Time in Brooklyn - United States

September 25

Brooklyn Facts

Country Dialing Code
Time Zone
America/New York
Alternate Names of Brooklyn
BK, Bklyn, Borough of Brooklyn, Breuckelen, Breukelen, Broklino, Brooklyn, Brucclinu, Bruklin, Bruklina, Bruklinas, Comitatus Bruclinum, Kings County, Marechkawick, beulukeullin, bru klin, brukalina, brwklyn, brwqlyn, bu lu ke lin qu, burukkurin qu, kinsa ka'unti, Бруклин, Бруклін, ברוקלין, بروكلين, بروکلین, ब्रुकलीन, ब्रूकलिन, কিংস কাউন্টি, ব্রুকলিন, บรุกลิน, ბრუკლინი, ブルックリン区, 布鲁克林区, 브루클린
Currency Code / Name
USD / Dollar
Geographic Coordinates
Latitude: 40.6501

Things to do in Brooklyn

Brooklyn Bridge Park

Brooklyn Bridge Park is an 85-acre (34.4 hectares) waterfront park located along the East River in Brooklyn, New York. The Brooklyn Bridge Park is seated in a location where people can engage into different recreational activities. The park certainly offers spectacular views and it also hosts cultural and sports events, concerts, outdoor movies, biking, kayaking, and a lot more! Brooklyn Park is separated into sections - NY Harbor (Piers 1-6), Empire Fulton Ferry, Main Street, John Street, Fulton Ferry Landing and Brooklyn Bridge Plaza - each part provides a wide variety of entertainment to visitors and a relaxing view. It's a popular destination in Brooklyn, NY.

Brooklyn Bridge

Don't miss a chance to walk over the world-famous Brooklyn Bridge and look at an open clear view of the city's downtown area at Brooklyn Bridge! Brooklyn Bridge is a combination of cable-stayed bridge and suspension bridge that links the districts of Manhattan and Brooklyn. It is an outstanding example of 19th century engineering. It is the first suspension bridge to use major steel for its cable wire. It was completed on May 24, 1883 with a central length/span of 1,595.5 feet (486.16 meters). The Brooklyn Bridge used to be the world's longest suspension bridge and roughly 1.2 million people walk over the bridge on a yearly basis.

Brooklyn Botanic Garden

Step into this 52 acres of Green delight as explore the Brooklyn Botanic Garden New York City. It has plenty of stunning gardens inside in fact, it consists of numerous zones where you can learn about different species of plants from across the globe. The Brooklyn Botanic Garden houses more than 14,000 taxa of plants. The Garden features its Shakespeare Garden, Japanese Garden, Rose Garden, the cherry trees, among others. The museum has spectacular exhibition (both permanent and special exhibits) and it also houses private events.

Brooklyn Museum

Take a visit to one of the largest art museums in USA that houses more than 1.5 million collections of artworks. Its objects doesn't just focus on American Art, it also has large number of artworks of Egyptian, European, African and Pacific Islands, Asian, and more so from across the world. Brooklyn Museum also provides libraries and archival collection of paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, masks, woodblock prints, among others that shows the evolution of art in different areas of the globe. It is one of the leading art institutions in the world.

New York Aquarium

Occupying a total of 14 acres, the New York Aquarium is home to over 8,000 animals across 350 species of marine life. The Aquarium provides several fun-filled learning activities for the whole family through their special and permanent exhibitions. Their exhibitions feature the Aquatheater (an interactive show of sea lions), Conservation Hall (provides a close look at colorful marine life), Sea Cliffs (observing the penguins) and Ocean Wonders (meeting with sharks, sea turtles, rays and many more sea creatures). To expand the visitors' amazing time at New York Aquarium, they also offer a 4-D Theater, Wildlife Theater (a short musical act), A Wild Encounter (an opportunity to get close to the animals), and many more to explore!

Prospect Park

Prospect Park is the second largest urban public park located in Brooklyn, New York seating at 526 acres (213 hectares). Brooklyn, as one of the most populous cities, this park was made to accommodate its population with a large span of trees, beautiful flowers and landscape, lake, wildlife, and numerous recreational activities that locals and tourists can enjoy! This Brooklyn's green lung is the destination for adventurous and nature lovers. Primary attractions of the park include the Prospect Park Zoo, Litchfield Villa, Boathouse, Picnic House, and the Long Meadow (the longest meadow in NY City). Prospect Park also hosts sports and music events in fact, it features skating, basketball courts, soccer and baseball fields for sports lovers.

Luna Park

Satisfy your thrill-hungry soul at Luna Park in Coney Island. It is an amusement park with several options of rides, attractions, and dining that meets the likes of visitors of all ages. For extreme thrill seekers, you can enjoy rides like Coney Island Cyclone, Sling Shot, Thunderbolt, Zenobio. High Thrill Rides include Steeplechase, The Tickler, Wild River, Brooklyn Flyer, Luna 360, Electro Spin, and many more. Don't worry if you're traveling with kids or with someone that are not into high thrills because there are several rides that are moderate like Coney Tower, Windstarz, Circus Coasters, as well as mild thrill rides like carousel, Speedboat and a lot more. Being the boardwalk's leading attraction, there are a lot of things to do and witness in Luna Park that caters the people of all ages!

Coney Island

Ride the Cyclone, hit the beach, enjoy the spectacular boardwalk, and catch a game of Brooklyn Cyclones in the field at Coney Island, a popular destination in New York. Coney Island is a residential part of Brooklyn which is also considered as a recreational area due to multiple attractions and recreational facilities around it. It is the home of renowned Luna Park. There are several things that visitors can enjoy here from the beach and boardwalk, amusement park, dining options, and a lot more to explore!

Statue of Liberty

No visit to New York is complete without visiting the Statue of Liberty (Liberty Enlightening the World). It's a neoclassical sculpture and has become a symbol of the United States and is regarded as the universal image of freedom and democracy. There are different ways to explore this historic landmark: Ranger Tours (visitors are given an overview on general history of the statue and the island with the help of volunteers), Museum (featuring amazing theater and extensive collection of artifacts), Statue of Liberty's Stone Pedestal (where people are rewarded with panoramic views of New York and its harbor, Ellis Island, and New Jersey), Statue of Liberty's Crown (featuring the original 1876 torch display and a pedestal view from the crown). The height from the ground level to Statue's torch is 93 meters and the height of the copper statue alone is 46 meters. This UNESCO World Heritage Site attracts millions of local and foreign visitors every year.

Empire State Building

The Empire State Building is a world-famous skyscraper located in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. Many people consider the Empire State Building as the icon of New York. It has been a popular tourist destination, accommodating nearly 3.6 million visitors each year by average. This high-rise building has observation decks in 86th and 102nd floors where people are rewarded with a 360-degree view of New York city.