– Arts & Cultural –
Brooklyn Children’s Museum
For generations, this hands-on kids’ paradise has entertained and educated families of the five boroughs, as well as visitors from near and far.
Wander the expansive galleries of the Brooklyn Museum, featuring 560,000 square feet and approximately 1.5 million works of art.
New York Transit Museum
Find out how one of the world’s most intricate public transportation systems originated and evolved at this nostalgic and educational center.
– Points of Interest –
Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Visit lush gardens on iconic acreage, featuring the various flora and fauna that is sure to relax and please your senses. The garden is the city’s most popular cherry blossom viewing spot come springtime.
Brooklyn Cruise Terminal
Whether you’re embarking or debarking from a cruise at this modern award-winning terminal, our hotel is a convenient and comfortable selection for your travels.
East River Ferry
Hop aboard for a scenic waterway trip. Enjoy Manhattan skyline views while traveling reliably between New York City islands.
Why visit Central Park when Prospect Park is a native Brooklyn resident’s dream? Featuring a zoo, walking trails, scenic bridges and more, this green space affords visitors a full day’s worth of distractions.
The neighborhood’s namesake park has one of the highest elevations in Brooklyn, offering magnificent skyline views of downtown Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty.
– Shopping –
Brooklyn Flea Market
Epic in scale and operating every weekend, year round, this flea market features hundreds of top vendors selling furniture, vintage clothing, antiques and much more.
Brooklyn Night Bazaar
Not too far from bizarre, but also appealingly eccentric, this vendor showcase offers up wares, food and entertainment on Banker Street at night.
Jacques Torres Chocolate
Find a wide selection of decadent and delicious chocolate for sale from the first artisan chocolatier to make chocolate from scratch. Spoil your diet with a sip or two of hot chocolate and a few yummy cookies, served on-site.
– Sports & Entertainment –
Catch a basketball game, hockey match or concert at this multi-purpose indoor arena. Our Brooklyn hotel is a great choice when you are visiting Brooklyn for a Barclays Center event.
Take a guided tour where you’ll learn about this local favorite brewery’s facilities and history or grab some beer and mingle with other patrons at the on-site bar. A can’t miss for all beer lovers!
No trip to Brooklyn is complete without a ride on the Cyclone at Coney Island, with its classic American amusement park.
Home to the Brooklyn Indie Rock scene, this concert hall and adjoining adults-only restaurant offer music lovers the chance to eat, drink and be merry.