A Trip to New York City Doesn't Have to Cost a Fortune

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Places to Stay

Hotel prices in NYC vary greatly. Knowing where to look and when to look can help save you money.

Things to Do

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Getting Around

Money-saving tips for getting to and from the airport, parking, and traveling within New York City.

News, Updates & Special Offers

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Visit Belvedere Castle

Belvedere Castle in Central Park Climb to the top of Belvedere Castle for some great views of Central Park and the surrounding city. Belvedere Castle isn't really a castle, but rather a small ornate structure built to add to the Central Park scenery. The castle was...

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NYC Easter Parade and Bonnet Festival

The Annual New York City Easter Parade NYC's Easter Parade is a tradition that dates back to the 1870s. According to Widipedia, the Easter Parade drew over a million people during its peak of popularity in the 1940s and 50sThe Easter Parade may not be as popular as it...

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Mid-Day Music at Columbia

Free Mid-Day Concerts at Columbia University Columbia University presents a program of free noontime musical performances at the university's Faculty House building. The concerts feature Columbia University students and music associates. Most are solo instrumentalist...

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The Rubin Museum of Art Free K2 Friday Nights

K2 Friday Nights at The Rubin Each Friday night from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., the The Rubin opens for free extended hours known as K2 Friday Nights. During these evening events, the museum's Café Serai transforms into the K2 Lounge with DJ music, a 2-for-1 happy hour...

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Tartan Day Parade

The New York Tartan Day Parade New York's Tartan Day Parade is a celebration of Scottish heritage. The parade is a festive event with lots of marchers and pipe bands decked out in traditional Scottish tartans. The 2017 Tartan Day Parade is Saturday, April 8th. The...

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Birding Tours of Bryant Park

Bryant Park, in cooperation with the New York Audubon Society, offers spring and fall birding tours of Bryant Park. The tour dates are scheduled to coincide with the spring and fall bird migrations, when you're most likely to see unusual birds who might stop in the...

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Greek Independence Day Parade

The 2017 Greek Independence Day Parade in New York City is Sunday, March 26th. The parade starts at 1:45 p.m, beginning at Fifth Avenue and 64th Street and ending at Fifth Avenue and 79th Street. The event is organized by The Federation of Hellenic Societies of...

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The Museum at FIT

The Fashion Institute of Technology Museum The Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) operates a museum that is open to the public free of charge. The museum has three galleries, one that features special exhibitions, one that displays a portion of the museum's...

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The Pratt Institute’s Manhattan Gallery

The Pratt Manhattan Gallery Street View. Drag mouse or use arrows and compass to scroll. The Pratt Manhattan Gallery hosts art exhibitions throughout the year featuring a variety of art forms and topics. The Pratt Gallery's exhibitions are open to the public and...

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