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Alternative New York Street Art Tour

Alternative New York Street Art Tour - Brooklyn, United States
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Brooklyn, United States

From USD
$35.00

Delve deep into the dynamic neighborhoods of the Lower East Side tour through an exploration of their vibrant street art.

Alternative New York Street Art Tour: Lower East Side - 
Come along with us through one of New York City's oldest neighborhoods and let us bring the art live. The Lower East Side is well known for it's diverse ethnic neighborhoods and astonishing street art ... More info ›

Delve deep into the dynamic neighborhoods of the Lower East Side tour through an exploration of their vibrant street art.

Alternative New York Street Art Tour: Lower East Side - 
Come along with us through one of New York City's oldest neighborhoods and let us bring the art live. The Lower East Side is well known for it's diverse ethnic neighborhoods and astonishing street art. Historically, the Lower East Side is known for hosting immigrants coming off Ellis Island, and in the second half o the 20th century, the area became flooded with artists. The growing counter-culture population in the Lower East Side drew more and more artists. Soon the area quickly exploded with creative expressive graffiti art that illustrated the social and cultural movements that would influence American society in the 21st century.

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Brooklyn Army Terminal Walking Tour

Brooklyn Army Terminal Walking Tour - Brooklyn, United States
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Brooklyn, United States

From USD
$22.00

Escape from the hustle of Times Square to a little-known engineering marvel, the Brooklyn Army Terminal, on this guided, historic, 2-hour walking tour. Explore how millions of tons of war supplies and personnel were shipped through this bustling transportation hub during World War I ... More info ›

Escape from the hustle of Times Square to a little-known engineering marvel, the Brooklyn Army Terminal, on this guided, historic, 2-hour walking tour. Explore how millions of tons of war supplies and personnel were shipped through this bustling transportation hub during World War I. Hear the stories of soldiers, longshoremen and merchant mariners who worked these piers, rail yards, and warehouses and learn how this complex is being put to use today as part of Brooklyn’s revitalized working waterfront.

Explore the sights and stories of a century of work at the Brooklyn Army Terminal.
Meet the guide at the Terminal, located on Brooklyn’s waterfront and accessible by subway from Manhattan.
The Brooklyn Army Terminal was built to supply American forces on the Western Front during World War I. This complex served as a supply base for the American military up until the Vietnam War.
Today, the Brooklyn Army Terminal is a large complex of warehouses, offices, piers, docks, cranes, rail sidings and cargo-loading equipment on 95 acres of land between 58th and 63rd streets in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. It is a thriving industrial park that is home to over 100 companies in a wide variety of industries, from precision manufacturers to biotech researchers, online retailers and chocolatiers.
Begin this 2-hour walking tour with a visit inside the Brooklyn Army Terminal’s architectural gem — the stunning atrium of Building B, where freight trains once rumbled through to be loaded from the balconies. Also, enjoy sweeping views of New York Harbor and visit the unrestored, 600,000-square-foot space of Building A. These two warehouses were the largest concrete buildings in the world when they were constructed in 1919.
Along the way, explore how millions of tons of war supplies and personnel were shipped through this busy transportation hub. Hear the stories of soldiers, longshoremen and merchant mariners who worked these piers, rail yards and warehouses. Also, find out what made the Port of New York the envy of the world in the mid-20th century, why it went into decline, and how Brooklyn’s entire working waterfront is being revitalized today.

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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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Brooklyn & Bushwick Art Tour

Brooklyn & Bushwick Art Tour - Brooklyn, United States

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Brooklyn, United States

From USD
$400.00

Brooklyn is home to one of the largest concentrations of artists in the world, and you can feel the creative energy in the area’s galleries and artist studio spaces. From Bushwick’s Clearing Gallery to Williamsburg’s Boiler and Pierogi galleries to the Brooklyn Art Space and the Gowanus Studio Space—ART SMART will guide you through the best commercial galleries and nonprofit and artist-run spaces on a private, completely customized tour.
Along the way you’ll discover amazing works of art based on your specific tastes ... More info ›

Brooklyn is home to one of the largest concentrations of artists in the world, and you can feel the creative energy in the area’s galleries and artist studio spaces. From Bushwick’s Clearing Gallery to Williamsburg’s Boiler and Pierogi galleries to the Brooklyn Art Space and the Gowanus Studio Space—ART SMART will guide you through the best commercial galleries and nonprofit and artist-run spaces on a private, completely customized tour.
Along the way you’ll discover amazing works of art based on your specific tastes. Our expert art historian guide will lead you to the most interesting, most cutting-edge art spaces, both in formal galleries or studios and in unexpected spots around these arty neighborhoods.
If the timing is right, we can also explore a curated selection of artist spaces during your guided tour of the open-studios on weekends scattered throughout the year. Contact us well in advance to organize up-coming dates.

The tour will start at the BogArt Building, located at 56 Bogart St. in Brooklyn at the time of your choosing. From there your ART SMART art historian guide will lead you on your private tour through Brooklyn and the surrounding neighborhoods. The galleries, studios, or other art spaces you visit will be determined based on the interests and preferences of you and your party, uniquely tailored to help you make the most of your experience. Transportation, if necessary, is not included in the price but we are happy to arrange it for you. Our tours start at $400 for 2 hours for groups of 1-5 people. For groups larger than 5 people or tours longer than 2 hours please contact us at team@artsmart.com.
Based on your interests, our explorations may include:
• Media (painting, sculpture, photography, etc.)
• Emerging talents or internationally acclaimed artists
• Graffiti and street art
• Gallery spaces and open artist studios

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Brooklyn Children's Museum Admission

Brooklyn Children's Museum Admission - Brooklyn, United States

Duration: 1 to 2 hours
Location: Brooklyn, United States

From USD
$11.00

Brooklyn Children’s Museum (BCM) is the world’s first museum designed expressly for children. The Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences founded the Museum in 1899 as an alternative to existing museums ... More info ›

Brooklyn Children’s Museum (BCM) is the world’s first museum designed expressly for children. The Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences founded the Museum in 1899 as an alternative to existing museums. The Museum’s mission is to provide first cultural experiences for children and families that inspire curiosity, creativity, and a lifelong love of learning.

Visit: Brooklyn Children's Museum, 145 Brooklyn Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11213-1900

Brooklyn Children's Museum promotes a family friendly environment where you'll access exhibits which offer boundless opportunities for sensory play and exploration that encourage children’s social, emotional and physical development. Museum offers three floors of interactive exhibits and hands-on cultural and science programs for ages 6 months to 8 years.
Sensory Room
Inclusive interactive exhibit and program space developed in 2014, guided by the specific needs of children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders.  Modular furniture elements enable Educators to set up the space differently each time and modify the activities based on the visitors who are present. Activities range from low to high impact and can include quiet reading and materials exploration to medium impact music-making to high impact physical movement and challenges.
ColorLab
ColorLab is Brooklyn Children’s Museum’s family art-making space where artists of all ages can explore, make, and celebrate art!  We value discovery, artistic process, freedom of expression, and creative collaboration with others. ColorLab’s rotating programs feature the work and artistic processes of African American, Afro-Caribbean, and African contemporary artists.  Each visit to ColorLab offers new ways to experiment with artistic processes and new ideas to explore, as well as the exploration of the Museum’s collection using all of the senses. Hands-on programs are supported by BCM’s teaching artists and educators.
World Brooklyn
Children play in kid-sized shops based on the real ones you find in neighborhoods across Brooklyn. In these environments, kids take on the roles of shopkeeper, baker, grocer, shopper, designer, performer, and builder as they gain an understanding and appreciation of the cooperative roles that enable communities to thrive. This exhibit is designed to foster a greater understanding and appreciation of the world cultures found in Brooklyn.
Totally Tots
This pint-sized paradise is designed for our youngest visitors, featuring nine different sensory play areas including water, sand, music, dress up, blocks, and more. Totally Tots is for children ages zero to 6.
Collections Central
This exhibit features a rotating selection from the museum’s collection of 29,000 historic cultural objects and scientific specimen – from lunch boxes to minerals, masks and trolleys!
Neighborhood Nature
Examine the many ecologies found in your own Brooklyn backyard. This exhibit introduces children to life sciences through hands-on play in the community cork garden, close looking and listening in the Museum’s diorama habitats, lounging at the “beach” and through exploring the intersection of the natural and human worlds.


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Brooklyn Historical Society

Brooklyn Historical Society - Brooklyn, United States

Duration: 1 hour
Location: Brooklyn, United States

From USD
$10.00

At Brooklyn Historical Society, take part in a great resource of local Brooklyn history.  With stunning architecture, inside and out, the Othmer library is a must-see.

Visit: Brooklyn Historical Society, 128 Pierrepont St, Brooklyn, NY 11201-2711

Exhibition in Brooklyn Historical Society

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At Brooklyn Historical Society, take part in a great resource of local Brooklyn history.  With stunning architecture, inside and out, the Othmer library is a must-see.

Visit: Brooklyn Historical Society, 128 Pierrepont St, Brooklyn, NY 11201-2711

Exhibition in Brooklyn Historical Society

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