New York Transit Museum
Occupying an old subway station built in 1936 (and out of service since 1946), this kid-friendly museum takes on 100-plus years of...
In a converted factory off Smith St, the Invisible Dog is an interdisciplinary arts center that embodies the spirit of Brooklyn's...
Brooklyn Historical Society
Housed in an 1881 Queen Anne–style landmark building (a gem in itself, with striking terra-cotta details on the facade), this library...
This glass-front bar is home to young flirters who cuddle on tattered antique sofas while beer-swillers congregate around an indoor...
You can almost taste the smoked meats as you enter this small Boerum Hill eatery, which has exposed-brick walls and a couple of communal...
187 Atlantic Ave · interesting places nearby
The smell of fresh-roasted coffee and spices greets you as you enter this beloved Middle Eastern delicacies shop. The olive bar boasts two-dozen options and there are loads of breads, cheeses, nuts and hummus. It's a great place to assemble a picnic before heading to Brooklyn Bridge Park.