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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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This park wasn't here when we visited 8 years ago. Planners have done a fabulous job opening up this area to the public. Terrific views of Manhattan .
We walked over the Brooklyn Bridge from Manhattan, grabbed dinner and sat on the bench and admire...More
Love visiting this park. Awesome views of the bridge and lower Manhattan. Could sit and relax here watching the world go by for hours. Park is well kept and generally not too crowded. Also enjoy watching the heliport action across the East River too. Definitely...More
This park was smaller than I expected.They have chosen (I think) to go with native plants. The pathways are somewhat overgrown with the plants encroaching on thw walkways. Although that is very desirable to some, I didn't like that much. It is great to walk...More
As a Brooklyn local girl I can tell you this areas renovation and remodeling over the last 10 years or so has been a remarkable transformation... the urban planners have out done themselves. From recreation to restaurants and restrooms, nice lawns and playgrounds this park...More
What a great park to walk around after having lunch at one of the many fine cafes and restaurants in and around the DUMBO area of Brooklyn.
See the great views of the Brooklyn Bridge, Lower Manhattan, Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty.
This is the perfect spot to go to for a sunset view of the manhattan skyline. It's nice to just sit on the grass and look across the water to the skyscrapers. If you're hungry you can always go into the Time Out Market and...More