Why I Think CityPASS is the best way to see New York City

In my opinion, the best way to do things is also the cheapest way (most of the time.) To get the best bang for your buck, you usually have to search low and high for a great option to save money and to get easy access to what you want to do!

Using CityPASS, which is available in every major city in the USA, you can see all of New York City’s best, for a price that is discounted by 42%! I highly recommend getting CityPASS for your trip to NYC, making it an affordable and accessible way to see everything. You can buy them at all major tourist attractions like the Empire State, or you can buy it here.

To show you what you are going to get for the price of $122, here is everything you will see with a CityPASS booklet.

 

The Empire State Building Experience

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Empire State

With the 5th tallest building in North America comes great views and a great experience, plus an extra great story! With CityPASS, you can see this as their most popular destination and a landmark stop for tourists in New York City.

 

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Met

Head inside the Met on famed Museum Mile for some ancient art and modern mastery. From Hellenic period statues to Van Gogh and his paintings, you will see it all in the Met.

 

Top of the Rock Observation Deck

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Imperial Rays

Want to be stunned with views like this one! Head up my favorite skyscraper in NYC, the Rockefeller Center. Best views in the city that never sleeps, go up to see downtown Manhattan from above.

Using CityPASS, you are given a choice between the Top of the Rock and the Guggenheim Museum. This one is a much better choice in my opinion.

 

Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island

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Statue

Get an even better view than this one with the choice of visiting the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, both of which greeted millions of immigrants into the United States. With reform such as the possible redaction of DACA and the impending border wall, now is as good a time as any to review on this country’s immigrant past.

 

9/11 Memorial and Museum

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Mary P. Melendez

Did you know that every day at 4:00 am, a group of people places a white rose on the name of someone who’s birthday it would be if they hadn’t died on 9/11? I didn’t either. But go see this emotional memorial underneath the One World Trade Center using CityPASS, and make sure you check out the museum inside. I list it here as one of my favorite things to do in NYC.

 

These are the absolute best things to do in New York, all included in the CityPASS, but there are even more options, like the Museum of Natural History of the Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises. Take your pick!

You get to see the most of New York using CityPASS, so go get one here in preparation for your next trip to the biggest city in America!