The New York Pass is a 'smart card' - like a credit card with a computer chip inside - which allows you completely cash free entry to over 90 New York tourist attractions. It's a bit like an all-inclusive holiday - once you've bought your New York Pass you don't have to pay to get into any of the attractions covered by the pass and the more sights you see, the more money you save.
All passes now include 1 day of Big Bus double decker touring.
The smart card records when and where you first use your Pass, as well as how long the Pass will remain valid. This means your Pass is activated the moment that you first use it at an attraction or service.
Your New York Pass is then valid for the number of days that you've purchased - be it 1, 2, 3, 5, 7 or 10 days. It is important to note that a 'day' is based on a calendar day, not a 24 hour period.
Why Is New York Pass Better?
You can choose from 6 different duration types: 1, 2, 3, 5, 7 and 10 days
There are no limits to how many attractions you can see
15 busiest attractions offer Fast Track entry to NY Pass holders
There are 17 tours that Pass holders can book in advance and secure their place
You have full control on your budget, yet you can choose from 90+ NYC attractions
REDEEM AT MIDTOWN LOCATION-New York Pass desk located at the Big Bus Visitor Center, 712 7th Avenue (btwn 47& 48th Street) Open 8am -5pm Daily.
New York Pass
- Admission to over 90 top attractions in New York City
- 200-page comprehensive guide book
- Discounts at 25 top restaurants and retailers
- Line-skipping privileges at select attractions, includes 10% discount on theatre ticket purchases at CGS desks.
NOTE: The New York Pass time frame is by calendar date, starting the first time the pass is used. So start early in the morning to get the most from your pass.
Top 10 Attractions on the New York Pass
9/11 Memorial & Museum
American Museum of Natural History
Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises
Empire State Building Observation Deck
Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
Madame Tussauds New York
Museum of Modern Art
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Top of the Rock