Visiting New York this Easter? Planning your itinerary couldn't be easier with New York Pass, your key to effortless planning, saving, and sightseeing. If you're looking for some inspiration for your upcoming trip, then check out this perfect three-day itinerary which offers the perfect introduction to the city that never sleeps.
An American icon, one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World, and one of the most visited landmarks in the world, the Empire State Building is synonymous with New York City. No trip to New York would be complete without seeing the city's skyline from its 86th-floor observation deck.
Top of the Rock offers picturesque views throughout the whole day. Visit early in the day and experience New York’s iconic architecture. Enjoy a magical afternoon 850 ft above the ground as you watch the sun sets over Manhattan. At night, be mesmerized by the lights of the ‘the city that never sleeps.’
With its long legacy of supporting the arts, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) is considered a sanctum for New York art lovers and artists alike. Over 90 years, its collection of contemporary art has grown to be one of the best and largest in the world. Rotating permanent exhibitions, visiting collections and iconic masterpieces have attracted around 2.8 million global visitors a year. Visit the attraction's official website for its timetable and discover special exhibits during March and April.
The Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island represent centuries of American history, compassion, and diversity. Visit the Statue of Liberty and explore Ellis Island, where more than 12 million immigrants were processed upon their arrival in the United States. Your New York Pass gives you free museum tickets to paid exhibitions and an audio tour available in multiple languages.
If Easter also means remembrance, there's no better place than here. Located on the site of the original World Trade Center, the 9/11 Memorial pays homage to the 2983 victims of the 1993 and 2001 attacks. The Museum showcases the challenging story of these tragic events through artifacts, testimonies, and first-hand accounts. Experience moments of reflection at the Memorial's pools and the Museum's interactive exhibits.
1 Day Big Bus Tour - Join the tour for free with The New York Pass®
TripAdvisor's top-rated NYC bus tour, Big Bus New York is the only sightseeing bus with live commentary and hop-on-hop-off access at 25+ bus stops located across the city. After two days of exploration, let the city come to you on a Big Bus tour, which will take you across Manhattan, discovering all the sights and landmarks including the Empire State Building, Times Square, Central Park, and the Statue of Liberty.
Unlimited Biking - Central Park - Rentals are free with The New York Pass®
An Easter picnic would not look out of place in Central Park: an oasis in the middle of the NYC metropolis. Rent a bike and cycle through America's first landscaped park, stopping at famous attractions such as Strawberry Fields, Shakespeare Garden, and Cherry Hill fountain.
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum - Entry is free with The New York Pass®
Skip the ticket line during the busy Easter months. The Guggenheim Museum is considered an architectural masterpiece and home to one of the finest modern art collections in the world. Ascend the landmark's grand spiral and experience its special exhibitions and permanent collections during March and April. Visit the attraction's official website for its timetable.
With entry to 100+ attractions, experiences, and tours all included on one pass, it's no wonder we're New York's favorite sightseeing pass. Just choose your duration and start sightseeing when you're ready. And don't forget to download your New York Pass app when you choose mobile delivery at checkout. Build your itinerary or follow our expert picks, enjoy exclusive offers and content and scan-and-go into all included attractions.