Memories of Ebbets Field in Brooklyn

Ebbets Field was the home of the Brooklyn Dodgers from 1913 to 1957. It was named after Charles Ebbets who started out as a ticket taker for the team and eventually became its owner. Ebbets began purchasing land in 1905, 1,200 parcels in total, before having enough land to construct a ballpark in 1912

Photos of Brooklyn Celebrities When They Were Young

Here are a few awesome photos of Brooklyn-born celebrities when they were kids. Some are recognizable and some aren't, but either way get ready to say, "Awwwww". Do you recognize these Brooklyn celebrities when they were kids?   Barbra Streisand Babs once said, "I'm so proud to have been born in Brooklyn". She went to Jewish Orthodox

Who’s Excited for Spring in Brooklyn?

After a long Winter there's nothing like seeing those first signs of Spring. And with the weather we've been having lately, we thought it would be nice to take a peek at what we have to look forward to! Like Robin Williams said, "Spring is nature's way of saying, 'Let's Party!'" This is how we

History of the Egg Cream

Have you ever had an authentic Brooklyn egg cream? If you haven't then you're missing out on one of life's greatest experiences. The only way to describe it is heaven in a glass. If you've had an egg cream then you know! Think back to your childhood and imagine drinking an ice cream soda,

9 of the Most Beautiful Photos from Brooklyn You’ll Ever See

You probably recognize this iconic view of the Manhattan Bridge in DUMBO with the Empire State Building peeking through. It's the most Instagrammed spot in NYC.   How about this gorgeous location, The Boathouse in Prospect Park?   Jane's Carousel in Brooklyn Bridge Park has magnificent views in every direction. Whether you're in Park Slope or

Say Hi to the Best Tour Guides in NYC!

If you've been on any of our tours then you know we have, hands down, THE BEST tour guides in NYC! Whether it's Tony, Paula, Marc, Angela, Bruce or Rusty, you're in store for a great time on the bus. Today we celebrate International Tourist Guide Day. It's a day to raise public awareness that tour guides are cultural

Even More Ways Brooklyn Ruins You For Life

There are some facts you can't argue: The Earth is round. The sky is blue. And visiting Brooklyn will ruin you for life. It's true! Once you visit Brooklyn you will never be the same. From the pizza to the unique neighborhoods, you might never want to go home. What's not to love about Brooklyn? You've heard

13 Fun Facts About Pizza

It's safe to say that everyone loves pizza because it's the PERFECT food: -It tastes like heaven. -You don't need to use plates. -You can top it with anything you want. -It can be delivered to your house. -You can eat it hot or cold. -You can even center your whole afternoon around the Original

6 Romantic Things To Do in Brooklyn on Valentine’s Day

There's no denying that Brooklyn is one of the most romantic places in the world. So here are just a few romantic ways to spend your Valentine's Day in Brooklyn with the one you love. Take a stroll in Brooklyn Bridge Park and ride Jane's Carousel. There's nothing more romantic than taking

16 of the Best Vince Lombardi Quotes Ever

Brooklynite Vince Lombardi is a legend. He is best known for coaching the Green Bay Packers to five championships in seven years. The Super Bowl trophy is named in his honor. And most importantly - he grew up in Brooklyn! Sheepshead Bay to be exact. Lombardi is arguably the most quotable coach in history. So