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9:10 AM


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Springtime at Brooklyn Bridge Park



06:16 AM°F

2:29 AM
9:10 AM


Low 9:13 PM

As the chill of winter bids farewell and color spring blooms begin to pop up, there’s no better place to welcome the arrival of spring than at Brooklyn Bridge Park. Nestled along the East River with the iconic Brooklyn Bridge as its backdrop, this urban oasis transforms into a haven of beauty, relaxation, and outdoor adventure as the warmer weather takes hold!

Explore the Gardens!

One of the most enchanting experiences of springtime at Brooklyn Bridge Park is the awakening of its lush gardens. Cherry blossoms burst into bloom, creating a picturesque scene that rivals any in the world. Strolling along the park’s pathways, visitors are treated to a rainbow of colors and fragrances as columbine, daffodils, and other vibrant flowers blanket the landscape. The carefully curated gardens of native plants show incredible swaths of colors.

Take in the View!

With temperatures on the rise, the waterfront park becomes a bustling hub of activity. Families, friends, and solo wanderers gather along the piers to bask in the sun, revel in the cool breeze, and soak in the panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline. From Pier 1 to Pier 6, the park offers a variety of spaces for picnics, leisurely strolls, or simply unwinding by the water’s edge. It’s a perfect setting for a laid-back afternoon or a special evening as the sun dips behind the Statue of Liberty.

Get Active!

Springtime at Brooklyn Bridge Park isn’t just about admiring the scenery; it’s also an invitation to get active outdoors again. The park provides numerous opportunities for outdoor recreation, including soccer fields, basketball courts, and playgrounds for young explorers. Bike paths and promenades are ideal for a scenic ride or a leisurely jog, with the iconic bridge towering nearby for inspiration.

Grab Some Food!

The culinary scene at Brooklyn Bridge Park is diverse and vibrant. As spring blooms, food concessions begin to open their doors for the season to offer a variety of flavors and treats. From artisanal ice cream to gourmet sandwiches, visitors can indulge their taste buds while enjoying the ambiance of the park. The park’s lush lawns also make for a delightful spot for a picnic – a perfect way to savor both the food and the natural surroundings.

Join and Event!

Springtime also brings with it a calendar full of events and activities at Brooklyn Bridge Park. From outdoor yoga sessions to live music performances, the park comes alive with a sense of community and celebration. Cultural festivals, art exhibitions, and family-friendly events ensure there’s always something happening, making each visit to the park a unique and memorable experience.


Springtime at Brooklyn Bridge Park is a magical journey offering a perfect blend of beauty, recreation, and relaxation. Whether you’re a local looking for a tranquil escape or a visitor exploring the wonders of New York City, the vibrant transformation at Brooklyn Bridge Park during the spring season is an invitation to embrace the joys of spring in one of the City’s most iconic locations!

Common Questions

When is the Park open?

Are there public restrooms?

When is the Water Lab open?

Are there water fountains?

Can I pitch a tent or hang a hammock?

Can I host an event or activity?

When can I play on the courts/sports fields?

Are pesticides used on the lawns or elsewhere in Brooklyn Bridge Park?

Are the grills kosher?

Are there free events?

Are there restaurants nearby?

Do I have to bring my own equipment for sports?

What is the Ferry schedule?

Spring Blooms

Cherry Blossom, Pier 2 Uplands
Mountain Witch Adler
Moss Phlox, Pier 1 Salt Marsh
Red Columbine
Staghorn Sumac
Switchgrass, Empire Fulton Ferry Bioswale
Celandine Poppy

The building at 99 Plymouth Street, now home to the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy’s Environmental Education Center, public restrooms, and a community space, was formally a NYC Department of Environmental Protection building

In 1946, demolition of the 19th-century brick warehouses along Furman Street began as to make way for the cantilevered Brooklyn Queens Expressway.

The Brooklyn Bridge opened on May 14th, 1883. It was the first bridge to cross the East River, the largest suspension bridge built at the time, and was called the “eighth wonder of the world.”

Brooklyn Bridge Park published its Master Plan in 2000.

Construction of the park began in January 2009.


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