See NYC in a private tour group! New York is a phenomenal city with lots to offer, and the best way to experience the highlights is with one of the 6 Hours Bus and Boat tour in NYC from Small Bus Tours NYC.
Six Hour Bus and Boat Tour
Explore New York City by bus and see the Famous Statue of Liberty by boat!
- Free hotel pickup available!
- Please dress appropriately for the weather
- Food and snacks are allowed on the bus
- Lunch Schedule: 12:40am-13:20pm
- Lunch Restaurant and Menu click link below:
Pick up is at west 51st and Broadway in front of the Time Square McDonald’s. Please Arrive on time. Bus Departs at 9:30 am sharp. Please Dress appropriately for the weather that day, Food and snacks are allowed on the bus. Come enjoy our NYC Bus Tours, New York, NY.
All of our 24 passenger buses are new luxury limousines that have:
Bucket seats, Wi-Fi, large windows, high roof, and free water on board.
- Person Ages 3+
Explore the Big Apple and enjoy its majestic sights with this 6 hour Bus and Boat Tour in New York!
New York is a phenomenal city with lots to offer, and the best way to experience the highlights is with one of the 6 Hours Bus and Boat tour in NYC from Small Bus Tours NYC. Let us take you on a journey that gives you first hand exposure to the heart of the city and the unique elements that make it stand apart as one of the capitals of the world.
The tour starts at 9:30 a.m. sharp at West 51st and Broadway in front of the Times Square McDonald’s restaurant. We encourage all our passengers to dress appropriately for the weather and encourage them to bring along food and snacks for their comfort.
Why It’s Worth It
On our sightseeing bus and boat tours you get the services of an experienced local guide that travels with you as you hop off and on the bus. This elevates our tours from simply riding around and looking at the sights into a combination bus and walking tour. Your bus waits as you explore attractions with the help of your guide, this saves your group from having to delay the rest of the tour while waiting for another bus to continue the journey. In addition to a dedicated guide, you also receive a boat ride pass to the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and Governor’s Island.
Tour Guide on Bus. Our tour guide hops off and. hops on with you. It combines a bus tour with short walks with your tour guide while the bus waits for you to return back to the same bus and a boat ride by The Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and Governors Island.
- Theater District
Tour Starts At West 51st & Broadway In Front Of Mcdonalds
- Times Square
- Garment District
- Madison Square Garden
- Penn Station
- Pennsylvania Hotel
- Herald Square
- Empire State Building
New York University
Washington Square Park
(Hop Off: Short Walk With A Tour Guide)
- China Town
- Five Points
- Federal Court Building
- State Court Building
- Brooklyn Bridge City Hall
(Hop Off: Short Walkwith A Tour Guide)
- Financial District
- Wall Street
- Trinity Church
- Wall Street Bull
- National Museum of The American Indian
- 1 Hour Boat Ride By The Statue Of Liberty
Ellis Island, Governors Island, To Staten Island
(Hop Off: Onto The Boat Ride With Your Tour Guide)
- Ground Zero
One World Trade Center
(Hop Off: Short Walk With A Tour Guide)
- East Side
- Brooklyn Bridge
- Manhattan Bridge
- Williamsburg Bridge
- United Nations Complex
- Grand Central Station
(Hop Off: Short Walk With a Tour Guide)
- Bryant Park
- Trump International Hotel And Tower
- Central Park
- Columbus Circle
AND FINALLY BACK TO TIMES SQUARE!
VISIT THE FAMOUS LADY LIBERTY!
The Statue of Liberty is a colossal neoclassical sculpture on Liberty Island in New York Harbor in New York City. The copper statue was originally conceived as an emblem of the friendship between the people of France and the U.S. and a sign of their mutual desire for liberty, over the years the Statue has become much more. It is the Mother of Exiles, greeting millions of immigrants and embodying hope and opportunity for those seeking a better life in America. It stirs the desire for freedom in people all over the world. It represents the United States itself.