3218 Emmons Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11235
Phone: (718) 368-3334
Fax: (718) 368-3963
3218 Emmons Ave, Brooklyn, NY, US, 11235
- Téléphone : (718) 368-3334
- Télécopie : (718) 368-3963
Salles de spectacles
Features critically-acclaimed films, alternative productions, restored classics and first-run foreign movies.
Located within the Kingsborough Community College in New York, is the famous Leon M. Goldstein Performing Arts Center. This beautiful arts center is well-equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, brilliant lighting and sound. Red dominates the interiors with red seating and a darker shade making up the ceiling. The ambiance is classy and it definitely makes for a great venue to watch a play or a dance performance.
The Aviator Sports and Events Center has two league size ice rinks, one for hockey and one for skating. Frequented by families from nearby areas, this center sees a lot of activity whenever it's open. Admission rates are affordable, while skate rentals also do not cost much. They also have lockers to safeguard your belongings, however make sure you are carrying your own lock. The rink is well maintained and due to its large size, never feels too crowded.
Lace up your skates for a day on the ice at this 17,000 square-foot pavilion. Let your hair down at this huge skating rink as you practice your moves. Abe Stark Rink gets a good crowd, but there is plenty of room for anyone who wants to join in the fun. Don't worry if you don't have the required equipment, it can always be hired on-site.
Popular for hosting events, Embassy Terrace, is a spacious and well-equipped place. This place has witnessed many enthralling concerts and major events, making it an important meeting place. Every week, this place hosts functions that draws a large crowd from across the city.
MCU Park (formerly known as Keyspan Park) is home to the Brooklyn Cyclones. The ballpark is built on the same template as most others. However, it deftly makes use of the surrounding attractions. A few blocks away from here is Astroland Amusement Park at Coney Island; it makes for a wonderful view over the left field fence. Towards the right field wall are the endless blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean. It's a spectacular place to watch a game and the unmistakable energy of the Brooklyn fans just adds to the excitement.
The Arts Center, housed within the Brooklyn College Campus, prides itself on being open for the wide Brooklyn community, to witness performances by the great artistes from various fields at affordable rates. Enjoy student performances staged by the Department of Theater of the College or by members of the Brooklyn College Conservatory of Music. The Center comprises of several venues, including the grand Whitman Hall. The Center provides professional technical support with for all events. Call for bookings and show times.
The Nazareth Regional High School is a popular graduation school located in downtown Brooklyn. Besides focusing on its curriculum and religious education, the school also promotes extra-curricular activities for the overall growth of its students. For this reason, the Nazareth Regional High School hosts sporting events like baseball, wrestling and swimming championships on a regular basis. Apart from that, the school's ensemble is known for its successful concert performances. Call ahead to know more.
Formerly known as the Leow's Kings Theater, the King's Theater is a movie theater which is historical. With a great entertainment place for the people of the town, the theater has served it's purpose for many years since it first opened in 1929. Currently the theater is not accessible to the public as it is undergoing a complete renovation, but it will soon be visible to it's visitors from 2015 onwards.
All Christian believers of Brooklyn meet at Christian Cultural Center to seek spiritual awareness and development. People are welcomed with the view of blooming flowers in the lush garden of this center. As beautiful as the exteriors, the center doesn't let you down with its tastefully decorated classic interiors. The center boasts of a tranquil Prayer Center where visitors can spend few minutes offering their prayers to God. With its museum, mall, restaurants, book store, pavilion garden and community services, there couldn't be a better way to enjoy socialization and leisure.
Located on the eastern side of Prospect Park, this house is on the northern shore of the lake in Brooklyn, New York. It was built in the year 1907. After several restorations over the years since being built, the boat house currently serves as Audobon Center, Audobon Society’s urban interpretive center. The boat house was seen in the 1993 famous Hollywood movie The Age of Innocence. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the year 1972. It is open for hosting weddings and other events all year round with a capacity for 150 people. Check their website for more details.
Originally known as the Sanders Theater, Access Digital Theatres - Pavilion Cinema is a nine screen multiplex, and a popular Brooklyn hangout for weekend movies, located inside an old building and it is nothing like your average movie theater. With an understated elegance and old world charm, this place makes an interesting hang-out for movie dates. Watch some really good movies while you are seated on cozy velvety purple seats. They also have a coffee bar serving some extremely tasty popcorn with some of the best flavors and fine coffees. The movies shown here range from the latest flicks to some Indian fusion films. This place has everything one needs for a great movie-watching experience.