Isle of Manhattan (Flight Tour Only)

Isle of Manhattan (Flight Tour Only)
Experience the “City That Never Sleeps”. Walk through the exciting chaos of Times Square, visit Ellis Island to see the Statue of Liberty, visit Ground Zero, tour the Metropolitan Museum of Art and walk through the tranquil Central Park.
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Day 1 Hello New York City
Meet your tour director
Midtown walking tour
Rockefeller CenterSt. Patrick's CathedralTrump TowerTimes SquareGrand Central Terminal
Details: Midtown walking tour
Take a walking tour through the humming streets of New York’s Midtown which is the home of famous sights such as Times Square, Rockefeller Center, Madison Square Garden and some of the city’s most revered museums and institutions.
Details: Empire State Building & Observatory visit
The Empire State Building rises over the Manhattan skyline like a throne. Admire its Art Deco curves up close as you ascend a quarter of a mile skyward to get New York's best aerial view. From the top, you'll see the Monopoly-board patchwork of skyscrapers, hotels, apartments, and parks that make up the city. Note that the tallest buildings cluster in Midtown—this section of the island has the strongest foundations, making it the only area where skyscrapers won't sink into the harbor.
Day 2 New York City landmarks
Lower Manhattan guided sightseeing tour
Trinity ChurchWall Street9/11 Memorial visitChinatownLittle Italy
Optional  Broadway show  $75
Details: Ferry boat to Ellis Island & Statue of Liberty
The statue, a joint venture between the U.S. and France, was commissioned to honor the 100th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence and the friendly Franco-American relations established at that time. Once a gallows field for convicted pirates, Ellis Island became a federal immigration station in 1892. In the years that followed, Ellis Island saw roughly 12 million immigrants pass through its halls to enter the United States of America. In 1965 Lyndon B. Johnson declared the island part of the Statue of Liberty National Monument, and in 1990 it was reopened as the Ellis Island Immigration Museum, which today attracts over 2 million visitors per year. Over 40% of American citizens can trace their family heritage to Ellis Island!
Details: Lower Manhattan guided sightseeing tour
Tour Lower Manhattan, where industry, immigration, and colonial history converge. As the symbol of Western capitalism, Wall Street's modern traders bristle with cell phones, PDAs, and other modern tech accessories. This area's original traders, however, were Dutch colonialists, who gave the street its name by building a wall here to protect themselves from British settlers. Nearby Trinity Church, once the tallest building in the city, holds the grave of Alexander Hamilton and other Revolutionary luminaries who helped shape the emerging United States, and thousands of immigrants, who shaped the modern country, came in through Battery Park, the immigration entry point for the city until the operation moved to Ellis Island.
Day 3 Uptown New York
Central Park walking tour
Cherry HillStrawberry FieldsBelvedere CastleDelacorte Theater
Details: Radio City Music Hall guided visit
Get a behind-the-scenes look at what goes on behind the razzle-dazzle of one of the world’s most famous entertainment venues. A historic theater that was declared a city landmark in the 1970’s, the Radio City Music Hall has also been the venue for the MTV Video Music Awards, Grammy Awards, Tony Awards and the Daytime Emmy Award shows.
Details: Metropolitan Museum of Art visit
The Metropolitan Museum, known to New Yorkers as the MET, houses a vast permanent collection of over two-million works of art, as well as cutting-edge feature exhibitions from the world’s most prominent artists. Tour the museum’s grand halls, drawing inspiration from the masters. Highlights include European Paintings, Modern Art & Photography, and The Costume Institute, as well as the stunning traditional works of Egypt, Ancient Greece and Rome, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas.
Details: Central Park walking tour
Take a walking tour of the most famous park in the United States. With over 800 verdant acres located smack-dab in the middle of bustling Manhattan, Central Park has been a bucolic oasis amidst the towering buildings of urban New York. Your local guide will lead you through the park, as you make your way past bikers, rollerbladers, and the occasional horse-and-buggy! And don't forget to watch out for one of Central Park's most famous year-round residents, Pale Male, the red-tailed hawk that calls Central Park his home.
Details: Broadway show
If it sings and dances, laughs or cries, you'll find it here. The range of Broadway's theatrical productions, from Shakespearean tragedies to sequins-and-feathers musicals, is immense, and the glitter, hype, and talent draw audiences from around the world. See some of the biggest theater America has to offer on one of its most famous streets.
Day 4 New York City
Travel home
Details: American Museum of Natural History visit
Walk past exhibits chronicling human evolution, see examples of minerals, gems and space meteors and stand next to full-sized dinosaur skeletons in the grand marble halls of this museum.

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  • Day 4 Start extension in New York City
    MoMA visit
    Details: United Nations visit
    New York has always been the embodiment of the American melting pot, and nowhere is its ethnic and national diversity more on display than in the United Nations Building. The 18-acre complex is officially international territory, with six official languages (Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian, and Spanish), its own postage stamps, and an enormous staff representing over 200 countries. See the chambers where the UN councils meet and learn more about the UN's peacekeeping and diplomatic goals and history.
    Day 5 New York City
    Travel home
    Details: American Museum of Natural History visit
    Walk past exhibits chronicling human evolution, see examples of minerals, gems and space meteors and stand next to full-sized dinosaur skeletons in the grand marble halls of this museum.
    Isle of Manhattan
    Tour Includes:
    • Round-trip airfare
    • Airport transfers
    • 3 overnight stays (4 with extension) in hotels with private bathrooms
    • Manhattan Hotel Property
    • Breakfast daily (except arrival day)
    • Dinner daily (except departure day)
    • Full-time services of a professional Tour Director
    • Guided sightseeing tours and city walks as per itinerary
    • Visits to select attractions as per itinerary
    • Subway package
    • Overnight security chaperone
    • Tour Diary™
    • Note: Tour cost does not include airline-imposed baggage fees, or fees for any required passport or visa. Please visit our Fees FAQ page for a full list of items that may not be included in the cost of your tour.

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