Posts Tagged: Free Things to Do in New York

Tour of Seinfeld New York | Self Guided

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New York Seinfeld

This post is a self-guided tour of NYC locations for the beloved 90’s sitcom Seinfeld. With landmarks, catchphrases and neuroses aplenty, “Seinfeld” is possibly the most New York sitcom in television history. The last episode may have aired almost 20 years ago, but many of the locations featured in the show remain today. Visit that iconic […]

Little Italy Restaurants and Other Things to See

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Things to do Little Italy New York

This post covers the things to do and see in Little Italy in Lower Manhattan, including restaurants.  It also reviews and compares the various guided tours available to you.  We’ve created a self-guided tour and map of  the historical, architectural and culinary highlights. You can move at your own pace, choose what sights are of […]

Things to Do in Chinatown New York | A Self Guided Tour

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Things to See in Chinatown New York

This post is an overview of things to see in Chinatown New York.  If you want to explore Chinatown at your own pace, use this self-guided tour that hits upon the main attractions and restaurants.  We do also offer two pay-what-you-wish tours that cover Chinatown, our SoHo, Little Italy, Chinatown Tour and our Chinatown Food Tour.  This tour […]

Harlem Renaissance and Gospel Music Tour

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Gospel New York

Harlem is known for its uniquely celebrated culture, its profound history, and its illustrious music scene. When you think of Harlem, the arts are on the forefront of your mind. By taking this tour, you will explore the art of song, dance, literature, architecture and even have a chance to appreciate the culinary arts…dare we […]

Flatiron District NYC | Things to Do

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flatiron district walking tour

This Flatiron District walking tour is a self-guided tour of one of New York City’s iconic neighborhoods.  The Flatiron District gets it’s name from it’s most famous skyscraper residents, the Flatiron Building.  However, the neighborhood is home to several iconic NYC skyscrapers as well as one of the city’s most visited parks, Madison Square Park, […]

50+ Things to Do in Midtown Manhattan {2017}

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Things to see in Midtown Manhattan

This guide to Midtown Manhattan is jam-packed with sightseeing information and things to do such as seeing the best attractions, family-friendly activities, things to do at night, free things to do in Midtown and more.  Because we know that some people like to explore at their own pace, we created a detailed self-guided tour with […]

Self-Guided Tour of Hell’s Kitchen

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Currently known for Off Broadway Theaters, chic restaurants and luxury condominiums, Hell’s Kitchen is now as safe as any place in Manhattan, but it was one of the last areas to be tamed. Sometimes known as Clinton or Hell’s Canyon, it’s still best known as Hell’s Kitchen, a name bestowed for its reputation as a […]

Things to See and Do in the East Village

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This lively downtown neighborhood has been a center of bohemian lifestyle since the early 1900s. Home to jazz clubs in the 1920s, to 1960s hippy havens and 1980s punk rock clubs, the East Village has always had an edginess that the West Village (a.k.a. Greenwich Village) lacks. During Dutch colonial days, much of the East […]

Free Entry to the Museum of Modern Art

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THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART  53rd Street between 5th and 6th Avenues The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) was the first institution anywhere in the United States to devote itself exclusively to modern art. In 1928, a group of wealthy philanthropists, educators and museum curators, including Abby Aldrich Rockefeller (wife of John D. Rockefeller), collaborated […]