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Beat the big crowds at the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island with this early-access tour. Enjoy special early-morning priority boarding for the ferry, and then cruise over to Liberty Island before most of the crowds arrive. Follow a guide on a tour of two of New York City’s most iconic landmarks as you learn about their significance to the US and world history.
In the grand Metropolitan Museum of Art, it’s easy to get lost, or to spend hours looking for the exhibits you’d like to see most. With this guided tour, you won’t waste time wandering aimlessly. Bypass the chaos of the entrance lines with a skip-the-line admission ticket, and head inside where your guide’s packed agenda leads you to the top highlights of the museum’s collections in just a few hours.
Go behind the scenes of one of America's top television studios with this memorable tour that showcases the best of NBC. The interactive experience puts travelers right in touch with the action and includes hands-on options that are perfect for visitors of all ages. Check out the sets of Saturday Night Live and the Today Show. Film your own TV segment, which you'll be emailed to show friends back at home. Learn about the business of producing some of the nation's top programming and see iconic landmarks like Radio City Music Hall as part of this incredible tour.
Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Tour Including Pedestal Access, Lower Manhattan Sightseeing and 9/11 Museum Entry
Experience three of New York’s most iconic landmarks—the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and 9/11 Memorial Museum—in one day. A guide provides historical background for each location, and then gives you free time to explore at your own pace. While most tours are nonstop, you get to enjoy a lunch break (own expense) before joining the guide for tailored walking tour of Lower Manhattan and the 9/11 Memorial.
You can explore NYC’s Theater District on your own, but you could miss out on a lot of the important details. This Disney on Broadway walking tour is led by a guide who works in the industry and shows you around the area, while letting you in on some very behind-the-scenes info. Plus, you’ll also gain exclusive access to the New Amsterdam Theatre’s prop and costume studio where props from popular Disney shows are stored.
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