free things to do

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in new york city 


Walk the Brooklyn Bridge

The 150+ year-old giant spans a mile and a half, and walking its length only takes about 30 minutes. There's a ton of photo-taking opportunities, so bring a camera.

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Visit Grant's Tomb

Ulysses S. Grant was a General and the 18th President of the United States, and his mausoleum in the Upper West Side is the largest tomb in North America.

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St. Patrick’s 

Located right off 5th Avenue, St. Patrick's is a Neo-Gothic style cathedral has been  stopping people in their tracks since its completion in 1879.

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New York Public Library

When it opened to the public in 1911, the library was officially the largest marble building ever built in the country. No small task, considering it took 16 years to construct this epic structure.

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Central Park

Spanning 843 acres in the heart of Manhattan, the park offers some of the most memorable free activities in New York City.

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