Posts Tagged: Free Things to Do in New York

Things to Do in October in NYC {2017}

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New York October

This post lists great things to do in October NYC, including free activities, kids’ events, fun things to do at night and more. October is a fantastic time to be in New York City. It is an off-peak tourist month so you will enjoy shorter lines at attractions. The weather is moderate, with brisk sunny days and […]

Best Things to Do in New York City

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Things to do New York City

This post has information on the best things to do in New York City. Below you can find links to information on the city’s top attractions, museums, points of interest, kid-friendly activities, food, self-guided tours of over 20 neighborhoods, and suggestions for things to do at night.  Each link leads to a much more comprehensive […]

Top 10 Things to Do in August in NYC

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August in NYC

This post gives you the inside scoop on the top 10 things to do in New York City in August in 2017.  August in New York can be hot – temperature wise but also “hot” as in happening and the place to be. August is a month for festivals, free concerts, cultural parades, free movies […]

Things to Do in Harlem | A Self-Guided Tour

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Things to Do in Harlem

This is a self-guided tour and Harlem visitor’s guide intended to aid the visitor in discovering things to see in Harlem, places to eat, sleep, hear gospel music and finding his or her way around.  The focus is on finding inexpensive ways to experience this great neighborhood, though it does provide an array of price […]

Visiting Trump Tower in New York City

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This post will show you how to visit Trump Tower on 5th Ave. in Midtown Manhattan. It is the central headquarters of the Trump Organization. It’s also where Donald J. Trump’s penthouse is. Of course, since Trump was elected president, the building has become even more significant as a destination. This post contains information that […]

Donald Trump Buildings in New York City

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Donald Trump is the second native New Yorker to be elected to the Oval Office, the first having been Theodore Roosevelt, who was born in Gramercy Park.  Trump, who was born in the borough of Queens, also happens to be one of the biggest real estate tycoons in the city.  He has more 30 properties in […]

9/11 Memorial and Museum at Ground Zero

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In this post, we detail how to visit the National September 11th Memorial, also known as the 9/11 Memorial, World Trade Center Memorial, the Ground Zero Memorial, or the Twin Towers Memorial.  It is free to visit the memorial and you do not need tickets.  Tickets to the Museum and One World Observatory are required […]