|Museums & Attractions
When measured against all the world's great cities, the shear volume of things to do in New York is overwhelming. Over 150 museums dot the five boroughs. New York's grand avenues are teeming with internationally famous attractions and sights. Long lines and "sold out" attractions can cause major disappointments. We always recommend reserving and purchasing all your attraction tickets in advance. NYC Tours, Inc. has made this a simple task -- one call does it all! We are an established presence in the New York tourist trade and we can provide you with advance reservations and tickets for just about any of the city's most popular attractions.
State Building -- international
famous Art Deco masterpiece offers a birds eye view of the city
City Music Hall Backstage Tour
-- This is a wonderful way to see this famous theater and to meet
a dancer from the world famous Rockettes.
Opera House / Lincoln Center Tour -- Lincoln Centers
12 theaters makeup America's pre-eminent culture center, these opulent
and world famous buildings have tours available through out the day.
Hall Tour -- perhaps the world's most famous concert
hall offers a wonderful tour of the theater with a lot of musical
Ride in Central Park -- is a nice romantic touch.
Museum of Art -- a must see (the most visited
attraction in NYC) This world renowned museum houses the most encyclopedic
collection of Art & Antiquities in the world. Covering 17 acres
with 2 million square feet of gallery space everyone will find something
of joy in this extraordinary collection of four million objects. Some
of the major sights are.... an actual Egyptian temple taken apart
and moved to the museum from the banks of the Nile. A huge collection
of musical instruments, guns & weapons, the largest collection
of Roman & Greek artifacts outside of Rome & Greece. An extraordinary
collection of European painting (10% of the worlds Rembrandts)
Museum of Natural History -- The world's pre-eminent
natural history museum. Covering 3 city blocks, with over 38 million
items in it’s collection. The museum is divided into over 40 exhibition
halls. Ranging from dinosaurs to rare gems, and from African Elephants
to space exploration. In a single visit you can experience the wonders
of the cosmos, the beauty of the natural world, and the diversity
of human cultures.
Planetarium at the American Museum of Natural History
-- The Hayden is the world's most advanced Planetarium, housed in
a giant sphere that seems to float in the center of the internationally
acclaimed Rose Center for Earth & Space. Blast off from earth
on a journey through the galaxy in the spectacular “Sky Theater”.
The adjacent “Big Bang” theater provides a multi-sensory re-creation
of the first moments of the universe. Hundreds of additional exhibits
help visitors explore the galaxy, space and Earth. Admission also
includes access to the main collection of the American Museum of Natural
Square Garden Behind the Scenes Tour -- this is a wonderful
tour, they will take you into the locker rooms of the Knicks &
Rangers, into the luxury sky boxes and private clubhouse; very popular
and a lot of fun.
Studio Tour -- NBC world headquarters are at Rockefeller
Center and they offer a backstage tour of many of the famous studios.
Ride -- Most people are very impressed with the quality
of the renovations that have taken place in what is the world's largest
Sea Air & Space Museum -- America's most famous
aircraft carrier. Hundreds of exhibits including the USS Growler (the
worlds only guided missile sub open to the public), dozens of modern
& vintage aircraft.
of Liberty & Ellis Island -- Lady Liberty has watched
over New York harbor for over a century
Cruise - Fully narrated harbor cruise with spectacular
views of the world’s most famous skyline and the Statue of Liberty.
A variety of cruise itineraries are available.
Cruise - Gourmet meal and entertainment aboard this
Nations Tour -- guided tour featuring the General Assembly
Hall and Council Chambers
the Artist - for theater lover we can provide a question
and answer session with a performing artist from Broadway, Dance,
Opera or the Symphony.