It's a subtle new addition to Prospect Park, but it's got a bit of history to tell.
Step into the summer season by getting outside this weekend to explore Brooklyn's natural beauty with a guided tour.
The small wooden structure could easily be mistaken for an old carousel ticket stand or Prospect Park information booth.
If you are a Prospect Park aficionado and think you know all fascinating history behind the 151-year-old park, an upcoming history hunt will give you a chance to put that knowledge to the test.
To celebrate another warm weather season in Brooklyn's backyard, the Prospect Park Alliance is hosting a packed weekend of activities.
Bring a picnic, don a fancy topper and celebrate in Brooklyn's back yard.
If you were wandering along the lake in Prospect Park in 1932 and enjoying the scenic vista unfolding around you, your eyes may have alighted on an incongruous sight, the iconic silhouette of George Washington's Virginia home.
If the Winter Olympics have you dreaming of schussing or spinning, perhaps these vintage images of Brooklynites getting their game on in Prospect Park will give you some inspiration.
At first glance, casual strollers may not realize they are walking underneath something quite unusual in Prospect Park.
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.