The Brooklyn Bridge opened in 1883 as the longest suspension bridge in the world at the time. It is a National Historic Landmark as well as a New York City Landmark. With over 127 years of heavy use, the bridge is undergoing a major rehabilitation.
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"The best view on the DUMBO side of the bridge. Catch the ferry there in the summer and have lunch at Shake Shack or under the archway of the bridge, where you can devour amazing food truck food!"
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"Look for the NY/NJ divider as you bike over the bridge. Cool stuff. :)"
"Great walk. Great view of the city. Great vibe. Beautiful people. Do yourself a favor and enjoy the 25 minute walk across the bridge. Coming into Manhattan is the best part."
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