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Brooklyn Heights Promenade

Brooklyn Heights Promenade: Our most recommended tours and activities

NYC: Brooklyn Bridge and Dumbo District Walking Tour

1. NYC: Brooklyn Bridge and Dumbo District Walking Tour

Hear captivating stories about the construction of the Brooklyn Bridge as you cross this incredible landmark on a Brooklyn Bridge and Dumbo neighborhood walking tour. Start your tour by enjoying unparalleled views of the famous and beautiful New York City skyline from Brooklyn Bridge – a photo opportunity you can’t miss while in New York. Then, explore the trendy Brooklyn neighborhood of Dumbo, known for its galleries, shops, and scenic waterfront views, with your expert tour guide.

From Manhattan: 2-Hour Brooklyn Bridge Bike Tour

2. From Manhattan: 2-Hour Brooklyn Bridge Bike Tour

Get up close and personal with the famous Manhattan and Brooklyn Waterfront sites.  This guided bicycle tour explores the diverse, historical neighborhoods of Brooklyn and Manhattan. Cross the Williamsburg Bridge to Brooklyn Heights, considered to be America’s first suburb, boasting amazing skyline views across the water. Then head back along the Hudson River across to the Brooklyn Bridge, gliding peacefully above vehicular traffic and stopping to take amazing panoramic photos of lower Manhattan, the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, and more. We'll explore downtown Manhattan, the hub of the American financial system, plus Battery Park, South Street Seaport, Wall Street and more! This tour is rated as moderate in difficulty and covers approximately 12 miles.

From Manhattan: 2-Hour Brooklyn Bridge Sightseeing Bike Tour

3. From Manhattan: 2-Hour Brooklyn Bridge Sightseeing Bike Tour

See some of New York City's most famous sights while working up a sweat on this exciting sightseeing bike tour. Start the day with an uphill cycle to the City Hall district of Manhattan, and continue across the beautiful Brooklyn Bridge, climbing steadily uphill for approximately 15 minutes. Stop for a rest at the Brooklyn-side tower of the bridge for some spectacular photos of the Manhattan skyline. From 50 meters high, you'll be treated to unparalleled panoramas of the city, so don't forget to bring your camera! After you've spotted the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, Staten Island, as well as port of Brooklyn, continue your tour descending into Brooklyn and riding past the historic houses of Brooklyn Heights. As you return over the bridge, passing the South Street Seaport, stop to take some more photos, taking advantage of the amazing views in all directions from the top of the Brooklyn Bridge. 

NYC: Dumbo, Brooklyn Heights, and Brooklyn Bridge Food Tour

4. NYC: Dumbo, Brooklyn Heights, and Brooklyn Bridge Food Tour

Eat your way through Brooklyn with a walking food tour in Dumbo and Brooklyn Heights. Along with your guide, taste-test favorite local dishes from Juliana's Pizza, Jacques Torres Chocolate, and One Girl Cookie. Enjoy views of the Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Heights Promenade, and Manhattan skyline. Kick off your tour by meeting your guide in Dumbo and heading to Juliana's Pizza, known for baking its specialty pizzas in a coal-fired oven. Wander the bustling neighborhood while taking in the stunning Manhattan skyline and listening as your guide shares fascinating facts about the borough.  Walk further down the street to visit the Brooklyn Heights Promenade and stand at the base of the Brooklyn Bridge, a towering cable-suspension bridge over the East River. Proceed to Jacques Torres Chocolate, a gourmet chocolate shop known for its wide variety of gourmet chocolate products. Continue to One Girl Cookie in Brooklyn Heights, a bakery known for mouth-watering cakes, cookies, and bars. Sit in the cafe for a coffee or take your snack to go. Before the tour ends in Dumbo, enjoy one last stroll down the cobblestone streets for a view of the Statue of Liberty.

Brooklyn: Half-Day Cycling Tour

5. Brooklyn: Half-Day Cycling Tour

Start your tour in Dumbo on the beautiful waterfront with sweeping views across the East River. Visit the historic and newly redeveloped Brooklyn Navy Yard and head into southern Williamsburg, a neighborhood of artists, graffiti, and some of New York City's best bars. Stop for breakfast before exploring the neighborhood. Ride into Greenpoint and Bushwick. Head to Fort Greene Park to see the Martyred Prisoners' Monument. Pass by the Barclay's Center and Historically Preserved Government Buildings. Stop at the Grand Army Plaza to see the Soldiers' and Sailors' Arch and the Public Library. Ride through Prospect Park, a cycling paradise. Head through Park Slope, Gowanus and Carroll Gardens, and perhaps stop at Other Half Brewing Company. Ride into Red Hook peninsula for a quick snack and drink along the waterfront.  Visit Steve's Key Lime Pies and take pictures of the Statue of Liberty. Stop at Widow Jane Distillery, and perhaps enjoy a quick chocolate tasting at Raaka Virgin Chocolate. Explore Cobble Hill's brownstone-lined streets and small restaurants. Head into Cadman Plaza and Brooklyn Heights to see the diverse architecture in tranquility at the first historically preserved neighborhood in the United States. Carry on back through Dumbo.

New York: Private 2-Hour City Tour by Jeep

6. New York: Private 2-Hour City Tour by Jeep

Unlike many other tours, the chauffeur for this journey is a knowledgeable, native New Yorker who will show you the most fascinating areas of the city – in just 2 hours. Begin in the historic West Village and then venture across the Brooklyn Bridge to the Brooklyn Heights Promenade for one of the most spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline. Visit lower Manhattan's most exciting neighborhoods. See the West Village, the original stomping grounds of New York's bohemians, SoHo, an artistic haven featuring numerous art galleries and shops, and TriBeCa, an up-and-coming neighborhood that’s home to an annual film festival. Continue on to South Street Seaport, a cobblestoned dock, where you’ll see some of the world's most impressive boats. Traffic permitting, you’ll visit the Financial District, home to The New York Stock Exchange, Chinatown, home to the largest Chinese population in North America, and Little Italy, home to more than 20 historical landmarks. Experience New York like never before in a Jeep Wrangler SUV!

Brooklyn: Sightseeing Bike Tour with Local Guide

7. Brooklyn: Sightseeing Bike Tour with Local Guide

Pedal off from the famous Dumbo area under the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridge, and get sweeping views of Lower Manhattan across the East River. Continue to the redeveloped Brooklyn Navy Yard, and then head into the southern part of bohemian Williamsburg. Cycle to Fort Green Park and pass the preserved government buildings. Get stunning views of the Soldiers and Sailors Arch and Brooklyn Public Library from Grand Army Plaza. Then, experience the cycling paradise of Prospect Park before you ride into Red Hook for a quick snack and drink.  Hear how the area went from being the busiest port in the world to a place of crime, before artists moved in to the brick warehouses and brownstone houses. See local landmarks such as Steve's Key Lime Pies and Widow Jane Distillery, and grab some snacks along the way. End with a visit to affluent Brooklyn Heights, the first preserved historic neighborhood in the United States.

Washington DC : Cherry blossom walking tour

8. Washington DC : Cherry blossom walking tour

Explore the best Monuments and memorials in Washington DC on this friendly guided walking tour with a local guide. Tour includes visit of : - Lincoln memorial : Learn about the features of the memorial that honor the legacy of Abraham Lincoln and the architects and artists who created it. - Dr Martin Luther king memorial : Located in downtown Washington, DC, the memorial honors Martin Luther King, Jr.'s legacy and the struggle for freedom, equality, and justice. - Franklin d Roosevelt memorial : The Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial is a presidential memorial in Washington D.C., dedicated to the memory of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the 32nd President of the United States, and to the era he represents. - Jefferson memorial : The Jefferson Memorial is a presidential memorial built in Washington, D.C. between 1939 and 1943 in honor of Thomas Jefferson, the principal author of the United States Declaration of Independence While visiting these memorials, you will highlight the tidal basin with numerous cherry blossom trees. The planting of cherry trees in Washington DC originated in 1912 as a gift of friendship to the People of the United States from the People of Japan. Approximately 3000 cherry trees have been planted in Washington DC which makes it one of the beautifulest cities to visit.

NYC: 2-Hour Private Brooklyn & SoHo Tour with Photographer

9. NYC: 2-Hour Private Brooklyn & SoHo Tour with Photographer

A walking tour of New York’s most historic and picturesque neighborhoods. Starting in SoHo and traveling via the New York City Subway system, walk over the Brooklyn Bridge and explore infamous Brooklyn neighborhoods.  Take a unique opportunity to be photographed, on a private walking tour in historic lower Manahattan, with the iconic New York City skyline as a backdrop. Explore SoHo, The Brooklyn Bridge, DUMBO, Brooklyn Heights and Brooklyn Bridge Park. Capture photos with unmistakable backdrops of New York City. During the tour, take one subway ride, captured in photos of course. Learn how the subway works, so you are comfortable doing so for the duration of your stay, no doubt saving you time and money.

New York City: Private SUV Highlights Tour

10. New York City: Private SUV Highlights Tour

Explore Manhattan like a superstar via comfortable SUV. Get picked up at your hotel and then hop in the with your trusty local guide. Get ready to see Lower Manhattan like never before. Begin the tour in historic Greenwich Village, once home to the city's artsy bohemian crowd and future rock-stars such as Jimi Hendrix. Drive down the area's leafy streets and feel free to get out to take a photo whenever you like. Head south to the shopping mecca SoHo and trendy TriBeCa, known for putting on an annual film festival. Next, cruise along the Hudson River until you reach the Financial District, also known as FiDi. Explore the sobering  9/11 Memorial and One World Trade Center, the tallest building in North America. From there traverse the Brooklyn Bridge, one of the most iconic bridges on the planet. Depending on traffic, drive through densely packed Chinatown and then shrinking Little Italy, home to more than 20 historical landmarks and a plethora of Italian-American restaurants. If you’ve selected the 5-hour tour, see the rest of the best of New York City. In addition to the above, visit Central Park’s Strawberry Fields, Harlem’s 125th Street, and famous filming sites from Seinfeld and Sex in the City.

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What people are saying about Brooklyn Heights Promenade

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 308 reviews

A walk that lets you discover an unknown Brooklyn, different neighborhoods and steeped in history. Our guide Frank was exciting. Thanks to him. The pizza lunch a very good shared moment. Finally, a magnificent view of Manhattan. I highly recommend this activity!

Sean is an AMAZING Guide. His love for History and love of his native Brooklyn is evident. He spoke loud enough and walked at a patient pace. He really made the trip memorable. Ask for Sean Robin McDonough ( former NY resident)

Very nice walk in Brooklyn, the guide John is very interesting, a beautiful discovery of the geography of this neighborhood and its history. The bikes are of good quality.

John has proposed a very exciting tour through Brooklyn. He has narrated many historical stories about the borough. We strongly recommend this tour

Beautiful and wonderful trip through relaxed Brooklyn