From splendid art galleries to brilliant parks, here’s the ultimate list of all the best things you can do in New York City with kids, without spending a dime.
If you want to get the chance to see the Statue of Liberty without paying for a tour, you can hop on the ferry to Staten Island from Battery Park in Lower Manhattan.
The city has a fair share of green landscapes contained within over 30,000 acres of public parks.
You’ll get plenty of free activities on offer, including tons of admission-free art galleries where you can spend several hours browsing and discovering new artists.
Coney Island is probably the most famous of New York City beaches, but if you want to visit a few lesser-known ones, we recommend Brighton Beach, Orchard Beach, Pelham Bay, and Rockaway Beach.
This is the largest suspension bridge, and it connects Manhattan to Brooklyn, providing gorgeous views of the two most iconic areas of the city.
From here, you can get views of Manhattan, and the Statue of Liberty from afar and even catch a free open-air movie during the summer months.