Williamsburg Brooklyn Tour
Its once abandoned waterfront is now filled with newly constructed condo towers and magnificent parks and stunning views of Manhattan. Known today as the hipster capital of the United States, Williamsburg is so much more than that, containing enclaves of Puerto Ricans, Polish, Italians, Dominicans and Hasidic Jews. In a city with an unmatched ethnic diversity, Williamsburg is a standout.
Join Free Tours by Foot on this Williamsburg Brooklyn tour as we take it to the BK and explore one of New York’s hippest neighborhoods in flux and introduce you to the art, the restaurants, the watering holes, and most importantly, the people of Williamsburg.
Sights you will see on the Williamsburg Brooklyn Tour:
- Russian Orthodox Church (featured on Seinfeld)
- East River State Park for stunning views of the Manhattan Skyline
- Williamsburg Bridge
- Peter Luger’s Steakhouse
- Brooklyn Brewery
- Wythe Hotel
- Brooklyn Bowl
- Hasid Satmar District of Williamsburg*
- Williamsburg Savings Bank*
*Due to the location and private nature of this part of the neighborhood, these two sites are optional for after our walking tour.
Where: Tour begins outside the Dunkin’ Donuts (map) on the corner of Bedford Ave. and North 7th St. across from the Subway station.
Duration: Approximately 2 hours. Tour distance is approximately 1.5 miles (2K)
When: Public tour will return in the summer. View our Calendar
Cost: This tour is free to take, and you get to decide what, if anything, the tour was worth when it’s done. A name-your-own-price tour is a tour for anyone’s budget.