More Fun for $10 and under
New York’s famous Fashion Institute of Technology allows the public to view the same clothes and textiles that inspire it’s own
students and faculty. Thousands of designer costumes and accessories, fabrics from around the world, and the work of renowned fashion photographers
are all on display in the Institute’s free museum
Stories of faith and courage that affect nearly every American are told at the Statue of Liberty/Ellis Island Immigration Museum. Admission is free
but the ferry ride is $8 for adults, $6 for seniors and $3 for children
Enjoy concerts and dance performances under giant palm trees at the World Financial Center’s Winter Garden, a stunning, glass-enclosed
shopping and business complex on Lower Manhattan’s waterfront.
Free outdoor events are held throughout the summer. ph. 212-945-0505
Take advantage of “pay what you wish” nights at the city’s finest museums including The Museum of Modern Art, Fridays 4:30-8;15p.m.
The Whitney Museum of American Art, Fridays 6:00-9:00p.m.
The Jewish Museum, Thursdays 5:00-8:000p.m.
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Fridays 6:00 –8:00p.m.
Pay what you wish days are in effect every day at
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, although suggested admission is $ 10 for adults and $5 for seniors and students.
Experience the grandeur of Morningside Heights Cathedral of St. John the Divine along with it’s biblical
Garden and children’s sculpture garden. The fee for visitors is $ 5.00 for adults, and $4.00 for students and seniors.
From ancient Egyptian artifacts to contemporary classics, the Brooklyn Museum of Art offers a vast art collection and special exhibition year-round.
The suggested admission is $8 for adults, $6 for students and seniors, and free for children under 12.