New York Most Fabulous Trip


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New York is a city that’s always celebrating something, and summer is one of the best times to visit. Outdoor concert season is in full swing. Free movies and theatrical performances fill the city’s parks, street vendors are everywhere, and street fairs abound. But subway platforms can get steamy, lines can get long, and temperatures can soar among the city’s high-rises.

Tour Plan

Arrive at one of the New York International Airports and transfer independently to your hotel.

Empire State Building Observatory: general admission & audio tour
American Museum of Natural History & Rose Center: general admission & Hayden Planetarium Space Show
Guggenheim Museum: general admission
Museum of Modern Art: general admission
The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Cloisters: VIP general admission including all special exhibitions, $1 off Audio Tour, and same-day admission to The Cloisters
Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises: one 2-Hour Harbor or Harbor Lights Cruise, or 75 minute Liberty Cruise available May 1 – Oct 31, or The Beast Speed Boat, or Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island (priority entry at security check-in; general admission to both Liberty Island and Ellis Island Immigration Museum)

The tour includes 4 separate double decker tour loops that allow you to enjoy the best of Manhattan, Brooklyn and Harlem with 72 Hours of unlimited hop-on, hop-off opportunities at over 50 stops! See everything from Times Square to Battery Park to the Empire State Building to Harlem: Soho, Chinatown, Little Italy, Rockefeller Center, Central Park, Apollo Theater, Fifth Avenue, Manhattan Bridge, Brooklyn and more!

Take a leisurely walking tour through beautiful Central Park, New York’s most famous backdrop. As your guide escorts you to over 40 movie locations housed within the park’s borders, you’ll be amazed how many movies you’ve seen that have been filmed right here! See for yourself why this Park was the setting for so many scenes that have made you laugh and cry over the years. In addition to movie locations, this tour is a unique way to explore historic Central Park with a knowledgeable guide. Designed by the famous landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted in the 1850s, Central Park has since captured the imagination of moviemakers and watchers the world over.

Top of the Rock is a six-level observatory atop the Art Deco skyscraper, 30 Rockefeller Plaza. The upper decks are 850 feet above street level. Views include some of the city’s most prominent landmarks from the Chrysler Building to the Brooklyn Bridge and from Central Park to the Hudson and East Rivers.

Transfer independently to the airport in time for your departure flight.

We hope to welcome you back to New York as soon as possible.

Tour Map