5 Fantastic FREE Things-To-Do In NYC This Week

They say that nothing in life is truly “free”, and that it is doubly so in NYC… but they’d be wrong. If, like us, you frivolously blew all your paycheck on trivial things like food, rent and hygiene (yes, I’m being sarcastic) then SecretNYC has the answer. Let us show you the best things to do this week without spending a penny… at least on a cover charge. Here you’ll find everything from art to nightlife. Enjoy:

Jukebox Bingo
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  • Slattery’s Midtown Pub – 8 E 36th St #3, 10016
  • Mondays at 6pm

B-I-N-G-O gets some much needed flow at Brooklyn’s jolliest bar. Jukebox Bingo is a fresh twist on an old favorite that combines bingo with music and even throws in a little karaoke for good measure. Get ready to face the music because you’ve never seen bingo like this before.

Hallett Nature Sanctuary
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  • Hallett Nature Sanctuary Central Park – 830 5th avenue. (East Side from 60th-62nd Streets just south of Wollman Rink.), 10065
  • Mondays and Wednesdays, 2:00 pm until 5:00 pm

Four acres of undisturbed, protected nature in the middle of New York… The Hallett Nature Sanctuary, with it’s immense bird population and varying animal species, has limited viewing hours, but this after-hours self-guided adventure allows participants to explore the rustic trails at their own pace.

Uniformity at The Museum at FIT
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  • The Museum at FIT – 227 West 27th Street, Manhattan, 10001
  • Tuesdays Wednesdays and Fridays, 12:00 pm until 8:00 pm

Simultaneously designed to blend in and stand out, uniforms occupy a unique place in our society. This exhibit explores the dynamic history behind a variety of uniforms, considering both their social role and influence on high fashion.

Oscar Murillo Exhibition
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  • David Zwirner Gallery – 533 W. 19th Street, Manhattan, 10011
  • Tuesday Thursday and Friday, from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm

David Zwirner is pleased to present an exhibition of new and recent work by Oscar Murillo. Work and play, production and consumption, originality and appropriation… Oscar Murillo’s work addresses the many dichotomies of life and contemporary art.

Industry Night w/ Pablo Romero
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  • TBA Brooklyn NY – 395 Wythe Avenue, 11211
  • Today from 9:00 pm until 4:00 am

Your electro infused night spectacular will begin with Pablo Romero. This NY based producer brings the house down every single time. Expect thumping bass and glowy synths from the Queen’s native. Abraham Othwell from House on Mute will also play a set. It’s the industry’s best at TBA!

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