Downtown Loop - Tour length: Approx. 2 hoursDepartures: Daily / Every 10 15 min from 8:30am to 5pm*Uptown Loop - Tour length: Approx. 2 hoursDepartures: Daily / Every 10 15 min from 8:30am to 5pm*Brooklyn Loop - Tour length: Approx. 2 hoursDepartures: Daily / Every hour from 10am to 3pm*Night Tour - Tour length: Approx. 2 to 2.5 hoursDepartures: Daily / Every 30 minutes from 6pm to 9pm from May to October; 6pm, 6:30pm and 7pm from November to April** Please Note: Departure times may vary in low season (January to March)December 24 and 31, buses run from 9am to 1pmBuses do not run on December 25 or January 1
Your ticket is valid for 72 hours from the time of exchange, not from the time of first use
You may choose a total of three or five of the following cruises, attractions, dining opportunities, museums and fun experiences while in New York City: Cruises
City Sightseeing Cruises
Ferry to the Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island
Empire State Building Observatory
Madame Tussaud’s All Access Pass
Ripley’s Believe It or Not!
Top of the Rock Observation Deck
Lincoln Center Tour
The Radio City Stage Door Tour
Rockefeller Center Tour
Walking Tours Audio Guide (good complement to the hop-on hop-off double-decker bus tours). Includes: World Trade Center Site, Financial District, Central Park, Chinatown, Little Italy, Flatiron Building, Madison Square Park, 9/11 Tribute Center
Dining (selections from prix fixe menus; beverages and gratuities not included)
Lunch at Grotta Azzurra (Little Italy)
Lunch at Bella Napoli (near the Empire State Building)
Lunch at Buca di Beppo
The Original SoupMan (259 W 55th Street)
Lunch at Earl of Sandwich (near Radio City)
Lunch at Planet Hollywood International
Perfect Picnic in Battery or Central Park (call before 10am to schedule fresh delivery)
Lunch or Dinner at Copper Chimney Indian Restaurant (near the Empire State Building)
Blue Planet Grill (next to 9/11 Memorial)
Breakfast or Lunch at Applebee’s (42nd Street and 50th Street)
We loved it! Saw so much of N Y that we might have missed otherwise. Very impressed with the New York Museum that came with the h on hop off. We added time to our Central Park carriage ride and had a great time. The boat tour was wondergil
It is a good way to get around and see lots in a short period of time.
A great way to see the City and get our bearings, we went on all the loops so well worth the money
Red Deborah not to be missed was lots of fun
Great way to see more of New York. We took the tour up to Harlem which was interesting. Plenty of buses. Definitely recommend getting the attractions pass as it works out cheaper to see major places such as top of the rock.
Great value ! Only downside some tour guides very heavy handed when mentioning tips!! Buses work on loop so takes a long time to travel rounfd to start if using it as a Hop on Hop off to move around city!
On Saturday, June 27 we waited 45 minutes to hop on to the next bus at one of your Times Square pick up locations. The same day, we waited fem 6:55 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. outside the Metropolitan Museum to no avail. It was raining and cold, at 7:45 p.m. we decided to take a taxi cab back to the hotel.
The tour with the attraction passes worked out so well for us. It meant that we were able to go from activity to the next without any hassle of booking queueing or working out a plan. We were really able to make the most of our short visit to New York. The bus works out a treat for the tired and weary legs too.
Each one of the tour guides was RUDE. I lived in New York and know that overall they are helpful and friendly. The tour guides were plain rude. The only time they were almost cordial is when they were asking for a tip. As if!
Seemed like a good idea but given NYC traffic and the hot weather there are much better ways of getting around - spent a couple of hours in a log jam. Guide was not very good although reasonably informative. We booked this for 5 days with the beat the line deal, but gave up after one and resorted to the Metro. Seven day metro card fro 32 is a much easier way to go. If we visit again we would get a Metro Card and the NYC pass - far less hassle.
Took only one bus tour and we did not complete it. It was too cold and we did not have enough time.