See the universal symbol of freedom and democracy! Avoid long ticket lines! Purchase flex tickets for the Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island. This is a must-see American attraction! Your Flex Ticket provides the roundtrip ferry ride from Battery Park and access to Liberty Island and Ellis Island, including the grounds of Liberty Island and the Ellis Island Immigration Museum. Please read full description for important information. Note: this ticket does not include access to the interior of the monument or to the crown.
Join this premier comprehensive tour of NYC, uptown to downtown. You will travel by foot, bus, and boat. Sit back and relax as your tour guide shows you New York City in the most efficient way possible.
The best way to see the Statue of Liberty when you are short on time! This one hour tour provides stunning views of Lady Liberty, Castle Clinton, Ellis Island, Governor's Island, the Brooklyn Bridge, and southern Manhattan. This cruise takes place on a water taxi.
The best way to see the Statue of Liberty when you are short on time! This one hour tour provides stunning views of Lady Liberty, Castle Clinton, Ellis Island, Governor's Island, the Brooklyn Bridge, and southern Manhattan. This cruise takes place on the Zephyr.
Let the NYC skyline set you at ease as you enjoy a complimentary champagne toast. See the Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge and more with the setting of the evening sky. Gaze into the lighted structures that create the world famous nighttime skyline that accounts for 20% of New York City's energy. Cash bar is available.
This half day bus tour features the best sites of Upper and Lower Manhattan and is fully-narrated - offered in French, German, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese. In addition, this combo tour includes a ticket to visit the Statue of Liberty / Ellis Island (not narrated).
See all the major sights in the City - a great overview of the most popular sights in New York, New York. This tour also includes a ferry ticket to visit the Statue of Liberty. This combo tour is a must for first-time visitors to the Big Apple!
The 9/11 Memorial Tour provides guided educational tours of Ground Zero and Lower Manhattan, conducted by native New Yorkers and licensed tour guides. This tour offers visitors a guided World Trade Center Tour complete with a tour of related areas of interest in Lower Manhattan. It is designed to highlight the most important and interesting aspects of Ground Zero and the history-rich area that immediately surrounds it. When you join this tour of Ground Zero and Lower Manhattan, you will discover that there is not only much to see, but even more to learn and become inspired by.
September 11, 2001 was a date that changed New York, the United States of America, and the world forever. After over 10 years of rebuilding, visitors now have a place to come together, remember that important day, and pay their respects to the fallen.
This small group walking tour is for those inextricably drawn to the World Trade Center site — who seek to comprehend firsthand the horrific events of 9/11 and pay their respects to those who perished. Knowledgeable and sensitive, your expert guide relates spellbinding stories of heroic deeds and ultimate sacrifice as you survey Ground Zero.
Discover the true stories of heroism on 9-11 and pay solemn tribute to their sacrifice on this small group walking tour in New York. You'll meet your guide within walking distance of the Ground Zero site, where you'll embark on a 2-hour journey into the bravery, passion and tragedy of September 11, 2001.
As you leave Manhattan you will see familiar New York City icons such as the Empire State Building, One World Trade Center, the Verrazano Bridge, Statue of Liberty, and Ellis Island. Enjoy views of the New Jersey waterfront: the massive Colgate, Goldman-Sachs’ high-rise offices and the trendy W hotel in Hoboken all while on this 2 hour segway tour.
New York's memorial to a day that changed America's history is the focus of this small group guided bicycle tour. This bike tour starts at Pier 84 and takes you by every downtown icon New York has to offer. You'll stop by the 9/11 Memorial where the flowing pools mark the Twin Towers and then head back to see the rest of Lower Manhattan.