This Tik Tok Account Shares The Best Free Public Bathrooms Across New York City
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This Tik Tok Account Shares The Best Free Public Bathrooms Across New York City

New York City , travel hacks , Travel Tips
Kelsey Marie
Kelsey Marie Jun 21, 2022

Finding a public bathroom in New York City is an art form. Local New Yorkers and tourists often struggle to find public facilities while out and about in the city. Oftentimes you’ll ask where the nearest bathroom is and be directed to a location blocks away. Some places require purchases from those just looking to relieve themselves.

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There have been many attempts to document restrooms across the five boroughs, but it wasn’t until Tik Tok that bathroom seekers were able to preview public facilities across the city. 

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1. Finding NYC’s hidden bathroom gems

@got2gonyc is a Tik Tok account run by 22-year-old Teddy Siegel, showing videos of accessible public bathrooms across New York City. The account has posted about secret bathrooms like the public restrooms under Rockefeller Center, 11 Howard hotel, and Crate and Barrell in SoHo. 

If cleanliness is your top concern, no worries, because the account, which boasts 113k followers, gives you a preview of the bathrooms. The account’s content is organized by neighborhoods and needs. So, if you’re looking for gender-neutral bathrooms or facilities with a changing table, @got2gonyc has got you covered. 

Codes for bathrooms in chains like Whole Foods, Starbucks, Mcdonald’s, and Taco Bell are also shared. 

If you have tips for clean bathrooms in a certain area, email got2gonyc@gmail.com. 

There’s also a Google Maps list of images and coordinates of the closes public restrooms so you’re never caught slipping. 

No Tik Tok? No problem. @got2gonyc is also on Instagram and reshares its content via the Instagram reels feature.

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