Things to Do in Brooklyn

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place
 64 N 9th St, Brooklyn, NY 11249
 Bedford Ave (L)

Rough Trade NYC

Editors’ Choice

The aim of the venue is very simple: to make the distance between artists and audience as short as possible as well as to represent artistic talent and creativity of music in all genres that are represented here.

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place
 200 Eastern Parkway, New York, NY 11238
 Eastern Pkwy [2, 3, 4], Botanic Garden [S]

Brooklyn Museum

A museum that’s not just stuck in the past. One of the largest art museums in the States, Brooklyn Museum owns a vast collection of artworks with over 1.5 million exhibits.

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place
 145 Brooklyn Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11213
 Nostrand Ave [2,3,4]

Brooklyn Children’s Museum

This is the kind of museum that kids will love: it is a place where you can learn and play, often at the same time. There are so many activities that you can spend the whole day exploring.

10478
place
 3159 Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11234

Aviator Sports and Events Center 0+

Soaring ceilings mixed with exquisite architectural style make this former airplane hangar perfect venue for various sporting, recreation and entertaining events featuring a wide range of outdoor facilities.

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place
 146 Broadway, New York, NY 11211
 Marcy Av

Baby's All Right 16+

Baby's All Right is a venue to check out whether you are eager to have a brunch with a bloody mary or up for a late night cap with your friends. It hosts great shows, live performances, and events for everyone.

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place
 150 Greenpoint Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11222

Brooklyn Night Bazaar 16+

Brooklyn Night Bazaar is a place where creative New Yorkers meet, talk, eat, drink and show off their talents, of course. Prepare yourself for tons of spiritual food. Bon Appetit!

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place
 66 N 6th St, Brooklyn, NY 11211
 Bedford Av [L]

Music Hall of Williamsburg

One of the most popular mid-scale underground and rock music scene venues located in the heart of Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

2010
place
 Washington Park Fort Greene, Brooklyn
 B, Q, R to DeKalb Ave; C to Lafayette Ave

Fort Greene Park

Check out one of Brooklyn's first parks. Fort Greene Park is a lovely green oasis of the city where you can do anything from active recreation and sports or simply relax and read a book breathing some fresh air.