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Brooklyn Navy Yard Tour Tickets & Prices


From 1801 to 1966, the Brooklyn Navy Yard was a federally-owned naval shipbuilding and repair facility. After it was decommissioned by the US Navy, it was sold to the City of New York, and it has operated as an industrial park ever since.

Today, the Yard is owned by New York City and operated by the non-profit Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation. It is home to more than 330 companies in a variety of industries that employ 7,000+ people, and it has become a major center of manufacturing, technology, and craft.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Where do the tours start?
All public tours begin and end at the Brooklyn Navy Yard Center at BLDG 92, located at the corner of Flushing Ave and Carlton Avein the Fort Greene section of Brooklyn.

What is BLDG 92?
The Brooklyn Navy Yard Center at BLDG 92 is the visitor and exhibition center of the Yard, which opened on Veterans Day 2011. Originally built as the Marine Commandants Residence in 1857, today it houses the exhibition “The Brooklyn Navy Yard: Past, Present, and Future,” which is three floors of interactive exhibits about the rich shipbuilding history and the exciting success of the Yard today as a sustainable industrial park.

Are these tours good for kids?
We encourage people of all ages to visit the Brooklyn Navy Yard, but any activity that lasts two hours can be a bit much for some kids. We have special visual bingo boards of trivia and sites around the Yard that kids (and adults) can play on any of our tours. We also offer our Yard Inspectors Family Tour, a one-hour experience inside the Yard where kids get to check out an historic working dry dock, learn about the working waterfront, and see some of the ships that frequent the Wallabout Bay.

Is there anywhere to eat near the Brooklyn Navy Yard?
BLDG 92 is now home to a location of the Brooklyn Roasting Company, which offers coffee, sandwiches, salads, beer, and wine. The cafe is open seven days a week, and it is open before all of our public tours of the Yard. Just two blocks south of the Navy Yard is Myrtle Ave, which offers a wide selection of restaurants, bars, and cafés.