Discover why everyone is saying “I love New York!” New York City is full of energy and it’s no wonder that it attracts millions of visitors every year. Comfort Tour Canada’s NYC bus tour aims to strike a balance between the planned itinerary, while providing travellers plenty of free time. Tour highlights include Central Park, Times Square, and the World Trade Center. On your free time, there are countless things to do in NYC. We’ve compiled a few of our favourites below!
Our Top Picks
Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Cruise
This cruise is an optional add-on to the Comfort Tour NYC tour package. See one of America’s most famous landmarks up close for a small additional fee. You can find more details here under Itinerary. The statue is a symbol of freedom and democracy and is a must-visit attraction for any visitor. Enjoy breathtaking views of the New York City skyline from the water.
Empire State Building:
The Empire State Building is a skyscraper that has been a symbol of New York City since its completion in 1931. Visitors can take the elevator to the observation deck on the 86th floor and enjoy panoramic views of the city. You can also opt for a VIP ticket that takes you to the 102nd floor for an even more incredible view.
Metropolitan Museum of Art:
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, also known as the Met, is one of the world’s largest and most comprehensive art museums. The museum is home to over two million works of art from around the world, spanning over 5,000 years of history. Visitors can explore the various galleries and exhibitions and enjoy guided tours.
American Museum of Natural History:
The American Museum of Natural History is one of the world’s largest natural history museums. The museum features a vast collection of exhibits and artifacts that explore the natural world and human culture. Visitors can explore the various galleries and exhibitions, including the famous dinosaur fossils and the Hall of Biodiversity.
One World Observatory:
The One World Observatory is located on the 100th floor of the World Trade Center. Visitors can take the elevator to the observation deck and enjoy stunning views of the city. See NYC from the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere.
9/11 Memorial and Museum:
The 9/11 Memorial and Museum is a tribute to the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The museum tells the story of the attacks and their aftermath through interactive exhibits, artifacts, and personal accounts. Visitors can also pay their respects at the memorial, which features two reflecting pools where the Twin Towers once stood.
The High Line is a unique park that runs along a former elevated railroad track in Manhattan’s West Side. The park features gardens, art installations, and stunning views of the city. Visitors can walk along the High Line and enjoy the scenery, or take a guided tour to learn more about the park’s history and design.