New York is known to be an expensive city. However, it is not impossible to experience much of what it has to offer for free or dirt cheap. Watch my video below for some of the top things to do in the Big Apple that are completely free or budget friendly.
There are so many things to do in New York City that sometimes all of the options can be overwhelming. To make planning your trip easier I’ve put together a checklist on my favorite 50 things to do here.
Autumn is the best time of the year in New York for weather. With the crisp, dry air it is the ideal time to explore the outdoors, yet also get cozy indoors. In this guide, I’ll go over my favorite things to do in fall in the city.
There is still time to enjoy summer in New York before the cold weather kicks in. One of the most enjoyable ways to take in the sunshine and picturesque views of the city is through a gourmet picnic in Central Park. This is your ticket to a billion dollar view at a low price tag.
When most people think of New York City, I bet exploring the great outdoors doesn’t come to mind. Well that’s because New York City isn’t “outdoorsy”, right? Wrong - that couldn't be further from the truth.
When was the last time you played with play dough? If you’re like me, it’s been a few decades. Playfully combining sculpting and wine, New York Adventure Club Play-Dough and Wine Night offered a fun and interactive experience where I learned how to sculpt using play-dough. No previous experience required.
To put it simply: Seeing You is a kinematic tour de force. Created by Randy Wiener of Sleep No More fame and Grammy Award-winning choreographer Ryan Heffington, Seeing You is an immersive theatre experience set during the tumultuous times of World War II.
Alone and in total darkness, I began to feel a strange sense of paranoia that built as a voiceover set the stage – as a survivor of a mysterious apocalyptic event that has plunged the world into frenetic disorder reminiscent to that of The Walking Dead, I have found my way to a mall nearby, where I only have one nebulous goal: to survive.
Based on the real-life murder of her grandfather Frank Spano in 1935, Speakeasy Dollhouse: The Bloody Beginning is a result of Cynthia von Buhler’s obsessive research into – and theatrical reconstruction of – the events leading up to the mysterious murder.
Written by Ken Urban, Nibbler brings a fresh sci-fi perspective to the classic coming of age tale. At the Rattlestick Playwrights Theater till March 18th, Nibbler is risqué but also strangely relatable.