Skip the line and enjoy incredible Brooklyn pizza in the shadow of the Brooklyn Bridge!
Did you know that if Brooklyn were its own city, it would be the 4th largest in the U.S.? Explore and learn about this historic and lively borough with a guided walk over the Brooklyn Bridge (or part way if starting on the Brooklyn side), as well as guided walk through DUMBO and Brooklyn Bridge Park. It offers spectacular vistas of the Statue of Liberty, the Manhattan skyline and the majestic Brooklyn Bridge. You will also see famous landmark Jane’s Carousel, a wooden, 48-horse carousel that was built in 1922. Option to stop for food tastings: Juliana's pizza (same owner and next door to Grimaldi’s pizza), Jaques Torres Chocolate, Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory, Shake Shack, etc. Can also add Brooklyn Heights.
Arrive by bus or subway. Or walk from City Hall in Manhattan over the Brooklyn Bridge (takes 45 min to one hour).
Partial or full walk over the Brooklyn Bridge
Brooklyn Bridge Park -- spectacular views, art and food.
DUMBO's historic district and original cobblestone streets. Warehouses turned luxury lofts and upscale shopping.
Food and beverages along the way
Incredible stories and cultural anecdotes
“I think of myself as a girl from Brooklyn.”
– Barbra Streisand
“There’s a certain type of character that you can’t help but come in contact with growing up and living in Brooklyn and Long Island. A certain mixture of moxie, heart, and a wise guy sense of humor.”
– Steve Buscemi
“I didn’t appreciate Brooklyn until I left it.”
– Rosie Perez