Cobble Hill Vacations
Brooklyn Bridge Park, Brooklyn Heights and Park Slope, are nearby areas which are also worth discovering.
New York is world famous as home to the Statue of Liberty. This iconic landmark is 3 miles (5 kilometers) from the heart of town.
New York’s center is also filled with interesting places to visit, like the Empire State Building and Times Square. And, before returning to Cobble Hill, you make also like to visit the Chrysler Building and the Grand Central Terminal.
To gain a deeper understanding of New York, head to one of its many cultural destinations. Stroll around the exhibits and savor the atmosphere of the National Museum of the American Indian, the New York Transit Museum in Brooklyn and the Museum of Jewish Heritage. To catch home-grown and touring acts, book tickets to the St. Ann's Warehouse in Brooklyn, one of the region’s most popular performing arts venues.
New York has a number of unique sights including the New York by Gehry, the Brooklyn Heights Promenade in Brooklyn and the Castle Clinton National Monument. Brush up on New York’s history by visiting Fort Jay. Whatever your religious background, you'll appreciate the peaceful atmosphere at Cobble Hill’s holy places like Trinity Church.
Immerse yourself in Cobble Hill’s love of sports at Barclays Center Brooklyn, Brooklyn. This is home to Brooklyn Nets basketball team in winter and the New York Islanders ice hockey team. Depending on the score, either celebrate or commiserate with friendly locals after the full-time siren blows in one of the nearby watering holes.
To make the most of Cobble Hill, think about making a reservation at one of the area’s charming bed and breakfast or hotel options. Whether you’re staying for a night or a few weeks it’s hard to go past the DoubleTree by Hilton New York City - Financial District, the Club Quarters, Wall Street, and the Sheraton Brooklyn New York Hotel.