Take in some fresh air and exercise this weekend while testing your knowledge of the city with a slew of touring possibilities.
Get out into the borough with multiple tours exploring history and transformation in Brooklyn neighborhoods.
While Downtown Brooklyn is now a bustling commercial center, it was once a hotbed of abolitionist activity, inhabited by activists who were fighting for a better future.
Breathe in the crisp air and soak in a bit of knowledge with a walk past the architectural wonders of Crown Heights North this weekend with a tour from the Municipal Art Society.
It's a looming prescence on Brooklyn's waterfront, but how much do you really know about the Brooklyn Army Terminal?
The area is awash in revival styles from Renaissance to Colonial by some of Brooklyn’s most prolific architects.
Put on your walking shoes and get ready to explore the city, there's a whole weekend of free walking tours this month that plan to show even the most seasoned New Yorkers something new about their city.
“Black History in Downtown Brooklyn” delves into the lives of African Americans who settled in Dumbo and Downtown Brooklyn in the mid 19th century.
An upcoming walking tour with the Municipal Arts Society of New York will give you a chance to explore the history, art and architecture of Bed Stuy with some experts on the area.
Learn more about the history and architecture of this significant commercial corridor with a walking tour through a stretch of the avenue from Boerum Hill to Brooklyn Heights.