NY SEE IT ALL! Itinerary:
Leaving at 8:30am, 10am, and 3pm
Where: Meet the Shuttle on the West Side of 7th Avenue, between 50th & 51st Streets, in front of the Toast of
Broadway red awning.
Your ticketless email confirmation will have it printed on the bottom so there is no reason to write it down now.
Here are my suggestions. Do the 10am so the rush hour traffic with all the cabs, etc. is pretty much over. I think
I would take a cab this day because of the time restrictions.you have with the tour. After that, you might want to
check out the subway to get around.
If you do the tour on Tuesday, it could give you a good overview on places you might want to re-visit on
Wednesday or Thursday.
The Empire State building is a must. Maybe mid-day when the Sun is high in the sky.
You could take a subway down to the Wall St. area and be close to the 911 site and the ferry out to the Statue of Liberty.
Get out at all of the following stops: My pics in red.
•World Trade Center Site
•New York Stock Exchange
•St. Paul’s Chapel
•World Financial Center
•Madison Square Park
•South Street Seaport
•US Customs Building
•5th Avenue - Famous shopping area
•Rockefeller Center - Famous for their outside ice-skating rink
•NBC’s Today Show Set
•St. Patrick’s Cathedral
•Canyon of Heroes
We also see the STATUE OF LIBERTY up close from the Staten Island Ferry. The EMPIRE STATE
BUILDING is an optional ending point for your tour, giving you time to enjoy the view from the
observation deck at your own pace after the tour.
See the following attractions from the comfort of the shuttle (we do not stop at these):
•Central Park Zoo
•Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
•Met Life Building
•Washington Square Park
•New York Public Library
•Macy’s - Famous store near your hotel
Looks like the Green line has a stop near your hotel. You could take this down to the Wall St. area