Brooklyn Bridge Park - Pier 1

Row 1

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334 Furman St (at Old Fulton St)
Brooklyn, NY 11201

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  • Many types of birds and crustaceans have made themselves at home in the salt marsh at Pier 1. We can't blame them- the view is spectacular!
  • Don't let your phone die before you can snap and post that beautiful Instagram of the Brooklyn Bridge. Power up at our nearby #ATTStreetCharge solar-powered mobile charging station.
  • Bring a picnic basket and enjoy the breathtaking views of the Manhattan Skyline and the Brooklyn Bridge. One word of caution, keep your children away from the metal climbing domes.
  • Head to Pier 1 to see Gotham in its full majesty. Enticing treats abound, especially at the Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory. You can even drop in to hear first-rate chamber music at the floating barge.
  • Battery dying? There are two solar powered AT&T street charge stations here. BONUS TIP: Bring your own USB to micro USB cord. Some if the micro USB plugs don't work.
  • One of the best views in NYC, and yet so few people seem to know about it.
  • Best place to play in Brooklyn. Amazing views of lower manhattan, east river and bridges.
  • This park has it all. Bike paths, large patches with green grass to have a picnic, and last but not least, the most beautiful view of the greatest city on the world from Brooklyn.
  • Take in a flick during summer movie night thursdays!
  • Great new view of Manhattan. Lots of grass and benches
  • Beautiful, might be best park in Brooklyn...
  • Hang out on the southern slope facing the Statue of Liberty. Less crowded and great for sunsets.
  • Pier 1 is open, and it's awesome!
  • Look for NYC's most exciting new waterfront park to open in the coming weeks.
  • lugar muito lindo..
  • Look up events on NYC.gov
  • It's beautiful at night. Perfect for a romantic or meditative stroll.
  • Free seasonal kayaking and rowing programs are available at Brooklyn Bridge Park on the East River. The organization suggests you sign up at least an hour in advance.
  • Hundreds of dog bones have been buried under the grass here. They've recently banned dogs on the grass to preserve these artifacts for future dog generations.
  • Amazing view of the Brooklyn and manhattan bridge at night!

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