Green-Wood Cemetery

The 478 acres that make up the famous Green-Wood Cemetery are not only some of the most interesting, historic and picturesque—they serve as the final resting place to some of the city’s best-known names. Recognized as a National Historic Landmark in 2006, Green-Wood Cemetery rests between the neighborhoods of Park Slope, Kensington, Sunset Park and Windsor Terrace, just south of Brooklyn’s most beloved park, Prospect Park. 

Plenty of noteworthy names were laid to rest in this iconic cemetery, including the artist Jean-Michel Basquiat; the abolitionist Henry Ward-Beecher; and Susan McKinney Steward—one of the first black women to earn a medical degree in New York. Guided tours unlock the history of this famed place—and its people—and highlight some of the most impressive, ornate and well-decorated tomb stones and memorials on this vast burial ground. A visit to Green-Wood Cemetery is a must for any history-loving traveler and tourist looking to dig deep into New York’s past.

Practical Info

Green-Wood Cemetery is accessible using public transit. Take the R train to 25th Street Station and walk east one block to the 5th Avenue entrance of the cemetery. Hours change depending on time of year. Guided walking tours are available and admission is free.
Location
住所: 500 25th Street, Brooklyn, New York 11232, アメリカ
Time
営業時間: May 1-Memorial Day: 7am-7pm; Memorial Day-Labor Day: 7:45am-7pm. Labor Day-Sept. 30 7:45am-6pm. Oct. 1-Daylight Savings 7:45am-5pm.
さらに表示
ツアー&アクティビティ(0)
Close
icon-filter絞込み
すべて解除

検索結果が見つかりません。

並べ替え:売れ筋

ブルックリンのおすすめ


Phone
オンライン予約で問題が発生した場合は、
+81 6 4560 2975
お問い合わせはこちら:+81 6 4560 2975