Prospect Park Concert Grove

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The Concert Grove was designed in 1847 as a spot for park goers to take in music being played on nearby Music Island. Though the Grove’s famous pagoda was turned into a snack bar in 1950, and suffered a fire in 1974, a 1987 restoration has returned it to its former glory. The grove, which now serves as a shaded patio area, is home to numerous of busts of great composers and artists, including Beethoven, Mozart and Washington Irving.

Parkside and Ocean Avenues entrance
Brooklyn, NY 11225
  (718) 965-8951
  Hours: 5–1am


Attractions
Parks & Gardens
Genre
Dance
Accessibility
Wheelchair Accessible
Genre
Dance

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