New York City Pass

by Concierge Matcher on September 20, 2011

New York Pass you get in free without waiting in a long line for ticketsThe New York Pass is an exciting and unique way to see the greatest tourist attractions in New York. One swipe of this electronic pass will get you through the entrances of 55 different attractions in New York City. These attractions have a diverse appeal to people of all backgrounds.

Art lovers will thrill at the opportunity to see some of the greatest museums and artwork in the world. Purchasing the New York Pass will get you into places such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and many others. You can see each of them for free once you have activated your pass.

People who are more attracted to the natural surroundings of New York will rejoice at the numerous outings that the New York Pass provides. Take a bike ride through Central Park or go on one of several different sailing boats as they cruise the waters of New York harbors. If that is not enough nature for you, head to botanical gardens in Brooklyn or on Staten Island. With your New York Pass you get in free without waiting in a long line for tickets.

If your obsession is architecture, you will probably head for the Empire State Building before anything else. With your New York Pass, you can head straight to the observation deck and look out over New York City from a quarter-mile up. Then you can descend and visit one of the many other architectural wonders in New York City, such as the Gothic and Romanesque Cathedral of St. John the Divine.

History buffs will enjoy trips to the numerous history museums around this great city. They can start with the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. Then they can follow that up with a tripNew York City Pass to the American Museum of Natural History.

Holders of the New York City Pass can get into the Tribute WTC Visitor Center before they leave New York City. Here they can take walking and audio tours that recall that infamous day in American history. The visitor center sells authorized commemorative items of the World Trade Center attacks.

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