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The Green-Wood Cemetery

Грин-Вуд

(Green-Wood Cemetery)
Кладбище и Историческое место
Greenwood Heights, Бруклин
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Фильтр:
  • grave
  • tours
  • scenic views
  • basquiat
  • statue of minerva
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  • Adam M.
    Adam MНоябрь 9, 2018
    I went for a special night time event which was fantastic! it always happens around Halloween time so keep an eye out for tickets. it gets crowded so avoid the catacombs and check them out another day
  • amNewYork
    amNewYorkИюль 21, 2013
    Historian Jim Mackin calls it “a treasure of nature with champion trees, four ponds, the highest point in Brooklyn and a large colony of monk parakeets that live in the spires of its entrance gates.”
  • Autumn R.
    Autumn RayneАвгуст 16, 2015
    as one of the largest cemeteries in the city and tree covered drives. nice place to take a walk through. they also do tours for the several famous individuals buried here. worth a look
  • Rally by Eventbrite
    Rally by EventbriteОктябрь 20, 2016
    In addition to thousands of graves, Green-Wood Cemetery is also home to tons of morbid yet peaceful foliage scenes deep in the heart of Brooklyn. \nПодробнее
  • Will S.
    Will SchollНоябрь 20, 2015
    You can cover a lot more area if you drive in and cruise around. Park somewhere in the center and venture out on foot.
  • Mary O.
    Mary OАвгуст 4, 2017
    Сколько раз довелось побывать здесь: 5+
    Despite what you may think, this place has an incredible history. It also has beautiful, well maintained grounds. Their events are often worth the expense.
  • Ashley T.
    Ashley TorresИюль 4, 2016
    I'm obsessed with this landmark. It comes alive with it's rich history and beautiful rolling hills.
  • Green-Wood Cemetery
    Green-Wood CemeteryАпрель 23, 2012
    Pick up a free map of Green-Wood at our guard booth (inside our Gothic Arch) at 25th St/5th Ave, main office and guard booth at 34th St/4th Ave and are available at our other 2 entrances on weekends.
  • Kerri R.
    Kerri ReganОктябрь 14, 2012
    A must-visit for musical theater fans.Leonard Bernstein and Fred Ebb are buried here, along with many other artists, actors and musicians.
  • Sarah C.
    Sarah CoulterДекабрь 31, 2013
    Great views of the city as you walk down toward the 25th St exit. Resident stork at the urn building was a nice surprise.
  • Andrea D.
    Andrea D.Апрель 4, 2015
    Be sure to pick up a map to navigate the plots of famous people. Beautiful views and a great walk
  • Untapped Cities
    Untapped CitiesЯнварь 17, 2014
    Across the street from the cemetery, there is a small abandoned greenhouse from 1895. Check out this Victorian treasure before the restoration process begins! \nПодробнее
  • Amy W.
    Amy WhitneyАвгуст 18, 2016
    Great views of downtown - if your heading to the gowanus and redhook I would recommend popping in.
  • Theresa R.
    Theresa RoldanМай 22, 2016
    It's beautiful. Great place to roam around, but you can't jog...apparently. I guess that makes sense
  • Kirill K.
    Kirill KukuruzaИюнь 5, 2016
    Very beautiful and historical cemetery.
  • Guest of a Guest
    Guest of a GuestОктябрь 11, 2011
    Green-Wood Cemetery is the home to some of the city’s most famous deceased residents (DeWitt Clinton!). The cemetery also hosts events, like book readings and gothic tea parties. \nПодробнее
  • Claudia F.
    Claudia FilthОктябрь 31, 2015
    Sign up to their email newsletter to get an early heads up for some of their amazing events.
  • Amanda G.
    Amanda GИюль 6, 2012
    There is a restroom in the chapel close to the 25th st entrance, right by the lake. The chapel is also lovely, but may be in use for services.
  • NYIP
    NYIPИюнь 8, 2011
    Lots of macabre, historic beauty to photograph here. Find the statue of Minerva for sweeping views of the harbor and islands. \nПодробнее
  • Angela B.
    Angela BernardosАпрель 11, 2013
    Beautiful Place! but they should indicate which doors are alwalys open and which ones closes sometimes :)
  • HISTORY
    HISTORYМарт 30, 2010
    This cemetery opened in 1838 and has approximately 600,000 graves spread out over 478 acres. It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 2006.
  • Nate F.
    Nate FolkertМай 9, 2015
    Сколько раз довелось побывать здесь: 10+
    visit in the late spring when the flowers are in bloom
  • Jon S.
    Jon SteinbackАпрель 27, 2015
    looking for basquiat's grave? it's in lot 44603, on the left side of the line of small markers.
  • angularism
    angularismАвгуст 2, 2010
    Сколько раз довелось побывать здесь: 5+
    favorite bathroom in all of nyc is in the chapel - all marble. great place to do your thing+acoustics for singing are amazing.
  • Carmen N.
    Carmen NАпрель 1, 2016
    Beautiful grounds, great for a meandering walk by the monuments.
  • Urban Oyster
    Urban OysterНоябрь 22, 2010
    Сколько раз довелось побывать здесь: 5+
    Look up at the gatehouse at the main entrance on 5th Ave. A colony of Quaker Parrots, exotic transplants from South America, live in giant nests atop the spires.
  • Nate F.
    Nate FolkertДекабрь 28, 2014
    Сколько раз довелось побывать здесь: 10+
    bathrooms in the gatehouse on the east side of the fort hamilton parkway entrance
  • Brennan M.
    Brennan MarieНоябрь 1, 2016
    make sure to arrive before 4 if you need to use the database to look up a plot.
  • Nate F.
    Nate FolkertДекабрь 28, 2014
    Сколько раз довелось побывать здесь: 10+
    animal sculptures in front of the tomb of Henry Bergh, founder of the ASPCA
  • Jacob S.
    Jacob ShemkovitzАвгуст 31, 2013
    Popular tourist attraction in the 1850s; most famous New Yorkers who died during the second half of the nineteenth century buried here
  • Akira
    AkiraЯнварь 13, 2017
    An amazing, quiet walk with great views. Try to catch some high ground.
  • Green-Wood Cemetery
    Green-Wood CemeteryАпрель 23, 2012
    While you are visiting Green-Wood, why not become a fan too! Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/historicgreenwood
  • Leah L.
    Leah LabrecqueСентябрь 8, 2014
    Сколько раз довелось побывать здесь: 25+
    The guard at the PPW entrance is kind of weird and sometimes naked in the bathroom cottage.
  • The Green-Wood Cemetery
    The Green-Wood CemeteryИюль 20, 2012
    Did you know we now have our own app "Green-Wood Discover"? Go to our website, http://www.green-wood.com/ , to find out more info. It's a great way to explore Green-Wood!
  • Time Out New York
    Time Out New YorkСентябрь 10, 2010
    Visit the graves of Jean-Michel Basquiat, Leonard Bernstein and Mae West; and check out the 1911 chapel designed by the same firm behind Grand Central Terminal.
  • Afi Y.
    Afi Yellow-DukeИюнь 21, 2015
    Great place for a walk with wonderful views of Brooklyn
  • Dora
    DoraИюль 23, 2010
    Visit the Statue of Minerva – she stands on the highest point in Brooklyn and looks across the harbor at another tall lady, the Statue of Liberty. Powered by ParentsConnect.com
  • DSquirrely
    DSquirrelyСентябрь 13, 2014
    Setting up the stages for tonight's show.
  • Maxim I.
    Maxim IlinОктябрь 15, 2010
    Very interesting place, nothing spooky at all. It is more like a museum if anything. Highly recommended on a warm sunny day.
  • Green-Wood Cemetery
    Green-Wood CemeteryИюнь 10, 2010
    Did you know the Cemetery is 478 acres and over 5 miles in circumference? Come take a walk on the grounds today. Wear comfy shoes!
  • Nate F.
    Nate FolkertЯнварь 4, 2015
    Сколько раз довелось побывать здесь: 10+
    fort hamilton entrance is open on the weekends
  • Giosue C.
    Giosue CarrОктябрь 16, 2010
    Leonard Bernstein's simple but beautiful resting place is here just steps from Battle Hill and the statue of Minerva saluting Lady Liberty.
  • Richard J M.
    Richard J MoylanДекабрь 18, 2012
    Сколько раз довелось побывать здесь: 100+
    Triumph of Civic Virtue is here now too!
  • Nick E.
    Nick EhleИюнь 18, 2013
    Great meeting place for a secret society and / or dead people.
  • Alyssa Hope B.
    Alyssa Hope ByrdИюнь 7, 2010
    A beautiful cemetery to take a stroll through. Jean-Michel Basquiat, John La Farge, Henry Steinway, and many other notable people are buried here. \nПодробнее
  • The Wall Street Journal
    The Wall Street JournalИюнь 23, 2010
    This resting ground for such 19th-century titans as jeweler Charles Tiffany and pianist Louis Gottschalk, is running out of burial plots, so the cemetery is turning to alternative revenue streams. \nПодробнее
  • JC M.
    JC Martinez-SifreОктябрь 4, 2011
    Best spot to meditate for the harcore Buddhist: "The Bishop Tree" @40.656515,-73.994125
  • Bogdan S.
    Bogdan SeredyakНоябрь 13, 2014
    Bill the Butcher - the grave is number 48 and 49, F/G 6(v)
  • Traci
    TraciМарт 1, 2011
    Сколько раз довелось побывать здесь: 5+
    Pick up the maps at the main entrance on 5th Avenue to find some of the most unique and famous spots in the cemetery!
  • Robin F.
    Robin FullerЯнварь 28, 2012
    Grab sandwiches from the Subway at 5th and 37th for an easy scenic picnic!
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