Spend the rest of April brushing up on your Brooklyn history with a slate of virtual tours that explore the fascinating history of the borough.
It began in 1838 when longshoreman James Weeks purchased some Brooklyn land and built a home.
The love of cycling isn't a new thing in Brooklyn; in the 1890s, the borough was a biking hot spot.
You can pick up some new tidbits of fascinating borough history without leaving your home with a slate of virtual tours during the last full month of summer.
They are hard to miss on Brooklyn streetscapes, with their massive scale and fortress-like appearance.
His name may not be familiar to you, but developer William H. Reynolds shaped entire neighborhoods of Brooklyn, from Stuyvesant Heights to Coney Island.
You may not be able to hit the streets but you can still soak up some Brooklyn history with a special tour of the mansions and townhouses of a 19th century "Gold Coast" of Brooklyn.
The normally packed weekend of walking tours across the five boroughs can't happen as usual, but keeping a connection to the places that define our city is more important than ever, so Jane's Walk NYC will continue online.
Open your eyes to the feast of architectural styles ornamenting one historic street in Clinton Hill with a new walking tour from the Municipal Art Society.
While snow has been scarce this season perhaps it will arrive in time for an atmospheric stroll through Brooklyn's backyard next month.