Farmers Market · Prospect Park · 83 tips and reviews
City of New York: Did you know? Located on the intersection of Flatbush Ave and Eastern Parkway, the Central Library has an entryway 50-feet tall, and has over a million books, magazines, and multimedia materials.
City of New York: The northeast corner of Central Park, the Harlem Meer, offers family-related activities such as catch and release fishing, playgrounds with water features, a discovery center, skating and swimming.
Carroll Street (btw Nevins and Bond), Brooklyn, NY
Bridge · Gowanus · 12 tips and reviews
City of New York: Take a look at the cables and rollers of the oldest of the four remaining retractile bridges in the country – built in 1889! The bridge now uses electricity instead of steam to retract.
Fire Station · Financial District · 4 tips and reviews
City of New York: Peek around the corner of the firehouse (on Greenwich Street) and you’ll find a brass relief monument dedicated to all FDNY members killed at the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001.
City of New York: The 1873 Italianate structure is the earliest known concrete building in NYC. Once part of a 5-acre factory complex that manufactured the product from which it was made: Beton Coignet.
City of New York: Did you know? Before the High Line was built in 1934, freight trains traveled along 10th Avenue, creating such dangerous conditions that the busy thoroughfare became known as “Death Avenue.”
City of New York: This playground was named to honor EMT Christopher Prescott, who was the 1st NYC EMS worker to die in the line of duty. He was killed by a drunk driver while tending to a patient on June 17, 1994.
110 Moore St (Graham Ave. & Humboldt St.), Brooklyn, NY
Farmers Market · East Williamsburg · 5 tips and reviews
City of New York: Did you know? The Moore Street Market is one of Brooklyn’s oldest markets. Established in 1945, it now offers events such as cooking classes, shopping, and seminars for small businesses.
Monument / Landmark · Coney Island · 8 tips and reviews
City of New York: This joyride hasn’t operated since 1964, but it’s one of Brooklyn’s most recognizable landmarks. Originally built for the 1939 World’s Fair, it simulated a parachute-guided leap for 40 cents.
Street Food Gathering · Williamsburg · 337 tips and reviews
City of New York: "Foodie heaven! 100+ vendors with diff. cuisines trying to feed you within a block radius. Bring an appetite, do tapas-style tastings, and relax with a view of the Manhattan skyline in the background"
Pier 86 (West 46th Street and 12th Avenue), New York, NY
History Museum · Hell's Kitchen · 290 tips and reviews
City of New York: "A fully functional aircraft carrier ship + submarine + planes (Concorde, helicopters, Space Shuttle, etc.) – what’s not to love? Don't miss the yearly screening of Top Gun on the flight deck."