More Fun for $10 and under
Enjoy spectacular views from Wave Hill, the acclaimed public garden and cultural institution overlooking the Hudson and Palisades.
Entrance is free all day Tuesday, and on Saturday from 9.00 a.m. to noon.
The Socrates Sculpture Park, a free outdoor museum located on the East River in Long Island City, Queens, was a once-abandoned garbage dump turned vital
community resource. It serves as both a major art institution and reclaimed open space allowing public access to the waterfront.
Open daily until sunset (ph.718-956-1819
Visit Staten Island’s Snug Harbor Cultural Center, an 83-acre National historic Landmark district featuring remarkable examples of Greek Revival architecture.
The cultural program includes concerts, art and theater ph. 718-448-2500
Take a cruise on the Staten Island Ferry ph.718-815-BOAT for spectacular views of the lower Manhattan skyline,
harbor and the Statue of Liberty. The ferry is free at all times. Or take a walk across the footpath on the Brooklyn Bridge for another fantastic and
free view of the Manhattan skyline and Brooklyn.
Learn about New York City’s famous transportation system at the Gallery Annex of the New York Transit Museum. Exhibits in the Annex
( located in grand Central Terminal) are free while the main facility in Brooklyn is closed for renovations.
ph. 718- 694-5100
Visit any of the twenty Historic House Museums located in the New York City parks at no charge
Fun for $10 and under in New York City