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There are plenty of opportunities to stop and smell the roses – including the Brooklyn Botanical Garden.
A quiet waterfront space in the industrial section of Sunset Park, Bush Terminal Piers Park offers spectacular views of the area’s tidal pools and the Bay Ridge Channel. Visitors to the park can enter at 43rd Street, and walk along the waterfront esplanade past the tide ponds and restored wetlands. The park also includes two multi-purpose soccer and baseball fields as well as a nature preserve that allows a fun glimpse into Brooklyn’s wild side.
Barclays Center is a multi-purpose indoor arena in Brooklyn, New York City. It hosts some of the area’s biggest events including concerts by big-name artists like Jay Z and the Rolling Stones. It is also home to the Brooklyn Nets and New York Islanders. The LIRR and many major subway lines stop there.
Brooklyn Crab is a homage to Maryland style crab shacks, and East Coast regional seafood specialties. Built on two decks overlooking the New York Harbor, Brooklyn Crab is a hub of year-round fun, games and food. It offers the freshest, and most sustainable whenever possible, seafood fare including buckets of crab and raw oysters while featuring outdoor seating and spectacular water views.
The 346,000-square-foot IKEA Brooklyn is located on 22 acres of waterfront in Red Hook, south of the BQE/Gowanus Expressway and southeast of the Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel. It offers 50 different room settings, three model home interiors, a supervised children’s play area, and a 450-seat restaurant – with views of the lower Manhattan skyline and Statue of Liberty.