New York City is home to more iconic American landmarks than most any other US city. From the Statue of Liberty, the globally recognized symbol of the United States, to “the Crossroads of the World,” Times Square, Central Park, and the Chrysler Building.
Visitors to NYC should try to experience as many of these sites as possible, and the best way is to take a tour. Not all tours are created equal. Some “tours” are simply a bus ride through the City, with a recorded narration of the passing sites.
The New York See It All Tour is so much different. Accompanied by an expert tour guide with first-hand knowledge, this all encompassing tour provides a personal and in-depth experience of the city’s top attractions, more than 40 sites. And rather than just driving by, the tour actually stops at many of the sites.
Among others, the tour makes stops at:
Central Park: America’s first public park, and arguably the world’s most famous
Times Square: Known as “The Center of the Universe,” about 330,000 people pass daily
Rockefeller Center: Art Deco commercial center, a historical landmark
St. Patrick’s Cathedral: Neo Gothic Roman Catholic Cathedral
Strawberry Fields and Dakota Building: Both historically significant as they relate to Beatle John Lennon
And you’ll see these cant miss sites:
Ellis Island: Gateway for millions of immigrants to the United States
Brooklyn Bridge: The first steel wire suspension bridge built
St. Paul’s Chapel: Completed in 1766, the oldest surviving church building in Manhattan
See even more sites when you add a boat cruise to your day. The Premium New York See it All Tour includes all the stops of the See it All tour, plus your guide will take you across the water, and point out even more of New York City, one of the world’s largest natural harbors.