There’s more to New York City than Manhattan which is why the New York City Borough Pass has been introduced to promote the neighborhoods and cultures that make the Big Apple such a unique and dynamic destination.
The sightseeing pass features an array of popular cultural attractions, museums and performing arts venues in across the five boroughs of The Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island. Passholders can redeem their passes for entry at Alice Austen House Museum, City Reliquary Museum, Dyckman Farmhouse Museum, Fraunces Tavern Museum, King Manor, Lewis Latimer House Museum, MoMA PS1, Museum at Eldridge Street, New York Botanical Garden, Noble Maritime Collection, Rubin Museum of Art, Staten Island Children’s Museum and Van Cortlandt House Museum and receive discounts for performances at the Amateur Night at the Apollo and Repertorio Español.
The Pass is available in 1,3, 7 or 90-day options allowing locals and travellers to choose the duration best for them. Prices range from $35 to $102.
“I’m hyped to launch the New York City Borough Pass and help visitors and other locals celebrate the nuanced diversity and cultural heritage of the city I have called home my entire life,” said John A. Marshall, founder and Chief Stewardship Officer of NYCBP.
“More importantly, our pass aims to stimulate a more sustainable and equitable distribution of the significant economic benefits of NYC tourism and support local businesses and communities in all boroughs.”
The company has doubled down on this mission, committing 5 per cent of annual net profits to a scholarship for local students pursuing hospitality careers and 5 per cent to a partner development fund to support initiatives by participating suppliers.