South Brooklyn Vacations
To get a real feel for the various sights, sounds and textures of New York, pull on some comfortable shoes and discover nearby areas such as Brooklyn Bridge Park, Brooklyn Heights, and Park Slope.
People come from all over the world to experience the Statue of Liberty, one of the most iconic landmarks in the country. It is only 3 miles (5 kilometers) from the heart of town.
New York’s city center is filled with interesting places to visit, like the Empire State Building and Times Square. And, before you head back to South Brooklyn, also visit the Chrysler Building and the Grand Central Terminal.
South Brooklyn has plenty of museums, exhibits and show venues nearby that make great places to visit. There are many excellent places visitors can pay a visit to for an afternoon such as the National Museum of the American Indian, the New York Transit Museum in Brooklyn and the New York City Police Museum. To catch home-grown and touring acts, reserve seats at the St. Ann's Warehouse in Brooklyn, one of the area’s most popular performing arts venues.
New York has a number of interesting sights including the Brooklyn Heights Promenade in Brooklyn, the Castle Clinton National Monument and the Vietnam Veterans Plaza. History buffs will enjoy exploring Fort Jay.
South Brooklyn has a long and proud sporting history. Spend an afternoon at Barclays Center Brooklyn, Brooklyn, home to the Brooklyn Nets basketball team in winter and the New York Islanders ice hockey team. Afterwards, follow the stream of local sports obsessives to a nearby pub for a post-match beer ot two.
Finding somewhere comfortable to unpack your bags in the South Brooklyn area is easy. Check out the rooms, rates and amenities at the DoubleTree by Hilton New York City - Financial District, the Club Quarters, Wall Street, or the Sheraton Brooklyn New York Hotel.