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Top 20 Free Things to Do in NYC

From May through October, you can take a trip down the Hudson River on one of the Downtown Boathouse’s free kayaks on weekends and select days throughout the week. With all the instructions and safety equipment included, it’s easy to take advantage of this aquatic activity, held at Pier 26, just north of Battery Park City

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Top 20 Free Things to Do in NYC

Your next trip to New York doesn't have to cost a fortune. Here are the best free activities in the city.

Downtown Boathouse, you can rent a Kayak for free and explore the Hudson River. Kayaking is available mid-May until mid-October. The Kayaks can be launched from Pier 26, 96 and 72nd Street. JAZZS BDAY

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Top 20 Free Things to Do in NYC

SEE MOVIES OUTDOORS There’s no better way to watch a movie than with the city skyline as the backdrop. Over the summer, New York offers a number of free outdoor film screenings in various locations throughout the city. You can enjoy popcorn and candy along the Hudson River with River Flicks, come early to grab a lounge chair on the lawn near the South Street Seaport, or even check out a French flick with Films on the Green in parks across the city. Rooftop Films offers U.S. and world…

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Top 20 Free Things to Do in NYC

WALK THE HIGH LINE Curving along Gansevoort Street in the Meatpacking District to West 34th Street, between 10th and 12th Avenues, the High Line takes visitors through the city on the road less traveled. Dating back to 1934, the abandoned freight rails have been transformed into a public park, filled with gardens, art displays, and select special events, such as this winter’s Snow Sculpt-Off. During warmer months, visitors can take free, guided walking tours on Tuesdays and Saturdays to…

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