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01-01-2014 -- 10-15-2014: Mon 01-01-2014 -- 10-15-2014: Tue 01-01-2014 -- 10-15-2014: Wed 01-01-2014 -- 10-15-2014: Thu

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Tour Code:
106-3233
Start City:
New York, NY, USA
End City:
New York, NY, USA
Duration:
5.5 hours
Tour Type:
Bus/Coach
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Language:
English Live
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The NY See It All! Tour is New York City's Most Popular Comprehensive Guided Tour! This tour is combined with a bus tour with short walks and a ride on the world famous Staten Island Ferry which is the third most popular attraction in New York City. You will experience breathtaking views of the Statue of Liberty, Lower Manhattan, the Brooklyn Bridge, the Verrazano Narrows Bridge, and boat traffic in one of the busiest harbors in the world. This tour will show you everything Manhattan has to offer!

Your tour guide will hop off the bus with you at each stop, showing you each attraction in detail. This 5-star service is unparalleled in New York City. Your tour will be easier and more enjoyable with your tour guide who will show you New York City in ways you can’t even begin to achieve on your own!

The NY See It All! Tour now includes the world famous Staten Island Ferry! Ride on the third most popular attraction in New York City to see the Statue of Liberty, New York Harbor, and much more!

Guests will also receive a free bottled water during the tour! Our shuttle buses are climate controlled, making it cool during summer and warm during winter. Our tour is also very time efficient, making sure that our guests don't waste a moment! Your shuttle will wait for you at each attraction so you don’t have to stand around waiting for the next empty bus!

Hop-off at the following stops:
* Times Square
* World Trade Center Site
* New York Stock Exchange
* Wall Street
* Trinity Church
* World Financial Center
* Federal Hall
* Madison Square Park
* Flatiron Building
* South Street Seaport
* US Customs Building
* 5th Avenue
* Rockefeller Center
* NBC's Today Show Set
* St. Patrick's Cathedral
* Central Park
* Strawberry Fields
* Dakota Building

BEST VALUE: See the Statue of Liberty up close from the Staten Island Ferry and avoid the long lines at Ellis Island. We guarantee you’ll not only save time, but get unbelievable pictures of Lady Liberty!.

See the following attractions from the comfort of your shuttle (these are not hop-off stops):
* Ellis Island
* Central Park Zoo
* Tiffany's
* Brooklyn Bridge
* St. Paul's Chapel
* Verrazano-Narrows Bridge
* Hudson River
* East River
* FAO Schwarz
* Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
* Chrysler Building
* Woolworth Building
* Met Life Building
* Trump Tower
* Plaza Hotel
* City Hall
* Washington Square Park
* New York Public Library
* Greenwich Village
* SOHO/Tribeca
* Macy's
* Herald Square

We designed this tour to be the best tour in NYC! Your tour guide and tour shuttle will stay with you the entire time to improve the quality of your experience. You can ask questions to your tour guide throughout the tour. Additionally, we include boat cruise to the Statue of Liberty and under the Brooklyn Bridge in your tour, making your trip even more memorable!
Visiting Attractions:
Times Square
Times Square: Referred to as "The Center of the Universe" and "The Crossroads of the World," Times Square is the world's most popular tourist attraction welcoming more than 39 million people to the intersection of Broadway and Seventh Avenue in Midtown Manhattan every year. Dozens of electronic signs and the Broadway Theatre District's bright lights illuminate the plaza where there's always excitement in the air and a buzz of activity amongst the collection of stores, restaurants, theaters, attractions and street performers. Times Square was originally called Longacre Square until the iconic newspaper "The New York Times" moved there in 1904.
The National September 11 Memorial & Museum
The National September 11 Memorial & Museum: The former site of the World Trade Center, Ground Zero allows visitors the opportunity to commemorate the victims, survivors and brave heroes of the September 11, 2001 attacks and the February 1993 WTC bombing. The National September 11 Memorial & Museum opened in September 2011 and contains two reflecting pools with the biggest man made waterfalls in North America in the spot where each Twin Tower stood. The name of each person who died in the 2001 and 1993 tragedies are engraved on bronze panels around the pools. The site was designed by architects Michael Arad and Peter Walker. The memorial museum has 110,000 square feet of exhibits preserving 9/11 history including 23,000 images, 10,300 artifacts, 2,100 documents and 1,970 oral histories.
New York Stock Exchange
New York Stock Exchange: The largest stock exchange in the world and its trading floor are located on Wall Street in Lower Manhattan with its building easily recognized by the six large Corinthian columns draped with the American Flag. The New York Stock Exchange began in 1792 when 24 stockbrokers came together under a buttonwood tree along Wall Street to sign an agreement regarding the buying and selling of stock and shares of businesses. A bell is rung - many times by featured guests - to signify the beginning and end of the trading day. The NYSE structure is a U.S. National Historic Landmark.
Wall Street
Wall Street: This .7-mile-long street running eight blocks from Broadway to South streets in Lower Manhattan is synonymous with New York's Financial District and big business in the United States. Wall Street was laid out in 1685 and was the site of many historic moments including the 1789 inauguration of President George Washington, 1792 Buttonwood Agreement creating the New York Stock Exchange and the 1929 Stock Market Crash. Points of interest are the New York Stock Exchange, Federal Hall National Memorial, Deutsche Bank, Federal Reserve Gold Vault, Trinity Church and the Charging Bull statue.
Federal Hall National Memorial
Federal Hall National Memorial: Located on New York's famed Wall Street, the original structure built in 1700 was the site of New York's first City Hall, the first meeting of the United States Congress and President George Washington's first inauguration in 1789. Federal Hall's current building constructed to resemble a Greek Parthenon opened in 1842 as a federal Customs House. Federal Hall National Memorial, which has a bronze George Washington statue by John Quincy Adams Ward on the steps, offers exhibits and presentations on U.S. Congress, Washington and New York. It is listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places and has appeared twice on American postage stamps.
Madison Square Park
Madison Square Park: The 6.2 acre Manhattan park named after United States President James Madison had been a public space since 1686 and officially became a park in 1847. Madison Square Park, which is surrounded by wealthy homes and luxury hotels, was designed by William Grant and Ignatz Pilat in 1870 and underwent a $6 million renovation in 2001 with a new paving, lighting, landscaping, benches a restored fountain and a reflecting pool. The first baseball team The New York Knickerbockers was created here in 1845 so some people refer to the park as "The Birthplace of Baseball."
South Street Seaport
South Street Seaport: This Lower Manhattan waterfront neighborhood established in 1983 features 19th Century buildings, cobblestone streets and historic ships mixed with modern stores, bars and eateries. The area with amazing views of the Brooklyn and East River bridges features the Pier 17 shopping pavilion, Schermerhom Row along Fulton Street, the Titanic Memorial and The South Point Seaport Museum. The museum exhibits contain six historic ships, maritime artifacts, model ships, paintings, vessel diagrams, books, Fulton Fish Market memorabilia and scrapbooks.
Fifth Avenue
Fifth Avenue: Known as one of the most expensive streets in the world, Fifth Avenue is located in Manhattan and is synonymous with posh and luxury living. It is also the home to "Museum Mile" a famous strip where some of the world's best museums with the most impressive exhibits are located.
Rockefeller Center
Rockefeller Center: The legendary Midtown Manhattan complex contains 19 buildings on 22 acres running from Fifth Avenue to Sixth Avenue with its most famous structures being the GE Building, nicknamed 30 Rock, and Radio City Music Hall. Construction on the massive project of the original 14 Art Deco buildings lasted from 1930-39 with Raymond Hood as the main architect. Rockefeller Center that was named after John D. Rockefeller, Jr. contains many art sculptures on its property including the Gilded Statue of Prometheus, Statue of Atlas, "American Progress" and "Time" murals, and the "News" bas-relief. The U.S. National Historic Landmark is known for its ice-skating rink during the winter, enormous Christmas Tree during the holidays and its Top of the Rock observation decks in the GE Building.
NBC Studios
NBC Studios: Visit the location where many of your favorite NBC shows are taped and learn about the network's history in the famed GE Building in Manhattan, part of the famed Rockefeller Center or 30 Rock. NBC Studios has been providing tours since 1933 and guests will go backstage at NBC Nightly News, Saturday Night Live, The Today Show, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Football Night in American and MSNBC. You also can access the network's Broadcast Operations, Make-up Room, Sharp Globe Theater and the High-Definition Mini-Control Studio. The latter will allow visitors to produce their own news and weather segments.
St. Patrick's Cathedral
St. Patrick's Cathedral: This ornate Midtown Manhattan cathedral replaced St. Patrick's Old Cathedral in 1879 as the seat of the Archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York. Construction on the Neo-Gothic style St. Patrick's Cathedral designed by James Renwick Jr. was completed in 1878 and the spires, another chapel, organs and stained glass windows were added in later years. Pope Benedict XVI held Mass in the U.S. National Historic Landmark in 2008 and referred to the spires as "a symbol of the spiritual yearning of the human heart."
Central Park
Central Park: The most visited park in the world is an 840-acre nature retreat from New York City's Concrete Jungle and attracts nearly 38 million people per year. Central Park opened in 1857 and its design by architects Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux was finished in 1873. The U.S. National Historic Landmark's many attractions include Central Park Zoo, Central Park Carousel, Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre, Belvedere Castle, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir, Bethesda Fountain, Cleopatra's Needle, Strawberry Fields memorial and 29 different sculptures. The park has more than 25,000 trees and is open year-round with a popular ice skating rink in the winter.
The Dakota
The Dakota: The beautiful historic co-operative apartment building overlooking Central Park in Manhattan's Upper West Side is the residence of celebrities and other wealthy individuals. The Dakota was constructed from 1880-84 and designed by the architectural firm of Henry Janeway Hardenbergh. Beatle John Lennon lived there and was assassinated in front of the apartment building in 1980. Other well-known people that have lived in this U.S. National Historic Landmark include Lauren Bacall, Leonard Bernstein, Rosemary Clooney, Connie Chung, Judy Garland, Gilda Radner and Joe Nemeth.
Statue of Liberty
Statue of Liberty: This 305-foot tall iconic emblem of the United States and freedom was designed by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi and has welcomed immigrants to "The Land of Opportunity" for centuries on its perch on Liberty Island in New York Harbor. The Statue of Liberty was given to the United States as a gift from France in 1896 because the two countries were allies during the American Revolution. Lady Liberty depicts the Roman Goddess of Freedom Libertas and the shackles on her feet represent oppression. The Neoclassical statue had to be separated into 350 pieces to be shipped to the United States. Don't forget to read the unforgettable Emma Lazarus poem engraved on the U.S. National Historic Landmark statue's base.
Your reservation is always subject to confirmation by email, normally within one to two business days.

Standard Price

Adult Children
$100.00 $80.00

Holiday Price/Person By Occupancy

01-01-2014 -- 10-15-2014: Mon 01-01-2014 -- 10-15-2014: Tue 01-01-2014 -- 10-15-2014: Wed 01-01-2014 -- 10-15-2014: Thu

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*Adult Age: 13 and older.
*Child Age: under 12.
*This tour has different prices on weekdays and the weekend.
*Weekday(Mon-Thur): $90.00/Adult; $70.00/Child.
*Weekend(Fri-Sun): $100/Adult;$80/Child.
 

Package Includes

  • Complimentary pick-up and drop-off to chosen location (see pick-up locations)
  • Boat cruise to the Statue of Liberty and under the Brooklyn Bridge
  • Free bottled water
  • Mini-bus assigned
  • Professional tour escort
 

Package Excludes

  • Airfares or related transportation between your home and NY airport or chosen pick-up location
  • All personal expenses including hotel room service and meals; however, you have the option to pay for meals the tour guide arranges.
  • Service fee for tour guide

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We visited over Thanksgiving and opted to take this tour and are so glad we did. The bus was warm and totally enclosed not like the "Red Buses". Ike was the best tour guide with a sense of humor and also had great patience for our straggler..
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I took the 10:00 AM "NY See It All!" tour from 7th Avenue Saturday, February 20th. What a great experience! Joey is the world's greatest tour guide. His knowledge of the facts and statistics - beyond your required presentation; his unfailin..
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I took the ?NY See It All!? tour from 7th Avenue Saturday, February 20th. What a great experience! Joey is the world?s greatest tour guide. His knowledge of the facts and statistics ? beyond your required presentation ?; his unfailing abili..
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  • Once purchased, the tour is not refundable.
  • Meet the Shuttle on the West Side of 7th Avenue, between 50th & 51st streets, under the Winter Garden Theater awning.
  • Language operated is upon request. Please note your language preference under the comments section when booking.
  • During the spring and summer, we recommend that you wear lightweight clothing and comfortable shoes.
    During the fall and winter, we recommend that you wear layered clothing to ensure comfort in cold weather.
  • In order to protect your personal property, please bring any valuable items with you at all times. Please do not leave any valuable items on the bus or at the hotel, attraction or restaurant. Tours4Fun, local operators, drivers and tour guides are not responsible for any theft or loss at any location.

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1.Immediately after submitting your reservation you will receive a Receipt of Reservation via email.
2. Within one to two business days of submitting your reservation you will receive a confirmation email from us. If you need to book an airline ticket, we recommend that you do so after you receive a confirmation of your tour reservation from us.
3. An E-Ticket will be sent to you via email as soon as details of your reservation is confirmed or your supporting information is received by us. We will provide you with all detailed information about your tour on the E-Ticket. Contact information for local tour provider will be included on E-Ticket for your convenience or re-confirmation purpose if re-confirmation is required.
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- Your purchase does not guarantee confirmation. Your purchase will initiate a reservation process. We will confirm with you via email within one to two business days.
- Prices may vary due to availability. We reserve the right to make price adjustment without prior notice.
- Please refer to our Standard Amendment, Cancellation and Refund Policy before you make reservation.
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- Local tour provider reserves the right to make modifications to tour arrangements including order of tour activities, hotel and its location if deemed necessary.

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    I took the 10:00 AM "NY See It All!" tour from 7th Avenue Saturday, February 20th. What a great experience! Joey is the world's greatest tour guide. His knowledge of the facts and statistics - beyond your required presentation; his unfailin.. Read full review
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