Sightseeing in Brooklyn


Greenhook Ginsmiths: Distillery Tour and Gin Tasting for Two, Four, or Six at Greenhook Ginsmiths (50% Off)

Distillery Tour and Gin Tasting for Two, Four, or Six at Greenhook Ginsmiths (50% Off)

Greenhook Ginsmiths

Greenpoint

Sample custom-made, award-winning gins and take a tour of a real Brooklyn distillery

$40 $20

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Trestle Gallery: Membership to Trestle Gallery with Gallery Program Access and Optional $50 Class Credit (Up to 50% Off)

Membership to Trestle Gallery with Gallery Program Access and Optional $50 Class Credit (Up to 50% Off)

Trestle Gallery

Park Slope

The gallery hosts regular exhibitions as well as lessons in a spectrum of creative disciplines

$40 $25

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"Wildman" Steve Brill: Wild-Food and Ecology Tour for Two, Four, or Six from "Wildman" Steve Brill (Up to 62% Off)

Wild-Food and Ecology Tour for Two, Four, or Six from "Wildman" Steve Brill (Up to 62% Off)

"Wildman" Steve Brill

Multiple Locations

Forage for wild mushrooms, salad greens, fruits, berries, and medicinal herbs while learning about the ecology of local parks and open space

$40 $20

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The City Reliquary Museum: Two or Four Tickets to The City Reliquary Museum ( Up to 58% Off)

Two or Four Tickets to The City Reliquary Museum ( Up to 58% Off)

The City Reliquary Museum

Brooklyn

Fragments of New York’s history are on display at this museum that safeguards that safeguards the city’s treasures of past and present

$20 $9

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Walk of Art: Brooklyn Walking Art Tour for One, Two, or Four from Walk of Art (Up to 52% Off)

Brooklyn Walking Art Tour for One, Two, or Four from Walk of Art (Up to 52% Off)

Walk of Art

Brooklyn

Guides lead patrons through the streets of New York City in search of street art, including murals, stencil work, and sidewalk mosaics

$20 $11

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The Living Gallery: Wednesday Night Drink & Draw Event for Two or Four at The Living Gallery in Brooklyn (Up to 64% Off)

Wednesday Night Drink & Draw Event for Two or Four at The Living Gallery in Brooklyn (Up to 64% Off)

The Living Gallery

Brooklyn

Sketchers indulge in provided beer, wine & snacks while drawing live models & grooving to DJ music or ever-changing line-up of bands

$40 $15

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West Harlem Art Fund: Brooklyn Art Tour for One, Two, or Four from West Harlem Art Fund (Up to 69% Off)

Brooklyn Art Tour for One, Two, or Four from West Harlem Art Fund (Up to 69% Off)

West Harlem Art Fund

Multiple Locations

Tour guides lead sightseers on a two-hour tour of art galleries, cafes, and boutiques in neighborhoods such as Dumbo and Williamsburg

$40 $15

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IMAGE Gallery: $10for One General Admission Ticket to "Method" Art Opening at IMAGE Gallery ($20Value)

$10for One General Admission Ticket to "Method" Art Opening at IMAGE Gallery ($20Value)

IMAGE Gallery

Brookyln

Browse works of art during a one-night workshop event

$20 $10

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  • Brooklyn Historical Society
    One of the Brooklyn Historical Society’s current exhibitions, “Inventing Brooklyn: People, Places, Progress,” traces the forces that transformed the area from its Native American origins to its present state as a thriving metropolis. That exhibit reflects the society as a whole, which was founded in 1863 to celebrate Brooklyn’s history and evolution. The museum also houses exhibits that extend beyond pure history, such as “Say Cheese! Portraits to Pics,” a record of family portraiture that includes vintage daguerreotypes, detailed Etch-a-Sketches from the 1960's, and modern digital snapshots. To complement the exhibits, the society also runs the Othmer library, a nationally recognized research library with archives of local photography, manuscripts, and oral histories from more than 300 narrators, many of which focus on specific themes such as Brooklyn Navy Yard Workers or the Williamsburg Giglio Festival. The society’s staff also takes their expertise out into the community to helm walking tours that criss-cross the borough, host off-site exhibits, and work extensively in local schools.
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    128 Pierrepont St.
    Brooklyn, NY US
  • Gotham SideWalks
    During two-hour walking tours or three-hour bike tours, the guides from Gotham SideWalks aim to give groups valuable insight into the history and the future of several iconic New York neighborhoods. These journeys focus on Brooklyn and Lower Manhattan in particular, encouraging visitors to experience the city's culture by interacting with the art, architecture, and community members as much as possible. All the while, guides describe how the areas were shaped by the contributions of former, current, and time-traveling New Yorkers. On the journey through the Lower East Side, guests learn about how the neighborhood helped shape artistic expression through the neighborhood's gallery exhibits as well as street art displays. The tour of Brooklyn Heights focuses on love and the role that the architecturally rich neighborhood played in the lives of resident authors?including Arthur Miller, W.E.B. Dubois, Marianne Moore, Gypsy Rose Lee, Norman Mailer, and more?throughout the 19th and 20th Centuries.
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    704 8th Avenue
    Brooklyn, NY US
  • A Slice of Brooklyn Pizza Tour
    A Slice of Brooklyn Pizza Tour sounds almost too good to be true: an entertaining tour of beautiful, historic Brooklyn, AND more pizza in one day than most people have ever dared to dream of? Sign us up! The Tour puts a cheesy and delicious spin on the standard New York sightseeing tours, and we're all luckier for it. It’s 4 and a half hours of yummy history that takes you all across Brooklyn, making stops in Brooklyn locations made famous in films such as Goodfellas and Saturday Night Fever. From Grimaldi's Neapolitan-style pizza, to the Sicilian-style pizza at L&B Spumoni Gardens in Bensonhurst, this tour is a must for anyone who loves pizza, Brooklyn, New York cinema, or all of the above.
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    2036 61st Street
    Brooklyn, NY US
  • Pottery And Glass Land
    Nestled in turquoise chairs and clutching paintbrushes, walk-ins to Pottery and Glass Land's prepare to make new memories. Instructors guide students through the artistic process In the studio's pottery-painting, glass-fusion, mosaics, and canvas-painting classes in an exciting and upbeat environment. In pottery-painting classes, patrons can cheerfully bedeck mugs, bowls, and cookie jars in personalized designs and bright colors, leaving them one holiday gift or personal memento richer. Private events help to brighten bridal showers and class outings, and specialty classes send clients home with Chanukah platters or other celebration-specific items.
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    1344 Coney Island Ave
    Brooklyn, NY US
  • LiloVeve
    LiloVeve—a composite of the words "live" and "love"—is part gallery, part wedding-band boutique, and part jewelry-making school. First came the gallery. Caroline Glemann founded it to showcase a range of art that includes paintings, photos, and a permanent jewelry collection. Jewelry-making students take classes and workshops to pick up skills in metalwork, wax carving, and gold alloying. They can even learn about design from an industry perspective, or prep for the SAT's recently added fashion section. Handmade rings adorn betrothed digits after LiloVeve craftspeople lovingly solder, saw, and pierce each sparkling circle.
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    457 Grand St.
    Brooklyn, NY US
  • Brooklyn Children's Museum
    In 1899, program directors at what is today's Brooklyn Children's Museum decided to transform an old family mansion into a museum geared toward children. Anna Billings Gallup headed up the first crew of curators, who transformed the space into the Brooklyn Children's Museum, the world's first museum created expressly for children. While it is still New York City's only children's museum (and one of the few in the country to be accredited by the American Association of Museums), the success of Brooklyn Children's Museum has sparked the creation of 300 children?s museums around the world. Today, the museum preserves Gallup's world-renowned passion for educating children along with award-winning, hands-on exhibits and innovative use of its collections, including more than 30,000 objet d'anthropology, from shark jawbones to tribal masks. The museum engages children from pre-school to high school in learning adventures featuring early childhood education, arts and culture, and natural science. The Sensory Room provides an interactive experience for special-needs children, with visual, auditory, and motor-skills-related activities. The museum also teaches future generations about sustainability with a curriculum based on the building's own inner workings, which are certified green by the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design.
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    145 Brooklyn Ave.
    Brooklyn, NY US

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