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Building 92 houses a concise, well curated museum that explains the history of the Navy Yard and its contributions to the nation's war efforts. And, whether you go to the museum or not, there's a cool, open open cafe with lotsa space to sit/read/work, Brooklyn...More
Building 92 encompasses 3 floors of amazing history and information about the Brooklyn Navy Yard, and the times, through a variety of media. It's all fascinating and wonderfully presented! My favorite was the timeline! There's a lot to read and look at, but there are...More
I saw Building 92 in a travel book and was surprised that I was unfamiliar with it. It's really an interesting place to learn about the history of the navy in the US and the Brooklyn Navy Yard and its historical significance. The exhibits are...More
Brooklyn Navy Yard, former home to some of the largest dry docks for shipbuilding and ship repairs in the US, is now open to the public for viewing. Building 92, now refurbished, houses a museum, coffee shop (excellent), and info desk so visitors may come...More
This is a great spot to learn about the history of the Navy Yard as well as seeing what is happening today. This place is now home to a multitude of artisans and creative makers! What a transition from yesterday to today! They sell cool...More