New York City Travel Guide // Free or Cheap Things to Do

New York City can be crazy expensive but there are a lot of lesser known things to do that are affordable. I hope you enjoy seeing some of my favorite spots in NYC! Let me know if you’d like to see another guide for the summer and/or guides on specific areas in NYC.

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24 thoughts on “New York City Travel Guide // Free or Cheap Things to Do

  1. Lily Mdd says:

    Hey Mollie and thanks for your video! I was wandering.. Does the suggested admission policy of the Met apply to non-New York state residents? I ve heard the same thing about other NYC museums but I am visiting for the first time in May so there is no way to find out.. I loved your tips, thanks!

  2. OceanView LandForSale says:

    PUERTO RICO, only 100 miles by 35 miles SMALL, has all the BEAUTIFULL NATURAL RESOURCES AND COMMODITIES that other countries have. But there is a catch: you can TRAVEL IN MINUTES (NOT HOURS) FROM BEAUTIFUL, PEACEFUL, EXCITING SPOTS TO ANOTHER. For instance: from a lay-back "Parador" at a cool mountain range, like in Jayuya, to an exciting beach on the warm coastline of Dorado; you can drive, in a few minutes (not one or two hours), from a captivating rain forest water fall, like Coca Fall in El Yunque, Rio Grande, to a full-of-adrenaline surfing beach, like La Pared in Luquillo; you can transport quickly from a dry forest reserve on top of a mountain over-looking the Caribbean Sea, in Guanica, to a wonderful smelling coffee plantation in the soft greenish hills of Yauco; you can go, in only several minutes (not even 15 minutes) from a thousands-of-years old indigenous ceremonial park, like Caguana in Utuado, to a 370+ years-old full of Spanish architecture town, like Ponce; from a freezing body of water, Dona Juana's Puddle, in Villalba, to a natural thermal water inn in Coamo. And so on and so on and so on … You will want to come back to see the rest while SAVING TIME, ENERGY AND MONEY.

  3. Two Fingers says:

    Hello Mollie,
    Soon i am going to NYC and i like ur vid 😉 do u have some more tips about NYC? Anyway you got new sub from me 😉 i also like travelling, did sim vids about tips for Europe so far.

  4. Leigh-Anne Marie says:

    This is so well done, Mollie 🙂 Really informative, easy to listen to, and interesting. Chobani's food and that cafe's hot chocolates both looked so yummy. Central Park is such an incredible place. Great video!!

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