Explore New York City's most iconic attractions at your own pace with the All City NYC Pass. Choose between 2, 3 or 5 Day options and travel at your own pace. Hop-On / Hop-Off on the Downtown and Uptown Tours provides you with a convenient and flexible way to take a bite out of the Big Apple.
Discover the sights of Brooklyn and The Bronx, and enjoy New York City illuminated at night on the Night Tour. Snap photos of The Statue of Liberty on our 75-minute Liberty Cruise. Included: Free 2-hour Bike Rental with any Bike Rental Purchase, and Free Admission to The Museum of the City of New York.
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The bus tours were great! Although both days were sizzling hot in NYC, the sights were still something to behold. The liberty cruise was the best bit! Buying the tickets from Viator was certainly a bargain.
This was a great experience. Good value for money and saw all the important sights. Only disappointment was the liberty cruise wasn't running due to the weather but can't blame the company for that!
My friend recommended me to this tour and it was worth trying! Overlooking NYC from the top decker gave me a whole new perspective - one that's different from the movie scenes but as good! The cruise was good too even though it does not dock at the island just cruising around, but taking pictures from afar is better for capturing the whole statue.
Very good value. Live tour guide.
This was really good and well worth the money paid for. The tour bus driver's name is Byron. He is knowledgeable and takes the time to stop the bus, come upstairs and share important information about the city. The Statue of Liberty boat tour was also great. We took the 3:00 P.M. They had organized it rather well. The only drawback to the tour is that the bus that took us to the boat tour was totally open-top. Taking into account the time of the year and time of the day, one could expect the tour organizers to have provided for covered double-decker.
It's a great way to get a general overview of NYC even for a Long Islander like myself. The Statue of Liberty Cruise was also pretty good, giving us many chances to take photos near the statue the boat goes near it, but you don't get off as well as the classic downtown skyline view you see in movies. The bus is definitely not the best way to get from point A to point B. The stops are sometimes hard to find at the less busier areas, the bus arrival times are unpredictable no timetable, and the city traffic makes it a tedious way to travel. Definitely use it to get your bearings on the city though.
This tour is difficult to access because vouchers have to be redeemed at a certain address rather than on the bus. This meant a search to find the address which is a private-looking office. Other companies can be paid for at the bus. The commentary does not work well as we had almost always passed the point of interest by the time we were told about it.
The buses, drivers and guys on the street were great! However, the green buses were not as regular as the red although provided different routes and the worst bit was that having bought the ticket through viator the paperwork says to go the the guys on the street to get our tickets, they couldn't, you have to go to the office, which is very difficult to find luckily their guys took us and the office staff were appalling!
Happy to chat to the postman and other people in the office but was off hand in the extreme to the guy who showed us the way and was extremely rude to us, would not make eye contact and literally threw a pen with receipt at us to sign for the tickets! Now being slightly annoyed to say the least I then insisted on getting her to confirm we needed to sign the receipt after which she turned back and accused us of being rude!!!!
You can get around much quicker and more efficiently walking and taking the subway. We were stuck in traffic for hours. There is not a personal tour guide like I read on some reviews, it's a automated recording that mentions a few things here and there and plays music the rest of the time. That said, perhaps we were just stuck in traffic for so long there wasn't much to see. We had to take the detour the first day and couldn't even go where we were supposed to and the second day was a bit better, but we decided to jump off and take the subway to where we wanted to go.
Buses are old. They are not well signed around the Times Square Area. More evident around midtown 42nd street. Best go with another bus company as they seem to be everywhere. Also, the free Liberty Cruise ran out of fuel just as we were on the return approach to the Statue . We had to turn back, no refund, no photos, Nothing. Very poor.
You will have 2, 3, or 5 days to hit all the stops of your tour: snap pictures on a Double Decker Bus Tour, learn about the rich history of the city at Museum of The City of New York, and enjoy the skyline from our Liberty Cruise.
Explore Downtown, Uptown, Brooklyn, or The Bronx, and see New York City at Night. Your pass also includes our 75-minute Downtown Liberty Cruise, getting you up close to the Statue of Liberty. Other perks include museum admission and a 2-hour free Bike Rental with any Bike Rental purchase. With the help of an automated and live tour guide, you and your family couldn't find a more thorough and exciting sightseeing tour. Whether visiting for the first time or a New York native, you're guaranteed to fall in love with the city all over again. So why wait? Take a bite out of the Big Apple with TopView Sightseeing!