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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

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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5 Travel Rules You Have To Break!

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The best free kayaking in NYC

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Downtown Boathouse

Downtown Boathouse

In 1896 the fieldstone arch bridge replaced the Gapstow Bridge, an ornate, High Victorian-style structure. The water beneath is simply known as The Pond. Though man-made, the Pond is neatly integrated into Central Park’s urban wilderness and offers a moment of respite from the buzz of the Big Apple.

In 1896 the fieldstone arch bridge replaced the Gapstow Bridge, an ornate, High Victorian-style structure. The water beneath is simply known as The Pond. Though man-made, the Pond is neatly integrated into Central Park’s urban wilderness and offers a moment of respite from the buzz of the Big Apple.

Go on Walking Tours : here are plenty of guided ways to explore the city for free. If you want to get a local perspective, you can sign up for a tour with Big Apple Greeter. Since 1992, the company has paired visitors with locals to show them around various boroughs and institutions throughout the city. The program is made up of more than 300 volunteers who take on about 7,000 visitors each year. You can also opt for the Crossroads of New York Walking Tour, a 90-minute journey to learn more…

Top 20 Free Things to Do in NYC

Go on Walking Tours : here are plenty of guided ways to explore the city for free. If you want to get a local perspective, you can sign up for a tour with Big Apple Greeter. Since 1992, the company has paired visitors with locals to show them around various boroughs and institutions throughout the city. The program is made up of more than 300 volunteers who take on about 7,000 visitors each year. You can also opt for the Crossroads of New York Walking Tour, a 90-minute journey to learn more…

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