Central Park Bike Tours

Central Park Bike TourExperience a memorable journey through Frederick Law Olmstead’s masterpiece in the heart of Manhattan in New York City. Your experienced tour guide will provide you with background information, historical facts and point out some of the best photo opportunity spots.

Includes:

  • Live Guide
  • All day bike rental
  • Bike lock, helmet and friendly service
  • Food available for purchase nearby
  • Restrooms available nearby

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Classic NYC Sightseeing Cruise

NYC Sightseeing CruisesThe fastest and best way to see the Statue of Liberty! Sail down the Hudson River to the Statue of Liberty and back, viewing such sights as Ellis Island, the historic immigration center, the rising Freedom Tower, and the World Financial Center, along the way.

Hurricane Sandy left the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island closed until further notice. Thankfully, Circle Line 42 can still get you close enough to get those desired pics! Each of our cruise options includes a close look at the Statue of Liberty.

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NYC Friday Dinner Cruise

NYC Friday Dinner CruiseThe Spirit of New York on New York Harbor delivers the most entertaining and unique combination of dining, dancing, entertainment and spectacular views. Cruising year-round from Chelsea Piers, the Spirit of New York offers Lunch, Brunch, Dinner, Cocktail, Moonlight Cruises and much more! Let the Spirit move you.Grand buffets. Breathtaking views of New York from the Hudson River. DJs playing Top 40 hits. And an amazing wait staff singing show-stopping favorites. All included for one price. For your next special occasion or just a unique way to get out on the water in New York, come aboard today!

What your dinner cruise will include:

You’ll know you’re in for a special evening the moment you are escorted to your candlelit table. Many tables are designed for cabaret-style seating with other guests, reminiscent of ocean-going cruises. Order drinks, then feel free to explore the ship while our crew casts off for three fabulous hours on New York Harbor.

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Classic Double Decker Bus Tour of NYC

Enjoy this double-decker sightseeing bus combo to see the best of New York City.

The Classic New York comes with the All Loops Tour and choice of tickets to:

  • The Empire State Building Observatory OR the Top of the Rock.
  • Ferry to the Statue of Liberty / Ellis Island
  • Ticket to the Museum of the City of New York

The All Loops Tour includes Uptown, Downtown, Brooklyn, Bronx Loops and the Night Tour (Bronx Loop and Night Tour are not hop-on, hop-off).  Hop-on and hop-off over 50 stops throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn for 48 hours! From The United Nations to Times Square, Harlem to Battery Park, the All Loops Tour takes you to all the sights of New York City – double-decker style!

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Madame Tussauds New York


Top of the Rock


Ripleys Believe it or Not NYC

Ripleys Believe It or Not NYCLocated in the heart of Times Square New York, Ripleys Believe It or Not NYC offers visitors the ultimate insight into the world of the odd and bizarre. Marvel at hundreds of weird and unusual artifacts in over twenty themed galleries spanning two floors.

Whether examining a six-legged cow, a lock of Elvis’ hair, 24 shrunken heads, a section of the Berlin wall, or a life-size albino giraffe, the amazing Ripley’s Believe It or Not collection proves that fact is indeed stranger than fiction.

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The Pierpont Morgan Library

The Morgan Library and MuseumJust a short walk from Grand Central and Penn Station, the Pierpont Morgan Library is a major exhibition venue for fine art, literature, and music, one of New York’s great historic sites, and a wonderful place to dine, shop, and attend a concert or film.

In 1924 J.P. Morgan gave New York City  the amazing gift of  his father, Pierpont Morgan’s, private library. Housing an amazing permanent collection of rare books, ancient jewelery, manuscripts and original compositions, the Morgan feels both manageable and filled with treasures. The striking building located on 36th and Madison Avenue, just a short walk northeast of Grand Central Station blends the unique look of a prewar brownstone which was Morgan’s home with the modern starkness of the attached library.

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NYC VIP Private Tours

NYC VIP Private ToursSince 1926, Gray Line New York has been the providing the best tours & attractions New York city has to offer. NYC VIP Private Tours are a luxurious and discreet way to see all the sights & attractions New York City has to offer with your family and friends and your very own private tour guide and chauffeur.

Gray Line’s personalized VIP Private Tours are entertaining, fun and educational, all within the comfort of our luxurious and latest model SUVs or Vans. The private tours are fully customizable to your schedule and liking. They can provide tickets to all the attractions, and Broadway shows along with a dynamic tour of New York City. Take advantage of our superb customer service to choose a New York City tour that best suits you. Take advantage of the tour guide to learn about neighborhoods, history, shopping areas, restaurants, and resources in New York City. Looking for excitement in the city that never sleeps? We can provide a night out on the town and dining in between sightseeing!

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NYC Speed Boat Ride

NYC Speed Ride If you spy a set of giant jaws racing across New York’s harbor, don’t panic. That’s just SHARK, Circle Line Downtown’s heart-pounding, 30-minute speed boat ride that captures the excitement and energy of the city as it screams out of South Street Seaport’s Pier 16 in a shower of waves. And it’s more than just the thrill of wind and water in your hair: A great trip for students and corporate groups, It’s a full-fledged show featuring a tour, music and plenty of laughs for up to 135 passengers.

Please abide by the “jaws laws:”

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