The New York Pass

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All-inclusive pass with 100+ unique experiences in 1 pass.

New York is a diverse, fascinating city with endless sightseeing options. See it all with the ultimate New York attraction ticket! With the New York Pass enjoy admission to over 100 top New York attractions including the Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, Top of the Rock, The Edge, 9/11 Memorial & Museum and more......

Our guide to The New York Pass ®

The New York Pass is your all-inclusive digital ticket to Sightseeing in New York allowing you to enjoy free entrance to over 100 top attractions, free 1-day hop-on hop-off bus tour, exclusive deals and offers and a comprehensive full-colour guidebook!!

With The New York Pass, you don’t have to pay for admission at any of the included attractions; they’re all on your pass meaning the more attractions you visit, the more you can save. And with instant access on your smartphone (or print-at-home ticket) there is no redemption needed at the destination, saving you time to see and do more.

In fact, the New York Pass pays for itself (and significantly more) in no time once you start visiting attractions.

The pass comes in 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 or 10-day increments and is open-dated - The pass is activated the first time it is used and is valid for the consecutive number of days purchased.

Highlights include: 

  • Empire State Building Observatory
  • Edge
  • Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Immigration Museum - Ferry Ticket
  • Top of the Rock™ Observation Deck
  • 9/11 Memorial & Museum
  • One World Observatory
  • Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
  • New York Yankees Game Tickets


The New York Pass allows you admission to all the attractions listed below (individual attractions can be withdrawn at any time without notice):

*A separate Monument Pass is required to go inside the Statue pedestal and observation deck and is NOT included with your New York Pass. A limited number are available for free each day at the Statue Cruises box office. Plan to arrive early in the morning if you would like one since they are first come first serve and go fast!

Included attractions (subject to change without notice): 

  • Empire State Building Observatory
  • Edge
  • Top of the Rock™ Observation Deck
  • 9/11 Memorial & Museum
  • Big Bus 1-Day Downtown & Uptown Hop-on Hop-off Tour
  • One World Observatory
  • Statue of Liberty Ferry and Ellis Island Immigration Museum
  • American Museum of Natural History
  • Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
  • Madame Tussauds Admission + MARVEL Universe 4D
  • Best of NYC Cruise by Circle Line
  • Central Park Bike Rental by Unlimited Biking
  • Intrepid Museum
  • Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
  • Harbor Lights Cruise by Circle Line
  • New York Yankees Game Tickets
  • New York Highlights Bike Tour
  • Madison Square Garden All Access Tour
  • Liberty Super Express Cruise
  • Rockefeller Center Tour
  • RiseNY
  • St. Patrick’s Cathedral Tour
  • Landmark Cruise by Circle Line
  • Brooklyn Bridge Bike Rental by Unlimited Biking
  • Whitney Museum of American Art
  • Central Park Bike Tour by Unlimited Biking
  • Catacombs by Candlelight Tour
  • Liberty Cruise by Circle Line
  • Statue at Sunset Cruise
  • See 30+ Top New York Sights Walking Tour
  • Brooklyn Bridge and DUMBO Neighborhood Tour
  • SoHo Little Italy Chinatown Walking Tour
  • Brooklyn Bridge Guided Bike Tour by Unlimited Biking
  • Broadway and Times Square Tour
  • NYC Bus Tour of Bronx, Brooklyn, and Queens
  • Fotografiska New York
  • 3 Virtual Reality Experiences
  • 9/11 Museum Workshop: Hands-On 9/11 Tour
  • Museum of Sex
  • Central Park TV & Movie Sites Walking Tour
  • Food On Foot Tours
  • Museum of the City of New York
  • Marvel & DC Superheroes Tour
  • Harlem Gospel Tour by Inside Out Tours
  • Yankee Stadium Tours
  • How Money Was Made: Wall Street Walking Tour
  • The Official Chinatown Walking Tour
  • New York Botanical Garden
  • High Line Chelsea Meatpacking Tour
  • Pride Walking Tour
  • Graffiti & Street Art Walking Tour of Brooklyn
  • Brooklyn Botanic Garden
  • Deno's Wonder Wheel
  • The Official Little Italy Walking Tour
  • NYC TV & Movie Bus Tour
  • Shake, Rattle & Roll Dueling Pianos Show
  • Harlem Jazz Series
  • Greenwich Village Walking Tour
  • The Cathedral of St. John the Divine
  • Museum of Arts and Design
  • Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
  • Lower East Side Food and Culture Walking Tour
  • New York City News Media Walking Tour
  • Greenwich Village at Night Walking Tour
  • Harlem Walking Tours
  • Top of the High Line and Hudson Yards Tour
  • New Museum
  • The Skyscraper Museum
  • New York Historical Society
  • Museum of Jewish Heritage
  • Best of Brooklyn Walking Tour in Williamsburg
  • Taste of New York Brooklyn Brewery - Free Beer
  • Fraunces Tavern® Museum
  • NYC Slavery and Underground Railroad Tour
  • Ghosts of Greenwich Village Tours
  • Museum at Eldridge St.
  • International Center of Photography
  • New York Hall of Science
  • SEA LIFE Aquarium New Jersey
  • LEGOLAND® Discovery Center New Jersey
  • South Street Seaport Museum
  • Staten Island Zoo
  • Surrey Rental on Governors Island
  • MoMA PS1
  • LEGOLAND® Discovery Center - Westchester
  • Staten Island Museum
  • Staten Island Children's Museum
  • Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden
  • The Paley Center for Media
  • Harlem Gospel Concert by Harlem One Stop
  • Masters of the Camera
  • New York City Sketching Art Tour
  • The Bowery Historic District Walking Tour
  • Clipper City Tall Ship: Daytime Sail or City Lights Sail
  • Perfect Picnic
  • Holiday Markets & Lights Tour (seasonal)
  • Christmas Lights Walking Tour of Brooklyn (seasonal)
  • Butterbeer Experience at Harry Potter New York
  • LEGOLAND New York Resort
  • Solve The Murder by The Empire State Building

Terms and conditions

Terms and conditions for The New York Pass

  • A gate-ready The New York Digital Pass, will be uploaded instantly to your Customer Account upon full payment. Download your The New York Pass Ticket(s) directly to your smartphone (or print in advance if you do not have a smartphone) and present the QR code at the entrance to each New York attraction or experience when prompted.
  • Some featured attractions may require advanced reservations. The steps required for making reservations may be found under the 'Reservations' section of the The New York Pass digital guidebook (download instructions will be included with your documentation). It is your responsibility to check each attraction’s admission policies, hours of operation, and special instructions for getting in before you go.
  • Please note visits to the Empire State Building need to be pre-booked and it is not possible to book sunset time slots with your pass. We suggest booking for an evening slot to enjoy sweeping views of Manhattan's city lights at night.
  • The New York Pass is activated the first time you use it and is then valid for the number of consecutive days purchased.
  • You can visit each attraction just once with the New York Pass. 
  • There is no refund for any unused days.
  • *Attractions can be withdrawn at any time without notice. There are no refunds if a particular attraction is withdrawn.
  • Cancellation Policy: Tickets can be cancelled for free up to your holiday departure date provided that you have not already used your ticket to pre-book attractions.


Frequently Asked Questions for The New York Pass ®

General Information

  • What is The New York Pass?

    The New York Pass is a sightseeing pass that grants you access to over 100 top attractions, tours, and museums in New York City for a fixed duration, usually 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, or 10 days.

  • How does The New York Pass work?

    It's simple! You purchase The New York Pass for your desired duration. Then, you can use it to gain admission to any of the included attractions without additional ticket fees during your pass's validity.

Ticket Information

  • Can I skip the lines with The New York Pass?

    Yes, in many cases, you can skip the ticket lines at popular attractions, saving you valuable time.

  • How do I activate The New York Pass?

    Your pass is activated the first time you use it at an attraction or when you collect it at a redemption point. From that point, your pass is valid for the number of consecutive days you purchased.

  • Is transportation included with The New York Pass?

    No, The New York Pass does not include transportation. However, some passes offer options for adding a hop-on-hop-off bus tour to your package.

  • Can I visit the same attraction more than once with The New York Pass?

    No, the pass typically allows you to visit each attraction once during its validity.

  • Are the passes valid for consecutive days?

    Yes. For example, if you begin using your 3-day Pass on a Tuesday it will be valid for the Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of that week.

  • Is there a limit to how many attractions I can visit in one day?

    There is no limit at all. You can visit 5 or 50 attractions if you wish - as long as your stamina holds up!

  • Will I get access to the Crown of Statue of Liberty with the Pass?

    The Pass grants you a free round-trip ferry ticket to visit the Statue of Liberty, as well as Ellis Island and access to the Immigration Museum. However, admission to the Crown of Statue of Liberty is not included.

  • Can I use my New York Pass as a ticket to get on a Big Bus Tours double-decker bus?

    No. You must present your New York Pass at a Big Bus ticket office to receive a Big Bus ticket. You present your ticket to get on and off of the Big Bus Tours double-decker buses. The ticket centres are all centrally located: 716 7th Avenue with 48th Street; 214 West 43rd Street, west of Broadway; 237 West 42nd Street, just east of 8th avenue.