New York Travel: New York CityPASS


When I travel to New York, I try to do as much as possible without killing my credit card. I bet you feel the same! I always grab a New York CityPASS which covers my art, history and culture needs in one pass. The New York CityPASS is for the traveller who wants a beautifully curated trip that they can instagram about and also experience NYC at its finest.

Let’s talk about the New York CityPASS:
• One simple purchase.
• Nine consecutive days of validity, including the first day of use.
• Expedited entry at many attractions.
• Instant delivery with convenient mobile or printable ticket options.
• Adult C$ 183.42
• Child C$ 150.07

Here is what you get with your New York CityPASS:

Empire State Building
General admission entry to the 86th floor observatory, plus bonus same-night general admission (May-August between 10pm-closing; September-April between 8pm-closing)
Actual admission may vary ($57.92-$64.02) depending on date of visit.
Ages 5 & under, free.
Price includes applicable sales taxes.

American Museum of Natural History
Admission to the Museum and the Rose Center for Earth and Space, including the Hayden Planetarium Space Show or a giant-screen movie in 3D and 2D
Ages 13-17 w/ID, $22.50; Ages 2-12, $16.50; Ages 1 & under, free

The Metropolitan Museum of Art
General Admission, including three consecutive days at The Met Fifth Avenue, The Met Breuer, and The Met Cloisters, plus Audio Guide
Audio Guide, $7. Ages 12-17, $12; ages 11 & under, free. For New York State residents and New York, New Jersey and Connecticut students, the amount you pay is up to you.

Top of the Rock Observation Deck
General admission to Top of the Rock®
Ages 6-12, $34.84; Ages 5 & under, free
Price includes applicable sales taxes.

Guggenheim Museum
General admission to the Guggenheim’s collection, plus special exhibits
Ages 11 & under, free (admission prices may be lower during exhibition changeover periods)

Ferry Access to Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island
Flex ticket for one Statue Cruises ferry ride to and from Liberty Island and Ellis Island, audio guides, and admission to the Statue of Liberty Museum and Ellis Island Immigration Museum (Crown Tickets and Pedestal Access not included)
Ages 4-12, $9; Ages 3 & under, free
Price includes applicable sales taxes.

Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises
One regularly scheduled Landmark Cruise, Harbor Lights Cruise or Liberty Cruise, or a ride on the BEAST (available May-September)
(Substitute another cruise of greater value for $5.)
Ages 3-12, $31; Ages 2 & under, free

9/11 Memorial & Museum
General admission
Ages 13-17, $22; Ages 7-12, $17; Ages 6 & under, free

Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
General admission, including the Space Shuttle Pavilion, the submarine Growler and the film Story of Intrepid
Ages 5-12, $24; Ages 4 & under, free

Reviews to follow of my time at these attractions! Thank you CityPASS!

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