Night Tour at NY City

New York reveals its true magnificence at night when the city that never sleeps glows with millions of lights. Our double decker Night Tour takes you from Times Square down 5th Avenue to the Empire State Building, Greenwich Village, Chinatown, and Little Italy, before crossing over to Brooklyn. As the bus returns to Manhattan the Brooklyn Bridge provides a truly dazzling performance of light and architecture. After passing the United Nations, the tour continues with the Chrysler building and Grand Central Terminal, two of the most beautiful structures in the entire city. Before you know it, the bus has returned to the glamorous lights of Times Square, leaving you with a night of memories to last a lifetime!

  • Departure Point: 286 West 46th Street (Between 7th & 8th Avenue) (Stop #1)

  • Schedule: Daily 7pm – 10pm

  • Complete loop takes approx: 1 hour and 45 minutes

New York reveals its true magnificence at night when the city that never sleeps glows with millions of lights. Our double decker Night Tour takes you from Times Square down 5th Avenue to the Empire State Building, Greenwich Village, Chinatown, and Little Italy, before crossing over to Brooklyn. As the bus returns to Manhattan the Brooklyn Bridge provides a truly dazzling performance of light and architecture. After passing the United Nations, the tour continues with the Chrysler building and Grand Central Terminal, two of the most beautiful structures in the entire city. Before you know it, the bus has returned to the glamorous lights of Times Square, leaving you with a night of memories to last a lifetime! The Night Tour departs from 286 W 46th Street (46th Street Between 7th & 8th Avenue)

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New York reveals its true magnificence at night when the city that never sleeps glows with millions of lights. Our double decker Night Tour takes you from Times Square down 5th Avenue to the Empire State Building, Greenwich Village, Chinatown, and Little Italy, before crossing over to Brooklyn.

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