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The New York Sightseeing Flex Pass

Highlights
  • Explore New York City with this Sightseeing Flex Pass with instant delivery
  • Your choice of 2-, 3-, 5-, 7-, or 10-attraction pass to use within 7 days
  • Choose from over 90 attractions, museums, tours, restaurants and more
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The New York Sightseeing Flex Pass
From US$ 59.00
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Pick 5 PassMost Popular
Valid for 5 attractions or tours. Good for 7 days after first activation.
US$ 129.00
Pick 3 Pass
Valid for 3 attractions or tours. Good for 7 days after first activation.
US$ 84.00
Pick 7 Pass
Valid for 7 attractions or tours. Good for 7 days after first activation.
US$ 159.00
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Overview
Enjoy New York City at your own pace with this Sightseeing Flex Pass. Select from one of five passes that grant access to over 90 attractions for you to choose from during seven consecutive days. Visit places such as the Statue of Liberty or the MoMa, take a walking tour or a sightseeing cruise, and even eat at a few select restaurants.
What to Expect

Select from one of five Sightseeing Flex Passes with instant delivery to your email. This means you can use the pass right away and begin exploring New York City at your own pace. Select from over 90 attractions and activities including museums, tours, landmarks, and even restaurants. Your selected number of attractions on your pass must be used within seven consecutive days and each attraction can only be visited once.

Get an incredible view of Central Park and New York City from the Top of the Rock Observation Deck. Or cruise to Ellis Island to explore the Statue of Liberty. See the city’s highlights on a hop-on hop-off tour of Manhattan or have lunch at Planet Hollywood.

The pass includes all relevant information you need for each attraction including hours of operation and discounts.

Reviews (68)
1 - 5 of 49 reviews
Reviewed 2 days ago
Only regret on our visit to NYC was purchasing this useless pass.

DO NOT PURCHASE THIS PASS. We lost one whole day of our stay in NYC just trying to validate this stupid pass so we could begin to use it. We went to the Empire State Bldg. where WE WERE TOLD (back in Feb. when purchased)...More

Thank foxieCalifornia
Julia K, Public Relations Manager at City Sightseeing New York, responded to this reviewResponded yesterday

thank you for your feedback. sorry to hear of your inconvenience. we will look into the matter

Reviewed 4 days ago
Do some planning and it's absolutely worth it!

With all of the iffy reviews I read, I was a bit hesitant to purchase this pass. I got the 3 attraction flex pass, and it worked out absolutely perfectly for me. I'm sure it depends on what you want to do with it, but...More

Thank Lara K
Julia K, Public Relations Manager at City Sightseeing New York, responded to this reviewResponded yesterday

thanks for your feedback. glad to hear you enjoyed your tour. please come again

Reviewed 1 week ago
Worth It to Save Money if You Plan What You Are Doing

It can save you a ton of money on attractions and time waiting in the off season. It goes consistently on sale, so I paid $120 for 6 attractions ($20 each). Did the Manhattan bus tour ($89) the first day and had a great guide....More

Thank kenhoteluser
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Complex and time consuming to use for some attractions

Purchased a 7 day, 10 attractions pass. First day tried to get on the sightseeing bus and was told we needed to go to the office (which was a number of blocks away from the waterfront)- it was located at the back of a souvenir...More

Thank cangau
Julia K, Public Relations Manager at City Sightseeing New York, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Thank you for your feedback. Sorry to hear of some of the inconveniences you experienced. we will look into the matter.

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
ups and downs of Hop on and Off

We spent 4 days in Manhattan and bought a 3 day 5 attraction pass. Didn't have time for the 5th attraction but we also did the free MOMA on Friday from 4 to 8. Really crowded. Doesn't matter what company you buy, they are all...More

Thank eloraguy
Julia K, Public Relations Manager at City Sightseeing New York, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Thank you for your feedback.

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7 May 2018|
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Response from April W | Reviewed this property |
There are various offices that you can go to. If you look online they will give you the locations. BUT, I would not recommend it. The lines are ridiculous and the service is horrible. I wasted a lot of money. I wasnt able to... More
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Carol K
6 May 2018|
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Response from dimmo69 | Reviewed this property |
We redeemed ours at the Grayline office which I think is at 47th and 7th. They do say you are supposed to be able to redeem them on the bus but ours had 10 attractions with it and they couldn’t print that much paper off so... More
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