FREE and CHEAP Things To Do In New York City.
This post is perfect for traveling on a budget or even locals who want to experience New York City without breaking the bank.
Sat Oct 20th come to Bottle Rocket wine and spirit located at 5 west 19th street for a FREE Boozy Brunch from 2pm-3pm. No RSVP required.
Come explore one of New York City’s most beautiful American Jewish Synagogues, The Eldridge Synagogue is a National Historic Landmark that has been restored and you are welcomed to explore on your own or with a guide. On Monday’s admission to the Eldridge Street Synagogue is FREE. For more info click this link.
Enjoy the Guggenheim museum for FREE Sat and every Saturday between the hours of 5:40pm-7:40pm. For directions and exhibitions please click this link.
MOMA “Museum Of Modern Art is FREE on Fridays from 4pm-8pm. Admission is $25 for adults, $18 for seniors 65+, students with ID $14 children 12 and under free. The museum’s hours are Tue-Sun 10:30-5:30 Fridays hours are 10:30-8pm. The MOMA museum is great for feeding your creative soul. This museum offers extraordinary exhibitions of modern artisit.For more info please clink this link
The NY Botanical Garden offers FREE grounds access all day Wed. Please note that this access does not include Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, Everett Children’s Adventure Garden, Rock and Native Plant gardens and tram tour. The museum is open Tue-Sun 10am-6pm. A all garden pass is available for adults $20 students and seniors $18 children ages 2-12 are $8 and ages 2 and under are free. With general admission it includes admission to the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, Special Exhibitions, Everett Children’s Adventure Garden, Rock Garden (April – October) and Tram Tour. For more info please click this link.
FREE Tickets To The David Letterman Late Show. Sign up to be in the studio audience at the famous Ed Sullivan Theatre. For your tickets click this link.
Interactive Sculpture Garden and mini golf on Governors Island.
Bring your own bike or you can rent one on the island at “Bike and Roll” The island is open to the public Sat and Sun starting at 10am. This FREE event will run until Sept 23rd. For more info including ferry schedule please click this link.
FREE guided tours are offered every Tue at 6:30pm through Aug 30th. The High-Line is the perfect getaway from the hustle of NYC. When you’re on this elevated park with the beautiful flowers and water flowing you’ll feel like you’ve left the city. This is a great place to visit or even revisit. I highly recommend this experience. For more details click this link.
Want to kayak for FREE in New York City?
It may sound to good to be true but I assure you this deal is real and no experience is required. For details click this link.
Pack your camera,put on comfortable shoes and take a stroll across the Williamsburg Bridge.
This walk is so beautiful and peaceful you will really get to enjoy the beauty of NYC. If you’d like to ride across the bridge I reccomend renting a bike from Landmark Bike Rental. Entrance to the bridge from the Manhattan side is at Delancy/Essex you can take the (JMFZ) train. If you’re crossing from the Brooklyn entrance you can enter at Brooklyn, you have two entrances: the first entrance is on the corner of South 5th Street and South 5th place. (South 5th Place is between Driggs Ave and Roebling Street). The second entrance is located on Bedford Ave between South 5th and South 6th Streets. You will take the (JMZ) subway to Marcy.For a more in depth look into walking the Williamsburg Bridge click this link.