Prospect Park

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Geese in Prospect Park

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Long Meadow Dog Beach in Prospect Park

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Yoga in Prospect Park

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Twilight Tours

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Lefferts Historic House Museum

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Urban visionaries Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, who most famously designed Central Park, also put their stamp on bucolic Prospect Park. Amenities like the Long Meadow and Nethermead offer plenty of space to pull up on a patch of grass and indulge in some people-watching, and the woodland expanse of the Ravine is a towering forest within bustling Brooklyn. But we also have to give props to Robert Moses: The controversial city planner was behind some of the park’s kid-friendly offerings, including the zoo and Wollman Rink (which is currently undergoing an extensive renovation).

Venue name: Prospect Park
Contact:
Address: Prospect Park West to Flatbush Ave
Brooklyn

Cross street: between Prospect Park Southwest and Ocean Ave
Transport: Subway: B, Q, Franklin Ave S to Prospect Park; F, G to 15th St–Prospect Park; 2, 3 to Grand Army Plaza

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