Introducing Explore Brooklyn: “All of Brooklyn in One Place”


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The hottest borough in NYC finally has the tourism website it deserves.

On May 9, 2014, at the BKLYN Designs fair, the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with Brooklyn technology firm BlankSlate, officially launched Explore Brooklyn, Brooklyn’s first dedicated tourism site. brings together a dynamic, front-page directory of every business and attraction in Brooklyn, an events calendar, and a blog about don’t-miss destinations written by the area’s best local writers—all designed to serve as an invaluable resource for visitors and residents alike.

Explore Brooklyn kicked off its blog with the post “What to do after you walk across the Brooklyn Bridge,” a question many of you may have answered for visiting friends, or tourists wandering around Brooklyn Heights and Dumbo. This is followed by posts telling visitors where to find five famous stoopswhere to stay, and where to eat and drink near Barclays Center.

“We don’t want all those visitors walking across the bridge to turn around and go back to Manhattan,” explained Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce president and CEO, Carlo Scissura. “We want them to stay a while and get to know the Brooklyn that we know and love.”

2 Responses

  1. CJ -

    For a brand new site it has a lot of outdated information. Most of the galleries listed have been closed for years.

    • ExploreBK -

      Hey CJ, thanks for taking the time to check out the site! Of course, we want to be sure that we’re delivering the most accurate and up-to-date info, so your feedback is very useful. Could you please point me in the direction of the specific section to which you’re referring so that I can address the issue? Thanks again!


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