Top 10 Places to visit in Brooklyn

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Best things to do in Brooklyn and sightseeing in Brooklyn

Coney Island Avenue - Brooklyn

Coney Island’s sunny skies and rolling waves make for the perfect getaway. If being active at the beach is more your idea of fun than just catching some rays, Coney Island also offers exciting recreation opportunities. With courts for beach volleyball, handball, and basketball as well as playgrounds and amusement rides, the beach and boardwalk can provide hours of entertainment.
Rahul

239 Followers, 104 Reviews


Brooklyn Botanic Garden - Brooklyn

No it's not the best garden ever but for a nice walk outside Manhattan, it's quite pretty. The cherry blossoms had bloomed so we had a nice stroll here; not expensive to get in.
Daisy

231 Followers, 143 Reviews


New York Transit Museum - Brooklyn

Mainly devoted to the city's urban transportation system, the New York's transit museum one of the city's leading cultural institutions and one of the best in the history of United States. It has some of the best exhibits like Steel - Stone and backbone which tells us about the famous historical vintage subway train system in the city which makes it an ideal place to visit in NYC.
Karthik Rao V

371 Followers, 70 Reviews


CastleBraid - Brooklyn

Overflowing with creativity
Jessica Festa

220 Followers, 10 Reviews


Brooklyn Bridge Park - Brooklyn

Explore the vibrant vistas, rich ecology, and expansive piers of this special waterfront park. View of NYC from the park is just awesome.
Rahul

239 Followers, 104 Reviews


The Bushwick Collective - Brooklyn

An immersive outdoor art gallery that's also great for photography and Instagram
Jessica Festa

220 Followers, 10 Reviews


Battery Harris - Brooklyn

For dinner we decide on a hip hidden joint called Battery Harris on Frost St. The brain child of David Shapiro and Etan Fraiman of Rockaway, NY - both bonafide jerk chicken addicts who wanted to design gourmet versions of classic Caribbean dishes. Honestly, I came here for the drinks and the space, which is divided into 5 different hangout spaces. 1) an indoor eating space next to a dance floor 2) an outdoor eating space under an awning 3)an additional outdoor space with a fire pit 4)a bar that separates the indoor and the outdoor area 5) an elevated area where you can challenge each other to a game of pool.
Patricia

313 Followers, 9 Reviews


Brewers Row - Brooklyn

German beer history in Brooklyn, amazing street art and the chance to have a beer yourself
Jessica Festa

220 Followers, 10 Reviews


Wythe Hotel - Brooklyn

The Wythe Hotel is a boutique hotel with loft-converted rooms that feature original historic industrial detailing, pine ceilings, and exposed brick walls. My room overlooks the hauntingly peaceful snow-covered Manhattan.
Patricia

313 Followers, 9 Reviews


Brooklyn Night Bazaar - Brooklyn

Right down the road from the hotel, on Banker St, a few minutes away is the Brooklyn Night Bazaar, a smorgasbord of excitement under one warm roof. Live music, local craft beers, food kiosks, video games, popcorn, pingpong, grafitti and mini golf, along with local artisans selling their wares. The vibe is casual and unpretentiously fun. And the music is damn good.
Patricia

313 Followers, 9 Reviews


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