There are lots of interesting sights and attractions in New York and most attractions charge an entrance fee. To save time and money it's a good idea to buy your tickets before you leave home. One example is the Statue of Liberty that could have really loooong queues at the ticket office and then when you have bought your ticket, you should go to the next line to get on the ferry. With your ticket bought in advance, you can go directly to the ferry line.
We work with CitySights NY where you can purchase your tickets. After purchas you get a voucher by email which you can print out and take with you to New York. In the email you receive after purchasing it says where you have to go to pick up your tickets. For more information about picking up tickets see the CitySights NY website under "Menu / FAQ and Ticket pick up." We also work together with Viator that have a great number of different attraction and sightseeing tickets in New York.
Buy your tickets online before you go. Often there is discounts when buying the tickets online!
One World Observatory
Pre-purchase your admission to the One World Observatory
One World Observatory opened in May 2015. Do not miss this observatory during your visit to New York. The elevator takes you to the 102 floor in under 60 seconds. The viewpoint is on the 100 floor and here you have a fantastic panoramic view of New York. On a clear day you can see as far as 80 km.
NOW! Special price on entry ticket to One World Observatory Only 28 USD (reg price 34 USD). Offer valid only at online purchase!
Empire State Building
One of New York's most famous attractions is the Empire State Building. Go up to 86th floor and get a great view over the city. You see Top of the Rock from here. Opened to visitors in 1931.
Top of the Rock
Top of the Rock is an observation deck at Rockefeller Center. There are large areas on the 70th floor to walk around and look in all directions. You can see the Empire State Building from here.
Empire State + Top of the Rock
Combine both the Top of the Rock and the Empire State Building. Visit one during the day and the other in the evening. It will be a totally different experience to see New York, both in daylight and night time.
Frihetsgudinnan + Ellis Island
In the morning you go out to the Statue of Liberty along with your guide. You`ll get priority boarding on the boat out. Here you will stop for a moment and enjoy the statue. Then you go the short way to Ellis Island. We just say .... go off here and soak up the history of the museum.
Madison Square Garden Tour
Visit the world's most famous arena - Madison Square Garden. See the place where international artists perform and get to see the New York Rangers dressing room (with restriction on match days). You walk around with a guide that shows you many behind-the-scenes areas.
Radio City Music Hall Tour
Go behind the scenes at Radio City Music Hall with a guidel. It's a beautiful theater with art-deco interior. Here you get to go behind the scene where visitors are otherwise not allowed. Many famous artists have performed here over the years. Also get to meet a Rockettes.
Statue of Liberty by night (1 hour)
Go for a boat ride when the sun sets over New York. You get to see the Statue of Liberty lit and not only that, but the entire New York City Skyline with One World Trade Center, Empire State Building and the Brooklyn Bridge. An evening that you will remember for long.
Down Town Tour (24 hours) + Frihetsgudinnan + Empire State Building
Combo ticket: Hop-on / Hop-off bus around Downtown Manhattan during a day and a ticket to the Statue of Liberty. Do not miss to step of at the old Immigration station Ellis Island. Also included is an entrance ticket to Empire State Building.
Ferry to the Statue of Liberty
A must on your New York visit is a trip out to the Statue of Liberty. At the same time, you get a fantastic view of New York's skyscrapers. Stroll around on Liberty Island and stop at Ellis Island as well. A really interesting museum.
Click the play button under the movie or in the movie screen to start the movie.
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The Natural History Museum
Those of you who have seen the movie "Night at the museum" where Ben Stiller had to take care of all animals and people that came to life at night will love it.
Go on a guided tour of the World Trade Center Memorial + entrance to the One World Observatory
You meet your guide at St. Paul's Chapel and go together to the WTC Memorial. Here you go around and hear stories about the area and what happened on September 11, 2001. After about 1.5 hrs the tour is over and then you head to the One World Observatory.
Please note that you need to buy a combined ticket that includes the Observatory when you make your reservation. Book through the booking link below.
You may stay as long as you wish inside the observatory. But try to have 1-2 hours. The entrance can be found on West Street (corner of Vesey Street). Map