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The Sightseeing FlexPass NYC

The Sightseeing FlexPass NYC - New York City, New York Star Rating

Duration: 2, 3, 5, 7  or 10 attractions
Location: New York City, New York

From USD
$64.00

With the SightSeeing FlexPass you can mix and match your trip with packages ranging from 2, 3, 5, 7, and 10 choices! Choose from any attraction in the brochure.  With over 100 places to use your pass you’re guaranteed to have the trip of a lifetime!  The SightSeeing FlexPass NYC is the only pass to offer entry to both the One World Observatory AND the Empire State Building. Choose a 2, 3, 5, 7 or 10 attractions pass and own the city!

With access to over 100 top New York City attractions, museums, tours, restaurants, entertainment and discounts, The Sightseeing FlexPass NYC is the most comprehensive all-inclusive pass in NYC. Choose the number of attractions to create your own NYC experience and see the city at your own pace ... More info ›

With the SightSeeing FlexPass you can mix and match your trip with packages ranging from 2, 3, 5, 7, and 10 choices! Choose from any attraction in the brochure.  With over 100 places to use your pass you’re guaranteed to have the trip of a lifetime!  The SightSeeing FlexPass NYC is the only pass to offer entry to both the One World Observatory AND the Empire State Building. Choose a 2, 3, 5, 7 or 10 attractions pass and own the city!

With access to over 100 top New York City attractions, museums, tours, restaurants, entertainment and discounts, The Sightseeing FlexPass NYC is the most comprehensive all-inclusive pass in NYC. Choose the number of attractions to create your own NYC experience and see the city at your own pace. See NYC wake up from the top of One World Observatory, take the ferry to the Statue of Liberty, head to lunch at Planet Hollywood, see uptown on a narrated double decker bus tour, hop off to see the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum, then head to the Empire State Building to see city illuminated at night! 

Choose from 2, 3, 5, 7 or 10 attractions and plan your visit. Your pass is valid for 7 days from the first day of use. Use your included Attractions and Discounts list that includes redemption points and hours of operation to help you plan your visit. 

See the Itinerary section below for a full list of attractions, tours and activities.

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American Museum of Natural History Walking Tour

American Museum of Natural History Walking Tour - New York, New York Star Rating

Duration: 2 hours
Location: New York, New York

From USD
$24.95

Explore the Rose Center for Earth and Space. Walk down the awe-inspiring path that chronicles the evolution of the universe ... More info ›

Explore the Rose Center for Earth and Space. Walk down the awe-inspiring path that chronicles the evolution of the universe. Learn the nature of galaxies, stars, and earth's geodynamics. Behold the museum's famous dioramas replicating thousands of animals in their natural habitat. Visit the massive Hall of Dinosaurs and see our famous Tyrannosaurus Rex fossil. In addition the museum's latest exhibit, the world's largest dinosaur ever found the "Titanosaur." 

This is the greatest dinosaur fossil collection in the world. General admission to the museum is included with the price of this tour.

This tour will maximize your valuable time and enjoyment of this museum. This tour de force triumph will reveal how our moon was created. Join us in celebrating the birthday of the world's oldest object at 4.4 billion years old and counting. Be introduced to the world's deadliest creature which has wipe out more humans than all the wars combined. Meet the real life Indiana Jones.

Scrutinize the world's largest collection of dinosaur bones. Crouch at the feet of the largest dinosaur ever discovered. Witness the terror of Tyrannosaur Rex. Choice which protagonist to support in the "Bone Wars."

Amuse at how an astrophysicist got embroiled in "PlutoGate." Awe at how Manhattan looked 400 million years ago. All this and more in the museum featured in the movie "A Night at the Museum." General admission is included with the price of this tour.

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Midtown Manhattan Art and Architecture Walking Tour

Midtown Manhattan Art and Architecture Walking Tour - New York, New York Star Rating

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: New York, New York

From USD
$25.00

This tour is a mash up of two tours that were developed independently, but whose overlap has resulted in this fun, quirky excursion through midtown Manhattan. Calling attention to all of the different forms of art along the way, this tour explores the connections of all of the private and public spaces, including POPS (Privately Owned Public Spaces) that interlace Midtown revealing the extensive network of underground public and private passages, atriums and other indoor and sheltered spaces that connect Hells Kitchen to Tiffany's ... More info ›

This tour is a mash up of two tours that were developed independently, but whose overlap has resulted in this fun, quirky excursion through midtown Manhattan. Calling attention to all of the different forms of art along the way, this tour explores the connections of all of the private and public spaces, including POPS (Privately Owned Public Spaces) that interlace Midtown revealing the extensive network of underground public and private passages, atriums and other indoor and sheltered spaces that connect Hells Kitchen to Tiffany's.

A complimentary oversized color-coded map accompanies the tour showing your route, and works-of-art along the way.

This walking tour meets inside the Food Emporium cafe.  It is a fully narrated tour that explains the history of zoning in New York City and the resulting built environment, and one of the least known but greatly appealing feature to the city's business district: the extensive network of pedestrian passageways, be they private, public, or the oxymoronic "privately-owned-public-spaces" (POPS) that interconnect Midtown Manhattan. On this tour one will learn all the options on bad weather days for indoor escape, the locations of all the best bathrooms, even how to get from Times Square to St. Patrick's Cathedral completely underground!

The tour goes up Fifth Avenue, where a great many POPS sweeps one through the upper class retail shopping district. We then head across to 6 1/2 Avenue, a city creation of a set of POPS that align along the same corridor for a good number blocks just east of Sixth Avenue.

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9/11 Tribute Center Admission

9/11 Tribute Center Admission - New York, New York Star Rating

Duration: Flexible
Location: New York, New York

From USD
$15.00

Visit the 9/11 Tribute Center Galleries to experience 9/11 through the stories told by those who were there. From tragedy to survival to rebuilding, our galleries connect you to the unforgettable experiences of our 9/11 community through artifacts films, images and stories.

The 9/11 Tribute Center is a project of the September 11th Families Association which brings together those who want to learn about 9/11 with those who experienced it ... More info ›

Visit the 9/11 Tribute Center Galleries to experience 9/11 through the stories told by those who were there. From tragedy to survival to rebuilding, our galleries connect you to the unforgettable experiences of our 9/11 community through artifacts films, images and stories.

The 9/11 Tribute Center is a project of the September 11th Families Association which brings together those who want to learn about 9/11 with those who experienced it. The 9/11 Tribute Center invites visitors to share personal stories of the 9/11 community: family members who lost loved ones, survivors, first responders and rescue workers, civilian volunteers, and community residents whose healing is a testament to the perseverance of the human spirit.

The 9/11 Tribute Center allows the public to personally pay tribute to 9/11 through the compelling and powerful exhibits, teacher and educational resources, and programs. They collect oral histories and visitor reflections on the effect of September 11th has on our world.

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Holdouts: A NYC Architecture Walking Tour

Holdouts: A NYC Architecture Walking Tour - New York, New York Star Rating

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: New York, New York

From USD
$30.00

This 2.5 hour walking tour around the Midtown Manhattan shows-and-tells the fascinating stories of holdouts—the intriguing side effect of Manhattan's pressure cooker real estate industry: when a property owner (or lease holder) refused to sell to a developer, forced them to rework their plans, and forever changed the city streetscape.

Stories, like the elderly lady who never knew any other home; or the poker player-like landlord who overplayed his hand; or the restauranteur whose long term lease (justifiably) demanded budget-busting sums, all add a human dimension to these transactional anomalies. And personal stories that were otherwise lost, are awesomely amplified by the everlasting impression left behind: seemingly ill-planned entrances for skyscrapers, odd shaped buildings, 20-story tall notches in office towers, are just some of the 16 examples of holdouts we'll see.

This tour is based on the book, Holdouts! By Alpern and Durst.

The tour meets inside the lower atrium of 875 Third Avenue ... More info ›

This 2.5 hour walking tour around the Midtown Manhattan shows-and-tells the fascinating stories of holdouts—the intriguing side effect of Manhattan's pressure cooker real estate industry: when a property owner (or lease holder) refused to sell to a developer, forced them to rework their plans, and forever changed the city streetscape.

Stories, like the elderly lady who never knew any other home; or the poker player-like landlord who overplayed his hand; or the restauranteur whose long term lease (justifiably) demanded budget-busting sums, all add a human dimension to these transactional anomalies. And personal stories that were otherwise lost, are awesomely amplified by the everlasting impression left behind: seemingly ill-planned entrances for skyscrapers, odd shaped buildings, 20-story tall notches in office towers, are just some of the 16 examples of holdouts we'll see.

This tour is based on the book, Holdouts! By Alpern and Durst.

The tour meets inside the lower atrium of 875 Third Avenue. This building itself is a remarkable result of holdouts; its story stands out for the questionable tactics used to “encourage” the earlier tenants relocate. The first half of the tour heads south on Third Avenue toward Grand Central Terminal, passing 7 holdouts along the way.

At 805 Third Avenue we’ll learn how Smith & Wollensky, the notable steakhouse, was the result of holdouts. At 201 East 42nd Street we'll encounter a corner lot (always a coveted piece of real estate) where a trifecta of greed—the landowner, leasee, and sub-leasee—each individually held out for such ridiculous sums that the developer walked away and built around them, explaining another odd curiosity in the city’s Midtown streetwall. We'll see how a coffee shop with a long term lease resulted in 13-story notch in a midtown office building and one shabby, forlorn looking tenement wedged in among the skyscrapers is the result.

At 42nd Street we head across town passing through Grand Central Terminal,  the world famous structure (not encumbered by any holdouts). The second half of our tour goes back uptown, but now on the other side of the tracks of Grand Central. 

At 342 Madison Avenue we’ll learn the absurd history of the Canadian Pacific Building, the result of two holdouts along a street: non-adjacent, and neither a corner lot, the effect was a building in the shape of a capital “E”. It would have financially devastating results. We pass more holdouts as we head west to Sixth Avenue. At 1166 Sixth Avenue we come to one of the most surprising manifestations of a holdout in the city’s built environment: the inordinately tall trees of a midblock corporate plaza. Their roots are able to grow deep in the undisturbed earth that was the foundation of a now gone brownstone home. At Rockefeller Center we’ll see one of the most well-known holdouts, the Magnolia Bakery building, a block from Radio City Music Hall. It was once Hurley’s Saloon, theirs and a few other fascinating stories are associated with the holdouts of Rockefeller Center’s development.

We end the tour at 54th Street and Madison Avenue. It is typical insofar as being a restaurant-type hold out, and yet it is awesome in its effect on the skyscraper at the street level, with the mini-monumental Egyptian-style-battered-walls entrance for the restaurant there today, Papillon.

And each one, each holdout’s history has attached to it some human story, an ache, need, or desire that overcame the power of developer’s pocketbook. Here is a tour that truly humanizes the streets of the city.

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World Trade Center 911 and Ground Zero Walking Tour

World Trade Center 911 and Ground Zero Walking Tour - New York, New York Star Rating

Duration: 2 hours
Location: New York, New York

From USD
$24.95

This two-hour tour details the heroism of New York City's firefighters and the survivors of stairwell "B." Walk in their path and learn how 16 people withstood the collapse of the north tower. Discover the miracle of the 911 surfer, who rode down with 88 stories of falling debris ... More info ›

This two-hour tour details the heroism of New York City's firefighters and the survivors of stairwell "B." Walk in their path and learn how 16 people withstood the collapse of the north tower. Discover the miracle of the 911 surfer, who rode down with 88 stories of falling debris. In addition, grasp how the new World Trade Center was designed and constructed. This is the definitive walking tour of Ground Zero and the 911 Memorial Plaza. A portion of the proceeds from this tour will be donated to the Non-Profit FDNY Foundation.

Starting at the historical St. Paul's Chapel, the little chapel that withstood the destruction of the events of 911, you'll learn its ties to the birth of our nation. The tour also introduces FDNY Captain John Jonas and his team "the Dragon Fighters." There we'll continued to an overlook of the World Trade Center Memorial Plaza. From this vantage, one could see the entire complex which includes One World Trade Center, the Reflecting Pools, and the 911 Museum.   

The tour proceeds to the World Financial Center. Here you learn about the little known Operation Aegis. The largest rescue by sea in history. Where over 500,000 civilians were evacuated by watercrafts of all sizes. Next we'll visit the reconstructed Winter Gardens, the $60 million 10 story glass pavilion that was devastated during the attacks of September 11th. Next we'll visit the Eleven Tears Memorial, dedicated to the eleven American Express employees lost on that day.

Concluding at the new World Trade Center complex, your guide will detail its design and construction. The guide will also cover the mystery of the lost gold and silver reserves of Building Four. In addition, you'll learn about the Survivor Tree, its resilience, survival and rebirth.

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