New York is one of the state of the United States of America, the highest population density and the largest in size among the other states. It is a center of finance, business, art, science, technology and development, one of the most advanced cities in the United States. New York City is the capital of the United States of America, with economic symbols such as global corporations and banks. New York City has United Nations headquarters as well as the stock market.
New York City was established as a commercial center in 1624 by Dutch settlers, then renamed the New Amsterdam. In 1664 the city was under English control. The name of New York was named after Charles II gave the land to his brother Duke of York. New York was the capital of the United States of America from 1785 to 1790.
Museum of Modern Art
Empire State Building
Metropolitan Museum of Art
New York Top of the Rock
Rockefeller Center Observatory
It allows you to choose 7, 5 or 3 top attractions to visit. Cardholders have 30 days to use the card after visiting the first attraction. Attractions are Top of the Rock Observation, Rockefeller Center Tour, Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, Museum of Modern Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, NBC Studio Tour, movie tours, cruises, and more. Also included with the card are shopping, dining, and additional attraction discounts.
New York City Pass
The attractions are Empire State Building; Metropolitan Museum of Art and same-day admission to The Cloisters; American Museum of Natural History; Museum of Modern Art (MoMA); Option Ticket One with choice of either Top of the Rock™ Observation Deck or Guggenheim Museum; Option Ticket Two with choice of either a Circle Line Sightseeing Cruise or Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island. $106 adult, $79 youth aged 6–17.
New York Pass
Grants access to over 50 top attractions with line skipping privileges. Passes are available for 1 day ($80 adult, $60 child), 2 days ($130 adult, $110 child), 3 days ($140 adult, $120 child) or 7 days ($180 adult, $140 child). Remember, you must obtain a ticket in each attraction. You can visit as many attractions as you want in the time period – the more attractions you visit, the more you save. Also includes a free 140 page guide book, but is much better to organize your visits previously, via internet.