See the icons in a New York minute! If you are looking for an overview of Manhattan, the Land and Sea Package is the perfect choice.
The Downtown Loop is a great way to explore Lower Manhattan including popular neighborhoods such as the Flatiron District, Union Square, Little Italy, Chinatown, Soho & NoHo, Greenwich Village & the East Village, Chelsea and the Financial District. Wander around Wall St. to see the infamous Stock Exchange and Charging Bull, eat your way through Little Italy and Chinatown then shop till you drop at all the high end or boutique stores SoHo is famous for!
Duration: 90 minutes if you stay on; however, you can hop on and off throughout the day
Operates: Every hour from 9:30am to 4:30pm
Present your e-tickets to one of the agents across the street from M&M World at 48th Street and 7th Avenue (Stop 1)
Stops available on the Downtown Loop are:
Available Tour Languages
Bus schedule is subject to change due to street closures, weather conditions and other circumstances beyond our control. Visit https://www.bigbustours.com/en/new-york/service-information to see current service changes.
If you missed getting the perfect shot of The Statue of Liberty as you cruised by, or you don’t like the face you’re pulling on your selfie with the Brooklyn Bridge, don’t worry!
On this leisurely 90-minute trip, you pass every sight twice, so you can get it right the second time. There are plenty of views you’ll want to photograph from the astonishing list of landmarks en route.
You’ll undoubtedly recognize Lady Liberty and Brooklyn Bridge, but your expert guide will add to your knowledge of the city by pointing out other places along the way such as the ‘Titanic’ Pier, USS Intrepid and Wall Street as he weaves them all into the fascinating narration about Midtown and Lower Manhattan.
No reservations required. We recommend arriving 30-45 minutes ahead of departure time to secure the best possible seats.
Jan 1 - Mar 18: Daily: 12:00pm
Mar 19 – Dec 31: Daily: 12:30pm & 3:00pm
Departure Location: Pier 83 (west 42nd Street & 12th Avenue)