Everything feels close and old-fashioned in this neighborhood. There are good restaurants and bars, sweet little parks, and views of the harbor. One of my favorite spots.
The Heights as everyone in Brooklyn calls it is a very unique neighborhood. There are Brownstones everywhere as well as old wooden homes. The architect of the neighborhood is not to be missed. Trees everywhere. The restaurant's are very good, you can't go wrong with Theresa's a Polish place. Just walk the streets and enjoy. Also for some of the... More
See how the really wealthy Wall Street tycoons summered and weekended over one hundred years ago. Many of the homes and mini-mansions in this first American suburb are the original works of architectural art created over 150 years ago. Much of the original blue stone sidewalks survive as does the tree-lined ambiance that attracted writers such as Arthur Miller, Truman... More
Very diverse neighborhood that has had many changes in it's history. Fabulous architecture and an endless supply of places to eat and window shop. Hated the fact that there is a tremendous amount of graffiti all over both private residences and commercial buildings which tells me that the local politicians/police cannot control it or clean it up, or don't want... More
Following a walk across the Brooklyn Bridge a small extra walk takes you to Brooklyn heights. great views back to Manhattan, great photo opportunities and some fantastic Brooklyn houses to see as well. All free!
great place for walkign tour, nice restaurants, amazing views of manhattan, great historic architecture
Came here on a tour. Brooklyn Heights is a classier part of NYC, filled with expensive brown houses and rich in history. You must visit the park near the pier, and the Brooklyn bridge is an iconic must do walk. And try the Brooklyn Icecream at the pier, described as the best in the USA!
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