A $29.00 value, FREE with your New York Explorer Pass!
Best prices guaranteed. Seasonal discounts applied at checkout.
Join your loved ones on a magical 90-minute cruise through New York’s waterways, and make romantic memories as you watch the city come to life at twilight. Watch as the sun sets and thousands of lights begin to illuminate the night sky twinkling to life atop the many buildings and landmarks that create the most stunning skyline in the world.
Hours6:30pm daily *Schedule subject to change in case of inclement weather.
ClosingsChristmas Day and New Year’s Day. All holiday hours are subject to change without notice,November 1-May 28
Redemption InstructionsProceed to the City Sightseeing Cruises Ticket Office. Be sure to pick up your ticket while the Ticket Office is open. The cruise is 90 minutes long and snacks and drinks are available for purchase on board. Snacks and drinks are available for purchase on the boat. Free shuttle bus service is available to and from the terminal located at W. 38th Street & 12th Avenue.
Included Extra(s)Priority Boarding to New York Explorer Pass customers.
AddressPier 78 W. 38th St. and 12th Avenue New York, NY 10018
Public TransportationBy Subway: A, C, E trains to 34th St. Walk to 38th St. and 12th Ave.
City Sightseeing Cruises Twilight Cruise brings you a maritime view of the following iconic sights:
- Empire State Building: The most recognizable building in NYC. Regularly bathed in various colored lights to commemorate special occasions and holidays
- Statue of Liberty: Did you know this statue was a gift from France in the 1800s to recognize American endeavors that brought about the end of slavery
- Ellis Island: The immigration hub of America during the 19th and 20th centuries
- Battery Park: A grassy park at the southernmost tip of Manhattan
- Governors Island: A small island one-half mile off the coast of Manhattan
- Brooklyn Bridge: Once the largest suspension bridge in the world, now a world-famous landmark
- Manhattan Bridge: A suspension bridge crossing New York’s East River
- Williamsburg Bridge: Connects the Lower East Side of Manhattan with the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn
- South Street Seaport: Home to many of the piers from which New York Harbor cruises depart, including this one
- United Nations: The most prestigious international organization in the world, housed here in NYC
- Museum of Jewish Heritage: A living memorial to those who were killed in the World War II Holocaust
- Chrysler Building: A 319-meter tall art deco skyscraper
To thank you for your patronage, City Sightseeing Cruises has a fleet of complimentary shuttle buses that will pick you up from various points around the city, and return you safely back upon completion of your cruise. Should you choose to find your own transportation; cruises depart from Pier 78, at 455 12th Avenue. Enjoy your magical ride through the waters surrounding the Big Apple, and be sure to take lots of pictures!