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Save Money and Have Fun with the Very Best!
The New York City Pass includes 6 attractions (3 preset tickets and 3 option tickets). They are:
1. Empire State Building
2. American Museum of Natural History
3. The Metropolitan Museum of Art
4. Top of the Rock Observation Deck OR Guggenheim Museum
5. Ferry Access to Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island OR Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises
6. 9/11 Memorial & Museum OR Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
How to get the CityPASS?
You don't need to print the e-ticket in exchange for the ticket booklets.
Present the e-ticket sent by us on mobile phone, present a valid passport or ID, and scan the QR code to enter the included attractions.
Guests should travel within 180 days after completing the purchase.
How to use the CityPass?
Simply present your CityPASS tickets at each attraction for entry.
CityPass has a 9 consecutive days of validity, including the first day of use.
You can split up and visit the attractions in any order.
You'll get to skip many ticket lines with your CityPASS tickets, but you may encounter lines on the busiest days, and you may need to pass through security at some attractions.
There are 3 option tickets included in the CityPASS, you can choose one of each group of attractions to visit.
If you're using CityPASS ticket booklets, please don't remove the perforated tickets, or they'll be considered invalid. Leave them in place for the pros at the attractions to tear out.
Love the CityPASS!
You'll love using CityPASS tickets. We've hand-picked the top attractions for you, so you don't need to spend time researching. And you'll enjoy significant savings up to 43% over regular admission prices. Your New York CityPASS tickets are good for 9 days, you can visit the attractions at your own pace—see several attractions in one day, or spread them out over your whole trip.
Coupons are available on the back of tickets booklet, which save you a lot on shopping, dining, entertainment, and transportation. In addition, you can enjoy discounts on unique souvenirs and gifts in many attraction stores. And the booklet also provides you with tips, the time and method of visiting the attractions, maps etc., so that you can have a wonderful trip.
Child ticket policy
New York CityPASS tickets can be a great option for traveling with children of any age. CityPASS tickets provide a significant cost savings on regular admission tickets for children starting at age 6 (6-17).
Children under age 6 may be eligible for free or discounted admission at some attractions (as seen below); however, some attractions may require you to stand in the main ticket line to secure a free/discounted child's ticket - a step you may be able to skip by having youth CityPASS tickets.
Empire State Building - Actual admission may vary ($54.87-$60.97) depending on date of visit. Ages 5 & under, free.
American Museum of Natural History - Ages 2-5, $16.50; 1 & under, free
The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Ages 5 & under, free
Top of the Rock Observation Deck - Ages 5 & under, free
Guggenheim Museum - Ages 5 & under, free
Ferry Access to Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island - Ages 4-5, $9; 3 & under, free
Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises - Ages 3-5, $31; 2 & under, free
9/11 Memorial & Museum - Ages 5 & under, free
Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum - Ages 3-5, $24; 2 & under, free