IN THE PARK
Skate on a world-class roller and inline skating rink with a waterfront view and a top 40 soundtrack. Skate rental available.
To ensure socially distanced skating, limited amount tickets must be purchased online in advance. Tickets will be available to purchase one week prior.
Sessions are 2 hour each. Make a day of it with playgrounds, food and more throughout gorgeous Brooklyn Bridge Park.
This expansive park has great attractions and a gorgeous only-in-NYC view. Explore refurbished piers, most of which host playgrounds (our favorites are at Pier 6 including giant Slide Mountain, Sandbox Village, Swing Valley and the splashy Water Lab). Play in the sand and admire tide pools at Pier 4 Beach (no swimming/wading). Roller skate Wednesday-Sunday at Pier 2.
Ride exquisitely carved horses (and two chariots) on this charming carousel with a view, created in 1922 in Ohio and recently restored and relocated to the edge of the East River. The carousel is covered, but the line to enter is entirely outdoors. Some horses will be unavailable due to social distancing.
See our guide to playgrounds, food, roller skating & more in Brooklyn Bridge Park.
Make a free reservation for a 20-minute slot to view a new bronze statue of late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg bronze statue be unveiled at City Point by GillieandMarcArt.
Glide along the East River on kayaks from the volunteer-run Brooklyn Bridge Park Boathouse (Pier 4 Beach). All levels welcome. Advanced registration required. Kids under 14 must ride in a double kayak with an adult except on Sundays from 12 pm to 2:30 pm when kids age 7 or older can paddle alone (as long as a guardian is present).
New slots open two weeks in advance every Wednesday & Thursday at 5 pm, Saturday at 10 am, and Sunday at 12 pm.
See our guide to Brooklyn Bridge Park.
Celebrate National Pollinators week with a Pier 6 pollinators scavenger hunt. Search for animals that help pollinate plants in the park and some of the flowers currently in bloom.
Sop by a prize table at Pier 6 and share your completed hunt with the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy.
See our guide to Brooklyn Bridge Park for more activities.
Sample some of the best NYC food: fluffy pancakes from the venerable Clinton Street Baking Co., thin-crust pizza from Patsy Grimaldi’s Juliana’s, Middle Eastern bites from Miss Ada, fried chicken from Jacob’s Pickles, Japanese comfort food from Bessou, cookie dough scoops from DŌ and more amazing eateries—all cherry-picked by Time Out New York. 21,000 delicious…
The Archway under the Manhattan Bridge in DUMBO comes alive with music, dance and art from diverse local artist. Groove to a range of genres and create collaborative art pieces with DUMBO-based artists. Dine al fresco with the many take-out food options.
The Brooklyn Public Library, Adams Street Branch will offer activities specifically for…
Watch open rehearsals of Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy’s Open Studios Artists-in-Residence, Fogo Azul NYC and Oyu Oro Experimental Afro-Cuban Dance Ensemble. Open-air working rehearsals by both groups take place at Harbor View Lawn every other Sunday, beginning April 18 and culminating on July 11 performances of their original work developed during their residency. The public…