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What people are saying about Guggenheim Museum, New York
I bought our pass on-line about a fortnight before we left for New York with my 18 year old daughter. I got an e-mail in reply giving instructions on how to exchange the voucher for the pass when we got to New York. We exchanged ours at Ripleys but which you can do at several attractions in the city. We then had the choice of five out of the sixty odd attractions offered. We chose the Radio City Music Hall, Empire State building, Top of the Rock, The American Museum of Natural History and Ripley's Believe it or not. All were excellent and there were many others we would have liked to have done. New York is quite expensive and to have paid separately for entry would have cost far more than we paid for the pass. Well worth doing.
I got the 3 day uptown, mid-town, downtown, 1 hour cruise and night time package with entry into a museum plus a get 1 hour free biking around the park. Def worth doing - I stayed in Manhattan Time Square. I was there for 5 days but during my package period was unable to get back to do everything I'd wanted so...FYI, if you do the same and want to "extend" for another day, just go into the Big Bus office and get an upgrade for $20 as opposed to buying another one day ticket.
It was a little hard to figure out how to get on the bus to begin with....we were not in Times Square when we wanted to hop on. Once we figured that out, we liked the ability to hop off somewhere, explore and get back on again; hassle free. One seat (the last available) didn't have a seat cushion and I tore my jeans standing up. Other that that, it was a convenient way to see NYC.
Excellent tour, did all three in a row, we really enjoyed in it. Especially I would like to highlite your colleague Sherwood, extremely funny guy, with thousand of little story's along a way, about every corner of New York, and with great sense of humor, to make a tour differ from the other one's. Bravo ! Greetings from Belgrade, Serbia ! Jovan
In New York, easy to take subway, you can go to Battery Park , pick your boarding pass Ferry ticket to Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Immigration Museum. You should to know which subway line take you to right place. Google map will help you. Central Park is good place for walk.