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West Side Attractions

If you're ready to explore West Side, join one of the top tours & day trips on offer, and let a friendly expert show you some of the most popular sites. Offering free cancellations and no added fees, our top 1014 fun activities in West Side are also worth checking out.

Free Things to Do in West Side

Vacationing in West Side on a budget? The following can be experienced for nothing.

The Dorilton - Take a stroll around this historic place and uncover some secrets from yesteryear.

West 71st Street Historic District - Stroll the sidewalks and immerse yourself in the character and charm of this bustling location.

Christ and St. Stephen's Episcopal Church - Mix a little spirituality into your getaway by visiting this religious sanctuary.

Damrosch Park - Refresh your mind and soul by spending a bit of time in nature.


Frequently Asked Questions

What to do in West Side on a sunny day?

What to do in West Side on a rainy day?

If it's raining during your stay, dry off your umbrella and have a go at one or two of these popular indoor activities:

What should I not miss in West Side?

Impress family and friends back home by taking a selfie in front of Lincoln Center.

Are there cheap things to do in West Side?

What can you do in West Side for free?

You'll barely have time to dig your wallet out of your bag with so many wonderful free things to do:

  • West 71st Street Historic District
  • Damrosch Park
  • The Dorilton
  • Christ and St. Stephen's Episcopal Church