Brooklyn Heights Promenade
wanna see Manhattan skyline from brooklyn and a nice walk on a summer night? this a great place to take a romantic walk at night
This is our family favorite location. You'll have views of Manhattan. All the Piers (which have basketball, a water park, ice cream, playgrounds, grilling stations, and more!). You can catch the ferry to Manhattan, walk to the Brooklyn Bridge, get world-famous pizza (Grimaldis pizza) and so much…
Stunning views of the Manhattan skyline. Drop down into Brooklyn Bridge Park and explore Dumbo from here
Perfect spot to watch the 4th of July fireworks when launched from the East River
This park nestled in Brooklyn is worth the ride! It has amazing views of Downtown Manhattan, the Harbor and the Statue of Liberty. The Park is in the Brooklyn Heights Historic district. It’s a perfect place to go for a walk on a nice day and enjoy the breathtaking views.
The Brooklyn Heights Promenade, also called the Esplanade, is a 1,826-foot-long platform and pedestrian walkway cantilevered over the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway in Brooklyn Height. It has the absolute best view of the Manhattan skyline in all of Brooklyn.
Relax as you take in Manhattan, walk down to Dumbo and grab a bite and a drink at the river cafe then hop on the Carousel.
Beautiful, panoramic views of the East River, ferries and Manhattan from the Financial District through the Empire State Bldg and beyond. Perfect place to watch the sun setting behind the skyscrapers.
Great place to stroll and take in the views..Perhaps make your way over the Brooklyn bridge while you’re at it.
“It is one ancient art foundations in the USA, which is also the largest! Holding Historical Significance, it has cultural and educational value. ”
“I lay out here in the summers. People watching by day and star gazing by night. Beautiful. You can have a picnic, take a boat ride, have a meal, sun bathe, cycle, or just read a novel. ”
“Beautiful botanic garden next to the museum and the park. Features include a japanese garden, cherry tree esplanade, rose garden, shakepeare garden, conservatory garden, lily ponds, native garden and a farming garden. Perfect place to get lost for hours. ”
“The best park in Ny just ask Olmsted who also designed Central Park..He prefered Prospect Park. Wooded trails, waterfalls, boat house, lakes, open fields, multiple playgrounds”