We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Share
Save

Manhattan to Brooklyn NYC Walking Tour: Brooklyn Bridge and Dumbo

From US$35.00
Highlights
  • Experience a famous landmark up close on this Brooklyn Bridge walk
  • Learn about the bridge’s history from your guide
  • Take in the restaurants and galleries in Brooklyn’s artsy DUMBO neighborhood
More
Manhattan to Brooklyn NYC Walking Tour: Brooklyn Bridge and Dumbo
From US$35.00
Check Availability
  • Overview
  • What to Expect
  • Important Information
  • Reviews
  • Q&A
Select Date and Travellers
Walking Tour
Walking tour from Manhattan to Brooklyn over the Brooklyn Bridge
US$35.00
Walking Tour in Spanish
Walking tour conducted with a guaranteed Spanish-speaking guide
US$35.00
Overview

On this tour of the Brooklyn Bridge, one of New York’s most recognizable landmarks, you experience the bridge first-hand by crossing it from Manhattan to Brooklyn. As you walk across it, learn from your guide about its history and admire the views overlooking the New York Harbor. Once you reach Brooklyn, the tour continues with a stroll around DUMBO, a trendy artist enclave.

What to Expect

This morning tour begins in front of the Tweed Courthouse in Lower Manhattan, a historical landmark in its own right. Meet your guide and set off on foot for the Brooklyn Bridge.

One of New York’s best-known landmarks, and one of the oldest bridges of its kind in the US, the Brooklyn Bridge is beloved by both locals and visitors. Learn about its rich history from your guide as you enjoy a relaxing stroll across the 1.1-mile (1.8-kilometer) bridge. From the bridge, you can see the Statue of Liberty, Williamsburg Bridge, Empire State Building, and more.

Upon arrival in Brooklyn, the tour continues with a stroll around DUMBO. This neighborhood is known for its art galleries, shops, and restaurants. Head to Jacques Torres Chocolate for sweet treats (own expense), and continue to Brooklyn Bridge Park—with waterfront views—where the tour ends.

Write a ReviewReviews (50)

1 - 5 of 50 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Interesting insight

The Brooklyn Bridge is an incredible NYC landmark, but to understand it’s story over the centuries makes it even more special. Our guide did an amazing job story telling, dealing with the crowds and making sure everyone in the group was catered to. Would recommend...More

Thank scottymcdonald
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Wonderful tour with Matt!

We really enjoyed this tour! Just the right amount of walking with great views over the bridge of the skyline and Brooklyn. Matt was really attentive, engaging and informative. The tour took around 2hrs 30 but this included stops for photos. Definitely worth booking!

Thank zofiagilroy
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
One of the best walking tours!

Excellent tour! Our tour guide, Ludie, was a great storyteller! She was very passionate and knowledgeable about the Brooklyn Bridge and NYC history. She gave us time for great photos and tips for eating places in DUMBO.

Thank bc42018
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Breathtaking!

Thank you, Dalia! Dalia was my tour guide! I loved her attitude and her adventurous side! I liked the breaks she gave to take time to explain the surroundings and acknowledge peoples questions. Walking the Brooklyn Bridge, was amazing to see the buildings all around...More

Thank Abbie_Mad
Reviewed June 10, 2018
Beautiful Brooklyn Bridge

What a fantastic walking tour made all the better by the enthusiasm and knowledge of our guide Ludie! If you are in New York then do not miss this walking tour!

Thank Ben B
Questions & Answers
Ask a question
Deborah M
July 19, 2018|
Answer
Response from Deborah M |
walk over the Brooklyn Bridge and you can walk to seaport, uber, cab, subway
0
Votes
will046
May 8, 2018|
AnswerShow all 5 answers
Response from Bev W | Reviewed this property |
My friend and I caught the NYC ferry which costs only $2.75 and took us to 34th Street back in Manhattan which suited us. But you can also get the ferry to downtown or to a couple of other places like Williamsburg which is... More
0
Votes