What to see in Brooklyn whether you’re a new tourist, a frequent visitor, or someone who has lived here all your life, taking one of the many tours available is a great way to see the sites of the city, offering up some fun and interesting things to see in Brooklyn. Try one of these unique Brooklyn tours:

Get Up and Ride Bike Tours –Enjoy a fun and interactive bicycle tour through Brooklyn’s most charismatic and unique waterfront neighborhoods. Start the journey at McCarren Park and ride through Greenpoint, Williamsburg, Downtown Brooklyn, Brooklyn Heights, and the Dumbo neighborhood. Frequent stops along the way showcase beautiful parks, local art, fascinating history, plus great food, the Brooklyn Navy Yard, Dekalb Market, and the Promenade. The tour ends with a ferry ride on the East River back to Williamsburg. (646).801.BIKE (2453) A
Slice of Brooklyn Pizza Tour – Pizza in true New York style! Enjoy pizza and Brooklyn from one end to the other all by bus. The tour leaves from Manhattan and covers the award-winning Sicilian style pizza at Grimaldi’s under the Brooklyn Bridge, as well as the legendary Sicilian-style pizza at L&B Spumoni Gardens in Bensonhurst. You’ll get pizza, soft drinks, and an audio-visual presentation of Brooklyn’s unique neighborhoods, parks, and famous movie locations such as Saturday Night Fever, Scent of a Woman, and more.

Urban Oyster Tours– Take a theme-based tour centered on what you want to see! Into beer? Try a beer tour where you can check out local breweries and pubs. Like to know all about the street food carts? You can see that too. Fascinated with shipbuilding history? Urban Oyster Tours aims to show you that too. Their tours all strive to promote a deeper sense of appreciation for local business, history, diversity, and sustainability in New York communities. (347) 618.TOUR (8687)

Inside Out Tours – If you like sites that are “off-the-beaten path,” you love Inside Out Tours. They offer cultural exploration of New York by bus and on foot. Highlighted are establishments that locals enjoy, discovering the rich food, history, architecture, and culture of Brooklyn and all of NYC. Don’t simply observe sights at a distance. Meet actual locals and explore beautiful boutiques, savor the food, hear local music, and explore historically significant sites. (800).258.7359

A Tour Grows in Brooklyn –Offers a fun and educational walk around Brooklyn’s Park Slope & Prospect Park neighborhoods, the heart of Brownstone Brooklyn. The tour encompasses the historical, cultural, and architectural facets of the area. Walk along Brooklyn’s Fifth Avenue where chic boutiques line the street. Learn the history of the Williamsburg Bank, which is the borough’s tallest building. And visit the Old Stone House where George Washington’s troops battled the British in 1776 among other attractions. Included with your tour is lunch at a real Brooklyn pizzeria.(212).209.3370

The Heart of New York Culture Private Tours – Discover NYC history and culture you way and get your own private tour guide! Tours cover the Brooklyn brownstone neighborhoods, Midtown Manhattan, including the Broadway theater district, and even Greenwich Village, East and West. With 30+ years of experience promoting the arts in New York, with many “insider” stories, you’re sure to be fascinated by this unique tour option.(718).965.0486

Turnstile Tours – Turnstile Tours offers several dynamic tour experiences including a Brooklyn Navy Yard tour, Food Carts and Trucks tour, Public Markets tours, Family History Tours, and Church Tours. You can even customize a tour to your liking! Plus, when booking a tour, your helping supporting local non-profits, donating five percent of ticket sales to community-based and/or cultural initiatives.

Jewish Hassidic Walking Tours – Take a walk with Rabbi Epstein to learn about the Lubovitch sect during this intimate three-hour tour and lunch. Visit an eastern European style synagogue and observed the daily rituals of the men, a Mikvah (ritual cleansing bath) and learned of its importance to the religion, as well as a small teffillin workshop and learned about the various animal parts utilized with a kosher bent. (718).953.5244

Brooklyn Trolley Tours – Visit some of Brooklyn more famous – and not-so-famous — landmarks via a trolley from days past. Just some of the places you will see include the Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn Flea, Smorgasbord in Williamsburg, as well as the Dumbo neighborhood where you’ll get some of the most spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline. (917).725.1070

New York by Bike/Onion Apple Bike Tours – Taking a bicycling tour is the perfect way to see the city! You get a unique perspective of places like Harlem, The Bronx, Coney Island, Staten Island, and Queens. During the day trip you can also take a break, relax, and have a snack in front of the houseboats on the Hudson River with other stops along the way. Tours are available for groups of no more than 10 people. (718).388.2633