The TOUR - Multimedia Sightseeing Tour in New York, NY
The TOUR powered by The RIDE • New York, NY 10036
An immersive multimedia sightseeing experience, THE TOUR offers 90 minutes of up-close views of New York City’s top attractions and landmarks aboard a custom-designed, multi-million-dollar tour bus. Guests can enjoy the vehicle’s licensed tour guides, stadium-style seating, 3,000 LED lights and 40 plasma-screen TVs, while seeing the Broadway District, Central Park, Rockefeller Center, and more.
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Where does THE TOUR pick up and drop off at?
THE TOUR picks up at the corner of 45th street and 7th Avenue. They will drop off at 46th Street and 7th Avenue. Look for the bus, you can’t miss it.
Is THE TOUR kid-friendly? What ages are appropriate?
Children of all ages are allowed. Children 2 and under are considered a lap child.
Are there any restrooms on the bus?
Sorry, there are no bathrooms on the bus.
Is food or drink allowed on the bus?
No, this is not permitted.
Does this operate in bad weather?
Yes, it still operates in all kinds of weather except for the occasional blizzard or hurricane.
How long is THE TOUR around the city?
It takes about 90 minutes.
Can I hop on and off like other bus tours?
THE TOUR isn’t a typical bus tour through New York, it’s an sightseeing experience that highlights Midtown Manhattan and the Upper West Side. So, hopping on or off THE TOUR would mean you’d miss a huge part of the experience.
Are there seat belts on the bus?
There are no seat belts. We don’t go fast enough to warrant seat belts.
What if I’m prone to motion sickness?
We do not travel at high speeds. However, it does have the audience members facing sideways as we travel through New York City, so you can expect some repetitive starting and stopping that may affect some patrons.
What sights around NYC will we see?
Some interesting places are Broadway District, Columbus Circle, the Time Warner Center, Lincoln Center, Central Park, 5th Avenue, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Rockefeller Center, Radio City Music Hall, Times Square, Empire State Building, New NYC Main Branch of the Public Library, Bryant Park and more!
What happens if the bus gets stuck in traffic?
If you get stuck in traffic consider it free entertainment. Our bus is equipped with deeply researched audio, visual and fun technology to support the tour navigator’s historical information.