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Watch competing bridal parties pose at the g
Fountain while munching on farmers market specialties. Then cross the street to the main library. You will find the botanical garden and the museum up the hill on Flatbush Avenue. In other words, get off the bus.
This tree cannot compare to the Christmas tree in Rockefeller Center but it is the Brooklyn version.
The tree is located in the arch of the Grand Army Arch in Grand Army Plaza. It is nicely framed by the arch.
The arch is very large...More
Grand Army Plazs and Central Point of Honor to those who served.
One of the entrances to Prospect Park.
A Major Crossroads Traffic Circle in Brooklyn.
On Saturdays one of the Largest Green Markets in Brooklyn of farms from the tri state area. Diary, Seafood,...More
We went to the Labor Day Parade. If you never have, you must once in your life. After we kind of hung-out in the Grand Army Plaza as we were exhausted from walking. It's the best place to people watch and we were not disappointed...More
The Grand Army Plaza, according to the historic information, was built on the Long Island battle ground and the plaza was built as the entrance to Prospect Park in 1867. The Plaza was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux to separate the city...More
The Grand Army Plaza is a public square located at W. 59nd Street and 5th Avenue at the southeast corner of Central Park. This area has been a city square and public space since at least the middle of the 19th century. However, the plaza...More
Response from stuartled | Reviewed this property |
The Holiday Inn in downtown Brooklyn is only a 10 minute walk to Grand Army Plaza. It’s highly rated a comparatively inexpensive for New York prices. It’s located at 300 Schermerhorn St, Brooklyn, NY 11217.