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MoMA, with its extensive assortment of architecture and design works, 300,000-plus book library, and 30,000-strong film collection, is truly something to behold and is well worth a visit.
If you’re planning a trip to New York City, the Empire State Building is a must-visit attraction. From history to ticket prices and inside information, we’ll help you prepare for your visit to this iconic landmark.
One of the most popular spots for gazing across the iconic metropolitan is the Top of the Rock Observatory, the three tiers of observation decks on the 67th, 69th, and 70th floors of the Rockefeller Center. At 850 feet above ground level, you’ll be able to soak in an unobstructed view of the Big Apple’s most emblematic architecture.
New York City is so big, so all-encompassing, it seems like it would be impossible to see all its major landmarks in a week, let alone in a few hours. Happily, if you take a Circle Line Sightseeing Cruise from New York, it’s entirely possible.
The 151-foot tall Statue of Liberty is one of the most iconic symbols of Americana in existence today. Emblematic of the pursuit of freedom and a fair and just democratic government, this awe-inspiring gift from the French stands proudly on Liberty Island for all to admire. Learn how you can visit the Statue of Liberty up close and personal with CityPASS!
If you've got a need for speed, join the more than one million visitors per year who come to admire the astounding exhibits at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in NYC. The Intrepid Museum is home to a variety of retired air and sea vessels from all five of the US armed forces (the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard) that have magnificent stories to share.