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Private Industry City Tour – Brooklyn Design Center Artisans Tour

Explore the Made-In-Brooklyn scene.

Tour Info

Duration: 3-4 Hours

Getting There: Only three stops from Manhattan! Take the D, N or R subway to 36th Street in Brooklyn and then walk just two blocks!

Tour Includes: Campus tour, pop-ups, demonstrations, food, drinks and behind the scenes access at 2-3 makers!

Thank you for booking directly with us! Use code GROUP10 for 10% off!
Minimum Charge 1-4 People
$650
Per Person 5+ People
$95

Go behind the scenes with us at this state-of-the-art design, tech, media, food and beverage hub.

Industry City in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, is a 16 building, 6 million commercial square foot redevelopment, with 5 acres of open space. It is the largest privately funded adaptive reuse project in the country.

With amazing restaurants, shops, artist studios, co-working spaces and more, locals and visitors alike can explore for hours on end. Originally built in 1906 as a intermodal shipping facility to support manufacturing and distribution of products, it served as an important industrial site, but over the years manufacturing evolved and left the city, the site fell into disrepair. In 2015, the buildings that comprise Industry City were purchased by the same developers as Chelsea Market.

There is so much to see on campus. Let Like a Local Tours do all the work. A couple savory tastings, a couple sweet tastings, plus we go behind the scenes on the ground floor and upstairs. We finish with a beer tasting at Big aLICe Brewing and with a chance to shop the goods we’ve seen in the making (with special discounts!).

Your tour will include a visit to the 3 of the following food purveyors:

  • Taco Mix
  • Japan Village
  • Table 87
  • Hometown BBQ
  • Burger Joint
  • Li-Lac Chocolate Factory

And 1 beverage maker:

  • Barrow’s Intense
  • Ft Hamilton Distillery
  • Big Alice Brewery
  • Brooklyn Kura Sake

Your tour will include a visit to the 2-3 of the following makers (depending on availability):

  • Brooklyn Made Store (demo by 1-2 sellers)
  • Saskia de vries Jewelry
  • Nazz Forge Blacksmith
  • Teressa Foglia Milliner (hat maker)
  • Soil to Studio Textiles
  • Court Tree Collective Art Gallery
  • Francis Waplinger Shoemaker
  • Megan Euell Visual Artist
“We had heard about Industry City but had no idea how incredible it is! So glad we visited with Like A Local Tours otherwise we would have missed out on lots of special places. And the food was amazing!”