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Manhattan to Brooklyn NYC Walking Tour: Brooklyn Bridge and Dumbo

From US$35,00
Highlights
  • Experience a famous landmark up close on this Brooklyn Bridge walk
  • Learn about the bridge’s history from your guide
  • Take in the restaurants and galleries in Brooklyn’s artsy DUMBO neighborhood
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Manhattan to Brooklyn NYC Walking Tour: Brooklyn Bridge and Dumbo
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Walking tour from Manhattan to Brooklyn over the Brooklyn Bridge
US$35,00
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Overview

On this tour of the Brooklyn Bridge, one of New York’s most recognizable landmarks, you experience the bridge first-hand by crossing it from Manhattan to Brooklyn. As you walk across it, learn from your guide about its history and admire the views overlooking the New York Harbor. Once you reach Brooklyn, the tour continues with a stroll around DUMBO, a trendy artist enclave.

What to Expect

This morning tour begins in front of the Tweed Courthouse in Lower Manhattan, a historical landmark in its own right. Meet your guide and set off on foot for the Brooklyn Bridge.

One of New York’s best-known landmarks, and one of the oldest bridges of its kind in the US, the Brooklyn Bridge is beloved by both locals and visitors. Learn about its rich history from your guide as you enjoy a relaxing stroll across the 1.1-mile (1.8-kilometer) bridge. From the bridge, you can see the Statue of Liberty, Williamsburg Bridge, Empire State Building, and more.

Upon arrival in Brooklyn, the tour continues with a stroll around DUMBO. This neighborhood is known for its art galleries, shops, and restaurants. Head to Jacques Torres Chocolate for sweet treats (own expense), and continue to Brooklyn Bridge Park—with waterfront views—where the tour ends.

Reviews (146)
1 - 5 of 69 reviews
Reviewed 6 days ago
Great tour!

Kevin L. was an outstanding tour guide. He had a wealth of information about the history of the building nearby and the Brooklyn Bridge. Plus he knew exactly what was on our minds in terms of pictures on the bridge, getting hungry for lunch, etc....More

Thank Quest46606
Reviewed 1 week ago
Beautiful Brooklyn

We found the tour to be interesting and the tour guide to be pleasant, friendly and informative. The tour is quite long and the pace was fairly relaxed with frequent stops for the guide to impart information and for photo opportunities. All in all this...More

Thank Davina25
Reviewed 1 week ago
Brooklyn in the sun!

We really enjoyed this tour! Our guide was Kevin. A really nice guy with a good sense of humour. Knows a lot of the Brooklyn Bridge and NY in general. Was open to extra questions and had guided us to some good bars and restaurants....More

Thank JudithB1842
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Fun in the sun

My wife & I did the Brooklyn Bridge & Dumbo walking tour on Saturday 29/9, with Kevin our guide & thoroughly enjoyed it. Kevin was knowledgeable, the tour was nicely paced & he provided some helpful tips & hints at the end of the tour....More

2  Thank Phil-Joel
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Brilliant!

John is a great guide. His knowledge of the bridge and Dumbo area is phenomenal. His delivery has a comedic bent to it that keeps the guests on their toes and interested in what he’s saying. This is an important tour to give visitors an...More

Thank Michael R
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Margie G
9 October 2018|
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Response from Davina25 | Reviewed this property |
I’m afraid not the tour starts at 11am and it would be difficult to catch up.
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MikeBOPKS
24 July 2018|
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Response from Brenda R | Reviewed this property |
The tour finishes in the Dumbo area of Brooklyn. That is a long way from Yankee Stadium. Depending on what time the game starts, you might be able to do it, but it will take a while to get to the stadium. I don't think I... More
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Deborah M
19 July 2018|
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Response from Deborah M |
walk over the Brooklyn Bridge and you can walk to seaport, uber, cab, subway
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