Discover the exciting history of the construction of the Brooklyn Bridge and get the best views of the city from DUMBO!
Things to do Brooklyn Bridge and DUMBO Tour
Have you always dreamed of contemplating the best Skyline in the city? Are you one of those who walk without letting go of the camera looking for the best snapshot? On our Brooklyn Bridge and Dumbo tour we will cross the Brooklyn Bridge and learn about the incredible history of its construction. In the 19th century, a German engineer by the name John Roebling had a challenge of raising the longest suspension bridge in the world. Was Roebling able to carry out a project of this magnitude? Has the bridge undergone reconstruction since then?
We will walk through DUMBO, show you the places where to take the best pictures and will contemplate the Manhattan Bridge from one of its most iconic perspectives.
We will finish the tour to see the sunset, and of course, you will take home as a souvenir the best views of the city’s skyscrapers from a unique place. You cannot miss this emblematic route in New York!
Highlights to see in Brooklyn Bridge and DUMBO Tour
Puente de Manhattan
Brooklyn Bridge Park
2 hours 30 minutes
Guide in Spanish and English
Over 13 years old: 25.00 €
0-13 years old: free
Availability and starting time
15:00 - Tuesday and Thursday
When to book?
You can reserve up to before the activity
Cancel free up to 2 days before the activity and receive a full refund.
At the access door to the “Oculus” transport station, at the World Trade Center, 50 Church St. We will be at the meeting point waiting with a turquoise umbrella.
How to book?
Limited availability. Book as soon as possible to guarantee availability. Choose date and fill in the required fields. Secure and protected payment. You will immediately receive your booking confirmation.
Super safe route! COVID-19 efforts
Our route takes the recommendations and key considerations of security and protection against Coronavirus.
Is the interior of the monuments visited?
Only the exterior of the named sites
Is the tour adapted for people with reduced mobility?