Get the Most From a Visit to the Big Apple with a New York Pass
Tourists who plan on seeing lots of sites and attractions while traveling to New York City should take a look at the New York Pass. The pass offers the ability to pay one price for as many attractions as the tourist wants to see in a day. It’s a great way to get discounted admission and sometimes even allows travelers free admission into an attraction. It all depends on how the card is used.
The pass works on more than 60 attractions that include museums, skyscrapers, theaters, tours, rides, zoos and more. Some of the most popular attractions that accept the pass are the Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, Museum of Modern Art, NBC Studio Tours, New York Aquarium, New York Skyride, Guggenheim Museum and Top of the Rock Observation Deck.
Since there are so many amazing sites to see in the New York City area, it can be easy to become overwhelmed while on vacation. Fortunately, the pass comes with a free 176 page guidebook that describes all the attractions available. It also comes with maps and directions to each location. The book comes in English, German, Spanish, French and Italian in order to best serve tourists. It is a very helpful tool for planning the vacation of your life.
Planning is an important step to getting the most out of the pass, especially when visiting a city like New York. In order to see all of the exciting attractions, tourists may find it necessary to create and stick to a schedule. Schedules do not have to be so rigorous that you need a vacation from your vacation when you are finished, but taking some time to come up with a plan will help you get the most out of your visit. It’s best to use the guidebook to review hours of operation and locations to map out a schedule of events you’ll want to see each day.
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