Brooklyn, the "Borough of Homes and Churches," is one of the five Boroughs of New York City. It used to be and still feels much like a city in its own right, with approximately 2.5 million inhabitants.
Brooklyn Hotels
Search for hotels in Brooklyn, New York, Secaucus (8 miles northwest), Jersey City (5 miles northwest) and Weehawken (5 miles north).
Prospect Park is in Brooklyn. It includes its namesake park, plus the neighborhoods of Park Slope, Prospect Heights, Windsor Terrace, and Prospect Park South.
Gowanus and Red Hook is in Brooklyn. In addition to Gowanus and Red Hook, this travel guide also covers Carroll Gardens.
Downtown Brooklyn is in Brooklyn. In addition to the downtown area proper, it includes Brooklyn Heights, DUMBO, Cobble Hill, Boerum Hill, Fort Greene, Clinton Hill, and the Navy Yard.
Bedford-Stuyvesant and Flatbush are in Brooklyn. In addition to the two aforementioned neighborhoods, this travel guide covers Crown Heights, Lefferts Gardens, Brownsville, East Flatbush, and Midwood.
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Fort Greene Park is a park and basketball court
Williamsburg is a neighborhood in Brooklyn, as little as one subway stop away from Manhattan, and is bordered to the north by Greenpoint, to the east by Bushwick and to the south by Bedford-Stuyvesant.
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Brooklyn Bridge is a bridge and scenic lookout
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South Street Seaport is a harbor / marina and plaza
East Brooklyn is in Brooklyn. It encompasses Cypress Hills, East New York, Canarsie, Bergen Beach, Flatlands, Mill Basin, Marine Park, Gerritsen Beach, and Barren Island.
Coney Island and Brighton Beach are in Brooklyn. In addition to those two neighborhoods, this travel guide covers Manhattan Beach, Gravesend, and Sheepshead Bay.
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Brooklyn Museum is an art museum and history museum
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The Public Theater is a theater and indie theater
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Statue of Liberty is a monument / landmark and outdoor sculpture
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High Line is a park and scenic lookout
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Flatiron Building is a building and monument / landmark
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Empire State Building is a building and historic site
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333 Brooklyn Bridge Boulevard, Brooklyn
+1 718-246-7000
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85 Smith Street, Brooklyn
+1 718-852-8585
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228 Duffield Street, Brooklyn
+1 718-855-1900
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216 Duffield Street, Brooklyn
+1 718-256-3833
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181 3rd Avenue, Brooklyn
+1 718-522-4000
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611 Degraw Street, Brooklyn
+1 718-403-0614
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625 Union Street, Brooklyn
+1 718-797-1133
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17 Seabring Street, Brooklyn
+1 718-222-3200
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33 Peck Slip, New York
+1 212-766-6600
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75 Wall Street, New York
+1 212-590-1234
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320 Pearl Street, New York
+1 212-571-4400
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370 4th Avenue, Brooklyn
+1 718-625-1500
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52 William Street, New York
+1 212-269-6400
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8 Stone Street, New York
+1 212-480-9100
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51 Nassau Street, New York
+1 646-844-2987
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55 Church Street, New York
+1 212-693-2001
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123 Washington Street, New York
+1 646-826-8600
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2 West Street, New York
+1 212-344-0800
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140 Washington Street, New York
+1 212-577-1133
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85 West Street, New York
+1 212-385-4900
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