New York, the city where people make their dreams, or so they say. New York is a very fast-paced city with so much to do and explore. It is quite vast and diverse that given five lifetimes, you might not fully experience everything. Brooklyn especially is rich in history that is worth checking out. If you’re visiting for tourism purposes, the city has some of the best hotels for you such as The Condor which ideally is part of the adventure. You must stay in a place that is strategically located to enable you to get around quickly. Here are some of the significant places you must visit and experience during your visit.
Constructed in 1883, it was for purposes of connecting Manhattan to Brooklyn Heights. On top of being the longest suspension bridge, it is a historic site which inspires a grandiose sight to the New York Skyline. No way can you visit this magnificent city without taking a walk and also some photos for your Instagram feed on this bridge.
It is the third-largest museum in the whole of New York. It rests on the farthest end of Prospect Park housed in Beaux-Arts building since 1897. It is 1.5 million representations of different forms of art. Pieces that stand out from the Gallery’s collection includes Dennis Hopper’s paintings and some spectacular Egyptian artifacts.
Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Need to take a walk from chilling in your room at The Condor? The botanic garden is the best place to do so. It is a quiet and serene place to take a walk and do some self-reflection. The garden, which is next to the Prospect Park and Brooklyn Museum features a myriad of flora spreading over 52 acres. They host various events, such as the Sakura Matsuri Festival.
Shopping at the Brooklyn Flea
If you’re a lover of the vintage style, then Brooklyn Flea is a place you will love. They have quality merchandise, from clothing to furniture. Whether just window shopping or buying, it is in itself quite a sight to see.
Pizza and Art in Dumbo
Dumbo is a trendy arty hot spot that was once an industrial neighborhood. It is home to some big neighborhood art shows. Once you walk the Brooklyn Bridge, it is the first neighborhood you come across. What’s more, is that the famous Pizzeria Grimaldi’s is here and trust me, you do not want to miss out on their fantastic pizza Brooklyn is home to so much culture, music, art, and history that one trip is not going to be enough. Lucky enough, you can always count on The Condor to have your room prepared on request.