- A scenic route that skirts world-famous Central Park.
- Convenient hop-on and hop-off at stops near the famed Columbus Circle, Dakota Building, Cathedral of St. John the Divine, Apollo Theater, and many more.
- Seamless connections to Central Park Bike Rental, Central Park Bike Tour, American Museum of Natural History, and Museum of the City of New York, all included in Attraction Pass™™.
- State-of-the-art audio narrations in 11 languages.
Uptown & Harlem Hop-On Hop-Off
This unforgettable Uptown and Harlem Tour route offers you the opportunity to view New York City in a whole new way! Join this double-decker bus tour and take a leisurely route around 843-acre Central Park, America’s first major landscaped public park. The Uptown and Harlem Tour proceeds along the western edge of this testament to greenery and nature, including stops at the American Museum of Natural History at Central Park West and 79th Street. From here, the route progresses northward into historic Harlem, home of the world-famous Apollo Theater and the heart of African-American culture in the city. Take a walk along the eastern edge of Central Park and its “Museum Mile,” where you will find such educational and cultural treasures as the Museum of the City of New York. Returning to Midtown, you can end the night with a spectacular show at Carnegie Hall. Nature, culture, and fun are in store for you on the Uptown and Harlem Tour!
- Central Park
- Carnegie Hall
- Monumento General José de San Martín
- Columbus Circle
- American Museum of Natural History
- The Cathedral of St. John the Divine
- Apollo Theater
- The Plaza Hotel
- General William Tecumseh Sherman Monument
- And More!
Did You Know
- The Upper West Side has been featured as the home of many characters in television shows and movies, including Jerry Seinfeld (also his real-life home) from Seinfeld and Liz Lemon from 30 Rock.
- The Dakota Building has hosted numerous celebrities including: Peter Tchaikovsky, Lauren Bacall, Rosemary Clooney, Judy Garland, John Madden, Yoko Ono, Gilda Radner.
- Many streets in Harlem are named for famous African-American leaders, including Malcolm X and Adam Clayton Powell Jr.
Any stop along the route
(Stop #3 and 16-29)
Daily 9am - 5pm
Unlimited Hop-On Hop-Off
Complete Loop Takes:
Approx. 2 hours