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Discover Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Everyone can find their new favorite things to do in Brooklyn's Williamsburg neighborhood, from entertainment and arts to local foods that celebrate diversity. A mecca for live music, alternative comedy, vintage clothing shops, craft breweries and eateries, beautiful green spaces and parks, and unique venues and activities—Williamsburg has it all.

Check out our favorite Brooklyn attractions and don't forget to ask our concierge for local tips on more interesting things to do during your stay.

East River Ferry in Brooklyn, New York

East River Ferry

It’s a fantastic way to see the city and get where you need to go, connecting you to Midtown Manhattan and beyond. Experience a gorgeous perspective of New York’s stunning skyline while making your way to your next spectacular attraction.
Domino Park in Brooklyn, New York

Domino Park

Named for the historic Domino Sugar Factory, this waterfront park in Williamsburg spans five acres and offers breathtaking views of the NYC skyline. Following along the East River for a quarter mile near the Williamsburg Bridge, Domino Park is an urban escape for walking, running, biking, and sightseeing.
Brooklyn Bowl in Brooklyn, New York

Brooklyn Bowl

For those who can't get enough of bowling, you're certain to be thrilled by this amazing place. It offers high-tech lanes and live music to get you in the game. Bring your competitive focus for a fun time!
Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, New York

Music Hall of Williamsburg

Like music? Then you'll love this incredibly popular venue during your stay. The triple-tiered club has three bars and presents  local and national live music acts to keep you in high spirits.
MoMA PS 1 in New York


Dedicated entirely to contemporary art, this wonderful museum is one of the nation's largest art institutions. Make sure to stop by and see how art can challenge you to think in a whole new way.
Bedford Avenue in Brooklyn, New York

Bedford Avenue

Discover an eclectic mix of shopping and dining along Williamsburg's main thoroughfare. You won't find cheesy souvenirs - though we love those too! Think vintage clothing, quirky boutique shops, fine dining, and old-fashioned neighborhood bars and restaurants that have stood the test of time.
Smorgasburg of Brooklyn, New York


Considered the country's biggest weekly, open-air food market, Smorgasburg has dozens of wonderful vendors with many different products to offer. Browse around and enjoy the terrific city views.
Barlcays Center in Brooklyn, New York

Barlcays Center

Barclays Center is an iconic indoor arena in NYC, and serves as the home to Brooklyn Nets and the New York Liberty of the Women's National Basketball Association. Host to sold out concerts, championship boxing, college basketball, and plenty of other events. Gotta check out the next event here.