Things to do in New York

Looking for things to do in New York? There’s plenty! What about the iconic Empire State Building, the Brooklyn Bridge and the Statue of Liberty? These are just a few of the classic things you have to see and do in New York! But what about other exciting things to do? Have you thought about taking a helicopter ride? What about seeing the skyline with a boat tour? I’ve made a selection of it all.

Eric’s Tip: If you purchase a discount pass such as the New York Pass you can see a lot of New York’s attractions without having it put a strain on your wallet.
New York Helicopter Tour

New York Helicopter Tour

A New York helicopter tour is an amazing, once in a lifetime experience. Not to mention: the amazing views of Manhattan! Book in advance to take advantage of these incredible…

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New York Helicopter Tour Routes

New York Helicopter Tour Routes

What do you see exactly when you take a helicopter tour of New York? Click here to see photos from a helicopter tour. But what is the route that the…

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Hop-on Hop-off Bus in New York

Hop on Hop off Bus in New York

The Hop on Hop off bus in New York is a good way to explore the city. These buses, also called sightseeing bus tours or HOHO buses drive through Manhattan,…

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Circle Line Boat Tour

Cruises by Day

There are a number of boat tours during the day that are perfect for sightseeing in New York. Ranging from tours of just 60 minutes to 2.5 hours, you can decide how…

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Special Ocassion Cruises New York

Dinner Cruises

Taking one of the dinner cruises in New York is a great way relax and go sightseeing. Enjoy the luxurious Bateaux dinner cruise or go for a buffet with live…

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New York Pass
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New York Pass

The New York Pass is a great option if you want to experience everything New York has to offer by seeing and doing a lot. You pay a fixed price…

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New York Bus and Attractions Package
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New York Bus Tour and Attractions Discount Package

The ‘New York Bus Tour and Attractions Discount Package’, also known as the FreeStyle Pass, is a good choice if you would like to take the Hop on Hop off…

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New York CityPASS

New York CityPASS

The New York CityPASS is a real must-have if you are visiting New York for the first time. For adults you pay around £96 and for children up to 18 years…

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Big Bus in New York

Big Bus in New York is one of the Hop on Hop off Bus tour operators in the city. Big Bus provides bus tours worldwide in sixteen different countries in…

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Difference between New York Discount Passes

The Difference Between the New York CityPASS and the New York Pass

There are a range of New York discount passes that you can purchase before you go on holiday. The most popular passes are the New York CityPASS, the New York Pass and the…

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New York Explorer Pass

New York Explorer Pass

With the New York Explorer Pass you can choose how many attractions you want to visit. There are almost 50 top attractions, tours and activities to choose from. Everything is included in…

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One World Observatory in New York

One World Observatory Tickets

One World Observatory tickets are available to visit the observation deck on the 102nd floor in New York. The observation deck has three levels each with a 360 degree view…

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Empire State Building Tickets

Buying your Empire State Building tickets before you go to New York saves you time. The Empire State Building is one the most famous buildings in New York, and with…

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Top of the Rock in New York

Top of the Rock Tickets

Buy your Top of the Rock tickets before you go to New York. The Top of the Rock observation deck is on the 70th floor of 30 Rockefeller Plaza. The…

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9/11 Memorial in New York

9/11 Memorial in New York

The 9/11 Memorial in New York, is the name of the memorial site at Ground Zero, that was built to honour the victims of the attacks at the World Trade…

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Statue of Liberty

Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty is one of the best known symbols for New York. It symbolises political freedom and democracy. Located in New York Harbour, it is seen as the…

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Ellis Island in New York

Ellis Island

Ellis Island is known to many as the island of immigration; here millions of immigrants were granted entrance to the United States to fulfil their dreams. After all, America was…

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Central Park in New York

Central Park

Central Park is a large park in the middle of Manhattan. Spanning from 59th to 110th Street (and from Fifth to 8th Avenue) the park was constructed artificially with bits of untouched…

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new york helicopter tour at night

Evening Helicopter Tour and Sightseeing Cruise in New York

The evening helicopter tour and sightseeing cruise in New York is a spectacular experience. In the summer you will fly during the day and then cruise at sunset and twilight;…

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No Door Helicopter Tour in New York

No Door Helicopter Tour in New York

The No Door Helicopter Tour in New York is a really unique way to see the city. During this flight you can take some really impressive photos of Manhattan. If…

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Brooklyn Bridge in New York

Brooklyn Bridge

The Brooklyn Bridge was built between 1869 and 1883 and was opened in May 1883. It was the first bridge in the world to be suspended by steel. For a…

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High Line Park Walking

High Line Park in New York

High Line Park in the middle of Manhattan, opened in 2009. High Line Park has been a great success ever since its opening with more than two million visitors in 2010….

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Freedom Tower One World Trade Center

Freedom Tower / One World Trade Center

One World Trade Center (Freedom Tower) is the tallest building in New York. With its reflecting windows and tall antenna, One World Trade Center is even the tallest skyscraper in…

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Times Square in New York

Times Square in New York

Times Square in New York is the most visited place of Manhattan. This square, also known as ‘The Crossroads of the World’, has dozens of bright LED screens and is…

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Grand Central Termina

Grand Central Terminal

Grand Central Terminal opened on the 2nd of February, 1913, with its very first train leaving at 12:20. Many people still call it Grand Central Station; the name of the former railway…

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United Nations in New York

The United Nations in New York

The United Nations (UN), founded in 1945 by 51 countries to promote better collaborations concerning human rights, safety and world economics. Since 2011 193 member states are part of the United…

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