE NOTE: This activity requires reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions. Tour is in English only.
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Broadway
Broadway & Times Square Walking Tour - Looking for things to see in New York? Walk in the footsteps of the stars and lift the curtain on two of New York City's glittering districts – Broadway and Times Square. PLEASE NOTE: This activity requires reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
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Dumbo
Brooklyn Bridge and DUMBO Walking Tour - There's no better way to experience Brooklyn Bridge than taking a stroll across the architectural icon. It's one of the most photographed landmarks in NYC, and you'll get to see it from all angles on this walking tour. PLEASE NOTE: This activity requires reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions
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Chinatown
The Official Chinatown Walking Tour - Experience the sights, sounds and smells of Manhattan’s vibrant Chinatown with a guided walk through its narrow streets. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires reservations. Check the digital guide for instructions
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Chelsea
High Line – Chelsea – Meatpacking District Neighborhood Walking Tour - Explore the famous elevated railway-turned-park high above the streets and get a totally unique perspective on New York City’s Chelsea and Meatpacking Districts. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
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Empire State Building
Synonymous with New York City, the Empire State Building is an American icon and one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World. Head to the top and enjoy views of up to 80 miles on a clear day, taking in Central Park, Manhattan, New Jersey, Connecticut and even out to Pennsylvania and Massachusetts. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires advanced reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions. Please note that visits to the Empire State Building during sunset time slots require an additional $10 fee payable directly to the Empire State Building when reserving your visit online or via the onsite kiosk. We recommend visiting after sunset to save the fee and enjoy views of the city at night!
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One World Observatory
Situated in Lower Manhattan, One World Observatory offers a state-of-the-art viewing platform 102 stories above ground. Travel straight to the top in 47 seconds in the SkyPod Elevator and delve into the cities cultural and financial history with interactive displays, and interesting talks led by the Tour Ambassadors. PLEASE NOTE: you will need to wait in line to receive a time slot. We recommend visiting mid-morning or in the evening for the shortest wait times.
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Statue of Liberty
Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Ferry - *Does not include entry to pedestal or crown levels inside Statue of Liberty - must be purchased separately.* No New York visit is complete without an official welcome from Lady Liberty. Visit the Statue of Liberty and explore Ellis Island, where more than 12 million immigrants were processed upon their arrived in the United States. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires advanced reservations. This attraction is extremely popular and gets booked up fast. If this is one of your 'must-sees', please reserve your spot as soon as possible!
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Top of the Rock
Breathtaking panoramas stretching miles in all directions, Top of the Rock has the best view in NYC with its perfect view of the Empire State Building. Day and night, gaze across the city's great landmarks and skyscrapers. PLEASE NOTE: you will need to wait in line to receive a time slot. We recommend arriving between 9AM and 3PM for the shortest wait times.
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The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum
The 9/11 museum takes an in-depth look at the story through artifacts, testimonies and first-hand accounts. Gaze into the reflecting pools of the memorial and take in the tranquil pavilion of the 9/11 memorial before learning more about the Twin Towers tragedies through respectful interactive exhibits. PLEASE NOTE: you will need to wait in line to receive a time slot. We recommend visiting in the afternoon for the shortest wait times.
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Edge NYC
Take to the open air on a glass platform 100 stories in the sky and be wowed by the state-of-the-art architecture. Edge is New York City’s most exciting new attraction, set high above the fabulous, glimmering, brand new Hudson Yards!
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The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Opened in 1929, MoMA's collection of contemporary art has grown to be one of the best and largest in the world. Rotating permanent exhibitions, visiting collections and iconic masterpieces - the Museum of Modern Art is a New York icon. Architecture, design, drawings, paintings, sculptures, photography, prints, illustrated books, film and mixed media - the Museum of Modern Art's collection welcomes 2.8 million visitors a year. PLEASE NOTE: Head to the MoMA ticket desk and present your pass to be issued a ticket for the next available time slot.
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American Museum of Natural History
Ignite your curiosity about the universe at the beloved 148-year old American Natural History Museum. From show-stopping displays such as the 94-foot blue whale and Tyrannosaurus Rex, to taxidermy specimens, fossils and anthropological artifacts, the Natural History Museum can't be missed. PLEASE NOTE: This activity required advanced reservation. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
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Circle Line Cruises
See New York's iconic skyline from the water with your choice of boat tour, from the best of NYC to a sunset cruise of the harbor lights and more. Marvel at the beauty of New York's waterfront and spot the city's landmarks aboard Circle Line Sightseeing cruises. Award-winning guides, famous routes, state-of-the-art boats and magnificent views of the NYC skyline, complete your New York adventure with Circle Line cruises (choice of five NYC cruises). PLEASE NOTE: you will have to wait in line to secure a boarding pass for one of the day's cruises. We recommend visiting early in the morning to secure a boarding pass by showing your pass.
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Madame Tussauds New York
Get your selfie sticks ready. Madame Tussauds New York in the heart of Times Square is the only place with no ropes or barriers holding you back from your favorite stars. Voted as one of New York’s most unique attractions, Madame Tussauds invites you to pose “in a moment in time” with the world’s most iconic musicians, A-list stars, sports legends, world leaders and more. With over 85,000 square feet of interactive entertainment, including Mission: Undead experience and Marvel Super Hero 4D Experience, the world-famous wax attraction is bigger and better than ever.
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Big Bus New York
A scenic and stress-free way to explore the city - relax as Big Bus tours take you across Manhattan, discovering all the sights and landmarks including Empire State Building, Times Square, Central Park and the Statue of Liberty. TripAdvisor's top-rated NYC bus tour, Big Bus New York is the only sightseeing bus with live commentary and hop-on-hop-off access at 25+ bus stops located across the city. PLEASE NOTE: Pass is only valid for the Uptown and Downtown loops.
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Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
A NYC architectural masterpiece, the Guggenheim museum is home to one of the finest modern art collections in the world. Ascend the landmark's grand spiral and experience its special exhibitions and permanent collections. Designed by visionary architect Frank Lloyd Wright and completed in 1959, the Guggenheim Museum is one of the most recognized museums in NYC, curating one of the most incredible collections of Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, early Modern and contemporary art in the world.
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Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
A floating museum - get up close to the aircraft carrier USS Intrepid, the space shuttle Enterprise, a British Airways Concorde and submarine Growler, wander through interactive exhibitions, explore historic artifacts and discover the history of American innovation and bravery. An American military and maritime history museum, the collection of museum ships and aircraft at Intrepid Sea Air & Space Museum is one of America's leading historic, cultural and educational institutions. PLEASE NOTE: Head to the admissions counter and present your pass to be issued a ticket for the next available time slot.
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Museum of Sex
Jump into the most raunchy museum that New York City has to offer! For over fifteen years, the Museum of Sex has sustained its mission to preserve and present the history, evolution and cultural significance of human sexuality. The Museum produces exhibitions, experiences, and programs that bring the best of current art science and the study of sexuality to the widest possible audiences. Explore the vast collection of unique artifacts covering over 22,000 square feet of galleries and exhibitions. Experience more by visiting the acclaimed retail store or having a drink in the captivating Night Fever Bar. Please note: No patrons under the age of 18 are allowed in the museum. This is an adults-only attraction.
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Ground Zero Museum Workshop
The award-winning 9/11 Ground Zero Museum Workshop is the first-stop for tourists before visiting the World Trade Center site. Known as the “Kid-Friendly 9/11 Museum” for it’s non-graphic and interactive ability to teach kids about this tough subject in a gentle way, the Workshop allows guests to pick up WTC artifacts and won Trip Advisor’s “Top 25 Museums in the USA” Award. PLEASE NOTE: This activity requires advanced reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
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Whitney Museum of American Art
Explore one of New York City's most prominent art museums, the Whitney Museum of American Art specializing in art from the 20th and 21st centuries. The Whitney is among the top tier of art museums in New York City and has built up a world renowned collection of American art. Upon your visit to the museum, you'll find pieces from some of the legends like Georgia O'Keeffe, Edward Hopper, Jasper Johns and Jackson Pollock. You'll also find art from newer artists as the Whitney has made a reputation for purchasing art from the creators within the same year that it is made.
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Rockefeller Center Tour
One of the greatest buildings from the Great Depression Era, discover the history and treasures within the Art-Deco-style Rockefeller Center. Famous for its annual Christmas tree and ice-skating, the building is also home to an incredible collection of art and sculptures. PLEASE NOTE: Capacity is limited to 10 guests per tour and tours are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
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Yankee Stadium
Yankee Stadium (Classic Tour) - Take a tour of Yankee Stadium and learn the history about the 27-time World Series Champion New York Yankees! Get up close to historic baseball artifacts, visit exclusive locations and learn about the various events that have taken place at the Stadium throughout history. Each tour is led by one of our knowledgeable and experienced tour guides to make sure everyone's trip to Yankee Stadium is complete. PLEASE NOTE: Yankee Stadium Tours are popular, we suggest arriving 15 minutes prior to your redeemed Classic Tour start time at the box office and please allow time for security.
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Museum of the City of New York
Located at the top of Museum Mile on Fifth Avenue, the Museum of the City of New York is the place to explore the city's past, celebrate its present, and imagine its future. The engaging exhibitions educate New Yorkers and visitors from around the world about the city's distinctive character, especially its heritage of diversity, opportunity, and perpetual transformation.
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New-York Historical Society Museum & Library
Explore four centuries of New York City history when you visit the New York Historical Society Museum. Right across the street from Central Park, learn more about the city of New York and all of the Americans who have created bits of history within this country. When you visit the museum, you'll be served the culture of NYC on a silver platter. With the use of photographs, paintings and literature, the New York Historical Society puts together amazing exhibits and installations that are a testament to the rich history of the United States.
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Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine
Explore one of the nation's premiere religious centers, the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, and learn the rich history that this landmark has built in New York City. Take a tour of the world’s largest cathedral and see the beautiful Romanesque and Gothic architecture that was designed in 1888. The Cathedral of St. John the Divine also features stunning gardens in which you can spot peacocks wandering.
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Museum of Arts and Design
Located in the heart of Columbus Circle, the Museum of Arts and Design gives you a chance to stop and take in a great piece of culture added to the fast pace of New York City.
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Museum of Chinese in America
The Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA) was founded in 1980. It was established to protect and showcase the 160 years of journeys, memories, and contributions of people of Chinese descent in the USA. Established by the historian John Kuo Wei Tchen and community resident and activist Charles Lai, the museum is abundant in innovative exhibits and educational and cultural programs.
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Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Visit the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum and explore the country's one and only museum dedicated to historic, contemporary design. The unique Cooper Hewitt museum features over 210,000 objects in their massive collection that has been built since the museum's founding in 1897. The objects displayed inside span back as far as 30 centuries but also feature cutting edge technology from years in the future.
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Brooklyn Museum
Measuring around 560,000 square feet, the Brooklyn Museum is the second largest art museum in the United States. That means you'll have plenty of space to explore during your visit. The museum features a massive collection of over 1.5 million objects displayed throughout the five floors. The pieces featured in the Brooklyn Museum range from Ancient Egyptian masterpieces to contemporary paintings and sculptures that are influenced by many cultures around the world. You'll also have the opportunity to view works by some of the world's most celebrated artists such as Norman Rockwell, Mark Rothko, Georgia O'Keeffe and many more.
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Brooklyn Botanic Garden
The Brooklyn Botanic Garden is truly a sight to behold. The garden displays horticultural activity like you've never seen before. No matter the season, something is always in bloom at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Take a leisurely stroll through the many gardens and be introduced to new species of plants from around the world.
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South Street Seaport Museum
Dive into New York City's rich maritime history by paying a visit to the South Street Seaport Museum! View the cabins and decks of six historic ships dating back to the 19th Century in New York. Inside you will get to see many interesting artifacts and exhibitions that beautifully depict the origins of the city and early discoveries that were made at sea.
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International Center of Photography Museum
Take a trip to the world's leading photography and visual culture institution, the International Center of Photography Museum. Hosting up to six exhibitions each year, the ICP showcases cutting edge photo technology and skills. You'll find presentations that focus on the history of image making as well as lectures and programs within the museum.
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MoMA PS1
Visit one of the oldest and largest nonprofit art institutions in the United States and view the marvelous exhibition space at MoMA PS1. Discover some of the experimental art pieces displayed at the MoMA PS1 and experience the many performances that take place inside of the museum. Located in Long Island City, the museum is a great excuse to organize a trip to the borough of Queens. The MoMA PS1 attracts around 200,000 visitors each year that come to view their unique and historical displays.
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Little Italy
The Official Little Italy Walking Tour - Walk the ‘mean streets’ that inspired the young Martin Scorsese to become a filmmaker and discover the often troubled history of this cosmopolitan neighborhood. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires advanced reservations. Check the included guide for instructions.
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New York Botanical Garden
Explore the multitude of gardens and plant life waiting for you at the beautiful New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx. Become enthralled in the massive plant collection at the New York Botanical Garden. You can roam the 250 acres and see the 50 plus gardens that are on display. There's something at the garden for everyone, no matter their age. They even feature a children's garden with 40 interactive games and activities to entertain children while they learn about plant life.
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Museum of Jewish Heritage
A Living Memorial to the Holocaust this museum is New York’s contribution to the global responsibility to never forget. The Museum is committed to the crucial mission of educating diverse visitors about Jewish life before, during, and after the Holocaust. The third largest Holocaust museum in the world, the Museum anchors the southernmost tip of Manhattan, completing the cultural and educational landscape it shares with the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island.
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New York Hall of Science
Have a blast while learning at the exciting and educational New York Hall of Science! This hands-on technology center features over 450 interactive exhibits that teach you about science with fun and engaging activities. The NYSCI has served over a half million students with their educational programs and high-tech facility. Children of all ages are welcome to explore the 30,000 square feet occupied by the Science Playground from March through December.
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El Museo del Barrio
The museum features a wide range of notable exhibitions that combine the elements of film, performance art, visual art and even educational programs. Over 6,500 pieces exist in the museum's collection that has been growing since its establishment in 1969. When you visit El Museo del Barrio, you'll be introduced to the many artistic landscapes relating to the Latino culture and you will also understand the significance of the museum with its place along Museum Mile. El Museo del Barrio has put together an amazing collection of art that highlights Puerto Rican artists from the founding community. Over the years, the collection has grown to also include works by Caribbean and Latin-American artists.
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Skyscraper Museum
View New York City's great skyscrapers and architecture from Battery Park when you visit the Skyscraper Museum. The Skyscraper Museum is a gem for architectural design within the city of New York. You can explore some of the city's greatest landmarks and skyscrapers while learning about their history and technology. Inside of the museum, you will also get to learn about the designers and architects that crafted the illustrious New York City skyline.
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Harlem
Guided Harlem Highlights Bike Tour by Unlimited Biking - Explore the northern section of Manhattan on a fully-guided 2-hour Harlem Bike Tour and get to know this historic, yet the up-and-coming area of New York City. With your enthusiastic and knowledgeable tour guide, you'll learn all about Harlem's history, culture, and population and how various economic booms and busts have shaped, and continue to shape the neighborhood. your guide will even give you a glimpse into what's to come for the borough as it continues to develop in proximity to downtown Manhattan. PLEASE NOTE: Please come in on the day to check-in for the next available tour, at least one hour in advance.
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Staten Island Museum at Snug Harbor
Visit one of Staten Island's cultural gems and find exciting exhibits displaying the arts and science at the Staten Island Museum. Also known as the Staten Island Institute of Arts & Sciences, the Staten Island Museum holds an impressive collection of historic artifacts, fine art works and elements of natural sciences. Many artifacts held inside of the museum can be dated back to contemporary and ancient time periods. In addition to the museum's permanent collection, they also showcase artifacts that teach about the many species of the world and the history of Staten Island.
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Staten Island Children's Museum
Stop by the Staten Island Children's Museum and experience New York's one and only indoor-outdoor interactive museum for children. Kids will have a blast at the museum as they learn and play with several hands-on exhibitions that will teach them about bugs, water and world exploration. You will also find children's workshops and special performances are the norm at the Staten Island Children's Museum. This is a great environment for kids to learn more about the world around them as well as make friends with other children.
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Staten Island Zoo
Explore the wide spectrum of wildlife inhabiting the Staten Island Zoo and learn about your favorite species. Take a stroll around Staten Island's famous Zoo and enjoy the energetic and charismatic animals living within the 8 acres of land that the zoo occupies. Not only will you be able to visit a few of your favorite animals, you will also have the opportunity to learn about new species that you may have never seen before.
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LEGOLAND Discovery Center Westchester
Step into an Entirely LEGO®-themed world and experience 12 totally LEGO®, totally entertaining attractions at LEGOLAND® Discovery Center in Westchester, New York. PLEASE NOTE: Please Note: Adults must be accompanied by a child to enter LEGOLAND® Discovery Center at all times. "Adults-only nights" are not included with your pass.
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Escape Virtuality
Escape Virtuality is a cutting-edge VR and AR experience that allows you to go beyond the headsets into a virtual world. Escape rooms are private and require a minimum of four players. Smaller parties or those without a reservation may be offered a choice of virtual reality experiences. Weekdays have the best availability. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires advanced reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
148
Paley Center for Media
Discover some of the most popular and cutting-edge forms of media dating back to the 1920's when you visit the Paley Center for Media. Over 100,000 radio and television programs are on display at the Paley Center for Media which you can watch or listen to for up to 2 hours at a time. You'll also be able to see classic moments in television like the first moon walk or the first appearance on American television by the Beatles. The Paley Center also offers an in-depth look to the world of media with discussions featuring media and technology professionals.
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Museum at Eldridge Street
Discover the synagogue that holds such deep significance in the Jewish History of the Lower East Side and the many artifacts that the Museum at Eldridge St. has to show. Inside of the historic synagogue is the museum in which you can find a massive collection of written letters and artifacts from the congregation of Eldridge St. The New York Times has described the museum as "gasp-inducing". You'll certainly enjoy the museum's nostalgic feel and interactive digital displays.
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Grand Central Terminal
Marvel & DC Superheroes Tour - Visit famous NYC landmarks that are linked to iconic comic book moments, such as the Grand Central Terminal and the United Nations building in this fun and engaging tour. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires advanced reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
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St. Patrick's Old Cathedral
The Catacombs by Candlelight Tour - Delve beneath St. Patrick’s Basilica into New York's underground passages and explore the historic Catacombs lead by atmospheric candlelight. This 1.5-hour guided tour will take you into the nave of the Basillica of St. Patrick's Old Cathedral where you will explore the faithfully departed's final resting place in the historic crypts. PLEASE NOTE: This activity requires advanced reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
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Fraunces Tavern Museum
Explore the 5 buildings that make up Fraunces Tavern® Museum and discover their historic collection of pieces. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires advanced reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
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Fotografiska New York
Anything but an ordinary museum, Fotografiska New York uses the power of photography to inspire a more conscious world with powerful, unparalleled exhibitions showcasing some of the world’s best photographers, housed in a historic landmark building located in the Flatiron District.
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Wall Street
How Money Was Made: Wall Street Walking Tour - In this 2.5 informative tour your guide will take you through a history of Wall Street and introduce you to the pioneers and visionaries who made it the global financial institution it is today. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires advanced reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
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Williamsburg
NYC Bus Tour of Bronx, Brooklyn, and Queens - From the birthplace of hip-hop to the home of the much-loved Mets and plenty of cultural hotspots in between, on this tour, you'll get to grips with the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Harlem, and more. PLEASE NOTE: This activity requires reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions. Tour is in English only.
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Broadway
Broadway & Times Square Walking Tour - Looking for things to see in New York? Walk in the footsteps of the stars and lift the curtain on two of New York City's glittering districts – Broadway and Times Square. PLEASE NOTE: This activity requires reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
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Dumbo
Brooklyn Bridge and DUMBO Walking Tour - There's no better way to experience Brooklyn Bridge than taking a stroll across the architectural icon. It's one of the most photographed landmarks in NYC, and you'll get to see it from all angles on this walking tour. PLEASE NOTE: This activity requires reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions
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Chinatown
The Official Chinatown Walking Tour - Experience the sights, sounds and smells of Manhattan’s vibrant Chinatown with a guided walk through its narrow streets. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires reservations. Check the digital guide for instructions
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Chelsea
High Line – Chelsea – Meatpacking District Neighborhood Walking Tour - Explore the famous elevated railway-turned-park high above the streets and get a totally unique perspective on New York City’s Chelsea and Meatpacking Districts. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
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Empire State Building
Synonymous with New York City, the Empire State Building is an American icon and one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World. Head to the top and enjoy views of up to 80 miles on a clear day, taking in Central Park, Manhattan, New Jersey, Connecticut and even out to Pennsylvania and Massachusetts. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires advanced reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions. Please note that visits to the Empire State Building during sunset time slots require an additional $10 fee payable directly to the Empire State Building when reserving your visit online or via the onsite kiosk. We recommend visiting after sunset to save the fee and enjoy views of the city at night!
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One World Observatory
Situated in Lower Manhattan, One World Observatory offers a state-of-the-art viewing platform 102 stories above ground. Travel straight to the top in 47 seconds in the SkyPod Elevator and delve into the cities cultural and financial history with interactive displays, and interesting talks led by the Tour Ambassadors. PLEASE NOTE: you will need to wait in line to receive a time slot. We recommend visiting mid-morning or in the evening for the shortest wait times.
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Statue of Liberty
Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Ferry - *Does not include entry to pedestal or crown levels inside Statue of Liberty - must be purchased separately.* No New York visit is complete without an official welcome from Lady Liberty. Visit the Statue of Liberty and explore Ellis Island, where more than 12 million immigrants were processed upon their arrived in the United States. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires advanced reservations. This attraction is extremely popular and gets booked up fast. If this is one of your 'must-sees', please reserve your spot as soon as possible!
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Top of the Rock
Breathtaking panoramas stretching miles in all directions, Top of the Rock has the best view in NYC with its perfect view of the Empire State Building. Day and night, gaze across the city's great landmarks and skyscrapers. PLEASE NOTE: you will need to wait in line to receive a time slot. We recommend arriving between 9AM and 3PM for the shortest wait times.
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The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum
The 9/11 museum takes an in-depth look at the story through artifacts, testimonies and first-hand accounts. Gaze into the reflecting pools of the memorial and take in the tranquil pavilion of the 9/11 memorial before learning more about the Twin Towers tragedies through respectful interactive exhibits. PLEASE NOTE: you will need to wait in line to receive a time slot. We recommend visiting in the afternoon for the shortest wait times.
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Edge NYC
Take to the open air on a glass platform 100 stories in the sky and be wowed by the state-of-the-art architecture. Edge is New York City’s most exciting new attraction, set high above the fabulous, glimmering, brand new Hudson Yards!
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The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Opened in 1929, MoMA's collection of contemporary art has grown to be one of the best and largest in the world. Rotating permanent exhibitions, visiting collections and iconic masterpieces - the Museum of Modern Art is a New York icon. Architecture, design, drawings, paintings, sculptures, photography, prints, illustrated books, film and mixed media - the Museum of Modern Art's collection welcomes 2.8 million visitors a year. PLEASE NOTE: Head to the MoMA ticket desk and present your pass to be issued a ticket for the next available time slot.
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American Museum of Natural History
Ignite your curiosity about the universe at the beloved 148-year old American Natural History Museum. From show-stopping displays such as the 94-foot blue whale and Tyrannosaurus Rex, to taxidermy specimens, fossils and anthropological artifacts, the Natural History Museum can't be missed. PLEASE NOTE: This activity required advanced reservation. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
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Circle Line Cruises
See New York's iconic skyline from the water with your choice of boat tour, from the best of NYC to a sunset cruise of the harbor lights and more. Marvel at the beauty of New York's waterfront and spot the city's landmarks aboard Circle Line Sightseeing cruises. Award-winning guides, famous routes, state-of-the-art boats and magnificent views of the NYC skyline, complete your New York adventure with Circle Line cruises (choice of five NYC cruises). PLEASE NOTE: you will have to wait in line to secure a boarding pass for one of the day's cruises. We recommend visiting early in the morning to secure a boarding pass by showing your pass.
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Madame Tussauds New York
Get your selfie sticks ready. Madame Tussauds New York in the heart of Times Square is the only place with no ropes or barriers holding you back from your favorite stars. Voted as one of New York’s most unique attractions, Madame Tussauds invites you to pose “in a moment in time” with the world’s most iconic musicians, A-list stars, sports legends, world leaders and more. With over 85,000 square feet of interactive entertainment, including Mission: Undead experience and Marvel Super Hero 4D Experience, the world-famous wax attraction is bigger and better than ever.
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Big Bus New York
A scenic and stress-free way to explore the city - relax as Big Bus tours take you across Manhattan, discovering all the sights and landmarks including Empire State Building, Times Square, Central Park and the Statue of Liberty. TripAdvisor's top-rated NYC bus tour, Big Bus New York is the only sightseeing bus with live commentary and hop-on-hop-off access at 25+ bus stops located across the city. PLEASE NOTE: Pass is only valid for the Uptown and Downtown loops.
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Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
A NYC architectural masterpiece, the Guggenheim museum is home to one of the finest modern art collections in the world. Ascend the landmark's grand spiral and experience its special exhibitions and permanent collections. Designed by visionary architect Frank Lloyd Wright and completed in 1959, the Guggenheim Museum is one of the most recognized museums in NYC, curating one of the most incredible collections of Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, early Modern and contemporary art in the world.
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Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
A floating museum - get up close to the aircraft carrier USS Intrepid, the space shuttle Enterprise, a British Airways Concorde and submarine Growler, wander through interactive exhibitions, explore historic artifacts and discover the history of American innovation and bravery. An American military and maritime history museum, the collection of museum ships and aircraft at Intrepid Sea Air & Space Museum is one of America's leading historic, cultural and educational institutions. PLEASE NOTE: Head to the admissions counter and present your pass to be issued a ticket for the next available time slot.
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Museum of Sex
Jump into the most raunchy museum that New York City has to offer! For over fifteen years, the Museum of Sex has sustained its mission to preserve and present the history, evolution and cultural significance of human sexuality. The Museum produces exhibitions, experiences, and programs that bring the best of current art science and the study of sexuality to the widest possible audiences. Explore the vast collection of unique artifacts covering over 22,000 square feet of galleries and exhibitions. Experience more by visiting the acclaimed retail store or having a drink in the captivating Night Fever Bar. Please note: No patrons under the age of 18 are allowed in the museum. This is an adults-only attraction.
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Ground Zero Museum Workshop
The award-winning 9/11 Ground Zero Museum Workshop is the first-stop for tourists before visiting the World Trade Center site. Known as the “Kid-Friendly 9/11 Museum” for it’s non-graphic and interactive ability to teach kids about this tough subject in a gentle way, the Workshop allows guests to pick up WTC artifacts and won Trip Advisor’s “Top 25 Museums in the USA” Award. PLEASE NOTE: This activity requires advanced reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
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Whitney Museum of American Art
Explore one of New York City's most prominent art museums, the Whitney Museum of American Art specializing in art from the 20th and 21st centuries. The Whitney is among the top tier of art museums in New York City and has built up a world renowned collection of American art. Upon your visit to the museum, you'll find pieces from some of the legends like Georgia O'Keeffe, Edward Hopper, Jasper Johns and Jackson Pollock. You'll also find art from newer artists as the Whitney has made a reputation for purchasing art from the creators within the same year that it is made.
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Rockefeller Center Tour
One of the greatest buildings from the Great Depression Era, discover the history and treasures within the Art-Deco-style Rockefeller Center. Famous for its annual Christmas tree and ice-skating, the building is also home to an incredible collection of art and sculptures. PLEASE NOTE: Capacity is limited to 10 guests per tour and tours are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
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Yankee Stadium
Yankee Stadium (Classic Tour) - Take a tour of Yankee Stadium and learn the history about the 27-time World Series Champion New York Yankees! Get up close to historic baseball artifacts, visit exclusive locations and learn about the various events that have taken place at the Stadium throughout history. Each tour is led by one of our knowledgeable and experienced tour guides to make sure everyone's trip to Yankee Stadium is complete. PLEASE NOTE: Yankee Stadium Tours are popular, we suggest arriving 15 minutes prior to your redeemed Classic Tour start time at the box office and please allow time for security.
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Museum of the City of New York
Located at the top of Museum Mile on Fifth Avenue, the Museum of the City of New York is the place to explore the city's past, celebrate its present, and imagine its future. The engaging exhibitions educate New Yorkers and visitors from around the world about the city's distinctive character, especially its heritage of diversity, opportunity, and perpetual transformation.
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New-York Historical Society Museum & Library
Explore four centuries of New York City history when you visit the New York Historical Society Museum. Right across the street from Central Park, learn more about the city of New York and all of the Americans who have created bits of history within this country. When you visit the museum, you'll be served the culture of NYC on a silver platter. With the use of photographs, paintings and literature, the New York Historical Society puts together amazing exhibits and installations that are a testament to the rich history of the United States.
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Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine
Explore one of the nation's premiere religious centers, the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, and learn the rich history that this landmark has built in New York City. Take a tour of the world’s largest cathedral and see the beautiful Romanesque and Gothic architecture that was designed in 1888. The Cathedral of St. John the Divine also features stunning gardens in which you can spot peacocks wandering.
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Museum of Arts and Design
Located in the heart of Columbus Circle, the Museum of Arts and Design gives you a chance to stop and take in a great piece of culture added to the fast pace of New York City.
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Museum of Chinese in America
The Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA) was founded in 1980. It was established to protect and showcase the 160 years of journeys, memories, and contributions of people of Chinese descent in the USA. Established by the historian John Kuo Wei Tchen and community resident and activist Charles Lai, the museum is abundant in innovative exhibits and educational and cultural programs.
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Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Visit the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum and explore the country's one and only museum dedicated to historic, contemporary design. The unique Cooper Hewitt museum features over 210,000 objects in their massive collection that has been built since the museum's founding in 1897. The objects displayed inside span back as far as 30 centuries but also feature cutting edge technology from years in the future.
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Brooklyn Museum
Measuring around 560,000 square feet, the Brooklyn Museum is the second largest art museum in the United States. That means you'll have plenty of space to explore during your visit. The museum features a massive collection of over 1.5 million objects displayed throughout the five floors. The pieces featured in the Brooklyn Museum range from Ancient Egyptian masterpieces to contemporary paintings and sculptures that are influenced by many cultures around the world. You'll also have the opportunity to view works by some of the world's most celebrated artists such as Norman Rockwell, Mark Rothko, Georgia O'Keeffe and many more.
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Brooklyn Botanic Garden
The Brooklyn Botanic Garden is truly a sight to behold. The garden displays horticultural activity like you've never seen before. No matter the season, something is always in bloom at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Take a leisurely stroll through the many gardens and be introduced to new species of plants from around the world.
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South Street Seaport Museum
Dive into New York City's rich maritime history by paying a visit to the South Street Seaport Museum! View the cabins and decks of six historic ships dating back to the 19th Century in New York. Inside you will get to see many interesting artifacts and exhibitions that beautifully depict the origins of the city and early discoveries that were made at sea.
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International Center of Photography Museum
Take a trip to the world's leading photography and visual culture institution, the International Center of Photography Museum. Hosting up to six exhibitions each year, the ICP showcases cutting edge photo technology and skills. You'll find presentations that focus on the history of image making as well as lectures and programs within the museum.
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MoMA PS1
Visit one of the oldest and largest nonprofit art institutions in the United States and view the marvelous exhibition space at MoMA PS1. Discover some of the experimental art pieces displayed at the MoMA PS1 and experience the many performances that take place inside of the museum. Located in Long Island City, the museum is a great excuse to organize a trip to the borough of Queens. The MoMA PS1 attracts around 200,000 visitors each year that come to view their unique and historical displays.
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Little Italy
The Official Little Italy Walking Tour - Walk the ‘mean streets’ that inspired the young Martin Scorsese to become a filmmaker and discover the often troubled history of this cosmopolitan neighborhood. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires advanced reservations. Check the included guide for instructions.
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New York Botanical Garden
Explore the multitude of gardens and plant life waiting for you at the beautiful New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx. Become enthralled in the massive plant collection at the New York Botanical Garden. You can roam the 250 acres and see the 50 plus gardens that are on display. There's something at the garden for everyone, no matter their age. They even feature a children's garden with 40 interactive games and activities to entertain children while they learn about plant life.
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Museum of Jewish Heritage
A Living Memorial to the Holocaust this museum is New York’s contribution to the global responsibility to never forget. The Museum is committed to the crucial mission of educating diverse visitors about Jewish life before, during, and after the Holocaust. The third largest Holocaust museum in the world, the Museum anchors the southernmost tip of Manhattan, completing the cultural and educational landscape it shares with the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island.
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New York Hall of Science
Have a blast while learning at the exciting and educational New York Hall of Science! This hands-on technology center features over 450 interactive exhibits that teach you about science with fun and engaging activities. The NYSCI has served over a half million students with their educational programs and high-tech facility. Children of all ages are welcome to explore the 30,000 square feet occupied by the Science Playground from March through December.
193
El Museo del Barrio
The museum features a wide range of notable exhibitions that combine the elements of film, performance art, visual art and even educational programs. Over 6,500 pieces exist in the museum's collection that has been growing since its establishment in 1969. When you visit El Museo del Barrio, you'll be introduced to the many artistic landscapes relating to the Latino culture and you will also understand the significance of the museum with its place along Museum Mile. El Museo del Barrio has put together an amazing collection of art that highlights Puerto Rican artists from the founding community. Over the years, the collection has grown to also include works by Caribbean and Latin-American artists.
194
Skyscraper Museum
View New York City's great skyscrapers and architecture from Battery Park when you visit the Skyscraper Museum. The Skyscraper Museum is a gem for architectural design within the city of New York. You can explore some of the city's greatest landmarks and skyscrapers while learning about their history and technology. Inside of the museum, you will also get to learn about the designers and architects that crafted the illustrious New York City skyline.
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Harlem
Guided Harlem Highlights Bike Tour by Unlimited Biking - Explore the northern section of Manhattan on a fully-guided 2-hour Harlem Bike Tour and get to know this historic, yet the up-and-coming area of New York City. With your enthusiastic and knowledgeable tour guide, you'll learn all about Harlem's history, culture, and population and how various economic booms and busts have shaped, and continue to shape the neighborhood. your guide will even give you a glimpse into what's to come for the borough as it continues to develop in proximity to downtown Manhattan. PLEASE NOTE: Please come in on the day to check-in for the next available tour, at least one hour in advance.
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Staten Island Museum at Snug Harbor
Visit one of Staten Island's cultural gems and find exciting exhibits displaying the arts and science at the Staten Island Museum. Also known as the Staten Island Institute of Arts & Sciences, the Staten Island Museum holds an impressive collection of historic artifacts, fine art works and elements of natural sciences. Many artifacts held inside of the museum can be dated back to contemporary and ancient time periods. In addition to the museum's permanent collection, they also showcase artifacts that teach about the many species of the world and the history of Staten Island.
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Staten Island Children's Museum
Stop by the Staten Island Children's Museum and experience New York's one and only indoor-outdoor interactive museum for children. Kids will have a blast at the museum as they learn and play with several hands-on exhibitions that will teach them about bugs, water and world exploration. You will also find children's workshops and special performances are the norm at the Staten Island Children's Museum. This is a great environment for kids to learn more about the world around them as well as make friends with other children.
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Staten Island Zoo
Explore the wide spectrum of wildlife inhabiting the Staten Island Zoo and learn about your favorite species. Take a stroll around Staten Island's famous Zoo and enjoy the energetic and charismatic animals living within the 8 acres of land that the zoo occupies. Not only will you be able to visit a few of your favorite animals, you will also have the opportunity to learn about new species that you may have never seen before.
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LEGOLAND Discovery Center Westchester
Step into an Entirely LEGO®-themed world and experience 12 totally LEGO®, totally entertaining attractions at LEGOLAND® Discovery Center in Westchester, New York. PLEASE NOTE: Please Note: Adults must be accompanied by a child to enter LEGOLAND® Discovery Center at all times. "Adults-only nights" are not included with your pass.
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Escape Virtuality
Escape Virtuality is a cutting-edge VR and AR experience that allows you to go beyond the headsets into a virtual world. Escape rooms are private and require a minimum of four players. Smaller parties or those without a reservation may be offered a choice of virtual reality experiences. Weekdays have the best availability. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires advanced reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
201
Paley Center for Media
Discover some of the most popular and cutting-edge forms of media dating back to the 1920's when you visit the Paley Center for Media. Over 100,000 radio and television programs are on display at the Paley Center for Media which you can watch or listen to for up to 2 hours at a time. You'll also be able to see classic moments in television like the first moon walk or the first appearance on American television by the Beatles. The Paley Center also offers an in-depth look to the world of media with discussions featuring media and technology professionals.
202
Museum at Eldridge Street
Discover the synagogue that holds such deep significance in the Jewish History of the Lower East Side and the many artifacts that the Museum at Eldridge St. has to show. Inside of the historic synagogue is the museum in which you can find a massive collection of written letters and artifacts from the congregation of Eldridge St. The New York Times has described the museum as "gasp-inducing". You'll certainly enjoy the museum's nostalgic feel and interactive digital displays.
203
Grand Central Terminal
Marvel & DC Superheroes Tour - Visit famous NYC landmarks that are linked to iconic comic book moments, such as the Grand Central Terminal and the United Nations building in this fun and engaging tour. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires advanced reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
204
St. Patrick's Old Cathedral
The Catacombs by Candlelight Tour - Delve beneath St. Patrick’s Basilica into New York's underground passages and explore the historic Catacombs lead by atmospheric candlelight. This 1.5-hour guided tour will take you into the nave of the Basillica of St. Patrick's Old Cathedral where you will explore the faithfully departed's final resting place in the historic crypts. PLEASE NOTE: This activity requires advanced reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
205
Fraunces Tavern Museum
Explore the 5 buildings that make up Fraunces Tavern® Museum and discover their historic collection of pieces. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires advanced reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
206
Fotografiska New York
Anything but an ordinary museum, Fotografiska New York uses the power of photography to inspire a more conscious world with powerful, unparalleled exhibitions showcasing some of the world’s best photographers, housed in a historic landmark building located in the Flatiron District.
207
Wall Street
How Money Was Made: Wall Street Walking Tour - In this 2.5 informative tour your guide will take you through a history of Wall Street and introduce you to the pioneers and visionaries who made it the global financial institution it is today. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires advanced reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
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Williamsburg
NYC Bus Tour of Bronx, Brooklyn, and Queens - From the birthplace of hip-hop to the home of the much-loved Mets and plenty of cultural hotspots in between, on this tour, you'll get to grips with the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Harlem, and more. PLEASE NOTE: This activity requires reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions. Tour is in English only.
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Broadway
Broadway & Times Square Walking Tour - Looking for things to see in New York? Walk in the footsteps of the stars and lift the curtain on two of New York City's glittering districts – Broadway and Times Square. PLEASE NOTE: This activity requires reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
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Dumbo
Brooklyn Bridge and DUMBO Walking Tour - There's no better way to experience Brooklyn Bridge than taking a stroll across the architectural icon. It's one of the most photographed landmarks in NYC, and you'll get to see it from all angles on this walking tour. PLEASE NOTE: This activity requires reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions
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Chinatown
The Official Chinatown Walking Tour - Experience the sights, sounds and smells of Manhattan’s vibrant Chinatown with a guided walk through its narrow streets. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires reservations. Check the digital guide for instructions
212
Chelsea
High Line – Chelsea – Meatpacking District Neighborhood Walking Tour - Explore the famous elevated railway-turned-park high above the streets and get a totally unique perspective on New York City’s Chelsea and Meatpacking Districts. PLEASE NOTE: this activity requires reservations. Check the included digital guide for instructions.
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Empire State Building
Synonyme de New York, l'Empire State Building est une icône américaine et l'une des sept merveilles du monde moderne. Dirigez-vous vers le sommet et profitez d'une vue jusqu'à 80 miles par temps clair, en passant par Central Park, Manhattan, le New Jersey, le Connecticut et même la Pennsylvanie et le Massachusetts. ATTENTION : cette activité nécessite des réservations à l'avance. Consultez le guide numérique inclus pour obtenir des instructions. Veuillez noter que les visites de l'Empire State Building pendant les plages horaires du coucher du soleil nécessitent des frais supplémentaires de 10 $ payables directement à l'Empire State Building lors de la réservation de votre visite en ligne ou via le kiosque sur place. Nous vous recommandons de visiter après le coucher du soleil pour économiser les frais et profiter de la vue sur la ville la nuit !
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Un observatoire mondial
Situé dans le Lower Manhattan, One World Observatory offre une plate-forme d'observation ultramoderne de 102 étages au-dessus du sol. Montez directement au sommet en 47 secondes dans l'ascenseur SkyPod et plongez dans l'histoire culturelle et financière de la ville avec des expositions interactives et des discussions intéressantes animées par les ambassadeurs du circuit. ATTENTION : vous devrez faire la queue pour recevoir un créneau horaire. Nous vous recommandons de visiter le milieu de matinée ou le soir pour les temps d'attente les plus courts.
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Statue de la Liberté
Statue de la Liberté et Ellis Island Ferry - * N'inclut pas l'entrée aux niveaux du piédestal ou de la couronne à l'intérieur de la Statue de la Liberté - doit être achetée séparément. * Aucune visite à New York n'est complète sans un accueil officiel de Lady Liberty. Visitez la Statue de la Liberté et explorez Ellis Island, où plus de 12 millions d'immigrants ont été traités à leur arrivée aux États-Unis. ATTENTION : cette activité nécessite des réservations à l'avance. Cette attraction est extrêmement populaire et se remplit rapidement. S'il s'agit de l'un de vos "incontournables", réservez votre place dès que possible !
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Sommet du Rocher
Des panoramas à couper le souffle s'étendant sur des kilomètres dans toutes les directions, Top of the Rock offre la meilleure vue de New York avec sa vue parfaite sur l'Empire State Building. De jour comme de nuit, admirez les grands monuments et les gratte-ciel de la ville. ATTENTION : vous devrez faire la queue pour recevoir un créneau horaire. Nous vous recommandons d'arriver entre 9 h et 15 h pour les temps d'attente les plus courts.
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Le mémorial et musée national du 11 septembre
Le musée du 11 septembre examine en profondeur l'histoire à travers des artefacts, des témoignages et des récits de première main. Admirez les bassins réfléchissants du mémorial et admirez le paisible pavillon du mémorial du 11 septembre avant d'en apprendre davantage sur les tragédies des tours jumelles grâce à des expositions interactives respectueuses. ATTENTION : vous devrez faire la queue pour recevoir un créneau horaire. Nous vous recommandons de visiter l'après-midi pour les temps d'attente les plus courts.
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Bord NYC
Prenez de l'air sur une plate-forme de verre de 100 étages dans le ciel et laissez-vous séduire par l'architecture à la pointe de la technologie. Edge est la nouvelle attraction la plus excitante de New York, située au-dessus des fabuleux et scintillants tout nouveaux Hudson Yards !
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Le Musée d'Art Moderne (MoMA)
Ouverte en 1929, la collection d'art contemporain du MoMA est devenue l'une des meilleures et des plus importantes au monde. Expositions permanentes tournantes, collections en visite et chefs-d'œuvre emblématiques - le Museum of Modern Art est une icône de New York. Architecture, design, dessins, peintures, sculptures, photographies, estampes, livres illustrés, films et techniques mixtes, la collection du Musée d'art moderne accueille 2,8 millions de visiteurs par an. VEUILLEZ NOTER : Rendez-vous à la billetterie du MoMA et présentez votre pass pour recevoir un billet pour le prochain créneau horaire disponible.
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Musée américain d'histoire naturelle
Éveillez votre curiosité pour l'univers au bien-aimé musée d'histoire naturelle américain, vieux de 148 ans. Des expositions à couper le souffle telles que la baleine bleue de 94 pieds et le Tyrannosaurus Rex, aux spécimens de taxidermie, aux fossiles et aux artefacts anthropologiques, le musée d'histoire naturelle ne peut pas être manqué. VEUILLEZ NOTER : Cette activité nécessite une réservation préalable. Consultez le guide numérique inclus pour obtenir des instructions.
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Croisières Circle Line
Découvrez la ligne d'horizon emblématique de New York depuis l'eau avec votre choix d'excursion en bateau, du meilleur de New York à une croisière au coucher du soleil sur les lumières du port et plus encore. Émerveillez-vous devant la beauté du front de mer de New York et repérez les monuments de la ville à bord des croisières Circle Line Sightseeing. Guides primés, itinéraires célèbres, bateaux à la pointe de la technologie et vues magnifiques sur les toits de New York, complétez votre aventure à New York avec les croisières Circle Line (choix de cinq croisières à New York). VEUILLEZ NOTER : vous devrez faire la queue pour obtenir une carte d'embarquement pour l'une des croisières de la journée. Nous vous recommandons de visiter tôt le matin pour obtenir une carte d'embarquement en montrant votre pass.
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Madame Tussauds New York
Préparez vos perches à selfie. Madame Tussauds New York au cœur de Times Square est le seul endroit sans cordes ni barrières qui vous éloignent de vos stars préférées. Élue comme l'une des attractions les plus uniques de New York, Madame Tussauds vous invite à poser "dans un instant" avec les musiciens les plus emblématiques du monde, des stars de premier plan, des légendes du sport, des leaders mondiaux et plus encore. Avec plus de 85 000 pieds carrés de divertissement interactif, y compris l'expérience Mission: Undead et l'expérience Marvel Super Hero 4D, l'attraction de cire de renommée mondiale est plus grande et meilleure que jamais.
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Big Bus à New York
Une façon pittoresque et sans stress d'explorer la ville - détendez-vous pendant que les visites en Big Bus vous emmènent à travers Manhattan, découvrant tous les sites et monuments, y compris l'Empire State Building, Times Square, Central Park et la Statue de la Liberté. Visite en bus de New York la mieux notée sur TripAdvisor, Big Bus New York est le seul bus touristique avec des commentaires en direct et un accès à arrêts multiples à plus de 25 arrêts de bus situés dans toute la ville. VEUILLEZ NOTER : Le pass n'est valable que pour les boucles Uptown et Downtown.
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Musée Solomon R. Guggenheim
Chef-d'œuvre architectural de New York, le musée Guggenheim abrite l'une des plus belles collections d'art moderne au monde. Montez la grande spirale du monument et découvrez ses expositions spéciales et ses collections permanentes. Conçu par l'architecte visionnaire Frank Lloyd Wright et achevé en 1959, le musée Guggenheim est l'un des musées les plus reconnus de New York, conservant l'une des plus incroyables collections d'art impressionniste, postimpressionniste, moderne et contemporain au monde.
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Musée intrépide de la mer, de l'air et de l'espace
Un musée flottant - approchez-vous du porte-avions USS Intrepid, de la navette spatiale Enterprise, d'un Concorde de British Airways et d'un sous-marin Growler, promenez-vous dans des expositions interactives, explorez des artefacts historiques et découvrez l'histoire de l'innovation et de la bravoure américaines. Musée d'histoire militaire et maritime américaine, la collection de navires et d'avions du musée Intrepid Sea Air & Space Museum est l'une des principales institutions historiques, culturelles et éducatives des États-Unis. ATTENTION : Rendez-vous au guichet et présentez votre pass pour vous faire délivrer un billet pour le prochain créneau horaire disponible.
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Musée du sexe
Plongez dans le musée le plus torride que New York a à offrir ! Depuis plus de quinze ans, le Musée du sexe poursuit sa mission de préserver et de présenter l'histoire, l'évolution et la signification culturelle de la sexualité humaine. Le Musée produit des expositions, des expériences et des programmes qui apportent le meilleur de la science de l'art actuelle et de l'étude de la sexualité au public le plus large possible. Explorez la vaste collection d'artefacts uniques couvrant plus de 22 000 pieds carrés de galeries et d'expositions. Découvrez-en plus en visitant le célèbre magasin de détail ou en prenant un verre dans le captivant Night Fever Bar. Veuillez noter : aucun client de moins de 18 ans n'est autorisé dans le musée. Il s'agit d'une attraction réservée aux adultes.
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Atelier du musée Ground Zero
L'atelier primé du musée 9/11 Ground Zero est le premier arrêt pour les touristes avant de visiter le site du World Trade Center. Connu sous le nom de «Kid-Friendly 9/11 Museum» pour sa capacité non graphique et interactive à enseigner aux enfants ce sujet difficile de manière douce, l'atelier permet aux invités de ramasser des artefacts du WTC et a remporté le «Top 25 des musées de Trip Advisor». prix des États-Unis ». VEUILLEZ NOTER : Cette activité nécessite des réservations à l'avance. Consultez le guide numérique inclus pour obtenir des instructions.
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Musée Whitney d'art américain
Explorez l'un des musées d'art les plus importants de New York, le Whitney Museum of American Art, spécialisé dans l'art des XXe et XXIe siècles. Le Whitney fait partie des meilleurs musées d'art de New York et a constitué une collection d'art américain de renommée mondiale. Lors de votre visite au musée, vous trouverez des pièces de certaines des légendes comme Georgia O'Keeffe, Edward Hopper, Jasper Johns et Jackson Pollock. Vous trouverez également des œuvres d'artistes plus récents, car le Whitney s'est fait la réputation d'acheter des œuvres d'art aux créateurs au cours de l'année même de leur création.
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Visite du centre Rockefeller
L'un des plus grands bâtiments de l'ère de la Grande Dépression, découvrez l'histoire et les trésors du Rockefeller Center de style Art déco. Célèbre pour son arbre de Noël annuel et son patin à glace, le bâtiment abrite également une incroyable collection d'art et de sculptures. VEUILLEZ NOTER : La capacité est limitée à 10 personnes par visite et les visites sont disponibles selon le principe du premier arrivé, premier servi.
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Stade des Yankees
Yankee Stadium (Classic Tour) - Faites une visite du Yankee Stadium et découvrez l'histoire des Yankees de New York, 27 fois champions des World Series ! Approchez-vous des artefacts historiques du baseball, visitez des lieux exclusifs et découvrez les différents événements qui ont eu lieu au stade à travers l'histoire. Chaque visite est dirigée par l'un de nos guides touristiques compétents et expérimentés pour s'assurer que le voyage de chacun au Yankee Stadium est complet. VEUILLEZ NOTER : Les visites du Yankee Stadium sont populaires, nous vous suggérons d'arriver 15 minutes avant l'heure de début de votre visite classique au guichet et veuillez prévoir du temps pour la sécurité.
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Musée de la ville de New York
Situé au sommet du Museum Mile sur la Cinquième Avenue, le Musée de la ville de New York est l'endroit idéal pour explorer le passé de la ville, célébrer son présent et imaginer son avenir. Les expositions attrayantes éduquent les New-Yorkais et les visiteurs du monde entier sur le caractère distinctif de la ville, en particulier son héritage de diversité, d'opportunités et de transformation perpétuelle.
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Musée et bibliothèque de la New-York Historical Society
Explorez quatre siècles d'histoire de la ville de New York en visitant le New York Historical Society Museum. Juste en face de Central Park, apprenez-en plus sur la ville de New York et tous les Américains qui ont créé des morceaux d'histoire dans ce pays. Lors de votre visite au musée, la culture de NYC vous sera servie sur un plateau d'argent. À l'aide de photographies, de peintures et de littérature, la New York Historical Society organise des expositions et des installations étonnantes qui témoignent de la riche histoire des États-Unis.
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Église cathédrale Saint-Jean-le-Divin
Explorez l'un des principaux centres religieux du pays, la cathédrale Saint-Jean-le-Divin, et découvrez la riche histoire que ce monument a construit à New York. Faites une visite de la plus grande cathédrale du monde et découvrez la magnifique architecture romane et gothique conçue en 1888. La cathédrale Saint-Jean-le-Divin abrite également de superbes jardins dans lesquels vous pourrez apercevoir des paons errants.
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Musée des Arts et du Design
Situé au cœur de Columbus Circle, le Museum of Arts and Design vous donne l'occasion de vous arrêter et de profiter d'un grand morceau de culture ajouté au rythme effréné de New York.
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Musée des Chinois d'Amérique
Le Musée des Chinois d'Amérique (MOCA) a été fondé en 1980. Il a été créé pour protéger et mettre en valeur les 160 ans de voyages, de souvenirs et de contributions des personnes d'origine chinoise aux États-Unis. Créé par l'historien John Kuo Wei Tchen et le résident et activiste Charles Lai, le musée regorge d'expositions innovantes et de programmes éducatifs et culturels.
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Cooper Hewitt, Musée du design Smithsonian
Visitez le Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum et explorez le seul et unique musée du pays dédié au design historique et contemporain. L'unique musée Cooper Hewitt présente plus de 210 000 objets dans leur immense collection qui a été construite depuis la fondation du musée en 1897. Les objets exposés à l'intérieur remontent jusqu'à 30 siècles, mais disposent également d'une technologie de pointe des années à venir.
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Musée de Brooklyn
Mesurant environ 560 000 pieds carrés, le Brooklyn Museum est le deuxième plus grand musée d'art des États-Unis. Cela signifie que vous aurez beaucoup d'espace à explorer lors de votre visite. Le musée présente une collection massive de plus de 1,5 million d'objets exposés sur les cinq étages. Les pièces présentées au Brooklyn Museum vont des chefs-d'œuvre de l'Égypte ancienne aux peintures et sculptures contemporaines influencées par de nombreuses cultures à travers le monde. Vous aurez également l'occasion de voir des œuvres de certains des artistes les plus célèbres au monde tels que Norman Rockwell, Mark Rothko, Georgia O'Keeffe et bien d'autres.
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Jardin botanique de Brooklyn
Le jardin botanique de Brooklyn est vraiment un spectacle à voir. Le jardin affiche une activité horticole comme vous n'en avez jamais vu auparavant. Quelle que soit la saison, il y a toujours quelque chose en fleurs au Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Promenez-vous tranquillement dans les nombreux jardins et découvrez de nouvelles espèces de plantes du monde entier.
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Musée du port maritime de South Street
Plongez dans la riche histoire maritime de New York en visitant le South Street Seaport Museum ! Découvrez les cabines et les ponts de six navires historiques datant du XIXe siècle à New York. À l'intérieur, vous pourrez voir de nombreux artefacts et expositions intéressants qui dépeignent magnifiquement les origines de la ville et les premières découvertes qui ont été faites en mer.
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Musée du Centre international de la photographie
Faites un voyage dans la plus grande institution mondiale de la photographie et de la culture visuelle, le Centre international du musée de la photographie. Accueillant jusqu'à six expositions chaque année, l'ICP présente une technologie et des compétences photographiques de pointe. Vous trouverez des présentations axées sur l'histoire de la création d'images ainsi que des conférences et des programmes au sein du musée.
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MoMA PS1
Visitez l'une des plus anciennes et des plus grandes institutions artistiques à but non lucratif des États-Unis et découvrez le merveilleux espace d'exposition du MoMA PS1. Découvrez quelques-unes des œuvres d'art expérimentales exposées au MoMA PS1 et assistez aux nombreuses performances qui se déroulent à l'intérieur du musée. Situé à Long Island City, le musée est un excellent prétexte pour organiser un voyage dans le quartier du Queens. Le MoMA PS1 attire chaque année environ 200 000 visiteurs qui viennent voir leurs expositions uniques et historiques.
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Petite Italie
La visite à pied officielle de la Petite Italie - Promenez-vous dans les «rues méchantes» qui ont inspiré le jeune Martin Scorsese à devenir cinéaste et découvrez l'histoire souvent troublée de ce quartier cosmopolite. ATTENTION : cette activité nécessite des réservations à l'avance. Consultez le guide inclus pour obtenir des instructions.
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Jardin botanique de New York
Explorez la multitude de jardins et de plantes qui vous attendent au magnifique jardin botanique de New York dans le Bronx. Laissez-vous séduire par l'immense collection de plantes du jardin botanique de New York. Vous pouvez parcourir les 250 acres et voir les plus de 50 jardins qui sont exposés. Il y a quelque chose au jardin pour tout le monde, peu importe leur âge. Ils disposent même d'un jardin pour enfants avec 40 jeux et activités interactifs pour divertir les enfants tout en découvrant la vie végétale.
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Musée du patrimoine juif
Mémorial vivant de l'Holocauste, ce musée est la contribution de New York à la responsabilité mondiale de ne jamais oublier. Le Musée s'est engagé dans la mission cruciale d'éduquer les divers visiteurs sur la vie juive avant, pendant et après l'Holocauste. Troisième plus grand musée de l'Holocauste au monde, le musée ancre la pointe sud de Manhattan, complétant le paysage culturel et éducatif qu'il partage avec la Statue de la Liberté et Ellis Island.
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Salle des sciences de New York
Amusez-vous tout en apprenant au passionnant et éducatif New York Hall of Science ! Ce centre de technologie pratique propose plus de 450 expositions interactives qui vous enseignent la science avec des activités amusantes et engageantes. Le NYSCI a servi plus d'un demi-million d'étudiants avec ses programmes éducatifs et ses installations de haute technologie. Les enfants de tous âges sont invités à explorer les 30 000 pieds carrés occupés par le Science Playground de mars à décembre.
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Le Musée du Barrio
Le musée présente un large éventail d'expositions remarquables qui combinent les éléments du cinéma, de l'art de la performance, des arts visuels et même des programmes éducatifs. Plus de 6 500 pièces existent dans la collection du musée qui n'a cessé de croître depuis sa création en 1969. Lorsque vous visitez El Museo del Barrio, vous serez initié aux nombreux paysages artistiques liés à la culture latino et vous comprendrez également l'importance de la musée avec sa place le long du Museum Mile. El Museo del Barrio a rassemblé une étonnante collection d'art qui met en valeur les artistes portoricains de la communauté fondatrice. Au fil des ans, la collection s'est agrandie pour inclure également des œuvres d'artistes caribéens et latino-américains.
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Musée des gratte-ciel
Admirez les grands gratte-ciel et l'architecture de New York depuis Battery Park lorsque vous visitez le Skyscraper Museum. Le Skyscraper Museum est un joyau de la conception architecturale de la ville de New York. Vous pouvez explorer certains des plus grands monuments et gratte-ciel de la ville tout en découvrant leur histoire et leur technologie. À l'intérieur du musée, vous découvrirez également les designers et les architectes qui ont conçu l'illustre ligne d'horizon de New York.
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Harlem
Visite guidée à vélo des points forts de Harlem par Unlimited Biking - Explorez la partie nord de Manhattan lors d'une visite guidée à vélo de 2 heures à Harlem et découvrez ce quartier historique mais en plein essor de New York. Avec votre guide enthousiaste et compétent, vous apprendrez tout sur l'histoire, la culture et la population de Harlem et sur la façon dont divers booms et récessions économiques ont façonné et continuent de façonner le quartier. votre guide vous donnera même un aperçu de ce qui est à venir pour l'arrondissement alors qu'il continue de se développer à proximité du centre-ville de Manhattan. VEUILLEZ NOTER : Veuillez vous présenter le jour même pour vous enregistrer pour la prochaine visite disponible, au moins une heure à l'avance.
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Musée de Staten Island à Snug Harbor
Visitez l'un des joyaux culturels de Staten Island et découvrez des expositions passionnantes sur les arts et la science au Staten Island Museum. Également connu sous le nom d'Institut des arts et des sciences de Staten Island, le musée de Staten Island abrite une impressionnante collection d'artefacts historiques, d'œuvres d'art et d'éléments des sciences naturelles. De nombreux artefacts conservés à l'intérieur du musée peuvent remonter à des périodes contemporaines et anciennes. En plus de la collection permanente du musée, ils présentent également des artefacts qui enseignent les nombreuses espèces du monde et l'histoire de Staten Island.
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Musée des enfants de Staten Island
Arrêtez-vous au Staten Island Children's Museum et découvrez le seul et unique musée interactif intérieur-extérieur de New York pour les enfants. Les enfants s'amuseront au musée en apprenant et en jouant avec plusieurs expositions interactives qui leur apprendront sur les insectes, l'eau et l'exploration du monde. Vous trouverez également des ateliers pour enfants et des spectacles spéciaux sont la norme au Staten Island Children's Museum. C'est un environnement idéal pour que les enfants en apprennent davantage sur le monde qui les entoure et se lient d'amitié avec d'autres enfants.
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Zoo de Staten Island
Explorez le large éventail de la faune qui habite le zoo de Staten Island et découvrez vos espèces préférées. Promenez-vous dans le célèbre zoo de Staten Island et admirez les animaux énergiques et charismatiques vivant dans les 8 acres de terrain qu'occupe le zoo. Non seulement vous pourrez visiter quelques-uns de vos animaux préférés, mais vous aurez également l'occasion d'en apprendre davantage sur de nouvelles espèces que vous n'avez peut-être jamais vues auparavant.
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Centre de découverte LEGOLAND Westchester
Entrez dans un monde entièrement LEGO® et découvrez 12 attractions totalement LEGO® et totalement divertissantes au LEGOLAND® Discovery Center à Westchester, New York. VEUILLEZ NOTER : Veuillez noter : Les adultes doivent être accompagnés d'un enfant pour entrer à LEGOLAND® Discovery Center à tout moment. Les « nuits réservées aux adultes » ne sont pas incluses dans votre pass.
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Échapper à la virtualité
Escape Virtuality est une expérience VR et AR de pointe qui vous permet d'aller au-delà des casques dans un monde virtuel. Les salles d'évasion sont privées et nécessitent un minimum de quatre joueurs. Les petits groupes ou ceux qui n'ont pas de réservation peuvent se voir proposer un choix d'expériences de réalité virtuelle. Les jours de semaine ont la meilleure disponibilité. ATTENTION : cette activité nécessite des réservations à l'avance. Consultez le guide numérique inclus pour obtenir des instructions.
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Centre Paley pour les médias
Découvrez certaines des formes de médias les plus populaires et les plus avant-gardistes datant des années 1920 lorsque vous visitez le Paley Center for Media. Plus de 100 000 programmes de radio et de télévision sont exposés au Paley Center for Media que vous pouvez regarder ou écouter jusqu'à 2 heures à la fois. Vous pourrez également voir des moments classiques de la télévision comme la première marche sur la lune ou la première apparition à la télévision américaine des Beatles. Le Paley Center propose également un regard approfondi sur le monde des médias avec des discussions mettant en vedette des professionnels des médias et de la technologie.
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Musée de la rue Eldridge
Découvrez la synagogue qui revêt une importance si profonde dans l'histoire juive du Lower East Side et les nombreux artefacts que le musée d'Eldridge St. doit montrer. À l'intérieur de la synagogue historique se trouve le musée dans lequel vous pouvez trouver une collection massive de lettres écrites et d'artefacts de la congrégation d'Eldridge St. Le New York Times a décrit le musée comme « haletant ». Vous apprécierez certainement l'atmosphère nostalgique du musée et les affichages numériques interactifs.
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Terminal Grand Central
Marvel & DC Superheroes Tour - Visitez des sites célèbres de New York liés à des moments emblématiques de la bande dessinée, tels que le Grand Central Terminal et le bâtiment des Nations Unies lors de cette visite amusante et captivante. ATTENTION : cette activité nécessite des réservations à l'avance. Consultez le guide numérique inclus pour obtenir des instructions.
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Ancienne cathédrale Saint-Patrick
The Catacombs by Candlelight Tour - Plongez sous la basilique Saint-Patrick dans les passages souterrains de New York et explorez les catacombes historiques à la lueur des bougies. Cette visite guidée d'une heure et demie vous emmènera dans la nef de la Basilique de l'ancienne cathédrale Saint-Patrick où vous explorerez le dernier lieu de repos du fidèle défunt dans les cryptes historiques. VEUILLEZ NOTER : Cette activité nécessite des réservations à l'avance. Consultez le guide numérique inclus pour obtenir des instructions.
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Musée de la taverne Fraunces
Explorez les 5 bâtiments qui composent le musée Fraunces Tavern® et découvrez leur collection historique de pièces. ATTENTION : cette activité nécessite des réservations à l'avance. Consultez le guide numérique inclus pour obtenir des instructions.
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Photographie New York
Tout sauf un musée ordinaire, Fotografiska New York utilise le pouvoir de la photographie pour inspirer un monde plus conscient avec des expositions puissantes et sans précédent mettant en vedette certains des meilleurs photographes du monde, hébergées dans un bâtiment historique situé dans le quartier de Flatiron.
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Wall Street
Comment l'argent a été gagné: visite à pied de Wall Street - Dans cette visite informative 2.5, votre guide vous fera découvrir l'histoire de Wall Street et vous présentera les pionniers et les visionnaires qui en ont fait l'institution financière mondiale qu'elle est aujourd'hui. ATTENTION : cette activité nécessite des réservations à l'avance. Consultez le guide numérique inclus pour obtenir des instructions.
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Williamsburg
NYC Bus Tour of Bronx, Brooklyn, and Queens - Du berceau du hip-hop à la maison des Mets bien-aimés et de nombreux points chauds culturels entre les deux, lors de cette visite, vous vous familiariserez avec le Bronx, Brooklyn , Queens, Harlem, etc. ATTENTION : Cette activité nécessite des réservations. Consultez le guide numérique inclus pour obtenir des instructions. La visite est uniquement en anglais.
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Broadway
Visite à pied de Broadway et de Times Square - Vous cherchez des choses à voir à New York ? Marchez sur les traces des stars et levez le rideau sur deux des quartiers étincelants de New York : Broadway et Times Square. ATTENTION : Cette activité nécessite des réservations. Consultez le guide numérique inclus pour obtenir des instructions.
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Dumbo
Visite à pied du pont de Brooklyn et de DUMBO - Il n'y a pas de meilleure façon de découvrir le pont de Brooklyn que de se promener à travers l'icône architecturale. C'est l'un des monuments les plus photographiés de New York, et vous pourrez le voir sous tous les angles lors de cette visite à pied. ATTENTION : Cette activité nécessite des réservations. Consultez le guide numérique inclus pour obtenir des instructions
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quartier chinois
La visite à pied officielle de Chinatown - Découvrez les images, les sons et les odeurs du quartier chinois animé de Manhattan avec une promenade guidée dans ses rues étroites. ATTENTION : cette activité nécessite des réservations. Consultez le guide numérique pour obtenir des instructions
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Chelsea
High Line - Chelsea - Visite à pied du quartier de Meatpacking District - Explorez le célèbre parc ferroviaire surélevé qui surplombe les rues et obtenez une perspective totalement unique sur les quartiers de Chelsea et de Meatpacking à New York. ATTENTION : cette activité nécessite des réservations. Consultez le guide numérique inclus pour obtenir des instructions.
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Beckyg243
Dec 2022
Easy to purchase and use the app to get into everything. Did save a lot of money but check and compare with what you are actually going to use it for a visit. Worth signing up then not buying to then get a discount code sent through! We did find not everything can be pre-booked using the pass so things like 'edge' and 'top of the rock' we went to during quieter times (i.e. in the evening/early morning).
737jennj
Nov 2022
David at the Rockefeller Centre tour was terrific. Great experience. We love New York looking forward to more activities with our New York pass
Réponse de l'hôte
Nov 2022
Hello, Thank you for taking the time to write a review. We're happy to hear you enjoyed using the pass while visiting the Rockefeller center. Regards, Go City -MC
manda12697
Oct 2022
Bought 3 day pass for both myself & my teenage daughter. I planned ahead for what we wanted to use it for and while I haven’t done the math I know we saved money vs paying individually for everything. The app is easy to use & a good source of information. Plus I found some things to do that I normally wouldn’t have thought of. I recommend it but do your research to see if there are enough things included to make it worthwhile for you.
Réponse de l'hôte
Oct 2022
Hello Manda, Thank you for taking the time to write a review. We're happy to hear you enjoyed using the pass while visiting New York. Regards, Go City -MC

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