Brooklyn Points of Interest and Places to Visit


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Brooklyn Brewery

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 21 Reviews

While the first beer was brewed in Brooklyn in 1822, this homegrown brewery founded in 1988 by a couple of neighbors, led the charge towards a new trend in ...  Read more

Brooklyn Navy Yard

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 11 Reviews

Set on the Brooklyn shore of the East River’s Wallabout Bay, directly between the Manhattan and Williamsburg Bridges, this shipyard was once America’s largest. ...  Read more


4.5 star rating: Recommended 1396 Reviews

Well-known as the hipster-hub of Brooklyn, Williamsburg is full of creative types and indie venues. It’s safest and most vibrant areas lie near the L train ...  Read more

New York Transit Museum

4.5 star rating: Recommended 493 Reviews

Set in a decommissioned subway station in Brooklyn, the Transit Museum was opened in 1976 as part of America’s Bicentennial celebration. The original intention ...  Read more

Brooklyn Bridge

4.5 star rating: Recommended 286 Reviews

Extending for 1.3 miles (2 kilometers) across New York City’s East River, this 19th-century bridge sees constant foot, bike, and car traffic thanks to ...  Read more

Dyker Heights

3 star rating: Worth doing 2 Reviews

This picturesque residential neighborhood is located in the heart of southwest Brooklyn between Bay Ridge, Bensonhurst and Gravesend Bay. Originally founded ...  Read more

Artists and Fleas

Since 2003, Artists and Fleas has been bringing together creators and the creative to showcase their handmade wares for locals and visitors in search of ...  Read more

Barclays Center

At a time when Brooklyn is quickly becoming known as the hottest borough, the Barclays Center is just as rapidly taking its place as Brooklyn’s hottest venue. ...  Read more

Brooklyn Academy of Music

For more than 150 years the Brooklyn Academy of Music—known to locals as BAM—has been showcasing the best of avant garde film, dance, theater and drama in a ...  Read more

Brooklyn Botanic Garden

Since 1910 this Prospect neighborhood staple has been attracting as many Brooklyn borough residents in search of a quiet, peaceful respite as it has travelers ...  Read more

Brooklyn Bridge Park

When it comes to life in the Big Apple, Central Park has always taken the prize for expansive outdoor space and scenic greenery in an otherwise urban setting. ...  Read more

Brooklyn Grange Rooftop Farm

Few people think of farming when they think of the Big Apple, but Brooklyn Grange Rooftop Farm is trying to change that. Since 2010, this impressive rooftop ...  Read more

Brooklyn Heights

Known as the “first suburb of America,” Brooklyn Heights is a mere five minutes from Manhattan on the subway and maintains its unique character and historic ...  Read more

Brooklyn Museum

The Brooklyn Museum’s impressive and iconic façade may look just like any other, but the galleries of this borough staple are ripe with some of the most ...  Read more

Brooklyn Public Library

The smooth gray facade and impressive staircase of the Brooklyn Public Library guides locals and travelers to one of the city’s largest contemporary and ...  Read more

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