Downtown Brooklyn isn’t all business. Alongside the towering office buildings and Brooklyn Borough Hall, the busy neighborhood sports brownstones, tree-lined streets, college campuses and Michelin-starred restaurants. For shopping, try the outdoor Fulton Street Mall—and don’t miss MetroTech Commons for live entertainment and art installations.
Check out some of Brooklyn's essential attractions.
Brooklyn is brimming with great food, and locals aren't shy when it comes to telling you where to go for the best bagels, pizza, barbecue and cheesecake.
Experience the shopping, dining, nightlife and sightseeing in and around Downtown Brooklyn.
Snap photos of the iconic Brooklyn Bridge and the New York City skyline on this 1.5-hour photo tour. Ensure you get the best photos of this historic landmark as you walk the bridge with your expert photographer guide. This photography workshop is appropriate for all levels of photographic knowledge and any digital camera.
Explore the "city that never sleeps" aboard this open-top bus sightseeing tour. This tour takes you to Brooklyn for breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline. Enjoy night time views of Times Square, Rockefeller Center, the Empire State Building, the Lower East Side, Chinatown, Little Italy, the Brooklyn Bridge and more.
This unique walking tour of New York City will take you from Manhattan over the famous Brooklyn Bridge to Brooklyn. Admire the stunning city skyline as you make your way across the bridge, and learn about its history and cultural significance from your guide. When you arrive in Brooklyn, the most populous New York City borough, get a taste of the city’s cultural influences with visits to art galleries and chocolate shops in the neighborhood known as Dumbo. Then finish in Brooklyn Bridge Park!
This stylish "personalized experience" hotel in downtown Brooklyn is located adjacent to the borough’s MetroTech Center and features spa services, a fitness center and cardio room, not to mention 24-hour Brooklyn-centric concierge services.
Founded as a space for black artists to exhibit their work, this Brooklyn museum is devoted to using the visual arts to explore, discuss and debate the current state of the African Diaspora.