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Brooklyn Heights Promenade, Brooklyn

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Featured in classic New York films like Annie Hall and Moonstruck, Brooklyn Heights Promenade offers beautiful views of the East River and Statue of Liberty in Brooklyn’s oldest neighborhood. Brooklyn Heights is the Brooklyn borough's first Historic Preservation District. Its promenade, which opened to the public in 1950, features wooden benches to take in the Manhattan skyline, scenic greenery and flowers to contrast with the city’s concrete structures, and playgrounds for children to enjoy. Take a jog or romantic stroll down the promenade on your way to Brooklyn Bridge Park or before exploring the adjacent neighborhood’s brownstone-lined streets. A visit to Brooklyn Heights Promenade represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Brooklyn trip itinerary maker to plot your vacation.
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  • The views are beautiful! We were here on a bright, clear Spring day with boats on the water and lots of people out walking and jogging. The neighborhood has gorgeous brownstones and streets to walk th...  more »
  • We got the red line subway to Clarke street and the promenade is 2 blocks down from it in a very posh part of Brooklyn. It is a 20 minute stroll from one end to the other, obviously best on a sunny da...  more »
  • There is no finer view of lower Manhattan than from this venue. You can see the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges as well as all of lower Manhattan including the Freedom Tower.  more »
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  • One of to go to places. Many benefits. Nice boardwalk along the river. Plenty of benches to sit. Watch boats cruise by and helicopters take off from the Manhattan side. Beautiful place to watch sunset and the city start to light up. One can walk down from here to the park and get closer to the waters.
  • Great view for photography. Very nice romantic walk too, good for a casual walk with a date. Make sure you check Brooklyn bridge park which is right beneath the promenade.
  • A beautiful and quiet park situated in Brooklyn Heights. It's easily one of the greatest untouched gems in all of NYC. There tends to be not many people out there despite the great views of Lower Manhattan. The quiet atmosphere makes a great place for relaxing and reading a book on a Sunday morning.
  • One of the most underrated places of NYC. The view of the Manhattan Skyline you get from this place its incredible. Im glad i visited this the second time in new york and I didnt let it go.
  • Beautiful views of the city from a quaint, natural setting. My fiancé and I like this place so much, we got engaged here!