Arguably the most iconic suspension bridge in America, the Brooklyn Bridge towers 276 feet above New York’s East River.
If you need a break from taxis and pavement, take a soothing stroll through the 85-acre, world-class waterfront Brooklyn Bridge Park.
Entertaining animal lovers from all over the world for more than a century, the mighty New York Aquarium is fourteen acres.
Located in the middle of Prospect Park, this adored zoo offers a unique urban animal experience for children and adults alike.
Thanks to countless movies featuring Coney Island, it’s become somewhat of an iconic destination.
Thrillseekers, take note: Luna Park is just the latest in a long line of Coney Island amusement parks dating back to 1903.
Nature lovers will find it difficult not to relish all fifty-two sprawling acres of horticultural heaven at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
One of the oldest and largest museums in New York City, the underrated Brooklyn museum is housed in a colossal, Beaux-Arts-style building erected way back in 1895.
If you’ve only got one day to spend in Brooklyn, you can’t go wrong with the all-embracing amenities of Industry City.
Roller skating is making a comeback, and you can join the movement with The Roller Wave in Brooklyn!
The Brooklyn Heights Promenade in the borough’s northeast, straddling the banks of the East River.
Named after the famous former sugar refinery that acts at its quirky background, Dominio Park.
The iconic Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Arch makes the Grand Army Plaza one of the most photographed parts of Brooklyn.
Part of the Brooklyn Public Library, the Center for Brooklyn History started as a way of preserving the once rural roots of this now bustling urban borough.
It’s hard to believe that the City Reliquary is a museum that started as a personal collection in a residential window front.
The museum aims to make themes of African Diaspora accessible through visual arts and performance.
Sharpen your skills, perfect your backswing and play at Dyker Beach Golf Course, situated in Brooklyn’s southwest end.
Walk around any corner — particularly in Bushwick — and you’ll see why Brooklyn is renowned for its dauntless, flashy street art.
With a coveted history, the famous Brooklyn Navy Yard was once a storied shipbuilding facility.