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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
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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 (152)
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Reviewed yesterday
Fantastic Tour

A fascinating tour across the bridge and around Dumbo....over 2 hours walking but in New York that's fairly standard! The guide was brilliant and the tour flew by too quickly! Got some amazing photographs too!

Thank Mark J
Reviewed 3 days ago
Enjoyable!

Our guide Jonathan was knowledgeable, funny and entertaining, which made the tour even more enjoyable. We highly recommend this tour!

Thank Storyteller743464
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile
Don’t miss it!!!

We absolutely loved it! The view of the bridge is spectacular and the pace is just right. If you are worried children will struggle ... don’t. It is a reasonable walk and they are so distracted by the view that times flys by. Our kids...More

Thank Luisa B
Reviewed 1 week ago
LOVED our tour

My husband and I recently visited the city and partaked in a couple tours on our trip. Our tour guide Kevin was fantastic! He was very educated on the history of the Brooklyn bridge and DUMBO area. He also made us feel very welcomed and...More

2  Thank ktwraybs
Reviewed 2 weeks 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
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bobio5
19 October 2018|
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Response from Amanda H | Reviewed this property |
This tour is two and a half hours. Our guide Maddie, was really good. And knowledgeable about the history of the bridge and gave us plenty of opportunities to take photos, and at the end of the tour advise on where tomesf... More
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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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