The New York City waters are swarming with boats this summer, but there are none quite like Manhattan by Sail. With Manhattan by Sail, you can take cruises on two sail boats, the Clipper City Tall ship, a replica of an 1800s clipper trading ship. The Clipper City is a large, majestic sailboat with a
There’s now an app that will allow you to travel back in time to experience the most iconic moments in the history of your favorite cities. Timelooper finally launched its virtual reality app in New York City so you can observe scenes from your favorite places in the city from a significant time in history.
We have added two new attractions to the New York City SightSeeing Pass. You can visit these for free as a part of your Unlimited Pass (visit as many attractions as you want to with a 1, 2, 3, 5 or 7 day attractions pass) or as a choice with a Flex Pass (visit 2,
The capital city of the United States attracts millions of visitors each year, expecting to see where the magic of American democracy takes place. There are dozens of political and historical monuments across the city and it’s worth it to see all of them. Most of the attractions in DC have free admission, so purchasing tickets
With so many things to do in New York City, it may seem daunting to come up with a good itinerary for a short stay. There are unlimited numbers of hotels, attractions and restaurants in every borough, but for first-time visitors and novice NYC explorers, there are tried-and-true ways of optimizing sightseeing, leisure and discovery.
In May 2017, New York City’s Times Square welcomed a new addition to its arsenal of attractions. Gulliver’s Gate dazzles visitors with a world of meticulously designed and manufactured miniatures, spanning far beyond a replica of Manhattan. While detailed replicas of New York City take the center stage at Gulliver’s Gate, landmarks from all across