CityPass is the best way to see New York in a day

CityPass has you covered with the best possible way to see New York City in a day.

Life + Leisure Travel and Getaways Koelen Andrews

This article was published on August 4th, 2019

Though it is highly recommended to spend more than just this small amount of time there, what would happen if you only had one day (24 hours) in New York City? There’s truly so much to see, do, and take in… where would you even start? Have no worries: CityPass has you covered with the best possible way to see New York City in a day.

NYC is definitely a place where you can enjoy a lot of activities if you have the right plan and tools to do so. New York is the second largest city in North America, and there’s so much to see, do, and explore. Experience the best of NCY with CityPass – not only do you get to go to all the places you have on your bucket list, but you can get them for the best package price!

These are just some of the places you can go to with the CityPass:

The American Museum of Natural History. Step back in time to eras when plants and animals ruled the earth. The American Museum of Natural History has the largest whale and dinosaurs in the country. 

The Metropolitan Museum of Art. The MET has over 5,000 years of art from every corner of the world. During WorldPride they had a fabulous fashion exhibit that the gays went wild for! And how could anyone forget the outrageous camp-themed MET Gala?

The 9/11 Memorial and Museum. Pay your respects and examine the history and artifacts of the World Trade Center and the fatal attacks that proved to be the United States’ deadliest.

The Top of the Rock at Rockefeller Center. You can enjoy some of the best panoramic views of New York City from atop 30 Rock. There are some of the best views of the Empire State Building and Central Park.

The Guggenheim Museum. The Guggenheim museum is a New York City treasure in that it is the architecture museum. Discover 60 years of architecture history at this fascinating museum. (Bonus: Check out the nearby The Vessel! (not a part of CityPass, so please don’t confuse it, but make it part of the NYC must-do experience) ). 

There’s more than this included in the CityPass package, including Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, the Intrepid, etc. – thanks to CityPass, you’ll be able to see as many attractions as you want, all in a New York Minute. 

Never been to New York City? Planning your next trip to the Big Apple can get very overwhelming super-fast. There’s so much to see, do, and explore in New York City. To learn more about what to see and do in NYC, visit

You’ll want to soak up as much of New York City as possible while you’re there. The best possible value to explore the biggest and most sought after attractions in NYC is with CityPass.

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