- View Manhattan’s most notable landmarks from atop an open-air double-decker bus.
- Take in the Brooklyn Bridge and New York’s famous skyline at night.
- Observe some of Manhattan’s most breathtaking landmarks fully illuminated, including the Chrysler Building and Grand Central Terminal.
- Sit back, relax, and enjoy the city in a unique and exciting way.
There is no better way to take in the incredible sights and sounds of “The City That Never Sleeps” than by touring New York at night. On TopView’s Night Tour, you’ll soak in the city’s mesmerizing lights from your seat atop a double-decker bus. With a departure point located under the glittering lights of Times Square, you’ll enjoy plenty of Manhattan’s most famous sights - including the United Nations, the Chrysler Building, and Grand Central Terminal, Greenwich Village, Chinatown, Little Italy – all aglow in their dazzling nighttime glory. This tour also crosses the Manhattan Bridge so that you can view the breathtaking Brooklyn Bridge and the entire Manhattan skyline all aglow. Not only does this night tour give you the perfect opportunity to sit back and relax after a long day of exploring, it also allows you gaze in wonder at the millions of lights that combine to create one of the most beautiful, radiant cities in the world.
- Times Square
- Flatiron Building
- Union Square
- 5th Avenue City Hall
- Brooklyn Bridge
- Manhattan Bridge
- Manhattan Skyline
- Grand Central Terminal
- United Nations
- One World Trade Center
- And More!
Did You Know
- At its peak, Times Square requires 161 megawatts of electricity, which is enough to power all of the casinos in Las Vegas…twice!
- The Manhattan skyline is magnificent thanks to the city’s more than 200 buildings measuring 500 feet or taller. This number is twice as many as any other US city.
- Constructed in 1913, Grand Central Terminal was the first it was the first all-electric station ever built.
46th St btwn 7th Ave & 8th Ave, off of 8th Ave
Hop-On Hop-Off Connection Stop:
Downtown Hop-On Hop-Off: Stop #1
Daily 6pm - 10pm
Complete Loop Takes:
Approx. 1 hour and 45 minutes