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From Grit to Hip, a Walking Tour of Williamsburg

From Grit to Hip, a Walking Tour of Williamsburg - Brooklyn, United States

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Brooklyn, United States

From USD
$35.00

Uncover Williamsburg’s layers of history and its evolution from a gritty industrial area, to a counterculture haven, and finally to the hip Mecca it became today.
• Discover how Williamsburg was originally created as a real estate development to attract wealthy Manhattanites and trace the footprint of this long-gone era of Williamsburg
• Learn about the counter culture which thrived in the neighborhood during the 90’s and where this history is being preserved today
• Locate and decipher works of art from today’s creative community including the mosaic glass water tower and shed by renowned artist Tom Fruin
• See the Mona Lisa of Williamsburg and hear the story behind it

Williamsburg, today, is seen as a high-end “Real estate development with water views.” That’s exactly how a reputable NY blogger described the post-2006 rezoned neighborhood word for word. A neighborhood most recently known as the home planet of the hipster was before a haven for counterculture artists looking for cheap rents that was before an enclave to every major immigrant migration NYC has ever seen (looking for cheap rents) and was before that a melting pot Mecca of American industry and capitalism that was before… in the very beginning… a high end “real estate development with water views.” Who says you can’t go home again?
Williamsburg more than any other neighborhood in the world is unique because it took the three things most unlike each other, industry, art, and unabashed commercialism and made them live together under one big bridge ... More info ›

Uncover Williamsburg’s layers of history and its evolution from a gritty industrial area, to a counterculture haven, and finally to the hip Mecca it became today.
• Discover how Williamsburg was originally created as a real estate development to attract wealthy Manhattanites and trace the footprint of this long-gone era of Williamsburg
• Learn about the counter culture which thrived in the neighborhood during the 90’s and where this history is being preserved today
• Locate and decipher works of art from today’s creative community including the mosaic glass water tower and shed by renowned artist Tom Fruin
• See the Mona Lisa of Williamsburg and hear the story behind it

Williamsburg, today, is seen as a high-end “Real estate development with water views.” That’s exactly how a reputable NY blogger described the post-2006 rezoned neighborhood word for word. A neighborhood most recently known as the home planet of the hipster was before a haven for counterculture artists looking for cheap rents that was before an enclave to every major immigrant migration NYC has ever seen (looking for cheap rents) and was before that a melting pot Mecca of American industry and capitalism that was before… in the very beginning… a high end “real estate development with water views.” Who says you can’t go home again?
Williamsburg more than any other neighborhood in the world is unique because it took the three things most unlike each other, industry, art, and unabashed commercialism and made them live together under one big bridge. This tour will examine the layers of Williamsburg, some noticed, some unnoticed, that come together to form an unlikely synthesis of industry, art, grit, and hip.
This tour was developed in partnership with the Wythe Hotel which is located in a 1901 factory building on the Williamsburg waterfront

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Brooklyn Walking Tour

Brooklyn Walking Tour - Brooklyn, United States

Duration: 210 to 240 minutes
Location: Brooklyn, United States

From USD
$55.00

Fuhgeddaboudit! Brooklyn is just brimming with energy making it a must-see destination. Take a guided walk through one of the most populous of the New York City boroughs ! Experience all of Brooklyn's cultural and architectural diversity in unique communities like Park Slope, Brooklyn Heights and DUMBO ... More info ›

Fuhgeddaboudit! Brooklyn is just brimming with energy making it a must-see destination. Take a guided walk through one of the most populous of the New York City boroughs ! Experience all of Brooklyn's cultural and architectural diversity in unique communities like Park Slope, Brooklyn Heights and DUMBO. Brooklyn is all things trendy and artisanal and offers the perfect blend of modern and old school in every way. Be a part of the adventure and see all of the highlights of the big borough with the small town charm and spirit.
• It is a 4 hour tour.
• The neighborhoods visited are Park Slope, Brooklyn Heights, Downtown Brooklyn and DUMBO.
• The tour operates in small groups of 15 persons maximum. This allows you to enjoy the guided visit in the best conditions for a unique and memorable NYC experience.
• A knowledgeable and certified and local guide will provide you with all the insider information on Brooklyn guide.

Come to our Midtown office to begin the most eye-opening tour of Brooklyn you’ll ever have! Hop on the downtown train with your guide, just like a New Yorker!, and head out to Brooklyn. Explore Park Slope Brooklyn's “Gold Coast”; see the majestic Soldiers and Sailor's Memorial Arch of Grand Army Plaza, The Brooklyn Public Library and Eastern Parkway. Explore Prospect Park, Brooklyn's largest playground with picnic grounds, baseball diamonds, a lagoon, a zoo and horse trails.
Brooklyn is known for its high concentration of writers, novelists and artists like Woody Allen, Truman Capote, Larry David and Jay Z to name just a few. You'll stroll through tree-lined streets and discover why Brooklyn is famous for its wide array of architectural styles reflecting the borough's diverse history. See stately brownstones, converted carriage houses and a plethora of beautiful churches; the most in any of the five boroughs.
As the city's newest mecca for fashionable boutiques, artisanal shops, and art galleries, Brooklyn is also a real foodies' paradise. From trendy lounges, pop-up bistros, or old-school delis and diners, there are limitless options for every taste. Whether you prefer artisanal restaurants or casual cafes, your knowledgeable guide is ready to share the best tips in Brooklyn dining. Or if you'd like, eat like a local and grab a quick bite at one of the food truck vendors that Brooklyn is famous for.

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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: Coney Island USA, 1208 Surf Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11224-2816

Visit Coney Island!

Duration: 6 hours

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

Spend the day at Luna Park!

Duration: 4 hours

Visit: The Cyclone, Surf Drive, Brooklyn, NY

Take a spin on the Cyclone

Duration: 5 minutes

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: Coney Island USA, 1208 Surf Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11224-2816

Visit Coney Island!

Duration: 6 hours

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

Spend the day at Luna Park!

Duration: 4 hours

Visit: The Cyclone, Surf Drive, Brooklyn, NY

Take a spin on the Cyclone

Duration: 5 minutes

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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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Brooklyn Botanic Garden Admission with 3-Course Dining at Yellow Magnolia Cafe

Brooklyn Botanic Garden Admission with 3-Course Dining at Yellow Magnolia Cafe - Brooklyn, United States

Duration: 1 to 3 hours
Location: Brooklyn, United States

From USD
$67.00

Brooklyn Botanic Garden is an urban botanic garden that connects people to the world of plants, fostering delight and curiosity while inspiring an appreciation and sense of stewardship of the environment.
Exclusively for Garden visitors, Yellow Magnolia Café offers full-service dining Tuesday through Sunday. The bright, airy café overlooks the Garden’s Lily Pool Terrace.

The Brooklyn Botanic Garden inspires people of all ages through conservation, display and enjoyment of plants ... More info ›

Brooklyn Botanic Garden is an urban botanic garden that connects people to the world of plants, fostering delight and curiosity while inspiring an appreciation and sense of stewardship of the environment.
Exclusively for Garden visitors, Yellow Magnolia Café offers full-service dining Tuesday through Sunday. The bright, airy café overlooks the Garden’s Lily Pool Terrace.

The Brooklyn Botanic Garden inspires people of all ages through conservation, display and enjoyment of plants. The Garden serves communities in New York City and internationally through its world-class gardens, extensive research collections and numerous educational and community programs.
Your ticket includes a 3-course dining experience at Yellow Magnolia Café. Named after the remarkable flower developed by Brooklyn Botanic Garden, the cafe offers modern, vegetable-focused cuisine in a one-of-a-kind setting nestled within the Garden’s iconic landscape. Designed by David Rockwell, the café is bright and airy and overlooks the Garden’s Lily Pool Terrace. The new café is a celebration of its urban garden setting, with seasonal ingredients sourced from local farms and purveyors—an ethos in keeping with the Garden’s longstanding interest in sustainable practices—and menus inspired by Brooklyn’s artisanal food movement.
Local chef Rob Newton, whose other Brooklyn restaurants have been lauded for their fresh and creative menus, alongside chef de cuisine Morgan Jarrett, have developed the café’s seasonal, market-driven menus, with a focus on local vegetables, grains, and sustainably sourced meats and fish. The menu is vegetable focused, with select meat and fish options available, as well as healthy children’s menu items.

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Prospect Park Walking Tour

Prospect Park Walking Tour - Brooklyn, United States
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Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Brooklyn, United States

From USD
$25.00

Explore Brooklyn's scenic treasure, designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux after their completion of Central Park. Learn why Olmsted and Vaux came to prefer this park to their original Manhattan masterpiece ... More info ›

Explore Brooklyn's scenic treasure, designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux after their completion of Central Park. Learn why Olmsted and Vaux came to prefer this park to their original Manhattan masterpiece. On this walking tour, you will see not only this park's lush landscapes, but also an old Dutch farm house, the beautiful boathouse, urban waterfalls, the revamped Lakeside center, and more! Come discover Brooklyn!

This walking tour begins at historic Grand Army Plaza, where you'll see the famous Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Arch. From there, we'll begin our journey of the highlights of Prospect Park. We'll journey past the Long Meadow, the best people-watching spot in Brooklyn, toward the famous Picnic House. From there, we continue into the Ravine, Brooklyn's only forest. Other sites we'll see include the children's carousel near the zoo, the Lefferts Historic House, the Prospect Park Boathouse and Audubon Center, beautiful arches and bridges, before finally ending at the restored Lakeside Center.
This park feels much more alive than its Manhattan counterpart, with baseball games, barbecuing, drummers grove, the dog beach, and tons of Brooklyn energy.
Along the way, your guide will recount the history of Olmsted and Vaux's Brooklyn masterpiece and how their experiences with Central Park shaped this park's trajectory. Hear how Vaux's decision to scrap the original plan led to the creation of the nearby Brooklyn Museum and Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Learn the history of this land in Brooklyn, from Dutch farming to Revolutionary War battles! You'll discover a new appreciation for Brooklyn and its amazing history and cultures. Your guide will also take questions as you go, to help you feel right at home.
This tour operates year-round, so you can experience Prospect Park in Winter beauty, Spring blooms, Summer frenzy, and Fall colors.

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