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Staten Island Ferry


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Staten Island Ferry
New York, NY

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"The Staten Island Ferry is a fun, short boat ride for everyone."  See More

"Probably the best thing to do with kids is to ride the subway down to the tip of Manhattan where you can board the Staten Island Ferry."  See More

"Take free ride on the Staten Island Ferry."  See More

"Amongst my favorites are Battery Park, the River Walk, the Staten Island Ferry, Ellis Island, and the Statue of Liberty."  See More

"Once you reach Battery Park, you can take a round trip on the Staten Island Ferry, which is free."  See More

"You can always take a ride on the Staten Island Ferry ."  See More

"Take a free trip on the Staten Island Ferry for great views of the city Wander around Central Park, Greenwich Village, Times Square Many museums accept a donation don't worry about the suggested donation give what you want"  See More

"Indra has some great suggestions! Here is a good guide to free days at all of the museums :"  See More

"A great way to see the southern city skyline on a budget is to take the Staten Island Ferry round trip."  See More

"You can see the the Statue of Liberty from the southern tip of Manhattan, but if you'd like to get a closer look you can either pay for the ferry that goes to Liberty Island, or ride the Staten Island Ferry for free (takes about 1 hr round trip if you immediately get on the next ferry going back to the city once you reach Staten Island)."  See More

"If this is your first trip to NYC, I would visit the Times Square, and the Staten Island Ferry (free) or the Spirit of New York cruise for the terrific views of Manhattan."  See More

"Some great things to do: the Staten Island Ferry - this is free."  See More

"Staten Island Ferry is cheap way to see Manhattan from the water instead of paying for an expensive tour boat."  See More

"The Staten Island Ferry Get on one of the Citi Bikes, the inexpensive bike sharing system."  See More

"Staten Island Ferry to get a close glimpse of the Statue of Liberty"  See More

"Go for a Ride on the Staten Island Ferry (you can practically kiss the Statue of Liberty without spending a day and a fortune to get there"  See More

"You can take the Staten Island Ferry and get an amazing view of the Statue of Liberty."  See More

"Walk along Nelson A Rockefeller Park beside the Hudson River and then take Staten Island Ferry (not free but really cheap) for views of the Manhattan skyline and a sail past the Statue of Liberty."  See More

"Believe it or not there are quite a few great things to do for next to nothing or free! American Museum of Natural History and The Metropolitan Museum of Art are both pay what you can, I've paid as little as a dollar! Its not a well known fact because they would prefer you to pay the recommended $20 but the key word there is recommended. Just place your money on the counter and say "1 please." :) Also MoMa (Museum of Modern Art) is free after 5pm on Fridays!!! Here's the dealio with that though (cause there is always a catch) its a little crazy with A LOT of people. I suggest taking a good look at their website and decide on specific pieces you might want to see because they will close at 8pm or so, you won't have time to see everything. Also I recommend waiting till closer to 6pm as the line will have died down (before 5 it will be around the block) and you can usually just walk right in. Bryant Park also has a lot of really great events that are free and if you can stand the line ice skating (in season) is also free with a nominal skate rental fee. The Public Library which sits behind Bryant Park also has loads of free events. Take a look at both of their websites to see the calendar! Now this next one does cost money, but at a fraction of the price that it would normally. Yes, I'm talking Broadway Theatre! There are a handful of shows that conduct what is called a Lottery. You show up 2 hours before the show starts and you enter your name for up to two tickets. The most expensive ticket is around $36 and they are always for either the front row or box seats, these seats can sometimes run $500 or more!!!!! Most of the time you have to have cash on hand and you pay for them immediately after winning. I have personally won the lottery for "Book of Mormon," "Kinky Boots," and I have won "Wicked" three times!!!!! There are also other options for saving lots of money.....!!!"  See More

"I always recommend Brooklyn Bridge and the Staten Island Ferry first as "must sees."  See More








   
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