April 4, 2013
Whether you want to explore world-class museums or visit famous landmarks, New York City offers plenty of attractions and sites for all kinds of travelers. As you are planning a getaway for two or for the whole family, Smart Destinations can help you find great deals for your next spring vacation. The New York Explorer Pass lets you skip the line at most attractions and save 55 percent off gate prices. While you can choose from 55 popular attractions with the New York Explorer Pass, here are a few that other travelers identify as the best.
A favorite destination in New York City is the American Museum of Natural History. By exploring exhibits which span the geological and social history of the planet, visitors will get a chance to see everything from a famous collection of dinosaur bones to a gallery of exquisite gems. The Museum is particularly well known for the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life and the Gottesman Hall of Planet Earth.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of the prestigious art museums across the globe. The Met houses more than two million works of art and artifacts, including special galleries and rotating exhibits. The Met is also home to one of the best collections of Ancient Egyptian artifacts in the world.
For those with an interest in television or journalism, the NBC Studio Tour lets visitors see sets from Saturday Night Live, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, The Today Show, and more. A video narrated by Matt Lauer and Meredith Viera also recounts a detailed history of the network.
Many travelers enjoy a visit to the historical Empire State Building. The Empire State Building Observatory is one of the most visited attractions in New York City, providing panoramic views of the entire city from 200 feet in the air. A trip to the 86th floor is an excellent photo opportunity.
Each of these popular attractions and many more are available with the New York Explorer Pass. Smart Destinations is featuring promotions to help you make the most of your trip to New York City this spring; these promotions are available on the website on a limited-time basis. For more information on the New York Explorer Pass, and any other Smart Destinations products, visit www.smartdestinations.com.