Williamsburg Bridge: Tours & Tickets
What people are saying about Williamsburg Bridge
The most interesting part and the well known sights is in the first half. Recommend sitting on the left if you can as the tour goes anti-clockwise round Manhattan island, although most space is reserved for premier ticket holders. We sat on the right and missed a lot inc Empire State. Second half has less of interest and after 2 hours was enough.
I have done 2 cruises. This one at 2 and a half hours long and the one hour long cruise. In my opinion the longer cruise is more suited to Americans as there is a lot of history here and very interesting. However being a Brit I much preferred the shorter cruise, altho if you want to see the bridges this is only available on the longer cruise.
Our tour guide Ed Rothstein was very good and nice. He knows a lot about history and New York. We had very good day on bike in NYC and saw many things what tourists usually dont see. The bikes were good and it is easer than we though to bike in New York, cause there are many separated bike lines.
This was beautiful & pleasant. I would definitely do this again. The weather was perfect and you can sit inside with clear window views or you could go on deck for a more fascinating experience.
It was good. I little bit cold. Should have warmers and better food on board. People don't follow rules but you could at least insist upon NOT standing in front of someone's view