Red Hook Boaters
This boathouse, located in remote Red Hook, offers free kayaking (several times weekly from May to October) in the small embayment off...
Way out in Red Hook, this super-inviting longshoreman bar – the sign says ‘bar’ – is straight out of On the Waterfront . Every Saturday...
Across from Fairway, Brooklyn Crab is a casual three-story eatery, where diners hunker over picnic tables to feast on steamed crabs,...
290 Conover St · interesting places nearby
Waterfront Museum information
The former Lehigh Valley Railroad Barge #79 (built 1914) was purchased for a dollar by its current owner, a juggler, who rescued it from its partially submerged state under the George Washington Bridge. Now it serves as a floating museum with exhibits and events. The museum is free, but if you leave a donation you get a temporary tattoo. It's not a huge attraction, but sufficiently odd to be interesting.