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Brooklyn Bridge Park

Opening Hours: Daily, 6–1am
Address: 1 Water St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
What’s on View: Opening April 30, 2024: Huma Bhabha: Before The End

Getting There

Entrances: There are several accessible entrances along Furman St and Water St. Enter Empire Fulton Ferry lawn via New Dock St and Water St, as well as Dock St and Water St.
Subways: A, C to High Street; F to York Street; 2, 3 to Clark Street; R to Court Street; 4, 5 to Borough Hall.
Buses: B25 to Fulton Ferry Landing; B67 to Jay Street & York Street.
Ferry: Ferry landings at Pier 1 and Pier 6 serviced by the NYC Ferry, New York Water Taxi, and Governors Island Ferry, all of which are accessible.
Parking: Limited metered spaces are available in the parking lot on Furman Street near Pier 2. Paid parking lots are available at under Squibb Bridge and at Pier 6, located on the south side of 360 Furman Street.

Site Features

Free Wi-Fi? No
Touch allowed? Yes
“Picnic friendly”? Yes
Restrooms? Yes. Restrooms are located at Pier 2, Pier 5 Boathouse, Pier 6 Fornino, Pier 6 Quay Tower, Squibb Park, Education Center at Main Street, and in Empire Stores.
Wheelchair Accessible? Yes. All park entrances and pathways are accessible. All lawns have accessible entrances at grade.
Service Animals? Yes
Pets? Yes. On park promenade and pathways only. Must be leashed at all times.

Additional Notes

Access to Artwork: The artwork/s can be experienced during all opening hours.

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