Brooklyn Bridge Park
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Building names(s): Jane’s Carousel
Architect/Designer: Jean Nouvel
Completion date: 2011
Winter opening hours: 11am – 6pm, Thursday-Sunday
Summeropening hours: 11am – 7pm, Wednesday-Sunday
(Spring/Summer hours resume on April 6, 2012)
Special Introductory Offer: 12 tickets for $20. Group rates available
Children age 3 and younger and those under 42” tall may ride free if accompanied by a paying adult.
F Train to York Street
Make a right when exiting the train station. Walk 1 block down Jay Street to Front Street. Turn left, walk 3 blocks to Main Street. Turn right and walk 2 blocks to the park entrance at the river. The Carousel will be visible from the Park entrance.
A/C to High Street
If you are coming from Manhattan, exit at the rear of the train. Walk downhill on Cadman Plaza West (which becomes Old Fulton Street) to the river. Walk 1 block right on Water Street and left on Dock Street into the Park.
2/3 to Clark Street
Exit the station elevator and make a left onto Henry Street. Walk down Henry Street and turn left on Old Fulton Street. Continue downhill to the river and turn right on Water Street. Walk 1 block to the Park entrance at Dock Street into the Park.
If you have time, it’s a thrilling walk over the Brooklyn Bridge from lower Manhattan to the Carousel. Take the footpath over the Bridge which exits on to Washington Street. Walk down the hill, toward the river on Washington Street to Front Street. Turn left on Front Street, walk 1 block to Main Street and turn right. Continue 2 blocks on Main Street to the park entrance at the river. The Carousel will be visible from the Park entrance.
The ferry is a fun way to go to the Carousel from Manhattan or other riverfront neighborhoods. Find the schedule and information from The East River Ferry Service.