Comfort Inn Sunset Park / Park Slope
353 38th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11232
Phone: (718) 369-7171
Fax: (718) 369-7178
353 38th Street, Brooklyn, NY, US, 11232
- Téléphone : (718) 369-7171
- Télécopie : (718) 369-7178
Located in Brooklyn, within the historic Green-Wood Cemetery, is the famous Green-Wood Cemetery Chapel. This Chapel is the place where mourners seek solace, after the loss of a loved one or just come over to pray. The architecture is absolutely fantastic with a beautiful chandelier in the main hall and fantastically designed tainted glass with beautiful designs of Jesus Christ and important Biblical figures on them. The Green-Wood Cemetery Chapel is a visual treat and a must-visit for those on a sightseeing trip of the city.
Created in 1838 as a pastoral park, this breathtaking cemetery covers 478 acres landscaped with lakes, gardens, rambling paths and of course, some of the finest cemetery landmarks in the country. Often used by New Yorkers as a day trip to escape the noise of the city, the serenity of this place is often overwhelming. It has been noted that Frederick Law Olmsted used Green-Wood as a basis for his original designs of Central Park. Notable residents include the composer Leonard Bernstein and stained-glass artist Louis Comfort Tiffany.
Founded by Brad Estabrooke, the Breuckelen Distilling opened its doors in 2010 amidst a lot of speculations. Thankfully all have been laid to rest, as this artisan gin and whiskey distillery has climbed the popularity charts of gin and whiskey lovers all around the city. The spirits are handcrafted and only raw and organic ingredients are used. Time consuming but well worth the effort and patience. Located in an old boiler room in Sunset Park, this comparatively smaller distillery has certainly carved a niche of its own.
The beautifully impressive facade of the Basilica of Our Lady of Perpetual Help stands proudly on 59th Street in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. Serving the local Redemptorist community since 1893, the church is the architectural masterpiece of Franz Joseph Untersee, who is known for building several Romanesque structures across the country. Built in the style of a simultaneum mixtum, also known as a double church, this basilica offers two floors for various uses, like services, prayers, ordinations, communion and confirmation. Due to its spaciousness, the church also plays host to important community events. See the website to know more.
This 19th century Victorian and Bavarian building has been host to many well known personalities, movies, and commercials. It is available for private functions.
In the midst of the concrete jungle of Brooklyn lies a blossoming field called the Red Hook Community Farm. A former playground, this waterfront site was transformed into a nurtured garden by Added Value, a not for profit organization promoting sustainable food. Established in 2003, it has empowered the local teens by working in the farm and growing many organic fruits and vegetables. From planting seeds, making compost to selling the produce, the teenagers are trained in urban agriculture. A visit to the Red Hook Community Farm will not only be an eye opener but also a refreshing experience.
The story of this park is entwined with the story of the resurgence of the Red Hook community. Once a thriving port, Red Hook lost a lot of its business in the early and mid-20th Century, and the community suffered because many settlers left the area. However, by the 1970s, with government intervention, the community rose again from the ashes, and a process of redevelopment and revival began. The Red Hook Park was recognized as a community park in 1934, and has since then been a major gathering point for the community, with a range of events taking place here. Do call for more details.
Besides being home to the Bartel-Pritchard Circle War Memorial, the Circle is also the location of a farmer's market that takes place weekly from May through November.
Temple Beth El of Borough Park is located at Brooklyn, New York, New York. This historic synagogue was built between the years 1920 C.E and 1923 C.E. This three story building is now known as Young Israel Beth El of Borough Park. The synagogue has Moorish and Egyptian styles of architecture. It was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on April 27, 2010.
Located in Brooklyn, Calvary Cathedral of Praise is a peaceful sanctity working with a mission to spread the message of God. With its doors open to all, irrespective of age, community and gender preferences, this beautiful church conducts regular services and sermons. Besides this, the church also hosts diverse programs and events to help reunite community men and foster humanity in people.
This beautiful Brooklyn park was created by the same architects who were responsible for the splendid Central Park in Manhattan. Unlike its more famous cousin in Manhattan, Prospect Park sits pretty amidst a primarily residential area and is not surrounded by skyscrapers. Many Olmsted fans dub this 526-acre (212.87 hectare) park his crowning achievement. It features horseback riding, ice skating, tennis, paddle boats and a carousel, as well as the Prospect Park Wildlife Center. There is a band shell for concerts, and Prospect Lake is often teeming with ducks, geese and swans.
Recently renovated, the Gil Hodges Community Garden has bloomed into a natural haven within the industrial Gowanus neighborhood. The area is home to many community groups and a diverse population that comes together to tend the garden, play chess in the park and enjoy the fragrance of the collection of flowers. The park is also environmentally friendly, as it has been designed to repurpose rainwater from the flood-prone area. It serves as a great outdoor space for families with children, and the community garden provides an opportunity for kids to learn about plants and gardening.