Central Park Middle Audio Tour

This map shows the stops on our Central Park Middle audio tour which you can purchase here.

If you’d like to add this map to your Google Maps app so you can follow along using GPS, just click the square bracket in the upper right hand corner.

Helpful hint: If you want to use Google Maps without using data, you can download the area as an offline map when you’re on WiFi.

Central Park Lower Audio Map

This map shows the stops on our Central Park Lower audio tour which you can purchase here.

If you’d like to add this map to your Google Maps app so you can follow along using GPS, just click the square bracket in the upper right hand corner.

Helpful hint: If you want to use Google Maps without using data, you can download the area as an offline map when you’re on WiFi.

Brooklyn Heights Audio Map

This map shows the stops on our Brooklyn Bridge audio tour which you can purchase here.

If you’d like to add this map to your Google Maps app so you can follow along using GPS, just click the square bracket in the upper right hand corner.

Helpful hint: If you want to use Google Maps without using data, you can download the area as an offline map when you’re on WiFi.

Brooklyn Bridge Walk Audio Map

This map shows the stops on our Brooklyn Bridge audio tour which you can purchase here.

If you’d like to add this map to your Google Maps app so you can follow along using GPS, just click the square bracket in the upper right hand corner.

Helpful hint: If you want to use Google Maps without using data, you can download the area as an offline map when you’re on WiFi.

Brooklyn Bridge Audio Map

This map shows the stops on our Brooklyn Bridge audio tour which you can purchase here.

If you’d like to add this map to your Google Maps app so you can follow along using GPS, just click the square bracket in the upper right hand corner.

Helpful hint: If you want to use Google Maps without using data, you can download the area as an offline map when you’re on WiFi.

Lower Manhattan Audio Map

This map shows the stops on our Lower Manhattan audio tour which you can purchase here.

If you’d like to add this map to your Google Maps app so you can follow along using GPS, just click the square bracket in the upper right hand corner.

Helpful hint: If you want to use Google Maps without using data, you can download the area as an offline map when you’re on WiFi.

How is the Weather in New York in June

How is the Weather in New York in June?

This post summarizes the weather in New York City in June, including tips on what to wear and things to do.

 

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AVERAGE TEMPERATURES

Early in June, afternoon high temperatures are very nice, averaging mostly in the low to mid-70sF (22-24C).  

Early morning lows will fall to the mid to upper 50sF (13-15C) while a couple of colder mornings can see lows down into the upper 40sF to near 50F (9-10C).

How Hot is NYC in June?

As the month progresses, temperatures warm up into the upper 70sF to lower 80sF (26-28C) while the overnight lows tend to be mostly in the mid-60sF (17-20C).  

How Hot Can NYC Get in June?

On a few of the warmer days, the high temperatures can briefly reach into the upper 80sF (30-31C) with about 2 days, on average reaching 90F (32C) or more.  

During past years, June has seen extremes as high as 101F (38.3C) and as low as 44F (6.7C).

 


HOW MUCH RAIN IN JUNE?

Sunny or at least partly sunny skies prevail on about 20 days this month so it is a great time for outdoor activities, such as our free walking tours.

How Much Rain in June in NYC?

Some rain occurs on about 10-11 days; however, significant rainfalls of 0.5 inches (13mm) or more occur only on about 3 days and mostly in the form of showers or thundershowers.

 


WHAT TO WEAR IN JUNE IN NEW YORK

June is the beginning of summer in the city so you should dress for comfort as most days will be warm. We’ve made a list below of what to pack when visiting New York in June:

1. Light Clothes

Comfortable, breathable clothes are best. Sundresses, shorts, and cotton tops are best. Pack sunscreen, a water bottle, and a hat as well. 

2. Sweater

Early June can still have some cool nights, so a light sweater or windbreaker will come in handy. A

cardigan like this one by LaLaBEE is great for going from daytime to evening dinner. It will also come in handy in case a museum you are visiting is extra cold! 

mustard cardigan

3. Comfortable Shoes

You need to pack comfortable shoes for all the walking you’ll be doing in New York in June.

We recommend a comfortable sandal like this one by Teva. It’s also waterproof, so if you’re caught in some showers you won’t have to worry about soggy shoes!

Teva sandals

 


THINGS TO DO IN JUNE

June is full of things to do in New York City including several concerts, sporting events, Shakespeare in the Park, and much more.   

Below is the top 10 list from our post on things to do in NYC in June

See our full post on things to do any time of year in NYC for even more ideas. 

Several of the items below are already included for free with the purchase of a tourist attraction discount pass

New York City Passes
  • Summerstage Concerts
  • Broadway Shows
  • Stroll the High Line
  • Watch a Yankees or Mets Baseball Game
  • Watch the Gay Pride Parade
  • Attend Shakespeare in the Park
  • See a Rock Concert
  • Celebrate Father’s Day
  • Attend the Bushwick Block Party
  • Go to the Beach
  • Attend the Puerto Rican Day Parade

Get more ideas on our full post of things to do in June.

If you are coming at the start or end of the month, be sure to check out our guides for May and July and see our full post on things to do any time of year in NYC for even more ideas. 

 

 

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Where to Find Free Wi-Fi in New York

This post tells you where you can find free Wi-Fi all over New York City.

You may be surprised at just how many locations you can easily find free Wi-Fi that is set up by New York City for the public to use. We will also tell you where to charge your devices for free! Read more »