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Brooklyn Navy Yard BLDG 92

63 Flushing Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11205
+1 718-907-5992
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63 Flushing Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11205
+1 718-907-5992
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Reviewed 13 September 2017

Brooklyn Navy Yard, former home to some of the largest dry docks for shipbuilding and ship repairs in the US, is now open to the public for viewing. Building 92, now refurbished, houses a museum, coffee shop (excellent), and info desk so visitors may come...More

Thank tgaann
Reviewed 27 August 2017

And I was there when they launched their first re-Grand opening ship in the 60's. If you want to see our history first hand, you have to go. It is a little out of the way, but I have personal ties...

Thank Bgaber1498
Reviewed 14 May 2017 via mobile

We explored the museum on a rainy Saturday afternoon. It was quiet, clean and rich with history. Staff was friendly. Great museum to visit if you're interested in the naval history, plus it's free!

Thank Ashley Y
Reviewed 11 May 2017

This is a great spot to learn about the history of the Navy Yard as well as seeing what is happening today. This place is now home to a multitude of artisans and creative makers! What a transition from yesterday to today! They sell cool...More

Thank Lou G
Reviewed 6 May 2017

I had a conference at this facility and it was very nice, good, modern office building. All entrances were gated, we needed badges to get in. VERY large Navy Yard, totally cool concept of revitalization.

1  Thank AnnieMF
Reviewed 1 May 2017 via mobile

We had a bit of time to kill before our tour at the nearby distillery so we stopped in as visiting the museum is free. The museum is well laid out and provides an in depth history of the evolution of the Brooklyn Navy Yard...More

Thank Michele P
Reviewed 26 April 2017

Both the museum and the tour are very interesting. To get a good look at the normally closed off Navy Yard you have to take a tour. I took the 'Past, Present and Future tour' on the Brooklyn Navy Yard and enjoyed it very much....More

Thank TravelmaNL
Reviewed 24 April 2017 via mobile

The building itself is full of surprises. From the retrofits that make it very sustainable, to the 3 floors of exhibits, detailing the history of the navy yard, of the people who worked (and in many case suffered and died) in it, and very interestingly,...More

Thank Nolinice
Reviewed 22 April 2017

Andrew Gustafson of Turnstile Tours was terrific from the moment I called to inquire about tours to the end of our experience! The cafe is a great place to start where Sam accomodated our picnic lunch and made us creamy cappuccinos. We explored the Museum,...More

Thank nrfunke
Reviewed 14 April 2017

Went here with my book club... we had read the book Brooklyn and this was a tie in... our tour was very interesting, organized and well done.. I found it particularly interesting as my uncle was stationed here during WWII and my mom and my...More

3  Thank chocolattez
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