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5 Things New Residents Should Do in Brooklyn, NY This Weekend

The world-famous Brooklyn Bridge, taken from Brooklyn Bridge Park

Brooklyn is teeming with charm and engagement for new residents to delve into upon arrival. If you are new to Brooklyn, let us help set up a good first impression through our short list of 5 curated city experiences that you can go do right now. Or sometime this weekend. You know, make a day of it.

Should you find yourself still in the moving process and hoping to mitigate some of the stress of that exciting (but exhausting) situation, we’ll also direct you to Brooklyn storage options so you can feel at ease while you’re out exploring the town.

The Brooklyn Bridge

On a pleasant summer day, taking a stroll along the Brooklyn Bridge is completely free and some good exercise. The bridge connects the boroughs of Brooklyn and Manhattan and sees thousands of visitors each year.

Coney Island

If amusement parks and the beach are more your style, Coney Island sits on the top of Brooklyn and is home to two amusement parks (Luna Park and Deno’s Wonder Wheel Amusement Park). In addition to rides and attractions, you can visit nearby Brighton Beach or one of countless other public parks in the area.

Brooklyn Botanic Garden

A popular tourism destination and one of Brooklyn’s most popular locales, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden is an immaculate display of nature, cast across 52 acres of urban development for a delightful, year-round panorama, should you ever need a place to relax, meditate, or think.

Industry City

A hub for creatives, artists, foodies, and drink enthusiasts, Industry City is a great place to spend a day. Whether you’re looking for area shopping, dining, or a happy hour, the vendors, shops, and artisans of this bustling Brooklyn destination can help you find what you’re seeking.

Brooklyn Heights Promenade

Behold Manhattan’s skyline from this stretch of nature that cuts through the city. Whether you’re stopping by during a morning run or an evening walk, the Brooklyn Heights Promenade will leave you aghast from the comfort of its bustling, industrial waterfront. Wrap up your weekend with some people-watching, or plunge into the comforts of your favorite book, as the smell of the water below comes up to meet you.

Storage Options To Ease Your Move

If you’re still on your way to wrapping-up your moving process, consider the merits of an easy Brooklyn storage option. Moving is often stressful enough as-is, you shouldn’t need to overburden yourself with cleaning and organizing everything at once. Prime Storage has a unit in Brooklyn with quick access whenever you need it.

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