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Domino Park, Brooklyn

4.8
#8 of 23 in Parks in Brooklyn
Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Domino Park is a 5-acre (2.0 ha) public park in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York City. It spans a quarter mile along the East River near the Williamsburg Bridge, at the Domino Sugar Refinery site. Along the five-block riverside walk, various salvaged factory equipment is displayed, including four syrup collection tanks, that pay tribute to the history of the Domino Sugar Refinery.
The park was designed by James Corner Field Operations, which also designed the High Line, over the course of six years. Opened to the public in 2018, it is owned and operated by Two Trees Management, which spent roughly $50 million to construct it.
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  • Glad I was finally able to make it out there. I was able to get alternate-side street parking in the area on a nice Friday afternoon. The park itself is lovely. It is very well kept and clean. There.....  more »
  • We came here en route to a late dinner reservation nearly with time to kill. The park commands a breathtaking view of magnificent Manhattan skyline across the East River. The setting sun made this...  more »
  • Beautiful views of the NYC skyline and Statue of Liberty. Restaurants, food trucks, volleyball, bocci, picnic areas and walking paths. I just left and want to go back!  more »
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  • Beautiful area. Very well kept. Love the signs under some of the plants and trees that describes it. Really enjoyed learning about the live green in the park. But, would it be possible to add some real grass in addition to the fake green grass fields?
  • A beautiful park. I really love it. Very clean and well maintained. Accessible and offers breath taking views of Manhattan and the nearby Williamsburg bridge. There's an enclosed area dedicated specifically for pets, that is your dog. The lanes and pavements are well marked. Noticed personnel who made sure the park was always clean and tidy even during the winters they were there to scrap off the snow from the surface. The fact that this park was also the closest to where I stayed made it even more ideal for me. For me I think the view here is what made a really great impression on me. I totally recommend to anyone seeking a place to relax from, get a view and just have a piece of your mind. 🚴🦮🐕‍🦺🐩🛴🚲🌞
  • Loved this park! Amazing views, an interesting walkway, and loved that they repurposed a bunch of elements from the old sugar mill into sculptures. Was here in cold weather and it was pretty quiet. Can see it being a hot spot on warn summer days.
  • This is a two season park. Fall and Spring. In the summer it gets too hot and in the winter it gets too cold. Further more, there are lots of sharp edges around the play areas. My kids always hit themselves with something and then it's time to go. No many food options and the Taco place almost always runs out of food.
  • The Dog Run at Domino Park is a great place to bring your dogs! From time to time I run across a dog owner who feels annoyed to have dogs running and pushing and trying to be playful. 🙄 Well, got news for you, you are in a dog park! If don't feel comfortable then please leave. And also, whose brilliant idea is to bring toddlers and let then walk around the dog park? An accident waiting to happen! Please use common sense 🤷‍♂️

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