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Brooklyn Bridge Park is an 85-acre world-class sustainable park on Brooklyn's East River shoreline. The Park revitalizes 1.3 miles of Brooklyn's post-industrial waterfront from Pier 6 at Atlantic Avenue to Jay Street north of the Manhattan Bridge...more
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When checking out the iconic Brooklyn bridge, this park is a must stop. For the amazing views , for the fantastic carousel, for the greenery, or just to feel as if you are in one of the most unique areas in the world. A good...More
Spent a few hours at the Brooklyn Bridge Park on my last visit to Brooklyn. Initially planned on just walking the bridge but decided to walk the park. So glad I did. Several sights to watch, plenty of grass and benches to relax.
Beautiful park to spend a couple of hours at. The views of the East River and the City are spectacular. We went during the day...it was a trek getting there from Long Island especially with little ones. But it was worth it. Indoor/enclosed play areas,...More
They knocked it out of the... park with this one. Every time I return there's something new. A garden. New amenities, new paths. Last night there was an outdoor movie being shown in one of the Piers. It's just a great experience for walking, running,...More
amazing to stand in this park and look across to see Manhattan. Have been here in both Summer and Winter and lovely each time.
I would recommend looking back at Brooklyn too as has its own sights to marvel at
BBP is a must do when you are in New York. Most tourists stay in Manhattan, but when you cross the Brooklyn Bridge from Manhattan to Brooklyn and make right turn towards the water front, please go and enjoy BBP (Brooklyn Bridge Park).