Manhattan Skyline
Manhattan Skyline
Manhattan Skyline

Manhattan Skyline Tours and Tickets

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One of the most instantly recognizable backdrops for movie montages over recent years, the Manhattan skyline is New York City's shining beacon, designed to impress and inspire. From historical fixtures like the Empire State Building and Chrysler Building to the One World Trade Center, this man-made masterpiece dazzles at any time of day and from any vantage point in the NYC area.

  • Manhattan, New York City, New York

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Cathrin_K, Oct 2023
Spectacular, awsome, great
Spectacular views! Informative friendly guide. High safety and security. Succsession vibes. Really great experience!
Konstantia_K, Oct 2023
Amazing experience!!
The ground staff was kind and guided us on the safety process. Pilot was super nice as well and explained the whole time what we saw. I would definitely recommend that tour to a friend
Tiffany_T, Sep 2023
Great! (even in the rain!)
The staff and the cruise were amazing! It was raining but the views were still great. I thought the storm might cause me to get motion sick but the boat moves the whole time so it was fine. The staff still took pics of us out in the rain. Perfect experience!! The inside of the boat was clean and nice, too.
Ashraf_A, Sep 2023
Can’t recommend this highly enough
Exceptional staff, amazing views! The vessel was clean and well looked after. The bar service was good and not over priced. The scenery is the icing on the cake
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:Should I book Manhattan Skyline tickets in advance?
A:
We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Manhattan Skyline can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
Q:How much does it cost to visit Manhattan Skyline 2024?
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Currently, an entrance ticket to Manhattan Skyline costs USD 65.00. Guided Manhattan Skyline tours start around USD 65.00 per person.
People Also Ask
Q:Where can you see the skyline in Manhattan?
A:For a ground-level view of the Manhattan skyline—and a free view at that—you can’t beat the borough's parks and green spaces. Central Park and lesser-known spots like Fort Greene Park, Valentino Pier, and Gantry Plaza State Park offer great views. Head to One World Observatory or the Empire State Building to get higher.
Q:Is the NYC skyline free?
A:Yes, there are plenty of places where you can view the NYC skyline for free. For starters, Manhattan’s Central Park offers excellent views, as does the Brooklyn Bridge, Fort Washington Park, Domino Park, and more. You could also catch it from the Roosevelt Island Tramway for just a few bucks.
Q:What can you see in the Manhattan skyline?
A:What you can see in the Manhattan skyline depends on where you’re standing and looking, but you’re probably catching views of 30 Rockefeller Center, the Chrysler Building, the Empire State Building, the Flatiron, One World Trade Center, 30 Hudson Yards, 432 Park Avenue, Woolworth Tower, 40 Wall Street, and many, many others.
Q:Where can I go for a view in Manhattan?
A:If you’re willing to spend some change, you can catch great skyline views from the Empire State Building, The Edge, Rockefeller Center (Top of The Rock), or the roof of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Check out the borough’s green spaces, like Central Park or Bryant Park, for free views.
Q:Where is the best skyline view in NYC for free?
A:For the best view in NYC, try Hudson River Park, just south of Chelsea Piers, or Pier 26. The Pier 57 Rooftop Park is a great spot, as are other green spaces like Central Park or Brooklyn’s Domino Park. The Brooklyn Bridge and Brooklyn Bridge Park don’t disappoint either.
Q:Where is the highest viewing point in Manhattan?
A:The Apex at The Edge NYC takes the cake—it’s the highest outdoor skydeck in the Western Hemisphere at 1,271 feet (387 meters). It can be found at 30 Hudson Yards, a massive steel-and-glass skyscraper with its observation deck suspended in mid-air. You’ll get 360-degree views and the sensation you’re floating above Manhattan.