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Brooklyn Street Art Graffiti Private Tour by Foot and Subway

Brooklyn Street Art Graffiti Private Tour by Foot and Subway - Brooklyn, United States

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Brooklyn, United States

From USD
$300.00

A 3-hour adventure through Brooklyn and Queens neighborhoods learning about Graffiti and street art.

It’s no secret that Brooklyn is where it’s at right now. With young, dynamic DIY Brooklynites creating exciting culture throughout the County of Kings, there is enough to see and do without crossing the bridge into Manhattan ... More info ›

A 3-hour adventure through Brooklyn and Queens neighborhoods learning about Graffiti and street art.

It’s no secret that Brooklyn is where it’s at right now. With young, dynamic DIY Brooklynites creating exciting culture throughout the County of Kings, there is enough to see and do without crossing the bridge into Manhattan. On our graffiti and street art tour of Brooklyn, we'll walk and take the subway between two very different, distinct neighborhoods - DUMBO and Bushwick - to understand how graffiti and street art lead to gentrification and commercialization.

More than just a "This is a wheatpaste. This is a throw-up," point-and-click kind of tour experience, our 3-hour Brooklyn Street Art and Graffiti tour takes into account the socio-economic histories of these neighborhoods and how various real estate interests and the cultural power of hipsters can transform whole neighborhoods and cities. We'll also explain the nuts and bolts of street art - the difference between tagging, bombing, murals, and street art on our Brooklyn street art and neighborhood tour.  

From DUMBO - Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass - lined with cobblestone streets and chic boutiques, to formerly blighted Bushwick, home of craft breweries, fashionista shops, and artisanal chocolatiers – tremendous graffiti and street art is happening on (and inside) buildings bursting with energy. If time and scehdules permit, we can visit an artisanal chocolate factory located in a former parking space between two factory buildings and/or local boutiques and art galleries, depending on availability. Alongside Bushwick, 

However, with all this change, local working-class residents often find themselves having to adapt and move out of what was once a thriving immigrant hub. Once the working-class leaves the working-class neighborhood, what happens next? These are the questions you'll be able to answer on our 3-hour Brooklyn Street Art tour while comparing and contrasting these similar but very different Brooklyn-based artistic communities.

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Jazz Fest Concert Series and Fish Fry Option

Jazz Fest Concert Series and Fish Fry Option - Brooklyn, United States
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Brooklyn, United States

From USD
$100.00

Enjoy a jazz concert in a 19th-century, Brooklyn brownstone house. 'Remembering When' is a celebration of music in the heart of Brooklyn’s historic Bedford–Stuyvesant neighborhood, where jazz reigned in the 1930s ... More info ›

Enjoy a jazz concert in a 19th-century, Brooklyn brownstone house. 'Remembering When' is a celebration of music in the heart of Brooklyn’s historic Bedford–Stuyvesant neighborhood, where jazz reigned in the 1930s. Enjoy live music performed in an intimate setting plus fish fry kate supper tasting and open-mic session.

Visit: Bedford-Stuyvesant Historic District, Brooklyn, NY

Revisit an earlier jazz period within a original styled NYC Brooklyn Brownstone. Located where many Jazz artist once lived.

Visit: BrownstoneJazz, 107 Macon St Sankofa Aban Bed & Breakfast, Brooklyn, NY 11216-2106

Revisit an earlier jazz period within a original styled NYC Brooklyn Brownstone. Located where many Jazz artist once lived.

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Private Half-Day Brooklyn Walking Tour

Private Half-Day Brooklyn Walking Tour - Brooklyn, United States
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Brooklyn, United States

From USD
$112.76

From DUMBO to Williamsburg book a local New Yorker for a personalised itinerary. Ditch the travel guides, decide where to go, what to see, what to do together with your private, personal, like-minded host ... More info ›

From DUMBO to Williamsburg book a local New Yorker for a personalised itinerary. Ditch the travel guides, decide where to go, what to see, what to do together with your private, personal, like-minded host. With a friend who knows what you like the city will unveil its best to you.

Explore Dumbo to Williamsburg and all the bits in-between. Focus on the things that you would enjoy and appreciate accompanied by a like-minded local.

Join a like-minded Local Host to explore DUMBO's hip neighbourhood. Soak in the stunning views of the bridges and feel the buzz of Brooklyn's former manufacturing district, Discover WIlliamsburg’s most emblematic market together, soaking up the unique atmosphere as you unearth handmade crafts, jewellery, clothing and affordable art.

In DUMBO and Williamsburg's network of streets, explore Brooklyn’s best vintage shops and markets, cutting edge fashion stores, independent niche boutiques, pop ups, vinyl record shops and the tastiest street food markets.

Follow your host as they lead you through the main streets and parks and taste the food and drink novelties and globally diverse dishes which are part of every local Brooklyner's daily lives. 

Get to you know your Local Host, and they’ll be able to recommend spots they know you’ll love, so you can eat, drink, shop and party like a local during your trip. The day revolves around your wishes so enjoy your private meet-up with a local and let your host show you the New York you will love.

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Luna Park Coney Island Pass

Luna Park Coney Island Pass - Brooklyn, United States
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Duration: 2 to 8 hours
Location: Brooklyn, United States

From USD
$58.00

Enjoy a full day of fun at New York City’s largest amusement park, located in the iconic seaside mecca of Coney island. Enjoy unlimited fun on more than 50+ rides and games at the iconic Luna Park.

Visit: Luna Park at Coney Island, 1000 Surf Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11224-2811

Spend the day at Luna Park!

Enjoy a full day of fun at New York City’s largest amusement park, located in the iconic seaside mecca of Coney island. Enjoy unlimited fun on more than 50+ rides and games at the iconic Luna Park.

Visit: Luna Park at Coney Island, 1000 Surf Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11224-2811

Spend the day at Luna Park!

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Brooklyn Bridge Brooklyn Heights and Dumbo Private Walking Tour

Brooklyn Bridge Brooklyn Heights and Dumbo Private Walking Tour - Brooklyn, United States
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Brooklyn, United States

From USD
$245.00

Walk the iconic Brooklyn Bridge with it's breathtaking views.Stroll through the quiet residential neighborhood of Brooklyn Heights with it's Promenade overlooking the East River. We end in Dumbo with it's cobble Stoned streets and refurbished old industry buildings ... More info ›

Walk the iconic Brooklyn Bridge with it's breathtaking views.Stroll through the quiet residential neighborhood of Brooklyn Heights with it's Promenade overlooking the East River. We end in Dumbo with it's cobble Stoned streets and refurbished old industry buildings. Great opportunity to take breathtaking photos!

This is a 3 hour tour that begins with a walk over the iconic 125 year old Brooklyn Bridge, with spectacular views of Manhattan and Brooklyn. We will walk through the historic Brooklyn Heights neighbor and stroll on the Brooklyn Promenade with breath taking views of Manhattan Skyline. We will explore the neighborhood called Dumbo with old industry buildings that have been converted to high end apartment buildings and paved with original cobble stone streets. This is a must do tour for anyone visiting NYC.

You might want to stay and have a meal at one of the great restaurants in Brooklyn.

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Brooklyn Museum General Admission

Brooklyn Museum General Admission - Brooklyn, United States

Duration: 2 to 5 hours
Location: Brooklyn, United States

From USD
$14.00

See great art through a unique perspective at the Brooklyn Museum of Art. Your general admission ticket give you access to the Permanent Collection which includes American Art, Arts of Africa, Arts of the Americas, Arts of the Islamic World, Arts of the Pacific Islands, Asian Art, Contemporary Art, Decorative Arts and many more exhibition halls! Explore the museum on your own or join a public tour which are given daily.

Visit: Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Pkwy, Brooklyn, NY 11238-6099

Brooklyn Museum is one of the oldest and largest art museums in the United States ... More info ›

See great art through a unique perspective at the Brooklyn Museum of Art. Your general admission ticket give you access to the Permanent Collection which includes American Art, Arts of Africa, Arts of the Americas, Arts of the Islamic World, Arts of the Pacific Islands, Asian Art, Contemporary Art, Decorative Arts and many more exhibition halls! Explore the museum on your own or join a public tour which are given daily.

Visit: Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Pkwy, Brooklyn, NY 11238-6099

Brooklyn Museum is one of the oldest and largest art museums in the United States. Its roots extend back to 1823 and the founding of the brooklyn Apprentices' Library to educate young tradesmen (Walt Whitman would later become one of its librarians).

The Brooklyn Museum was conceived as the focal point of a planned cultural, recreational, and educational district for the burgeoning city of Brooklyn. Although the scope of that envisioned complex of parks, gardens, and buildings changed after the once-independent Brooklyn was absorbed into New York City in 1898, many features of the plan were eventually realized and are reflected in what can be seen today.

In recent years, the Museum has focused on redesigning its galleries and reinstalling its major collections to make them more accessible to the public. Flowing spaces, vivid wall colors, dramatic graphic elements, and multimedia components feature in many of these reconfigured galleries.

The collections of American painting and sculpture, with significant additions from Spanish colonial and Native American art, were reorganized in 2001 to form the long-term installation “American Identities: A New Look” within completely reconceived gallery spaces.

With a mission to create inspiring encounters with art that expand the ways we see ourselves, the world and its possibilities, visiting this museum is an educational and cultural experience not to be missed!

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