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  • 1. Afropunk Fest

    Fort Greene | Arts/Performance Venue

    This annual multicultural fete brings artists like Macy Gray, D'Angelo, Big Freedia, and Chuck D to an urban park near the Brooklyn Navy Yard...Read More

  • 2. Celebrate Brooklyn!

    Prospect Park | Arts/Performance Venue

    New York City’s longest-running summer outdoor performance festival began in 1979 and remains a top-notch crowd-pleaser with its diverse roster...Read More

  • 3. Mermaid Parade

    Coney Island | Local Interest–Sight

    Plan a trip to Coney Island in mid to late June for the neighborhood's biggest event of the year, and you'll without a doubt have something...Read More

  • 4. Park Slope House Tour

    Park Slope | Tour–Sight

    For nearly 60 years, the annual Park Slope house tour has offered a glimpse inside beautiful private family homes. The self-guided, ticketed...Read More

  • 5. Prospect Park

    Prospect Park | Zoo/Aquarium

    Brooklyn residents are passionate about Prospect Park, and with good reason: lush green spaces, gently curved walkways, summer concerts, vivid...Read More

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  • 6. Atlantic Antic

    Local Interest–Sight

    Food, music, and a lot of fun are the features of this gigantic yearly party that closes down Atlantic Avenue from 4th Avenue to the waterfront...Read More

  • 7. Bastille Day

    Carroll Gardens | Local Interest–Sight

    The French equivalent of the Fourth of July, Bastille Day is celebrated annually on Smith Street on a Sunday in July that falls closest to July...Read More

  • 8. Brooklyn Banya

    Bath/Hot Spring

    Head to this small Russian bathhouse for a healthful, social experience quite different from the typical modern spa. There are pools and saunas...Read More

  • 9. Brooklyn Book Festival

    Local Interest–Sight

    National and international stars of the book world headline talks and readings at the largest free literary event in New York City, started...Read More

  • 10. Brooklyn College

    Educational Institution

    The original Georgian-style buildings, elm tree–lined main quad, and lily pond of Brooklyn College were built in the 1930s, and today film and...Read More

  • 11. Bushwick Open Studios

    Bushwick | Arts/Performance Venue

    The volunteer-run organization Arts in Bushwick puts together festivals and activities throughout the year. The main event, Bushwick Open Studios...Read More

  • 12. Cacao Prieto and Widow Jane

    Red Hook | Winery/Brewery/Distillery

    Blending two very worthwhile pursuits, this redbrick building does double duty as both a chocolate factory (Cacao Prieto) and a liquor distillery...Read More

  • 13. Comandante Biggie Mural

    Fort Greene | Local Interest–Sight

    On the South Portland Avenue side of a corner lot nicknamed the Brooklyn Love Building, graffiti artist Cern One, with Jorge Garcia and Lee...Read More

  • 14. Moore Street area street art

    Local Interest–Sight

    Bushwick and East Williamsburg have become synonymous with street art, and there are some impressive, constantly changing murals over by Roberta...Read More

  • 15. Northside Festival

    Williamsburg | Local Interest–Sight

    North Brooklyn’s largest festival for music, film, and innovation comes alive for one week every June. Organized by Northside Media (the people...Read More

  • 16. Prospect Park Audubon Center

    Prospect Park | Park/Playground

    Built in 1904 and styled after the grand 16th-century National Library of St. Mark's, in Venice, the center sits opposite the Lullwater Bridge...Read More

  • 17. Red Hook Flicks

    Red Hook | Local Interest–Sight

    This weekly summer movie series runs through July and August at the Louis Valentino Jr. Park & Pier. Films are projected against a warehouse...Read More

  • 18. St. Mary Star of the Sea

    Carroll Gardens | Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    One of the oldest operating Catholic churches in Brooklyn, the neo-Gothic St. Mary Star of the Sea opened in 1855 and once had a clear view...Read More

  • 19. SummerScreen

    Local Interest–Sight

    Every summer, New York City’s parks become enormous outdoor movie theaters, and McCarren Park in Williamsburg is no exception. Presented by...Read More

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