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New York City Hop-on Hop-off Tour
"Enjoy pre-recorded tour narration in 11 different languages! In addition to live tour guides in English you can choose pre-recorded narration in English French Spanish German Italian Portuguese Mandarin
From $54.00
 
New York City Hop-on Hop-off Tour
"Enjoy pre-recorded tour narration in 11 different languages! In addition to live tour guides in English you can choose pre-recorded narration in English French Spanish German Italian Portuguese Mandarin
From $54.00
 
Double Decker Hop-On-Hop-Off Bus and Times Square Dining Experience
"This 3-day Hop-On Hop-Off Double-Decker bus pass includes four bus loops: The Downtown Tour Uptown Tour Brooklyn Tour NY at Night Tour! With this pass you will also receive free admission to the Museum of the City of New York a free bike rental in Central Park and a cruise around Liberty Island!Hop-on and off at the various stops on your loop or take the whole loop around and see world-famous landmarks including One World Trade Center
From $83.00

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Brooklyn Bridge

Midtown has some great shots from the Brooklyn Bridge at night. This is one of the most photographed bridges in the world, but in contrast to hometown favorite, San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge,...
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New York Aquarium

As a child I remember my parents taking us to the aquarium at least once every summer, usually after a few hours of spending time in Coney Island. I recall that my mom would go nuts looking for me...
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Botanical Garden

The gardens are a wonderful place to find yourself in. Although not as big as the New York Botanical Gardens, they still deserve a visit. As a child I would visit the gardens on special occasions,...
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Coney Island

Coney Island is so infamous for a reason. Sure, it's undergone some recent development (Luna Park) and now you're less likely to get tetanus from walking on the sand, but there's still a good amount...
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Prospect Park

Prospect Park is the largest park in Brooklyn; 585-acre acres. It was designed in 1865 by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux after they completed Central Park. Prospect Park contains a 90 acre...
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Grand Army Plaza

Meant as a grand entrance to Prospect Park, the Arch was designed by John H. Duncan (he later went on to design Grant’s Tomb in NYC) after being choosen by two experts appointed by the Soldiers and...
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Heights Promenade

The Brooklyn Heights Promenade became a favortie place for me to take that special someone. I didn't visit the Promenade even though I lived in Brooklyn until after I was dating my then to be husband....
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Williamsburg Bridge

Starts in Brooklyn lands in Manhatten. Jumps the east river from the new hip to the past hip. A walk across will drop you into the lower east side from Willamsburg Brooklyn as so named. On the walk...
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Fulton Ferry Landing

Along with the Brooklyn Promenade the Fulton Ferry Landing is a great place to visit if you want to get some fantastic views of the NYC skyline as well as where you can hop on and off of the NYC Water...
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Park Slope District

Manhattan has Park Avenue, Brooklyn has Park Slope! Don't miss this beautiful historical residential area of Brooklyn, located along the Flatbush Avenue and Prospect Park West, passing by the Grand...
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Museum of Art

The musuem is the second largest art museum in New York City and also one of the largest in the US. Housed in a Beaux-Arts building is the expansive collections of 17th, 18th and 19th century...
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Montague to Brooklyn Heights Promenade

Montague Street is Brooklyn's historic tree lined commercial district with wide sidewalks, restaurants, small shops, and brownstone buildings. At one end if the Brooklyn Heights subway station and at...
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Public Library

The Brooklyn Library is the 5th largest in the U.S. This building opened in 1941 and contains over a million cataloged books, magazines, and multimedia materials. There is a children's section, teen...
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Waterfront

FBF was New York City's first municipal airport, but never succeeded as a commercial airport--instead it became the site of a few record breaking flights during the "Golden Age of Aviation"...
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228 Duffield Street, Brooklyn, New York, 11201, United States
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