Neighborhood Guide

Must-See Park Slope

by nycgo.com staff, 01/07/2014

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  • Culture
    The small, unassuming Old Stone House brims with Brooklyn history. The museum—a reconstruction of a 1699 Dutch farmhouse—often hosts musical and literary events. Among the highlights is a permanent exhibit about the Battle of Brooklyn, which took place in August of 1776. One more fun fact about the Old Stone House: it once served as a clubhouse for an early incarnation of the Brooklyn Dodgers. Other Park Slope cultural highlights include the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, which was founded in 1897 and hosts choral, classical and jazz concerts, and BAX (Brooklyn Arts Exchange), which showcases dancers, filmmakers, dramatists and other artists. Both organizations also offer classes.—nycgo.com staff

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