Maps & Routes

Our routes have been carefully designed to ensure you get to see everything on your list when you visit NYC! Click on each of the routes to learn about exactly where OPEN LOOP will take you throughout your tour. Click here for updated route and detour information. 

Downtown Route

The Downtown Route neatly packages all of New York City’s major attractions and provides them to you in one comfortable ride. Stop at Times Square to see the glistening lights or head to the top of the Empire State Building for an expansive view of the city. Hop off at SoHo for some shopping or grab a bite to eat in Little Italy or Chinatown. There’s something for everyone!

Uptown Route

Enjoy a unique view of all the major attractions of Uptown Manhattan, from Times Square to the Chrysler Building to Central Park to the Empire State Building! Experience the most pleasant and convenient way to discover the city on our All City Double Decker bus tour! Hop on and hop off our comfortable brand new double decker, turn on the audio-guide and enjoy the narration and spectacular views.  And you can hop on and off at any OPEN LOOP bus stop as many times as you want along the route!

Brooklyn Route

The Brooklyn Route runs a hop-on hop-off loop between Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn. Providing a stunning view as the bus crosses the Manhattan Bridge, this is the only day route that takes you out of Manhattan and lets you explore a new borough. Once in Brooklyn, you have the chance to stop at a beautiful botanical garden, see the massive Brooklyn Library and Barclay’s Center, among much more! Across the river, back in Lower Manhattan, you can hop-off the bus and grab a bite to eat at some of the best spots in the city.

Night Route

As the sun goes does and the lights turn on, the Night Tour provides a dazzling view of the city—all from the comfort of a bus. The route takes you from the lights of Times Square to the lights of the Manhattan Bridge. You will see the Empire State Building, Bryant Park, SoHo, Little Italy, Greenwich Park, and more, this is the perfect way to discover the city that never sleeps at night. 

Midtown Connector

A short, 1-hour route that brings you to the most important Midtown stops. Travel over to the High Line and go for a stroll along the repurposed railway—one of the nicest walkways in the city. Stop by the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum to explore some of the most famous crafts to fly the air and sail the seas. Or hop on over to Chelsea Market to grab a bite to eat. This route is an excellent way to visit the unique sites that our longer routes don’t visit. 

Bronx Route

On this route, you will explore historic Harlem, Morningside Heights, the Apollo Theater, Columbia University, the majestic Cathedral St. John Divine, the largest Gothic cathedral in the world, and the Yankee Stadium among many other treasures.