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Things to do in Brooklyn: 15 best places to relax and have fun


Alina Prikhodko

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Straight over the bridge From bustling Manhattan lies Brooklyn, a diverse and eccentric borough home to hip culture and a variety of interesting places, from art under the Brooklyn Bridge to fine dining in Williamsburg. Secret nyc I've collected the best ideas of what to do in Brooklyn.

1. Explore Brooklyn Botanical Garden

The Brooklyn Botanical Garden is an oasis in the middle of a concrete jungle. Here you can spend hours wandering through the themed gardens, admiring the Japanese pond and admiring the seasonal flower displays. Not to mention the fact that various events, seasonal master classes and promotions are held here. We hope everyone enjoyed it cherry blossoms. If not, now is the time.

2. Take a stroll through the DUMBO area

DUMBO has become one of Brooklyn's most popular neighborhoods in recent years, and for good reason. There are many warehouses here that have turned into boutiques, restaurants and cafes. For entertainment, take a stroll through Brooklyn Bridge Park, admire the art at DUMBO Walls, ride Jane's Carousel, and shop at the Brooklyn Flea.

3. Stroll through Brooklyn Museum

The Brooklyn Museum is the second largest in New York, with 500 exhibits and incredibly interesting exhibitions. On any given day, you can wander through the extensive collection of Egyptian relics, modern art and American paintings, or check out one of the special exhibitions, which in recent years have included Virgil Abloh, Claude Monet and others.

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4. Spend the day at Prospect Park

Prospect Park in Brooklyn is one of the best parks in New York. There is always something to do here, regardless of the time of year. There is plenty of space for walking, dog walking, barbecuing, fishing, cycling and more. In addition, it has its own zoo, as well as a skating rink in the winter (LeFrak Center), an orchestra venue in the summer, and various events organized by the Prospect Park Alliance.

5. Admire the Brooklyn Bridge

What should every tourist do in New York? That's right, walk across the legendary Brooklyn Bridge. It was built back in 1883 and features an upper level intended only for pedestrians. From there, you can admire the Manhattan skyline and East River views for as long as you like.

6. Have a glass of beer Brooklyn Brewery

Head to Brooklyn Brewery in Williamsburg, which has been in business for over 30 years. It serves local beers and has a casual atmosphere that's great for passing the time with friends. You can also book one of the brewery tours, during which you will see how the process of making drinks takes place.

7. Look into Barclays Center

Barclays Center is Brooklyn's world-class arena where you can see the Brooklyn Nets play or your favorite artist in concert. The arena is located in the vibrant Atlantic Yards area, just steps from Park Slope and Prospect Heights.

8. Take a photo on the Brooklyn Heights boardwalk

Perhaps one of best views Lower Manhattan opens up from the Brooklyn Heights Boardwalk, a promenade that runs right along the East River. Sitting on a bench, you can watch people, ride a bike and enjoy the view.

9. Get to know the history in New York Transit Museum

Public transportation has always been an important part of the Big Apple's history, and you can get up close and personal with it at the New York Transit Museum. This attraction brings the metropolis's subway, bus and commuter train systems to life. The museum displays historical artifacts, a rotation of twenty vintage subway cars, as well as elevated vehicles from 1907, and more. What’s most interesting is that the museum itself is located in an old metro station.

10. Hunt for treasures on Brooklyn flea market

One of the best warm weather things to do in Brooklyn is to check out the Brooklyn Flea Market. There you can buy furniture, vintage clothing and antiques, jewelry, art, local artists and designers, and delicious fresh food. During the summer he works weekends at DUMBO.

11. Admire street art in Bushwick

One of the most dynamically developing areas of Brooklyn, Bushwick has become a center for creative people, artists and musicians. At Bushwick Art Collective you'll find plenty of street art, graffiti and murals that will capture your imagination.

12. Go to Coney Island

Get nostalgic at Coney Island, home to the iconic boardwalk, Luna Park and the historic Cyclone roller coaster. In the summer you can eat hot dogs at the original Nathan's Famous Hot Dogs kiosk, and in the winter you can visit the New York Aquarium, Coney Island Art Walls and more.

13. Shop and dine at Industry City

This vibrant Brooklyn neighborhood is “a one-stop destination for everything from shopping, dining, events, and more.” The campus, made up of 16 buildings of repurposed industrial space, is home to waterfront green spaces, immersive retail, and public art installations that you can spend hours exploring.

14. Play Brooklyn Children's Museum

The Brooklyn Children's Museum is one of the best family attractions in New York City. Considering that it was the first children's museum, founded in 1899, it is recommended for good reason: its delightful exhibits, programs, films and events. More than 300 children and educators visit it annually. The museum holds events for every taste: fine arts, music, natural sciences and world culture.

15. Eat best slice of pizza in brooklyn

If you've decided to take a New York City pizzeria tour (or are just looking for the best one), try L&B Spumoni Gardens. The pizzeria is located in the Gravesend area. Their iconic Sicilian square slice is worth the drive to the south side of Brooklyn.

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