We give you all the places to see in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

You will receive a printable map and our Williamsburg Brooklyn self-guided tour featuring our curated “Best of Williamsburg” shopping, restaurants, bars, nightlife, festivals, bowling, etc.

We did the work for you. No outdated recommendations here.

Hit the hot spots! So much to see and so little time! That’s why we came up with the self-guided Brooklyn tour. Think of it as a hunt for your perfect hipster haunts. We have created the best map of Williamsburg complete with details on each of our recommended spots so you can create your own Brooklyn tour. We have also included some great money saving tips!

Upon purchase, your printable map and guide will be emailed to you. You can also contact us if you have any additional questions or need any additional recommendations.

Must be at least 21 years old to enter some of the stops along the tour.

 

Highlights

Restaurants, Bars, Shopping, Coffee Spots, Music Venues, Sights and more!

Brooklyn Brewery

Smorgasburg and Brooklyn Flea (during summer)

McCarren Park

Brooklyn Bowl

All the Hidden Gems

Cost

Only $6

Go at your own pace!

After purchase, we will email you a link to download the printable map and tour.


What people are saying about Williamsburg, Brooklyn

 
The kinetic energy of this trendsetting Brooklyn neighborhood hits you the moment you exit the L train at Bedford Avenue, Williamsburg's main drag.

"Chic boutiques abound, the arts are in evidence everywhere, happening restaurants and dimly lit cocktail bars beckon, local denizens sport the latest street style, and it’s immediately apparent that this is the neighborhood that defines Brooklyn’s international image."

— Fodor's Travel

This is where you'll find one of the borough's densest concentrations of cool bars, restaurants and boutiques.

"It's easy to get around, it's safe, and the welcome mix of longtime locals and transplanted creative types give it a convivial personality that's distinct from other parts of the city. For many first-time visitors, New York equals Manhattan. But just a couple of subway stops across the river lies a whole other delicious world that deserves your exploration. So set aside a day to take a tour of Brooklyn."

— Lonely Planet

Williamsburg is the epicenter of Brooklyn as a fashionable worldwide brand. 

“The neighborhood may have rents higher than Gramercy and more crowds than Soho, but it’s popular for a reason: The quaint streets are lined with inventive New York restaurants, rooftop bars and eclectic shops, and throngs of people flock to the waterfront for flea markets and giant food bazaars during the summer.”

— TimeOut NewYork


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Don't just visit Times Square and Central Park. Explore Brooklyn!

Our self guided Brooklyn Tour has you covered! For foodies, bucket listers, shopaholics and street art aficionados.