NEW YORK CITY SENIOR TOURIST GUIDEBOOK
100 Tips for Seniors Visiting New York
Roughly 12% or one-eighth of the population of New York are seniors. Thus, it is a great city for seniors. There are lots of benches and seats in the streets.
New York is a walking city with very few hills. The sidewalks are mostly even. There are benches everywhere.
Also, there are many free activities for seniors. Not just the library, but all of the museums have free days or free hours for seniors to visit. Also, restaurants and the movies, offer discounts for seniors.
Most of these free things to do are during the daytime and that makes it great. Meet a friend or go to the movies, have lunch afterwards, visit a museum in the afternoon.
To take advantage of all of this takes a little bit of planning. Our handy guide will help you put together a very nice, budget-friendly vacation for yourself.
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These guidebooks contains all the information I have given out over the years to the various groups touring with us to help you plan and make it easy. I hope it can also help you. – Annaline Dinkelmann