Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Manhattan to Brooklyn NYC Walking Tour: Brooklyn Bridge and Dumbo. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Excellent tour! I've already recommended this same tour and tour guide to several friends! We loved Uncle Jeffrey!! Thank you! Carol
Very enjoyable with great photo opportunities.
Marcus the guide was very informative and funny.
Would recommend this as a must do.
Our tour guide, Uncle Jeffrey was very informative, entertaining and interested in the group truly having a wonderful experience. Would definitely recommend this trip to others.
loved it, carnt remember our guides name but he was realy good, would recomend this tour
Our tour guide, Uncle Jeffery educated us, entertained us and treated us like privileged people. He make it fun! We had a truly beautiful day, a great group of people from all over the world, and all in all a very memorable experience!
Thank you, Uncle Jeffery!!!!
A great way to see and learn about the Brooklyn Bridge. Our guide, Marcos, was informative and friendly. Definitely one of the highlights of our trip!
Very good tour. We did this tour on our first day in NYC and we were left in Brooklyn to figure out the Subway from there. Needless to say we got lost and it was not a good feeling. If you are going to do this tour make sure you know how to get back to Manhattan
Excellent tour, Stacey, the guide was first class. Well worth it
Our Guide was wonderful. The company overbooked the group--there had to be 50. When I booked it they said no more than 20. The information from our guide was given with humor, accuracy and sincerity. He really made it worthwhile.
Of course there's not enough time to read all the plaques on the bridge, but now you can go back on your own and do it with some good background info. If you go and you should--stay up front with the guide. Again, our Guide was great.
The lady was difficult to hear and it felt very rushed. She wasn't very friendly and we only had 10-15 minutes in the art gallery and same in the chocolate shop and patisserie. We enjoyed a more leisurely walk back by ourselves at a pace where we could actually take in the sites and read the plaques.