Founded in 1910 by the Olmsted brothers, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden is famous for the variety of its plants and gardens such as the Cranford Rose Garden and the Japanese Hill-and-Pond Garden.
Inaugurated in May 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge, connecting the island of Manhattan to the Brooklyn district, was for many years the world’s longest suspension bridge and the first steel-constructed bridge.
Created in April 2008, the Brooklyn Flea Market has become one of New York’s main attractions.
Once the largest old port in America and the rundown neighbourhood where Al Capone cut his teeth, Red Hook has evolved into a trendy neighbourhood inhabited by artists.
At the bottom of the Brooklyn Bridge, on the banks of the East River, a carrousel dating from 1922, created by Jean Nouvel, has been encapsulated in a glass box.
The Erie Basin boutique specialises in vintage jewellery and antiques.
Located in Williamsburg, Juliette is a bistro which serves wonderful dishes and cocktails. Its classic, elegant décor is in the style of a traditional Parisian café.
Peter Luger emblem exists since 1887. In Brooklyn district, the Peter Luger Steak House is one of the most famous “Steak house” in New York.