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Exclusive New York City Tours for Disney Cruise Line Guests

posted on May 11th, 2012 by Arnaldo Zanonato, Port Adventures Manager


New York City is an international hub that attracts millions of visitors every year, and all of us at Disney Cruise Line are excited to have the Disney Magic home porting in the “Big Apple” this summer.

Many of our guests sailing out of New York will be visiting the city for the first time, so to help them explore, we are offering pre- and post-cruise stays at renowned hotels with opportunities to catch a Disney Theatrical production on Broadway. Plus we are offering special sightseeing tours to some of the city’s most famous landmarks – with a hassle-free ride to the airport as you conclude your visit.

Here are some of the sights guests can check out on Disney Cruise Line Port Adventures in the city…

360-degree views of the city atop the Rockefeller Center…

Disney Cruise Line Port Adventures Features 360-degree Views of New York City atop the Rockefeller Center

Disney Cruise Line Port Adventures Features 360-degree Views of New York City atop the Rockefeller Center

The American Museum of Natural History…

Disney Cruise Line Port Adventures Features Visits to the American Museum of Natural History

Grand Central Station…

Disney Cruise Line Port Adventures Features Visits to Grand Central Station

And of course, The Statue of Liberty…

Disney Cruise Line Port Adventures Features Visits to the Statue of Liberty

If you’ve been to New York, which attraction would you recommend to someone visiting for the first time? Have a great weekend and don’t forget, when the ship’s in port, venture ashore!

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Sandra on May 11th, 2012 at 3:21 pm

OMG! You want me to pick one??? The Circle Liner is great! …… and Broadway is a HUGE MUST! … Macy’s :) and St. Patrick’s Cathedral. …… Oh, now I miss New York!

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Petra on May 11th, 2012 at 3:52 pm

Visitors have so much to see and do! I’ll just be happy to leave my house, drive 20 mins and board the ship! ♥ it!

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Laura on May 11th, 2012 at 6:24 pm

I would say definitely Times Square! Talk about the epitome of New York… Another of my favorite landmarks is Grand Central Terminal, it’s such a beautiful building.

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James from FL on May 11th, 2012 at 11:49 pm

Go see NEWSIES at the Nederlander Theater. It will be an evening you will never forget!

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Maureen from NY on May 14th, 2012 at 11:22 am

Greetings,

YOu have a picture of the Main Concourse in Grand Central terminal (not station). This is a place I bring out of town guest and I would strongerly recomend this to anyone who is able to go. It is such an amazing building filled with rich history and looking at the ceiling in the Main Concourse is VERY worth the trip. There are also tons of amazing food places on the lower level and an amazing shops just off the Main Concourse.

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