New York City Night Loop Double-Decker Bus Tour

View New York when it shines! Capture the best sites in New York and enjoy the lights, the sounds and the atmosphere of the “City that Never Sleeps!” Hot spots include Chinatown, Greenwich Village, SoHo, the Lower East Side, the Rockefeller Center and much more! Visiting during the holidays? From November 25 through December 30, NYC Night Tour becomes a Holiday Lights tour, featuring animated windows, Christmas decorations & the giant tree at Rockefeller Center.


  • This spectacular night tour will highlight the lights and life of the “city that never sleeps”!
  • Capture the Empire State Building as you’ve never seen it!
  • See the city highlights while we navigate and narrate!
  • Drive through the Lower East Side and past the United Nations at night!
  • Relax on our top of the line double-decker luxury buses, air-conditioned for comfort.
  • Enjoy unobstructed views from the top level or the lower air-conditioned level.
  • Leave the taxi fare at home since we do all the driving.
  • This is the perfect opportunity to view the city in a short amount of time!
  • Discover the history of these New York City high points with our live narration.
  • Bring your camcorder or camera for a memorable evening!


This time-saver trip enables you to capture awe-inspiring New York sights at their best – at night! Cruise around the city on a comfortable double-decker bus providing the best views of these sites!

See Central Park, Times Square, the Empire State Building, Greenwich Village, SoHo, Chinatown and Little Italy. These are among the best New York sites to see! This tour includes a stop in Brooklyn for magnificent views of Manhattan’s skyline.

The Empire State Building is cemented in both New York and U.S. History. See it lit up at night and hear why the light colors change during the year.

Greenwich Village is a must see! For over 100 years, the small area near 14th Street and the west of Broadway has been like a Mecca for the creative artists, rebellious and Bohemian. Even though today no passionate starving artist can afford to live in this area, the vibe still remains and the beat goes on.

SoHo, an acronym for South of Houston Street. The SoHo that will surround you, with its cast-iron warehousing and cobblestone streets that arose around 1850’s after the residential population had moved uptown.

Squeezed into a tiny area of lower Manhattan, Chinatown continues to be an immigrant enclave and maintained its unique cultural style and personality. While some tourists in NYC visit the East Side of Manhattan, others wish to experience the “Far East” side.

Rockefeller Center is an real art deco marvel made of 19 commercial buildings which cover 11 acres in the midtown area of Manhattan from 49th – 52nd Streets, from Fifth to Seventh Avenue.

A 20-minute stop at the New York Waterway will allow for you to stretch your legs and catch spectacular views of the city lights.

The Manhattan Bridge is a suspension bridge that runs 6855 feet long, connecting western Brooklyn with southeastern Manhattan.

Don’t miss the bus! Capture these popular sites while we do the driving. Don’t bother with maps, taxis or parking! Relax and have fun in New York city at night!

To view the map of our New York City loops and the Ticket Redemption locations Click Here

During the Holiday Season (November 25 through December 30) our Night Loop tour is replaced by our Holiday Lights Tour Click Here For Details

This double-decker bus tour is the perfect way to see New York at night. You won’t find a night tour that is more complete or simple for you – Make your reservation today.Redeem your e-ticket at 777 Eighth Avenue between 47th & 48th Streets.

During the holiday season this tour is replaced with our Holiday Lights tour – November 24 through December 30. This features animated windows & Christmas decorations at New York’s well known department stores, the giant tree at Rockefeller Center and other unique sights of Manhattan at holiday times.

Prices do not reflect a fuel surcharge if applicable. Payable at time of check-in.


The Visitor Center at 777 8th Avenue (between 47th and 48th Streets) can be reached by subway (E and C trains, 50th Street stop) and city bus M104. It is within walking distance from Port Authority Bus Terminal. There is no parking lot, but you can park at the numerous parking garages in the area at your own expense.