Prospect Park is an urban park in Brooklyn, New York City. The park is situated between the neighborhoods of Park Slope, Prospect Heights, Prospect Lefferts Gardens, Flatbush, and Windsor Terrace, and is adjacent to the Brooklyn Museum, Grand Army Plaza, and the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
About. Brooklyn's answer to Central Park, Prospect Park contains a zoo, an audubon center and the Brooklyn Museum of Art. Its entrance is marked by the large Memorial Arch and it is a mecca for families and nature lovers who go to play ball, bird watch and listen to outdoor concerts.
Here we explore the top ten secrets of Prospect Park, from hidden cemeteries and never-built structures to remnants of the Revolutionary War. 1. There’s a Quaker Cemetery in Prospect Park....
A Visitors Guide to Prospect Park in Brooklyn, New York. Located in the heart of Brooklyn, New York, Prospect Park welcomes eight million visitors each year. The 585-acre park was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, who also designed Manhattan's famous Central Park .
Michelle Young Standing proudly at Brooklyn’s Grand Army Plaza, the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Memorial Arch acts as both a monumental entrance to Prospect Park and as a threshold between some...
Tomorrow at noon, join our virtual tour of Prospect Park and explore Brooklyn’s scenic treasure designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux after their completion of Central Park.
Eight things you must do in Prospect Park. Get the scoop on the best things to do in Prospect Park, including concerts, the zoo, the carousel and more.
The four-story building at 53 Prospect Park West includes 5,724 square feet of interior space, as well as the “largest private garden in Brooklyn,” according to the listing. The building on...
Discover the colorfully restored Concert Grove Pavilion in Brooklyn's Prospect Park, an original park structure from 1874!
Prospect Park is a huge beautiful park in Brooklyn that is bordered by a number of neighborhoods. The major entrances are all impressive. Design was by the same man who created Central Park, but I'm told that he considered Prospect Park his crowning glory.