New York CityPASS helps you visit the top five attractions of New York, and save up to 40% on ticket costs.
With the popular discount pass you can experience the best museums, observation decks and soak in the beauty of the best works of art.
Besides the Empire State Building, the New York city pass also gets you access to iconic attractions such as the Statue of Liberty, American Museum of Natural History, etc.
At the Empire State Building, the CityPass guarantees you General Admission to the 86th floor observatory and a bonus night entry.
That’s right – with the NYC CityPass, you can visit Empire State Building twice – once during the day and once at night.
The Discount Card gets activated the moment you use it for the first time and from then is valid for nine days.
Attractions included in New York CityPASS
|# Empire State Building|
|# American Museum of Natural History|
|# Guggenheim Museum OR Top of the Rock|
|# Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island OR Circle Line Cruises|
|# Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum OR 9/11 Memorial and Musuem|
How does New York’s CityPass work
As soon as you purchase, the CityPASS gets emailed to you.
On the day of your visit, you can show your mobile ticket at each attraction to be scanned for entry.
Some attractions may require you to make advance timed reservations by phone or online as per instructions in the CityPASS Travel Guide (which gets emailed to you).
The NYC CityPass is valid for one-time entry to attractions.
Adult Pass (18+ years): $129
Child Pass (6 to 17 years): $109
Tourists don’t need to buy a NYC CityPass for their kids younger than six years.
Empire State Building city pass FAQs
How to book Empire State Building with the go city pass?
With the New York City Explorer Pass, you can choose 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 or 10 attractions to cover in the next 60 days with your ticket.
While choosing the attractions you wish to visit, you can choose the Empire State Building and simply show your pass at the attraction.
How early to arrive at Empire State Building with city pass?
If you are entering the Empire State Building with a New York City Explorer Pass, you must visit early during the day.
Empire State Building opens at 10 am and closes at midnight, so it’s best to arrive 15 minutes before the opening time.
You should also consider visiting during non-peak hours, such as early in the morning or late at night, to avoid the biggest crowds.
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