New York City - Things To Do For Under $10 Guide
In New York City
finding the bargains is a skill you can easily master with our Things
To Do Guide.
Doing it cheaply doesnt have to mean that you cannot have fun
in New York
you do plan to stay overnight in New York City , start by saving on your hotel room.
Our hotel reservation services
offer steep discounts on quality lodgings, including many options for
$100. For example we offer rates as low as $55 per night for economy class
accommodations, and feature discounts at many New York hotel chains including
Marriott, Sheraton, Hyatt and independent boutique properties as well.
Here For The Discount Hotels In New York
Here Are The Bargain
Ways Under $10 To Have Fun All Year Round
In New York City.
(Some prices may be different to our article due to inflation)
- Get discount Broadway
tickets by signing up for a discount subscription at www.nytix.com
- Get the big picture--a
panoramic view of New York City - from the Observation Deck
at the Empire
State Building ($4 adults, $2 children, 212-736-3100)
- Have a bowl of
noodles in Chinatown, and explore the thriving district of exotic
shops and restaurants along Canal and Mott Streets (about $4 for
- Experience New
York's maritime past at the South Street Seaport, a living history
museumms that also boasts upscale shops and restaurants (browsing
is free, museum admission $6 adults, $4 seniors/students, $3 children, 212-SEA-PORT).
- Watch millions
of years of the earth's existence unfold at the American Museum of
Natural History, including the world's most exciting, extensive dinosaur
halls ($6 adults, $4 students/seniors, $3 children, 212-769-5100).
- Bask in the serenity
of the medieval Cloisters (a satellite of the Metropolitan Museum
of Art) at Fort Tryon Park in upper Manhattan ($7 adults, $3.50 students/seniors,
children free, 212-923-3700).
- Explore the mysteries
of ancient Egypt at the Brooklyn Museum's world class collection
of Egyptian art and artifacts ($4 adults, $2 students, $1.50 seniors,
- Enjoy workshops,
lectures and exhibitions on natural and cultural history at the Staten
Island Institute of Arts and Sciences ($2.50 adults, $1.50 students/children/seniors,
718-727-1135), or go back in time at the Historic Richmond
Town Restoration ($4 adults, $2.50 seniors and students, under 6
free, 718-351-1611). Get there on the world-famous Staten Island
Ferry, which is free, and includes spectacular views of New York
Harbor and the lower Manhattan skyline (718-390-5253).
- Catch the subway
to the New York Transit Museum, set in a scenic 1930s station, where
you can learn the history of the city's famous public transportation
system ($3 adults, $1.50 children and seniors, 718-330-3060).
- Learn about America's "melting
pot" heritage at the Statue of Liberty/Ellis Island Immigration
Museum (Admission and ferry ride $7 adults, $6 seniors, $3 children
under 17, 212-269-5755).
- Muse on the finest
contemporary painting, sculpture and installations at the Museum
of Modern Art ($8 adults, $5 students/seniors, children under 16
free; pay-what-you-wish Thursdays and Fridays from 5.30-8.30 p.m., 212-708-9480).
- See the city like
the locals do on two scenic city bus rides: the M5 from Greenwich
Village to Riverside Drive, passing Chelsea, Rockefeller Center,
Lincoln Center and Central Park South; and the M4 from Madison Avenue
through Harlem to the Cloisters ($1.50, schedules and information
- See exquisite
collections housed in a jewel of historic architecture at the Pierpont
Morgan Library ($5 adults, $3 students/children/seniors, 212-685-0008).
- See history in
the making on guided, multilingual tours of the United Nations ($6.50
adults, $4.50 college students and seniors, $3.50 children
and students, 212-963-7713).
- Roam endless galleries
showcasing the world's most extraordinary art at theMetropolitan
Museum of Art (suggested donation: $7 adults, $3.50 students/seniors,
children under 12 free, 212-879-5500).
- Enjoy enduring
images from the history of American media at the Museum of Television & Radio
($6 adults, $4 students, $3 children/members, 212-621-6600).
- Challenge your
senses at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, where you can see masterpieces
of 20th century art housed in Frank Lloyd Wright's astounding spiral
structure ($7 adults, $4 students/seniors, children free, pay-what-you-wish
Fridays from 6-8 p.m., 212-423-3500).
- Don a special
headset for the world's most advanced 3-D movies, shown on a screen
more than eight stories high, at the Sony IMAX Theatre (admission
$9 adults, $6 children 12 and under, $7.50 seniors, 212-336-5000).
- Catch a fish in
the newly stocked Harlem Meer (pond) at the north end of Central
Park (fishing poles provided, 212-794-6564). Or rent a rowboat for
a scenic paddle in the shadow of Manhattan's magnificent skyscrapers
($10 an hour, 212-517-2233); or glide the ice at the Wollman
Skating Rink in winter ($6.50 adults, $3 children, skate rentals
- Experience animal
attraction at Wildlife Conservation Parks in Central Park ($2.50
adults, $1.25 students and seniors, 50 cents children 2-12, 212-861-6030),
the Bronx ($6.75 adults, $3 seniors and children 2-12, 718-367-1010),
Prospect Park in Brooklyn ($2.50 adults, $1.25 students and seniors,
50 cents children, 718-399-7339), and the New York Aquarium at Coney
Island ($6.75 adults, $3 seniors and children 2-12, 718-265-FISH).
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