Things to do to brooklyn

Hotel Le Bleu is nestled in Brooklyn's most treasured neighborhood, Park Slope, an urban oasis twenty minutes from Manhattan, near Coney Island and home to some of the most famous Brooklyn attractions. History buffs can trace back more than 400 years of constant reinvention, from the earliest settlement of Dutch farmers to the immigrant communities who gave us our most fantastic sights. The vivid blue lights of our Park Slope and Coney Island hotel now join the towering synagogues and iconic brownstones in the rich cultural landscape of Brooklyn.

Brooklyn Academy of Music

America's oldest continuously operated performing arts center. The Brooklyn Academy of Music features 3 fabulous venues: Howard Gilman Opera House, the Harvey Lichtenstein Theatre and the Rose Cinemas. Enjoy year-round dance, opera, theatre and music. Highlights include the Brooklyn Philharmonic Orchestra and the Next Wave Festival.
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Prospect Park

Enjoy a day of biking, boating, birding, sports or relaxation at the borough's most treasured park. This 585-acre oasis was built by the same architects behind Central Park in Manhattan and features a 60-acre lake, 90-acre Long Meadow (Brooklyn's last forest), the Prospect Park Zoo and the country's first urban Audubon Center. Visit during the summer for Celebrate Brooklyn music, dance and film events. Just six block away, hotel le bleu is the first choice in Prospect Park hotels.
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Barclays Center

Visit New York's newest multi-purpose indoor arena. Take in a pro-basketball game at the home of the Brooklyn Nets, or catch a more intimate show at the Cushman & Wakefield theater, the center's own venue within a venue. Be sure to reserve a table at 40/40 Club and Restaurant
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Brooklyn Botanic Garden

One of the most magnificent and treasured attractions in our Brooklyn neighborhood of Park Slope. The Garden is a 52-acre urban botanical resource featuring a world-class plant collection.
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Central Brooklyn Library

In many ways an invaluable national resource, the Brooklyn Historical Society now houses the most comprehensive library of Brooklyn's 400 year history. Visitors can enjoy the permanent exhibit featuring the history of African-American, white, Latino, Asian and Native American Brooklynites, from which one in seven Americans today descend.
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The Brooklyn Museum

A stunning Beaux Arts building near Prospect Park houses the Brooklyn Museum and a staggering collection of over 1.5 million objects. Highlights include Ancient Egyptian masterpieces, African art and 14th-17th century pieces spanning the globe. Audio and group tours are available. Make hotel le bleu your Park Slope hotel near Brooklyn Museum.
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Grand Army Plaza

Grand Army Plaza serves as both a majestic entrance to Prospect Park and as an edifying attraction in itself. Be sure to visit Bailey's Fountain, the John F. Kennedy monument and the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial, dedicated to defenders of the Union.
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The Old Stone House

This famous Dutch stone farmhouse was originally built in 1699 and has weaved its way through Brooklyn history. In 1776, it was used as an artillery position during the Battle of Brooklyn. Nearly 100 years later, it became the first clubhouse for Brooklyn's National Baseball League team, later known as the Brooklyn Dodgers. Today the house is a popular Brooklyn museum.
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Brooklyn Children's Museum

Founded in 1899, this is the world's first museum for children, forming the mold for dozens of institutions around the globe. Kids and parents enjoy innovative exhibits featuring hands-on activities, historical artifacts, animals, science, world culture and more.
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The Brooklyn Bridge

One of the most famous New York City landmarks, Brooklyn Bridge stretches 5,989 feet across the East River, connecting Brooklyn to Lower Manhattan. Guests browsing Brooklyn Bridge hotels will enjoy quick access from hotel le bleu to the bridge and all of New York City. Consider a walk along the elevated pedestrian path, providing spectacular views of Manhattan's downtown skyline.
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Brooklyn Cruise Terminal

Hundreds of thrilling cruise adventures start right here in Brooklyn every year. Hotel le bleu is one of the most convenient hotels near Brooklyn Cruise Terminal, located less than 2 miles away. Spend the evening in style with us the night before you embark.
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Park Slope

Park Slope is a neighborhood in northwest Brooklyn, New York City. Park Slope is roughly bounded by Prospect Park and Prospect Park West to the east, Fourth Avenue to the west, Flatbush Avenue to the north, and Prospect Expressway to the south.
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You'll find the most famous New York City attractions in Manhattan. Wall Street, South Street Market, Chinatown, Little Italy, East/West Village, Soho, Chelsea, the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, Times Square, Broadway, Central Park and much more are just a quick train ride away. The M, R, G and F trains stop is just a three-minute walk from our Park Slope hotel.
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New York CityPASS Ticket

The New York CityPASS program has collected the top must-see, must-do attractions and priced them 41% less than the same tickets purchased separately. And CityPASS ticket holders skip most main entrance ticket lines.
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