Top Things to Do in NYC for Under $50

Top Things to Do in NYC for Under $50 - Discount Tickets at

New York City isn’t just for big spenders. The city is also packed with great deals, so you can cross off museums, sightseeing tours, parks and many of New York’s most famous landmarks from your list – and still save big.

Take a bite out of the Big Apple with TicketsatWork, which has collected some of the city’s best attractions – all for less than $50.


One World Observatory
The One World Observatory deck sits atop the 104-story skyscraper at the former site of the Twin Towers, featuring a thrilling 360-degree wall of 30-foot windows with breathtaking, panoramic views of New York City. Delight in iconic city sites and the surrounding waters, including the Brooklyn Bridge, the Empire State Building and the Statue of Liberty. Save over 20%

Top of the Rock Observation Deck
Ascend 70 floors to Top of the Rock for an elevated NYC experience full of sightseeing and interactive attractions. The three decks feature a 360-degree Manhattan skyline view, as well as a rooftop garden and bar. Save over 20%

Empire State Building
You haven’t experienced the real magic of New York until you’ve seen it all from the top of the Empire State Building. Soaring 1,050 feet (320 meters) into the sky above the heart of Manhattan, this is a must-see landmark. Save up to 30%

Central Park Zoo
At this lively zoo, you’ll find over 130 different species, ranging from snow leopards to tropical birds. A walk around the zoo’s five-plus acres will take you through a variety of habitats, all carefully designed to recreate the natural environment of the animals they house. Save 25%

Gulliver’s Gate
Leave the Land of Large and experience an interactive world of miniatures from around the globe. Permanently housed in a space of almost 50,000 square feet, Gulliver’s Gate is a unique and playful interpretation of the real world in miniature, inspired by the places we live, work, play and dream about. Save 35%


Metropolitan Museum of Art
At New York City’s most-visited museum, explore centuries of human creativity from across the globe. With collections spanning more than 5,000 years of culture, from prehistory to the present, the Metropolitan is a journey through the world’s greatest art. Save 15% on Admission and Skip the Line

The Museum of Modern Art
New York City’s Museum of Modern Art has been hailed as the world’s greatest collection of modern art. And it’s no wonder: With five floors of paintings, sculptures, drawings, photography, multi-media displays and film, MoMA’s many exhibitions span every medium in the modern era. Save 20%

Whitney Museum of American Art
As the preeminent institution devoted to the art of the United States, the Whitney Museum of American Art presents the full range of twentieth century and contemporary American art, with a special focus on works by living artists. The museum’s signature exhibition, the Biennial, is the country’s leading survey of the most recent developments in American art. Save over 15%


Central Park Sightseeing – Hudson River Bike Rentals
Enjoy the lovely weather and cruise through beautiful Central Park by bike. This fun tour takes about 2 hours, including many stops, like Bethesda Fountain, hidden waterfalls, cast-iron bridges, movie scenes, celebrity homes and skyscrapers… all while passing beneath the park’s 26,000 trees. Save over 30%

Best of Brooklyn Walking Tour
Join this walking tour to see why everyone’s talking about Brooklyn! Prepare for a relaxed stroll through trendy Williamsburg, a laid-back district of boutique shops, restaurants and restored lofts. Witness cutting-edge culture, innovative small businesses and unique architecture. Save 25%

If you’re gearing up for a big trip to New York City, TicketsatWork is your gateway to a great time. Best of all, you can save every step of the way!

By: Jeff Hyatt

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