The most scenic way to get to Williamsburg is to stroll over the Williamsburg Bridge, which connects the neighborhood to Manhattan’s Lower East Side. If you’d rather take the subway, you can take the G to Flushing Avenue, Broadway or Metropolitan-Lorimer; J,M,Z to Marcy Avenue; J,M to Hewes Street, Lorimer Street or Flushing Avenue; L to Lorimer Street, Graham Avenue, Grand Street, Montrose Avenue or Morgan Avenue.
Review by Denise K, May 2013
Doing what: New York Harbor Hop-on Hop-off Cruise including 9/11 Memorial Ticket
Excellent. Catamaran was comfortable - guide was excellent and informative. Kept to their schedule. Dropped off close to 9/11 memorial which was a sobering experience. Offered plenty photo opportunities to see the Statue of Liberty. Incredible value for money and an excellent way of seeing New York.
The company was very professional and friendly. Fantastic tour.
Review by JUDY S, May 2013
Doing what: Best of Brooklyn Sightseeing, Food and Culture Tour
This was one of the most enjoyable tours I have ever been on. The tour guide, Isaac was absolutely fantastic...fun, informative and very accommodating. And the food was great. If you have the time, go on this tour!