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5 fun and absolutely free things to do while in New York

New York is the city of fun. Well, it is a bit crowded for some people. The streets are constantly packed to capacity and the roads are jammed up with traffic but then that is how New Yorkers love their city. New York City is a place that is brimming with opportunities for fun and business. However, this article is going to focus on the fun part of being in this corner of the world. What is it that you can do while you are here to make sure that you have the most memorable experience of your life? Well, that is a very good question and here are the best answers:

  1. Central Park

You do not need to be told that a park is free to enter unless of course it is an African game park. However, there are parks and there is Central Park. This is the famous jewel of Manhattan. The park got its design some time before the 1900s; the park is filled with a whole lot of statues and free events for you to engage in. It is an especially awesome place to take photographs.

  1. Brooklyn brewery tours

New York is the wine destination of the United States. Some of the finest vineyards are to be found here. There are also the many breweries of Williamsburg, Brooklyn. You get to try out some amazing brews and the best part of it all is that they are free. These tours run on the hour during the weekends from 1pm to around 4. You could also visit the vineyards of New York and taste wines long before they reach the market. You could get the best champagne in America from but while you are in New York you will definitely want to try out the wine right from the vineyards!

  1. Chelsea’s galleries

Please not that you are still in New York not London’s Chelsea. If there is a place where you can check out galleries then it must be in Chelsea. The galleries are completely free and there is no pressure to make a purchase. Feel free to pop in and check out the amazing exhibitions of New York. On Thursdays, you can time the wine and cheese openings as well.

  1. Fashion Institute of Technology Museum

At the FIT Museum it is always fashion week. There is a whole lot of rotating exhibits created by students and a very detailed collection of the first gallery of fashion in America. It has thousands of garments that hail from the 18th century to date. It is also free to visit.

  1. New York Public Library

How would you like to be in a building that is more than 100 years? Well, if the thought of being in a room full of towering shelves that are crammed with books gets you excited then you will want to visit this library. Believe it or not, you will not be checking out the books, the marble lions and a bunch of other old relics will make you forget that you are in a library.



Suzanna, co-owns and publishes the newspaper Times Square Chronicles or T2C. At one point a working actress, she has performed in numerous productions in film, TV, cabaret, opera and theatre. She has performed at The New Orleans Jazz festival, The United Nations and Carnegie Hall. She has a screenplay and a TV show in the works, which she developed with her mentor and friend the late Arthur Herzog. She is a proud member of the Drama Desk and the Outer Critics Circle and was a nominator. Email:

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