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If you’re planning to take in the sights in New York City, it’s important to know exactly how much each of the popular attractions will cost you.
Many sights and activities in New York City are completely free. Others, however, could cost you upwards of $100 per person.
We rounded up a list of how much 10 of New York City’s most popular tourist attractions cost.
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Whether it’s your first time to New York City or your millionth, the city’s famous sights truly never lose their splendor.

However, something that many visitors don’t consider when planning their trip to the Big Apple is the number of hidden costs to visit some of New York’s most popular attractions.

Certain beloved tourist destinations are completely free of charge — you can stroll through Central Park or take in the lights and billboards in Times Square without dropping a dime.

Read more: I’m a born and bred New Yorker and went to Times Square to learn why 50 million people visit every year

However, other tourist attractions may cost you.

Here’s exactly how much it costs to visit 10 of New York City’s most popular tourist attractions.

SEE ALSO: One of New York City’s most affordable tourist experiences is a tram that takes you 250 feet above the city for the price of a subway fare

The Met Museum

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, fondly referred to as “The Met,” is perhaps New York City’s most well-known museum. Its grandiose steps and impressive art collection attracted more than 7 million visitors in 2017. Some of the most famous pieces of art you can see at The Met include “Washington Crossing the Delaware” (1851) by Emanuel Leutze, “Self-Portrait with a Straw Hat” (1887) by Vincent van Gogh, and …read more

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