CityPASS New York articles
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.
While there is no shortage of art to admire in NYC, the Guggenheim truly shines above the rest. Featuring both a permanent and an ever-changing rotation of exhibits, the museum and its collections never fails to inspire.
New York is a city that embodies our hopes, dreams, aspirations, fears, and fantasies. It’s beautiful and romantic, real and exciting. It’s also, apparently, hilarious. At least, that’s what some of the best sitcoms would have you believe.
Too often, children get depicted as chicken-nugget-fueled, plastic-loving, unrefined maniacs. In reality, though, kids are eager learners looking to explore and make sense of the world in their own way. Being that NYC is abundantly rich in history, culture, and panache, it seems like a no-brainer kind of place to help kids along on their journey. Yet some still wonder whether the Big Apple is kid-friendly.
On September 11, 2001, most of America stopped in its tracks. The shocking events that took place on that tragic day pulled Americans—and much of the rest of the world—away from their busy lives to feel waves of complex emotion. Many years later, the day brings the country together in a reflective moment of silence. September 11 is a day that should never, and will never, be forgotten.