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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Saturday, Apr 30 1 hour before event ends $35.00 $2.74
Early Bird Ticket, Saturday, Apr 30 5 days before event ends $30.00 $2.49
Sunday, May 1 1 hour before event ends $35.00 $2.74
Early Bird Ticket, Sunday, May 1 5 days before event ends $30.00 $2.49
Sunday, May 8 1 hour before event ends $35.00 $2.74
Early Bird Ticket, Sunday May 8 5 days before event ends $30.00 $2.49

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Brooklyn's art, culture, and creativity has been part of the global zeitgeist for years. But what really happens here, in that industrial Gowanus warehouse or quirky Park Slope store front or cavernous Red Hook factory? 

If you’re interested in the artists behind the art and the craftspeople behind the craft, we’d love to show you what goes on in your own backyard. Tours visit over a half-dozen unique shops, museums, and experimental spaces, and include private talks, demos, and discounts at each. Along the way, you'll gain a deeper understanding of the history of these buildings, the realities of the people who keep them alive, and the future of those trends the New York Times loves to “discover.” Don’t worry, we’ll also feed you: there will be a waterfront snack break by Trough Catering midway through.

Tour stops may include:

$40 ticket price includes access to all venues and vegetarian snack break. A confirmation e-mail will include the start and end location of the tour, within the Gowanus/Red Hook area.

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Have questions about Brooklyn Spaces Bike Tours? Contact Oriana Leckert and Jonah Levy

When & Where


Royal Palms Shuffleboard
514 Union st
Brooklyn
New York, NY

Organizer

Oriana Leckert and Jonah Levy

Oriana is a writer, editor, and cultural hipstorian [sic] who is kind of obsessed with Brooklyn. She is the author of "Brooklyn Spaces: 50 Hubs of Culture & Creativity" (Monacelli, 2015) and creatrix of the website of the same name. She is the events editor at both Brokelyn and Greenpointers, and her writing has appeared on Slate, Atlas Obscura, Matador, Hyperallergic, Curbed, Brooklyn Based, and more.

Jonah received his New York City tour guide license age 19 and started working for his family tour company, Levys’ Unique New York, incorporating his history of performance and behind-the-scenes theater experience into the role of the tour guide. In 2011 he began to pursue a career in arts administration and has since performed as the Project Director for the Center for the Holographic Arts, Assistant Director for the (un)SCENE and Co-Producer of Everyhere Logistics, an ephemeral series of interactive pop-up art installations in the backs of box trucks.

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