Bushwick, a genuine open-air street art museum, and Williamsburg
100% hip tour of New York City’s underground culture
Hipsters have come straight out of California to bring a certain trendiness and life to some neighborhoods.
Step 1 : Street Art in Bushwick
Bushwick is a former industrial zone that’s become a real open-air street art museum. This ever-changing Brooklyn neighborhood is filled with beautiful murals, graffiti and tags – both commercial and purely decorative.
Step 2 : Not shabby but chic
Let’s go hunting around in the vintage markets and other concept stores and designers in the Williamsburg. Get ready for clothes and jewelery “made in Brooklyn”, ornaments and unusual souvenirs to be on the agenda.
Step 3 : A breathtaking view!
Only one subway station away from Manhattan and across the river, you’ll find one of the most beautiful views of the NY skyline.
Step 4 : Chocolate and Coffee – ‘Made in Brooklyn’
Hipsters have reinvented the market for artisan products – irresistible chocolate, delicious coffee, etc.
Step 5 : Vinyl comeback
Throw out your MP3s, CDs and Ipods, and let’s bring out the decks so we can spin some vinyl!
Two options to end the tour:
> Rooftop : Admire the superb Manhattan skyline while perched on a Brooklyn rooftop.
> The Other Side of the Bridge! You can take the NYC ferry at the end of the tour to Brooklyn Bridge. Cross over and admire the view of Wall Street.
Ideally we recommend 3.5hours in summer, but a reduced version of 2.5 hours in the winter, but we’re happy to personalize it for the time you wish to dedicate to this neighborhood.
This tour is available year round.
This tour is wheelchair accessible. Contact us for more details.