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Photo By: Mathew Henry
By Bohemia Agent Shane Phillips
Looking to explore Harlem? Whether you are a resident or simply visiting; below is a list of Harlem attractions that are worth visiting and will cost you ‘Not One Dime’. The majority of these sites can be tackled in one day. Attractions have been categorized based on how often they are free.
Note this list takes into account general admission only; certain events and special exhibitions may still require a fee.
Always Free in Harlem:
Conservatory Garden in Central Park
Cathedral of Saint John the Divine (Free Self-Guided Tours)
Harlem Walking Tours
General Grant National Memorial
Hamilton Grange National Memorial
The Hispanic Society of America (Closed on Mondays)
National Jazz Museum in Harlem
Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
West Harlem Piers
Sometimes Free in Harlem:
El Museo Del Barrio (Free Every 3rd Saturday of the Month)
Museum of the City of New York (Museum Affiliates Receive Free Admission. Check website for this information.)
Studio Museum in Harlem (Free Every Sunday)