For some it may be hard to imagine a time when Prospect Park wasn't a beautiful green oasis in the midst of the borough.
The free family-friendly event takes place in the park this weekend with a spooky pathway curving through Lookout Hill.
A small valley in Prospect Park is alive with sound and movement -- the squeaking of thousands of whirling pinwheels installed as part of the Connective Project, a temporary art installation in the Rose Garden.
One of Prospect Park's oldest structures, the Wellhouse, has been restored and is now open to the public.
Selling fun and crafty items from Brooklyn and beyond, the temporary store joins a growing list of shops at City Point.
Prospect Park is in the midst of its 150th anniversary celebration, and the landmark year for the park will see planning for the restoration of the park's Rose Garden.
You don't have to leave the borough's borders to have a fun day on the farm this weekend.
In celebration of the traditional day of springtime festivities we take a look at past May Day celebrations in Prospect Park
Relive the days when you swung with abandon and dug enthusiastically in sandboxes with a glance through vintage photos of kids at play.
It is hard to imagine today when the tree shaded pathways and groves of Prospect Park seem to have always existed, but the bucolic landscape was a carefully planned, massive undertaking.