Transit Walk: The Transformation of Downtown Brooklyn
Public transit has defined and transformed New York City over and over again. Delve into one rich example by taking a close look at Downtown Brooklyn through the lens of mass transit. Led by educators from the New York Transit Museum, we’ll visit Court Street, Columbus Park, the commercial center at Fulton Mall, and the Transit Museum itself. Explore, observe, and discuss the impact of transit progress on this community. The tour concludes with complimentary admission to the New York Transit Museum, light refreshments, and an informal discussion. Located in an authentic 1930s subway station, the New York Transit Museum presents hands-on exhibits that celebrate the many ways that public transportation impacts New York City and its environs.
Date: Sunday May 6, 2012
Event Start: Pierrepont Playground at Columbia Heights and Pierrepont Streets (on the Brooklyn Heights Promenade)
Event End: New York Transit Museum
Host Organization: New York Transit Museum
Registration: There is a limit of 25 participants. Click here to register.
Accessibility: This event is accessible and welcoming to wheelchairs, bicycles, children, & seniors.