3 mentions in Things you can only do in Brooklyn?
Polly B. said, "...to get a feel for the area. Continue on to Cobble Hill, another cute neighborhood, if you feel like it. The Brooklyn Museum and Brooklyn Botanic Garden are also worth seeing, especially if you're there at the right time for the cherry..." See More
2 mentions in Ideas for couples weekend in Brooklyn
John K. said, "...stop at the Waterfront Ale House on Atlantic Ave. Walk to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, it's beautiful. Next door is the Brooklyn Museum, which is actually a major art museum and well worth going to. Splurge meal: maybe Peter Luger Steak..." See More
Annemarie D. said, "...the last five years and you can still feel that change happening: still super authentic, but very DIY. Start at the Brooklyn Museum and walk down Washington Avenue to grab a bite at Tom's Restaurant, an old favorite diner where you'll meet..." See More
2 mentions in Things to do at night for solo female traveler?
Bonnie U. said, "...I would say head to Brooklyn. The Brooklyn Museum is open late on Thursdays. Fridays you can go to a lovely coffee shop Postmark Cafe and see free comedy. The first Tuesdays of every month DUMBO KITCHEN hosts Dumbo comedy. Go to..." See More
Ashley B. said, "...Cellar http://www.comedycellar.com/ Depending on when you are in NYC, some of the museums have live music/art/food events at night: check out Brooklyn Museum 's First Saturdays and Museum of Modern Art. Organize the live events and places you want to check out..." See More
2 mentions in What to do with teens in Brooklyn?
Courtney R. said, "...I would definitely check out the Brooklyn Museum. They usually have something a little edgy going on. Also, check out Proteus Gowanus which is sort of artist's collective that showcases performance artists, visual artists, etc. You might want to check out..." See More
Kevin C. said, "... Brooklyn Museum is awesome, has large Egyptology section including mummies. The Brooklyn Botanic Garden are close by as well. There's also the New York Transit Museum which has actual subway trains from different time periods...." See More
2 mentions in What are the best free things NYC has to offer?
Ava N. said, "...Several New York City museums have free parties and activities. My all time favorite is Brooklyn Museum 's Target First Saturdays. An open rotunda space in the museum turns into a dance floor and there is live entertainment often accompanied by a..." See More
Adam H. said, "...mind that both will ask for a suggested donation, but you can give what you want. You should also consider the Brooklyn Museum for it's first Saturday night free admission with lots of programming to boot. The summertime brings lots of outdoor..." See More
Julia B. said, "...townhouse on Manhattan's Upper West Side. The Louis Armstrong House Museum in Queens is also fascinating, inside Armstrong's former residence. The Brooklyn Museum often has interesting exhibits, and the architecture is beautiful (the gift shop's good, too!). I know I sent you..." See More
Adam H. said, "...haven't been there since before its reopening, but the review in the NYT was very positive. Lastly, as noted below, the Brooklyn Museum- if it weren't for the The Metropolitan Museum of Art, this would be the greatest museum in the..." See More
2 mentions in Easter for a seasoned visitor
Douglas M. said,
"...BBQ in Brooklyn Fette Sau - http://www.fettesaubbq.com/ Schiller's Liquor Bar - Awesome cocktail spot and casual dinner in the LES. http://www.schillersny.com/ Brooklyn Museum
Courtney R. said, "...Brooklyn Botanic Garden which is one of my most favorite places on earth. While you're in the area, check out the Brooklyn Museum which always has something interesting going on. One of the best and often totally overlooked museums in NYC is..." See More
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1 mention in Museum Obscura
Lola G. said, "...list The Museum at FIT. If you love fashion then you will enjoy it. The stylish exhibitions are always enjoyable. http://www.fitnyc.edu/museum/ Brooklyn Museum is interesting too and worth the trip outside Manhattan. https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/ If you feel open to it, The Museum of..." See More
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