10 Things to Do for $10: NYC



With the Live Smart Series coming up in New York City, Smart Girls are going to want to have fun. The last thing you want to get caught doing on your trip to New York is overpay for overrated activities. #LiveSmartNYC will be amazing no matter what; why not make your trip more memorable by getting the most out of the City with your fellow sisters? The possibilities are endless for you and your girls, so make this trip count! From shopping to sightseeing, here are ten things to do in NYC for $10.

Get a Pretzel From a Street Vendor

Trust us. It’s worth it.

Attend a FREE Concert

Eat that pretzel on your way to one of these events — don’t forget your sunscreen!

Head to Brooklyn for Some More Amazing Eats

Delicious food? Yes, please. For under $10? Feed me, now.

See the City From a Different Side

The Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park is located on the southern tip of Roosevelt Island in New York City– for FREE. Take the tram from 59th Street & 2nd Avenue in Manhattan, then enjoy the quick walk and enjoy the amazing view.

Cool Down and People-Watch With an Iced Coffee

If these are two of your favorite things, head to Oslo Coffee Roasters.

Get Your Fashion Fix

Museums rock, especially when they’re devoted to fashion. The Museum at FIT is free and fab.

Get Your Snack Fix

In case you’re not done eating yet, visiting Chobani is a must. SoHo + Yogurt = Yes.

Visit the High Line

Take a walk, build with some legos, and see the sights. The High Line is having an exhibit where you can do all three and get some great shots for Instagram and explore your creative side.

Get Active and Cruise Through the City

For all those who want to get active, rent a bicycle for a few hours and ride around Central Park. Book your rental online for a sweet discount on a longer riding time.

Stick Around and Celebrate Bastille Day

French fun for everyone with food, drinks, entertainment. Cultural activities are a great way to spend a Sunday.

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Grace Williams

Teenaged college graduate. Pizza advocate. Happy dance aficionado. From New England to Central Florida and beyond.