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New York in One Day Guided Sightseeing Tour

From US$83.99
Highlights
  • Easy way to see New York's top sights in a single tour
  • Transportation, via boat (seasonal) and coach included
  • Insider info on Manhattan's history and culture from your guide
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New York in One Day Guided Sightseeing Tour
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New York in One Day Guided Sightseeing Tour
From US$83.99
Overview

Combine New York City’s top attractions in a guided tour via bus and boat. With insider commentary from your guide, visit Federal Hall, South Street Seaport, 9/11 Memorial, and Wall Street. Take a harbor cruise via luxury boat, with views of Ellis Island, the Statue of Liberty, and Brooklyn Bridge. Back on land, hit Lincoln Center and Central Park before wrapping up this whirlwind tour.

Boat cruise is not included during the off-season from January 1–April 1.

What to Expect

Make your way to 7th Avenue, between 50th and 51st streets in Midtown Manhattan, to meet your guide and group.

Board a bus for a ride through Times Square, passing Radio City Music Hall, NBC Studios, Rockefeller Center, and St. Patrick's Cathedral while your guide narrates their history.

Next, you’ll head to Fifth Avenue and Madison Square Park, with time for photos of the Flatiron Building and Empire State Building.

From there, it’s Trinity Church and the 9/11 Memorial. You’ll also see some of the oldest architecture in Manhattan in South Street Seaport.

At Pier 17, hop on a luxury boat for a cruise on New York Harbor (seasonal). On board, hear commentary and take in views of the Manhattan skyline, Ellis Island, Statue of Liberty, Governor’s Island, and Brooklyn Bridge.

After the cruise, head uptown via bus to Central Park. Nearby sights include the Dakota, Lincoln Center, and Columbus Circle.

End at the tour’s starting point in midtown.

*boat cruise is not included during the off season Jan 1 - April 1, travelers will visit Grand Central Terminal during this time.

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Reviewed yesterday
Great tour , just the thing to do at the start of your time in NY.

The tour was everything we needed to see the main places and to orientate ourselves for the rest of our time in NY. Gil the guide was excellent , with lots of interesting and funny stories and useful ideas for places to go and see.

5  Thank Keith J
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Wonderful tour

Wonderful tour. Tyler was really knowlegable and friendly. Tour lasted about 6 hrs. We saw all the iconic nyc sites and many more less well known ones. Small group size allowed for time to ask questions and time to get to know lots about living...More

2  Thank GemmaLC5
Reviewed 2 days ago
USA Guided Tours

If you ever want to do a tour trip in NYC, there is one truly great Tour Guide available- he is "J" Alan- registered guide. We had a great version of 6 hours doing a major tour through NYC. The key is that 'J' truly...More

1  Thank erodham
Reviewed 5 days ago
Great tour highly recommend

A flying trip of the highlights of New York. Great job by J - a great tour guide full of local knowledge, friendly and passionate about the subjects. Geo great feeling safe in the hands of a capable driver - friendly, timely and always offering...More

1  Thank Paddytrek
Reviewed 6 days ago
Great Way to See the City in 1 Day

We LOVED our New York in One Day tour! Gil was our tour guide and he did an excellent job. He talked nearly non-stop, giving so many interesting historical and pop culture facts about the city. I liked that the tour shuttle was 'our bus...More

1  Thank Andrea8561
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Response from LWirth | Reviewed this property |
Traffic in manhattan is never predictable. Our tour ended at 4:00 but the tour guide said it could be later. Just getting out of NYC could take another hour... I would not think that is enough time to make a 6:00 train.
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