Here are some great new tour options for New York City!
Ellis Island is pleased to have reopened on a limited basis. However, due to the nature of the destruction caused by Hurricane Sandy, a few parts of the historic Main Building and museum remain closed. For the first time, the south end (hospital section) where immigrants were quarantined will be open for tours.
The New York Wheel (Staten Island)
The New York Wheel promises to become one of the City’s–and the world’s–great landmark attractions, alongside the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building. Located on the northeastern side of Staten Island (St. George), the 630-foot, or roughly 60-story, attraction will be the tallest observation wheel in the world and the only one in New York City. The Wheel will accommodate up to 1,440 people per ride, welcoming as many as 30,000 visitors per day and an anticipated 4+ million visitors per year.
Broadway Gives Back
One If By Land Tours has a unique partnership established with The Great White Way for every ticket you purchase from us a portion will be donated back to a pre-selected charitable organization! It’s a busy season for Broadway, with a number of new shows coming to the bright lights! Among the productions making their debut are Rocky, Aladdin, and The Bridges of Madison County.