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  • Brooklyn Brainery

The Brooklyn Brainery also known as the hipster schoolhouse offers affordable classes on a mind-boggling range of topics, from The History of Pizza to the 2012 Apocalypse Crash Course. All course topics are dreamed up and suggested by the public, and the teachers are a group of awesome people from around the neighborhood and the whole city. No matter what class and who is teaching, classes are laid back, fun, and participatory. 

  • LeFrak Center at Lakeside

It's winter; so let's celebrate the cold weather by going ice-skating! Lakeside was recently opened this past December in Prospect Park Brooklyn featuring two 15,000+ state of the art rinks one open-air and another covered. Admission is $6 on weekdays and $8 on weekends and holidays. You can bring your own skates or rent them there for an additional $5.

  • The Cliffs

Come with your best active gear and prepared to be amazed at The Cliffs. This place is enormous making it the largest rock gym in the Northeast! The Cliffs is 30,000 square feet offering tons of wall space for bouldering, top rope, and lead climbing. For those new or unfamiliar with rock climbing they offer learn to climb classes.

  • Great go-to travel app! myCitiapp

With myCitiapp, navigating around town has never looked or been any easier! It's a great app for finding local hot spots. When I have visited an unfamiliar city or even my city I have been able to count on myCitiapp for nearby tourist attractions, sightseeing, entertainment, shopping, and latest local promotions.

  • iLuminate

Experience this story through spectacular dance routines in the dark and with costumes made up of lights. This play takes you onto a magic adventure as the protagonist, Jacob. He is an artist that is struggling and having difficulties with society. To overcome this challenge, he has with him a paintbrush which grants him the power to bring his creations to life. However, the bully gets jealous and steals Jacob's paintbrush as well as kidnapping his friends.



New York Thai Grill & Sushi Bar has been operating across the street from the MoMA for over 10 years. Come and join us for Lunch for anything from Pad Thai to Spicy California rolls at New Yorks premium Asian Fusion Restaurant. Specials starting at $8.50 till 4 pm and Free delivery up to 3 mi away. Hours: 11am -4am on weekdays and 12pm 4am on weekends.

Museums & Galleries

The Noguchi Museum was founded by the internationally renowned Japanese-American artist Isamu Noguchi to display his life’s work.  Opened in 1985, the Museum was dedicated to illuminating the artist’s vision, his experience with sculpture and public spaces, and the legacy of his work on later artists. In order to reach the broadest possible public, The Noguchi Museum offers programs that engage children as well as adults; they provide sign-language interpreters and “touch tours” for the blind and partially sighted.


4 words: large scale LEGO constructions! Opened in the summer, the LEGO store raises the bar in kid-chic! Fill your plastic cup at the "Pick a Brick" station, an inspirational planning ground for any builder. Or head to the "Build a Mini" station and create a grumpy fireman wielding a shovel and a pirate sword! Whatever you do, just don't plan on zipping in and out of this flagship store. There's plenty of play tables and piles of LEGO for inspired building that are sure to elicit lots "ooh"s & "aah"s.

Health & Beauty

In business for over 25 years, Nina's Day Spa & Laser Center is a celebrity favorite for body detoxification and slimming treatment, along with an array of beauty & wellness treatments that will refresh and revitalize body and soul. A full service day Spa, as well as a Laser Center, Nina's offers packages to rejuvenate and beautify travelers and locals alike. Pick from multiple massages such as Aroma Therapy, Reflexology and Swedish. In addition to massages, there are great facial treatments that include Glycolic Peels and the ever popular Microdermabrasion.



Sights & Attractions

Jane's Carousel is a magical sight on the East River, appealing to both children and adults as a dreamlike addition to Brooklyn Bridge Park. This historic gem was made by the Philadelphia Toboggan Company in 1922, and presided over Idora Park in Youngstown, Ohio before being auctioned off in 1984. Its careful restoration was led by artist Jane Walentas. Totally rewired, the Carousel now dazzles with 1200 brilliant lights.

The carousel has retained its classical design, with three rows containing 48 exquisitely detailed horses and two chariots. The scenery panels, center pole, and platform are all original to the twenties version of the carousel, infusing it with the charm of a bygone era. The pavilion designed by architect Jean Nouvel to house the attraction stands in contrast to the carousel’s old-world design, lending a shot of modern architecture to the traditionally ornate. It updates the carousel’s classic look. Jane's Carousel will delight children, as well as visitors from around the world, as a one-of-a-kind attraction for many generations to come.

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