This former Dutch colony, named after Breukelen is now a major tourist attraction, being the second largest borough in New ... More
This former Dutch colony, named after Breukelen is now a major tourist attraction, being the second largest borough in New York City. Home to a diverse population, this part of the city is enriched with cultural diversity and is home to a myriad of cultural dos and events from time to time. Visit trendy nightspots, tranquil parks, scenic squares, artsy museums and cultural centers or learn more about the history of the Brooklyn Bridge that connects the city to the borough. Sample a variety of flavors and choose from a bevy of restaurants that are sure to delight your tastebuds. Call the Brooklyn Tourist Center for more details.
Welcome to Crown Brownstone 'Your Home away from Home'. Located in the Historic neighborhood of Crown Heights, Brooklyn. Crown Brownstone
is the true blend of urban flavors.The safe, clean and affordable alternative for the budget minded traveler, you can ...
Gray Line New York Sightseeing offers the signature hop on, hop off bus tours throughout New York City. With a
fleet of new double decker buses, visitors can enjoy the All Loops Tour, which includes The Uptown Loop, The ...
Situated on the 4th floor of the Brooklyn Museum , the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art is an
education and exhibition facility dedicated to feminist art. The center was established as a means to shedding light on ...