New York City
Get your friends and take a day trip to New York City, the bus will drop you off at Bryant Park. You can do as you please for the day in Midtown Manhattan. Visit the Big Apple, Times Square, Macy’s, Rockefeller Center and many more attractions. All within walking distance of Bryant Park. Grab an ice cream cone while you’re there or a Holey Cream donut ice cream sandwich!!!
What can visitors expect?
Restaurants, movie theaters and other venues are open — but their indoor spaces are only open to fully vaccinated patrons. Patrons younger than 12, who are not yet eligible for vaccination, will be allowed inside with a face mask requirement except when they are eating and drinking.
Some of the venues of interest to travelers that are part of the requirement include restaurants, nightclubs, concert halls, museums, performing arts theaters, movie theaters, bowling alleys, arcades, casinos, cabarets, fitness centers, pools and coffee shops with indoor dining.
The city is strongly recommending masking indoors, but has decided not to make it a mandate. The “Key to NYC” vaccine mandate has been in full effect since September 13.
The Empire State Building’s 86th floor Observatory is open. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, like all NYC museums, requires visitors 12 and older to be vaccinated, and children 2 to 11 must wear a mask.
The subway system continues to operate on a 24-hour basis.
Sat,July 9 @ 2:00 am – Sun,July 10 @ 2:30 am
|1:30 AM||Begin Boarding at Lodestar|
|2:00 AM||Depart Lodestar|
|6:30 AM||Breakfast stop at Clinton Station Diner (on your own)|
|8:30 AM||Approximate arrival in New York City|
|Drop-off near Bryant Park|
|8:00 PM||Depart New York City|
|Rest stop en route|
|2:30 AM||Approximate return to Lodestar|
All Charter buses are equipped with USB charging ports and/or 110 volt outlets for your convenience.