Budget Friendly 💸 Tips to Sightsee 👀 like a New York Native 🗽for Girls Low on Cash 💰 ...

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New York is one of the most exciting cities in the world.

Life is fast and the atmosphere is unique.

It is also expensive if you want to see all the major sights and attractions.

But it needn’t be if you know that there are some great places to visit for free.

And you certainly won’t feel like you’ve missed out on seeing the real New York.

1. Central Park

Central Park

It doesn’t take a genius to figure this one out!

One of the most famous city parks in the world is sitting there waiting for you to explore it free of charge and many people do not realize that there is a whole bunch of attractions among the grass and trees.

Make the most of every single inch!

2. Brooklyn Brewery Tour

Brooklyn Brewery Tour

Free tours of Brooklyn’s infamous brewery in Williamsburg are available to beer loving tourist from 1pm to 5pm at the weekends, a cool trip to take for no cost!2

3. Chelsea Galleries

Chelsea Galleries

The Chelsea district houses the most art galleries per capita in the whole of New York City, and you can easily spend an entire day going from one to the other taking in the exceptional and diverse art.

4. City Hall

City Hall

One of New York’s most iconic buildings and with enough history attached to it to keep you occupied for hours.

You can even be taken to the exact spot where Abraham Lincoln’s body lay in state.2

5. Federal Hall

Federal Hall

Another interesting building that has been the location of some very important American history, including the inauguration of George Washington way back in 1789.2

6. Forbes Collection

Forbes Collection

The Forbes Collection on Fifth Avenue houses some fabulous pieces like Faberge eggs but also really cool and quirky memorabilia like very first versions of Monopoly boards;2

definitely a must-see for gaming enthusiasts!

Grant’s Tomb
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