Free Tourist Attractions in New York

Approximately 47 million visitors travel to New York City every year. A visit to the city can be quite expensive if you plan to see iconic attractions such as the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building. Fortunately, the Big Apple boasts cultural centers and park facilities that are open to the public and free of charge.

Ellis Island in New York harbor is a symbol of immigrants entering the United States from the late 19th century to the mid 20th century.There is a museum of imigrants on island since 1990. Statue of Liberty is a New York simbol it was gifted by France as an act of friendship to American colonists in their fight for independence from Great Britain in 1886. And in 1984 it was included in the UNESCO cultural heritage.

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Broadway is a wide boulevard in Manhattan, New York, it spreads from the Bronx to Westchester County, and it si famous because of  Times Square and many theaters. Metropolitan Museum of Art's was founded in 1872. It preserves and exhibits one of the world's most significant collections of fine art, two million exhibits are divided into 19 departments, annual number of visit is 5 milion people.

Central Park in the heart of Manhattan in New York City, is visited by about 25 million people. It is fully furnished, has few natural lakes and ponds, extensive walking trails, equestrian trail, a zoo, a greenhouse, a wildlife sanctuary. It is a favorite destination for jogging. Times Square is one of the most important intersections in Manhattan.
It is know for its huge and bright flashing neon signs, and adjacent to the Broadway theater. 
Annually it is visited by 39 million people, and was named in the early twentieth century, when the New York newspaper were moved here, The New York Times.

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Fifth Avenue, specifically the part between her 34th and 59 Streets, is one of the most famous shopping streets in the world, and it is keeping the highest price of office space in the world. 
Fifth Avenue divides the streets of Manhattan to the east and west. Part of Fifth Avenue from 82nd to 105 street is called Museum Mile because of the large number of museums in that area.

The Empire State Building is a skyscraper. It was built in 1931. 
It was named after the nickname of New York and is currently the tallest building in New York.
American Society of Civil Engineers declared it as one of the seven modern wonders of the world

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Photo: Nikola M. NewYork OC