Places that Matter

Place Explorer: Brooklyn

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Place Name Neighborhood Borough
The East (site of) Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn Cultural center that promoted Black Nationalism and pan-Africanism
The Esplanade, Manhattan Beach Manhattan Beach Brooklyn Waterfront walkway
The Old Stone House and Washington Park Park Slope Brooklyn Site of Revolutionary War battle, located in historic park
The Shore Movie Theater Coney Island Brooklyn Coney Island Theater built in the 20s
The United Order of Tents Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn Women's social club started by former slaves and abolitionists
Tom's Restaurant Prospect Heights Brooklyn A diner well-loved by residents from surrounding neighborhoods
Transit Club (former) Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn Hall for hire run by the Surface Line Operators Fraternal Organization
Triangle Garden Red Hook Brooklyn A rumored burial site
Triskelion Arts Williamsburg Brooklyn Alternative performing arts venue
Utica Avenue Train Station Crown Heights Brooklyn Special for its public art
Veggie Castle Mas Camp Prospect Park South Brooklyn Here, costumes are made for the West-Indian Day parade
Waterfront Museum Red Hook Brooklyn Historic vessel hosts a lively maritime museum and advocates for waterfront access
Weeksville Heritage Center Weeksville Brooklyn Houses belonging to 19th century free-black community