The neighborhood—one of the borough’s toniest—offers a residential feel with all the charm of city life. Explore streets of row houses, panoramic views from the Brooklyn Heights Promenade, plentiful history and the odd bit of nightlife.
This pedestrian walkway offers spectacular views across the East River and of the Brooklyn Bridge.
Subway lovers and history buffs alike will cheer for the museum's rich train, bus, bridge and tunnel exhibits.
This waterfront park features play areas, a carousel and stunning views of the Manhattan skyline.
An Italian restaurant with Sardinian leanings belies the name of this romantic little hideaway in a former deli.
Founded in 1863 as the Brooklyn Historical Society, the center preserves the borough's 400-year history.
Brooklyn’s oldest public building, which dates to the mid-1800s, was formerly the borough’s City Hall.
This eco-luxury hotel's guest rooms and suites offer impressive skyline views.
Treat yourself to an unforgettable stay at New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge.