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Brooklyn Bridge Park

334 Furman St, Brooklyn, NY 11201-9750
+1 718-222-9939
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334 Furman St, Brooklyn, NY 11201-9750
+1 718-222-9939
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Reviewed yesterday

We have been avid visitors of the park since the beginning, around 2008. The Park has so much to offer to the locals and others!!!. For locals, it is a locus of social, cultural and family activity, with never ending programs, such as concerts with...More

Thank aguailuminada
Reviewed 3 days ago

We had taken the subway to Coney Island in the morning. Then we walked Prospect Park and the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Towards the days end we ended up at this park and enjoyed a stroll along the river front. We discovered the dog park and...More

Thank traveldog149
Reviewed 3 days ago

Looking for the Brooklyn Heights Promenade we went down, and had a walk riverside here. Nice and relatively quite, you have the Manhsttan view, and see some boats starting from the nearby pier. Banks available.

Thank aa27
Reviewed 4 days ago

Come here at sunset, blue hour, or at night for amazing views of the lower Manhattan skyline. There's almost always other people out either taking pictures or enjoying the view so there's no safety concerns although you should be aware of your surroundings. I took...More

Thank tailsock
Reviewed 4 days ago

a great view of the city, a nice walk. a must do in new york, of course! a sunny day is the best time to visit, also dusk is best time of the day so that one can experience both day and evening lights.

Thank Shamik N
Reviewed 5 days ago

The views are breathtaking, there are usually outdoor art exhibits and food vendors, and you can take the ferry to Williamsburg for under $2.00! Need I say more? Gorgeous at night, too.

Thank sharonrapoport1
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Spanning 4 refurbished piers along the East River there is a playground with Sprinlkers at the Southern End at Pier 6. Soccer and flag football at Pier 5, walking trails from 6 to 1. Kayaks in Spring and summer. Great place to walk, run or...More

Thank Jill W
Reviewed 1 week ago

From the park you will have a great view of Manhattan. The best time to go is on a beautiful sunny day in the evening. Don't forget the camera. The statue of liberty is not too far away.

Thank Carole P
Reviewed 1 week ago

I took my kids to this park it was so beautiful and relaxing with a nice playground for the kids. My kids loved the sand and the swings

Thank YBC1268
Reviewed 1 week ago

Evething you want is at his park. From playgrounds to beachfront, boat ride to Manhattan, and beautiful scenery. You can rent bikes, and there are ball fields as well. Theres an old fashioned carousel and plenty more to do. Expect to spend a full fun...More

Thank pelly633
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where do i ipark my car?
12 September 2016|
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Response from Eric S | Reviewed this property |
You may have to circle for a while or pay for parking at one of the lots in Brooklyn
Judi F
As a tourist I am going to visit the Brooklyn Bridge Park soon. Afterward I would like to return to Manhattan via walking across the Brooklyn Bridge. I am encountering a bit a problem discerning by looking at maps the best walking route between the BB Park and the Brooklyn entrance to the Brooklyn Bridge. Can anyone shed some light on not necessarily the quickest or short route to take, but the safest and most pedestrian friendly route to navigate between these two experiences? Thank you! Judi
27 August 2016|
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Response from Andrea A | Reviewed this property |
From Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 1, we took Old Fulton street which has plenty of people thanks to Shake Shack and Grimaldes being on that street. old Fulton street will turn into Cadman. Turn on prospect which will take you... More
Rebecca R
Is it worth the trip to Brooklyn Bridge park if my boyfriend and I already plan on visiting Central Park?
28 June 2016|
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Response from Eric S | Reviewed this property |
Sorry it took so long but I was out of the country for a while. Brooklyn Bridge Park is a different experience than Central Park. Central Park is very large and an oasis in the middle of Manhattan while Brooklyn Bridge Park... More