Bushwick: Street Art, Cider Sipping and a Slice

A Brooklyn food and art tour perfect for all tastes!

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Experience the world’s largest outdoor street art gallery!

Enjoy world famous Brooklyn pizza, hidden gems, shopping and more!


Quick Details

Location: Brooklyn

Duration: 2 Hours

Tour Includes: Cider (non-alcoholic available) and pizza.

Walking Tour: Yes, please wear comfortable clothing/shoes.

Tour Availability: 7 days a week. Start times from 11:00 am until 6:00 pm.

Bushwick is by far one of New York’s coolest neighborhoods. But how did it get to be?

On this tour we fill you in on the history: from the Dutch to the industrial middle class, the dark times of the ‘Burning Bush’, and its amazing regeneration. We adventure through the heart of the street art, walking the incredible outdoor gallery, home to over 50 works that change annually. Guests get insights into the creatives and the culture, the methods and styles – and we encourage lots of photos and Instagramming!

We take you into a hidden art space where we mix and mingle with art and artists who use experimental processes to create extraordinary paintings and sculptures. Always had a question you have wanted to ask a contemporary artist but never had the chance? Well on our tour you can!

For refreshments we stop at a local cider house that specializes in bringing traditional ingredients and crafting techniques back, taste original 3 varieties, plus participate in a ‘catch’! (non-alcoholic options are available and children / under 21’s are welcome).

To wrap up, we meander past cult vintage clothing stores and unique neighborhood stores, finally ending up at the world-famous Roberta’s pizza for a real New York slice. 

Getting there: We meet at Good Morning Brooklyn. Use the Jefferson St subway on the L train (20 mins from Manhattan). Please allow plenty of time for travel (especially on Saturday and Sunday when the L train runs every 20 minutes due to repairs).