Free NYC

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If your looking for something to do that won’t put a dent in the bank, plan a free day throughout the city.  This seems impossible in the city, but if you do your research it can be done.  Luckily, the LCNY team has done it for you can came up with ideas for your next adventure through NYC. 

If you need a bit of adventure in your life you can always plan a trip to various museums, gardens, and parks.  Some of these outdoor places have some wonderful views that are Instagram worthy.  Here is a list to name a few:

Always Free:

Sung Harbour Cultural Center & Botanical Garden

The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology

Source: zimbio.com

New York Transit Museum Annex & Store, Grand Central Terminal

The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts

Socrates Sculpture Park

Free on Certain Days:

9/11 Memorial & Museum (Tuesdays)

The Brooklyn Botanic Garden (Tuesdays)

The Bronx Zoo (Wednesdays)*

New York Botanical Garden (Wednesdays)(Saturdays)

International Center of Photography (Thursdays)*

Museum of Arts and Design (Thursdays)*

New York Aquarium (Fridays)*

Museum of Modern Art (Fridays)

Wave Hill (Saturdays)

New York Hall of Science (Sundays)

*These museums offer a pay what you will, generally seen as a donation to the institute. 

Brooklyn Botanical Garden Source: bbg.org

Above are just a some of the places you can experience for free throughout New York, there are tons of museums and tours you can take if you search online. 

If your looking for something a bit more live action, you can sign up for free tickets to live TV tapings from some of your favorite shows.  These tickets are not as flexible however, the network will sometimes give you the date and time that you can visit, but it is still a great thing to experience.  Here are some you might want to check out live:

Good Morning America (ABC)

Live with Kelly

The View (ABC)

The Wendy Williams Show

The Dr. Oz Show

Saturday Night Live (NBC)

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah (Comedy Central)

The Late Night Show with Stephen Colbert (CBS)

Late Night with Seth Meyers (NBC)

Source: rollingstone.com

Be sure to check out their websites, most of these show tapings have a list of rules and regulations in order to attend.  Many of them you need to be at least 18 years or older and book serval weeks in advance. 

Another great thing to do is just wander through city, there are tons of parks that offer great walking/biking trails, music, or just sit back and people watch.  Along they way you might discover a new restaurant/bar to try, great views, or your new favorite shopping destination.  If you find any great places we should know about, leave a comment!

Yours In Style,

Lauren Cecchi New York Team

post in : Salomey Owusu

 

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