Walking Tours

  • Art Gallery Tours New York 1(212) 946-154815921909_m
  • Battery Park City Walking Tours 1(212) 267-9700
  • Big Onion Walking Tours 1(212) 439-1090
  • Chinatown Walking Tour 1(212) 619-4785
  • Cititrek Tour & Guide Services 1(718) 447-2587
  • Dog Friendly Walking Tours 1(914) 633-6658
  • 8th Street Walking Tour 1(212) 777-2173
  • Gotham Walking Tours 1(646) 645-5782
  • Hassidic Life Walking Tours 1(718) 953-5244
  • I’ll Take Manhattan Tours 1(732) 270-5277
  • Joyce Gold History Tours 1(212) 242-5762
  • Lower East Side Walking Tour 1(212) 226-9010
  • New York City Cultural Walking Tours by Alfred Pommer 1(212) 979-2388
  • 92nd Street Y 1(212) 439-1090
  • Photo Trek Tours 1(212) 209-3370.
    Have a Professional Photographer capture your NYC moments.
  • Take A Walk 1(212) 379-8339
  • 34th Street History Tour 1(212) 719-3434
  • Wall Street Walks 1(212) 666-0175.
    Discover Wall Street’s History where it happened.
  • Z Travel and Leisure Walking Tours by Susan & Art Zuckerman 1(914) 633-6658

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Museum Tours

Guggenheim Museum 1(212) 423-3500 Metropolitan Museum of Art 1(212) 535-7710 Whitney Museum of American Art 1(212) 570-3676  

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NYC Discount Tickets and Passes

Our list of NYC discount tickets and passes from a verity of providers. Group several attractions together and get a great deal!

CityPass

New York CityPASSCityPass is a simple way to vacation in North America’s most popular city destinations. Available in New York, Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Hollywood, Houston, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Seattle, and Toronto. CityPass is a ticket booklet containing an actual admission ticket to the top attractions in each city. With CityPass, you pay one substantially reduced price and avoid main entrance ticket lines at most attractions.

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NYC Friday Dinner Cruise

The 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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Comedy Cellar

comedy-cellarMany top headliners frequent this club in the heart of Greenwich Village’s nightlife district.  Great starts often drop in but as well. The club has a cover and a drink minimum. If you’re hungry before a show check-out the Olive Tree Café & Bar just above the comedy club. The café is connected to the comedy club so you can often catch some of the comedians after a set.

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New York City Opera

New York City OperaSince its founding in 1943, New York City Opera has been recognized as one of Americas preeminent cultural institutions, celebrated for its adventurous programming and innovative, risk-taking production style. The company has been a leading showcase for young artists, having helped launch the careers of more than 3,000 singers including Josi Carreras, Phyllis Curtin, Placido Domingo, Renie Fleming, and Beverly Sills. In 1983 City Opera made operatic history when it became the first American opera company to use supertitles, an innovation that has revolutionized the way opera is produced and appreciated worldwide.

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Brooklyn Museum of Art

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History:
When it opened in 1897, the Brooklyn Museum was originally designed to part of a series of beaux-arts pavillions representing an encyclopedia of human culture. Only one quadrant was completed. Today the museum is the second-largest art museum in New York City and one of the largest in the country. Its world-renowned permanent collections include more than one million objects, from ancient Egyptian masterpieces to contemporary art, and represent a wide range of cultures.

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Stand-Up NY

stand-up-ny-comedySome of America’s most successful comics, from Chris Rock to Jon Stewart, got their start at Stand Up NY. The club prides itself on being home to the city’s rising stand-up comics and offers several programs for comedians of any level or experience to hone their skills.

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The Jewish Children’s Museum

jewish-childrens-muExplore Jewish heritage and culture in an entertaining and educational format for kids of all ages. Through contemporary technology and a hands-on approach to learning, the Jewish Children’s Museum’s exhibits and crafts provides visitors with a rich experience in Jewish history, values and traditions.

During legal and Jewish holiday seasons, be sure to look out for special events and workshops featured at the museum.  

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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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