Sightseeing Routes and PassesThe Downtown Tour picks up passengers at Times Square, arguably the most famous point in Midtown Manhattan. You may hop on the signature bus between 47th and 48th streets along 7th Avenue. Considered one of NYC's busiest rapid transit hubs, the Times Square subway station is conveniently located within walking distance of the tour's departure point. The Uptown Tour departs from a designated stop near the corner of 50th Street and 8th Avenue in Midtown. The Brooklyn Tour starts near the New York City Hall, which is situated close to the Financial District. You can also board the Best of Manhattan Tour in the heart of the Broadway’s Theater District. Click to book your NYC Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour. Once you purchase a valid CitySightseeing New York ticket, you can hop on and off the double-decker buses as many times as you'd like throughout the day. The enthusiastic tour guides reveal fascinating facts about all of the attractions in sight. These passionate individuals often provide personal insight and other details that you won't get from standard travel brochures. The Sightseeing Day Pass and Sightseeing FLEX Pass are available for most of the tours. For example, you have one calendar day to redeem the Sightseeing Day Pass for the Brooklyn Tour. You have up to 10 days to enjoy this type of pass for the Downtown Tour. Additionally, passengers with valid tickets get the exclusive Fast Track Pass that provides expedited entry into popular landmarks and restaurants in the Big Apple.
Top AttractionsThe CitySightseeing New York tours take passengers to the most visited attractions in NYC. If you're heading downtown, you can stop near One World Trade Center and the 9/11 Memorial & Museum. Want to see the Statue of Liberty? You'll also need to take the Downtown Tour to the official ferry docks at Battery Park. From the Top of the Rock Observation Deck to Broadway Theaters, Midtown's best attractions are clearly visible from the tour buses. The Brooklyn Tour offers great views of the historic Brooklyn Bridge and many other adjacent cultural attractions, like the Brooklyn Museum. The Uptown Tours lead to Museum Mile and Central Park. You can hop off the bus and visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art or other venues along the elegant Museum Mile. Click here to book all New York City Tours
Published On: 2019-10-22
Updated On: 2019-10-22
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