My dougther and me enjoyed all day! our guide was really good. She was very knowledgeable about the histiry of the bridge and its apassionate constructors
On this tour of the Brooklyn Bridge, one of New York’s most recognizable landmarks, you experience the bridge first-hand by crossing it from Manhattan to Brooklyn. As you walk across it, learn from your guide about its history and admire the views overlooking the New York Harbor. Once you reach Brooklyn, the tour continues with a stroll around DUMBO, a trendy artist enclave.
This morning tour begins in front of the Tweed Courthouse in Lower Manhattan, a historical landmark in its own right. Meet your guide and set off on foot for the Brooklyn Bridge.
One of New York’s best-known landmarks, and one of the oldest bridges of its kind in the US, the Brooklyn Bridge is beloved by both locals and visitors. Learn about its rich history from your guide as you enjoy a relaxing stroll across the 1.1-mile (1.8-kilometer) bridge. From the bridge, you can see the Statue of Liberty, Williamsburg Bridge, Empire State Building, and more.
Upon arrival in Brooklyn, the tour continues with a stroll around DUMBO. This neighborhood is known for its art galleries, shops, and restaurants. Head to Jacques Torres Chocolate for sweet treats (own expense), and continue to Brooklyn Bridge Park—with waterfront views—where the tour ends.
I went on this walking tour in November so was a bit cold. The guide, whose name I cannot remember, was really good. She had so much knowledge about the bridge and it's history, she really knew her stuff and was passionate about sharing it...More
We enjoyed a great Tour with Sean, who showed us the brooklyn bridge and DUMBO. He knew alot about the neighbourhood, was really friendly and made the tour absolutely interesting. Thank you very much!
We did this tour the day after Thanksgiving and it was wonderful! Even though it was cold, it wasn't bad on the bridge. Shawn was our guide. He was very knowledgeable about the history of the bridge and of DUMBO in Brooklyn. He had lived...More