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Brooklyn Historical Society
Brooklyn Historical Society

Brooklyn Historical Society Tours and Activities

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Marvel at the Brooklyn Historical Society building's stately, Queen Anne-style architecture and grand exterior design. Inside, the modest Brooklyn Heights museum brims with art, archival documents, and exhibitions on the borough's history. Don't miss the ornate Othmer Library and the gift shop filled with local products.

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128 Pierrepont St, Brooklyn, New York City
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New York Sightseeing Day Pass: 100+ Attractions including One World Observatory

New York Sightseeing Day Pass: 100+ Attractions including One World Observatory

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Visit more than 100 NYC attractions with the money-saving Sightseeing Pass, which allows you to customize your sightseeing itinerary. Choose from a 1-, 2-, 3-, 4-, 5-, 6-, 7-, or 10-day pass to suit your schedule. Enjoy free entry to One World Observatory, Top of the Rock, Statue of Liberty, plus many more, and enjoy unlimited access to CitySightseeing hop-on hop-off buses for the duration of your pass. 
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Brooklyn Heights audio tour: From the Promenade to Truman Capote's house

Brooklyn Heights audio tour: From the Promenade to Truman Capote's house

Brooklyn Heights first took shape when Robert Fulton's steamship started ferrying passengers across the East River. Today, it’s a well preserved residential neighbourhood with Greek Revival and Italianate Row House architecture, a beautiful promenade and breathtaking views of Manhattan. Let's explore it together. On this self guided audio tour, I’ll tell you about its first residents, and I’ll guide you through its charming streets. We’ll walk on the Promenade where you can take as many pictures of Manhattan's skyline as you like because there’s no rush to finish the tour. I’ll also recommend some spots to grab a bite along the way. Some of the landmarks you’ll see include: • The Brooklyn Heights Promenade • Manhattan's skyline • A glimpse of the Statue of Liberty • Trump Capote's former house • Brooklyn Historical Society Building
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Brooklyn Scavenger Hunt: When Elephants Roamed Brooklyn

Brooklyn Scavenger Hunt: When Elephants Roamed Brooklyn

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Enjoy a flexible and fully independent way to explore the streets of Brooklyn when you book this app-guided scavenger hunt experience. Upon booking, download the smartphone app, and set off from the starting point in Brooklyn Heights at a time that works best for you. Your app guides you to many of Brooklyn’s key landmarks and unexpected corners. Plus, add a dose of competition with trivia, challenges, and more.
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Should I book Brooklyn Historical Society tickets in advance?
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We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Brooklyn Historical Society can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund. See all 3 Brooklyn Historical Society tickets and tours on Viator.
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How much does it cost to visit Brooklyn Historical Society 2021?
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Currently, an entrance ticket to Brooklyn Historical Society costs USD 7.31. Guided Brooklyn Historical Society tours start around USD 7.31 per person. See all 3 Brooklyn Historical Society tickets and tours on Viator.
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