Exploring New York City's great cultural centers doesn't have to cost a fortune. New York City's tourism department offers a variety of passes that offer special perks and savings.
Want to check out a variety of attractions, including the Empire State Building Observatory and the American Museum of Natural History, all while saving money AND skipping the lines? Then consider the New York CityPASS. Valid for nine days, this pass is $79 for adults, saving you 49% off admission prices at six top NYC attractions.
If you will be spending more time in the city (up to a month), then try the New York Explorer Pass. This customizable savings card, priced between $69.99 to $189.99 for adults, allows you to choose from three to 10 tours or attractions and visit them at your leisure during the 30-day period. In total, you can expect to save 45% off admission prices.
The New York Pass is great if you are looking for a little bit of everything during your visit to NYC. You can customize the pass for up to seven days and gain access to more than 70 attractions. In addition, you can save on Broadway shows, shopping and dining. The pass costs between $80 and $200 for adults.
Want to explore downtown Manhattan? Then consider the Downtown Culture Pass, which gives you three days of unlimited admissions to eight downtown museums. In addition, the pass offers gift shop discounts and a walking tour. Priced at $25 for adults, this pass lets you save 67% off admission prices.
For more information and to purchase these passes, visit NYCgo.com.