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New York City – Free Admissions

New York City is bursting with hundreds of no-cost and low-cost pleasures such as concerts, plays, museums, TV show tapings, and tours throughout the five boroughs.

Zoos and Gardens

Brooklyn Botanical Garden

Free admission (or with a suggested donation) on Tuesdays
Free admission for Seniors on Fridays
Free admission (or with a suggested donation) from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. on Saturdays
1000 Washington Avenue, Brooklyn, NY
Phone: 718-623-7200

Bronx Zoo

Free admission (or with a suggested donation) all day on Wednesday
1040 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY
Phone: 718-367-1010

New York Botanical Garden

Free admission (or with a suggested donation) on Wednesdays
Free admission (or with a suggested donation) from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. on Saturdays
Bronx River Parkway and Fordham Road, Bronx, NY
Phone: 718-817-8700

Wave Hill

Free to Members and children under 6
Tuesday: Free all day during off-peak months (January-April, July-August, November-December)
Tuesday: Free 9am to noon during peak months (May-June, September-October)
Saturday: Free 9am to noon year-round
West 249th Street and Independence Avenue (front gate)
675 West 252nd Street (mailing)
Bronx, NY 10471-2899
Phone: 718-549-3200

Architecture, Sighseeing, etc…

African Burial Ground:

290 Broadway between Duane & Elk Sts, Lower Manhattan. MTA 4, 5, 6, J, Z to Brooklyn Bridge – City Hall / Chambers Street.

Brooklyn Brewery tours:

1-5pm Saturday, 1-4pm Sunday. 79 N 11th St, Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Central Park:

Center of Manhattan Island, from 59th to 110 street, between 5th and 8th avenue.

Chelsea Galleries:

Gallery crawl in the Chelsea, 24th through 26th Streets, from 9th to 11th Avenues. Wine-and-cheese openings on Thursday evenings. MTA A, C, E to 23 St.

City Hall:

Tours must be reserved in advance. City Hall Park, facing the Brooklyn Bridge, Lower Manhattan. MTA 4, 5, 6, J, Z to Brooklyn Bridge – City Hall / Chambers Street; New York City Bus: M9, M22, M103.

Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) Museum:

Rotating exhibits by students and a detailed collection of 50,000 garments dating from the 18th century to present. Seventh Ave & 27th St, Garment District, Midtown West. MTA 1,2 to 28 St.

Federal Hall:

The place where George Washington took the oath in 1789 when New York was the first capital. Famous for the Statue of Washington overlooking the New York Stock Exchange. 26 Wall St, Lower Manhattan. MTA 4, 5 to Wall St.

Federal Reserve Bank of New York:

The real Fort Knox with more than 10,000 tons of gold reserves, 80ft below ground. Reserve at least a week ahead as a tour (six daily, Monday-Friday excluding bank holidays) is the only way to get in. 33 Liberty St, Lower Manhattan. MTA 4, 5 to Wall St.

Forbes Collection:

The lobby galleries of Forbes magazine have some various curios from the late Malcolm Forbes’ collection, most notably early versions of Monopoly boards. 62 Fifth Ave at 12th St, Greenwich Village. MTA L to 6 Av OR 4, 5, 6, L to Union Sq – 14 St.

Museums and Galleries

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