Free tourism in New York

On several occasions I have told you some little things about New York , one of the most fascinating cities in the world and probably the one that is first on the wish list of every traveler regardless of their nationality. To the sites that I recommended in other articles I now add a few more, although this time it is about free attractions in New York , that you do not always have to spend all the money you take on a trip, or at least be able to stretch it everything possible.

Central Park : the most famous park in the world is an incredible place to spend a day in the heart of Manhattan and away from the hustle and bustle of the big city.

The African Burial Ground : located in lower Manhattan, it is a museum where more than 400 coffins with slaves were found during the slavery era. Now you can review the history of all the African Americans in the city.

Chelsea Galleries : If you like art, the Chelsea Galleries area is a joy. It is between avenues 10 and 11 and there are many openings, exhibitions, conferences and events that are freely accessible. On Thursdays you can always grab a cocktail.

The Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT Museum): if you are a fashion lover, you will undoubtedly love this site. It offers you many exhibitions from both students and famous designers and there is a permanent collection that traces the history of fashion from the 18th century to the present day.

Brooklyn Bewery : it is a brewery that offers free guided tours of half an hour on Saturdays. A delight if you like beer.

Federal Reserve Bank : undoubtedly one of the most important in the United States. You have to book an appointment at least a week in advance to be able to see it and discover every corner of a place that holds more than 10,000 tons of gold, in addition to seeing all the official coins on display throughout the country’s history.