Brooklyn Bridge

Brooklyn Bridge crosses the East River, it’s a New York City symbol and also marked a milestone in history for using steel for the first time in this type of construction. Currently, it has two levels, the lower level has three lanes for each direction where the cars go, and the upper level is used by bicycles and pedestrians. The bridge walkway starts at the intersection of Tillary...



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Dumbo Park

DUMBO is a neighborhood in Brooklyn; its name comes from the union of the words Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass. The area has two sections; one located between Manhattan and Brooklyn bridges, which connects Brooklyn to Manhattan across the East River, and one that continues east from the Manhattan Bridge to the Vinegar Hill area, this can be reached after crossing the Brooklyn...



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Fulton Mall - Brooklyn

A historical shopping street that was one of the fourth largest shopping mall in the United States; it is located in the center of Brooklyn Heights, near to Manhattan and Brooklyn bridges, in an open place with more than 230 shops that extends over an area of 17 blocks. The Mall offers banks, floors and sidewalks extended to increase the shopping experience, the street which...



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Brooklyn Botanic Garden

Schedule:                 Tuesdays to Fridays, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 pm

                                Saturdays and Sundays 10 a.m. to 4:30

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Brooklyn Museum of Art

Schedule:                  Wednesdays - Fridays - Saturdays - Sundays

                                   From 11: 00 am - 6:00 p.m.

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Brooklyn Academy of Music

Price its an average it changes according to each place.Brooklyn Academy of Music - is one of the leading centers for the performing arts with headquarters in Brooklyn, is a set of three main buildings, a few steps from the Atlantic Terminal and surrounded by the neighborhood of Fort Greene, BAM cafe presents 75 free performances each year, if you are a lover of cinema, the center has a room of...



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Brooklyn Museum

Schedule:          Wednesday and Weekends from 11 a.m. to 6:00 pm
                        
 Thursdays from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
                          Monday - Tuesday Closed

 

The Brooklyn Museum is one...



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Brooklyn

This is one of the five boroughs that make New York City.

Despite the union with New York in 1898, Brooklyn maintains a strong identity. It has been called the City of Houses. The district is connected to Manhattan by three bridges: Brooklyn Bridge, Manhattan Bridge and Williamsburg Bridge.                              ...



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Brooklyn Children Museum

Schedule: Tuesday - Sunday 10am - 5pm

                  Thursday 10am - 6pm

 

Founded in 1899, The Children's Museum of Brooklyn (Brooklyn Children Museum), is the first children's museum in the United States and for some the first of its kind in the world. Subjected to an expansion and remodeling to double its space, it was reopened on...



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Cadman Plaza West

Cadman Plaza Park is a beautiful park, which is located on the edge of the historic Brooklyn Heights and the neighborhoods of the center of Brooklyn, honor the Reverend Dr. Samuel Parkes Cadman (1864-1936), a renowned minister of the Congregational Church. This park is very well maintained, with jogging trails, a artificial grass, a perfect resting spot for tourists on their way to and from the...



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Barclays Center

This is an average Price; it changes according to each event. The Barclays Center is a multipurpose sports hall located in Brooklyn, is on the platform of an old beach maneuvers by the railway, is part of a draft sports complex, business and residential known as Atlantic yards, and leads by advertising motifs the name of the multinational company Barclays. The stadium is the headquarters of the...



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Grand Army Plaza Brooklyn

Grand Army Plaza should actually be on the list of sites to visit when it comes to New York. The great attraction of the square is the arch which is located in the main entrance of the Prospect Park, one of the largest parks and beautiful in New York. Much more calm that the Central Park. In his visit to the monument you can take the opportunity to visit and explore the Art Museum or the...



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Prospect Park

Prospect Park is a public park, is one of the largest parks in the city, is an oasis located in the heart of Brooklyn, the most populated neighborhood in New York. With around eight million visitors a year, the park borders different neighborhoods and attracts both local and tourists, among its attractions is Long Meadow, a meadow of 35 hectares, one of the largest green spaces in the United...



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Park Slope

If you are thinking about where to live in New York it is good to read the following: Park Slope is considered one of the most desirable neighborhoods of the city. In 2010, was ranked number 1 in the big apple for the NewYork magazine citing its quality public schools, restaurants, nightlife, green spaces, shops of quality, safety and the creative capital, among other things. Among the major...



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Coney Island

Coney Island is popular not only for its beaches, which are opened to the public from the last weekend from May up to beginning of September, but also for its carnival ambience Today the red tower of the jump of parachute of Steeplechase, designated like national historical appliance, survives in the tablado of the beach of Coney Island. This tradition is continued in the present with by the...



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Coney Island Aquarium

This is an average Price; it changes according to each place. The New York City Aquarium was inaugurated on 10 December 1896; you can observe marine life and detail many species, such as moray eels, moray eels, tiger sharks, sea lions, walruses, otters, seals and penguins, turtles, toads and frogs. Its facilities occupy an area of 14 hectares and is home to approximately 8000 copies of more...



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Brooklyn Public Library

Brooklyn Public Library (BPL), through its Central Branch, the network of other 60 libraries, community groups gives this conversation and reading and learning materials for Spanish speakers interested in learning and practicing English as a second language. Here also talkgroups and book discussions are held regularly to bring together people from different cultures and backgrounds who want to...



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Brooklyn Bridge Running Tour

Starting point: In the courtyard between the Municipal Building and the entrance to the Brooklyn Bridge

Date: Friday

Departure Time: 7am

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Distance: 4.3 miles (7 kilometers)

 

If the New York Marathon is a very demanding challenge but I like to exercise, perform the Brooklyn Bridge by running it is the perfect activity. The Brooklyn Bridge is one of the most...



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