You came to New York anticipating lots of fun and enjoyment. Of course this metropolitan city has a lot on offer for the tourists in the shape of beautiful structures and other places of entertainment. But you are surprised to see you have to purchase tickets for admission to many iconic structures such as the Empire State Building where you pay $36 and Frick where entrance ticket is priced at $22. Here is a list of places where you can have loads of fun without paying a dime.There are many Free things to do in York.

 

Chinatown

Chinatown is a neighborhood in New York that has a high Chinese population. You will feel like you have come to mainland China when you visit this locality. There are Chinese temples, noodle stations, fortune tellers, and large fish markets to transport you into a bygone era. You can buy knock off goods such as purses, watches, calculators, mobile phones and other accessories at very low prices here. Chinatown is located to the south of Little Italy.

 

Little Italy

If you have never been to Italy, Little Italy is the place where you should go when in New York. You will find pizza parlors, red sauce joints, clam bars, trendy boutiques, and espresso bars in this neighborhood to make you feel as if you have landed in Italy. Do not miss DiPalo Dairy where you can enjoy delicious dairy products Little Italy is located east of Lafayette.

 

DUMBO

You have not visited New York until you have been to DUMBO. Down Under Manhattan Bridge Overpass is a neighborhood in Brooklyn that is famous for its cobbled streets and red brick warehouses. These reclaimed warehouses have now been converted into restaurants, galleries, furniture stores, and boutiques. Go to Shubui to find a stunning collection of Japanese antiques. Also visit Brooklyn Bridge Park from where you can get mesmerizing views of Manhattan.