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Michael Savage New York


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A major player in world events for centuries, New York has a rich and fascinating history. Extraordinary events that happened here have been portrayed in books and films from James Fenimore Cooper’s The Last of the Mohicans to the documentary Woodstock. While everyone enjoys hearing a good story, it’s more fun and exciting to experience it for yourself. This presentation includes 5 great (and free) things to do and see while in the Big Apple. However, you are encouraged to dig deeper as there are far too many more great things to see in New York to list here. To learn more and to see the best this great city has to offer, please visit:

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Michael Savage New York

  1. 1.  New York City has so much to do and so much to see, it can be overwhelming for even the returning visitor.  It is important to have an idea of what you want to see before you arrive in the city.  The Michael Savage New York webpage is an excellent resource and a fun place to start planning.
  2. 2.  Stop by City Hall and take in the rich history associated with it. However, if you’d like a tour, remember to reserve your spot in advance as it can get busy. Image via: City Hall Park, facing the Brooklyn Bridge, Lower Manhattan
  3. 3.  The Federal Reserve Bank of New York is another very interesting place to visit in Manhattan.  With over 10,000 tons of gold reserves stashed 80ft below ground, you can’t help but be intrigued by this landmark.  However, just like City Hall, it’s a busy place (and of course tight on security) so be sure to reserve a tour well ahead of time. 33 Liberty St, Lower Manhattan Image via:
  4. 4.  The Green-Wood Cemetery  Why visit a cemetery?  Once the nation’s most visited tourist attraction outside Niagara Falls, the gorgeous Green-Wood Cemetery was founded in 1838. It’s leafy and lovely, and features Brooklyn’s highest point at Battle Hill, a site from the Revolutionary War.  Not to mention a 7ft statue of the Roman goddess of wisdom, Minerva. 500 25th St, Sunset Park, Brooklyn Image via:
  5. 5.  The Staten Island Ferry  The Staten Island Ferry for commuters, cutting across the New York Harbor, is absolutely free and has long held the distinction as the single greatest free attraction on the Eastern Seaboard. Around since 1905, the ferry carries 19 million across the harbor each year. It never gets old. It even provides the best free view of the Statue of Liberty that you can get from the water. East end of Battery Park, Lower Manhattan Image via:
  6. 6.  Need any more be said?  It doesn’t take brilliant travel minds to tell you that a park is free to visit – most parks are. But most parks aren’t Central Park, Manhattan’s famed claim to thinking ahead (even if it was designed in the 1860s to boost real-estate value uptown). This park is a staple of New York’s abundant history and a must-see for any visitor. Image via: Uptown
  7. 7.  These places just barely scratch the surface when discussing amazing stuff to do and see while visiting the Big Apple.  Be sure to have a good idea of what you want to do (and when) before you arrive in the city.  To learn more, and to be well-prepared for your journey please visit: Image via: