Empire Fulton Ferry

Photo by Etienne Frossard

Empire Fulton Ferry

Welcome

Whether you’re coming or going, laying out on our lush lawns, visiting Jane’s Carousel or being a shutterbug, this go-to location, nestled between the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges, is not to be missed.

Attractions

This sweeping lawn offers spectacular views of New York Harbor and Lower Manhattan.
Bring the family to this vintage carousel, which is open for rides all year-round. Learn More
Dig into lunch or relish an afternoon in the sun from our cluster of picnic tables, all while taking in panoramic views. Learn More
St. Ann’s Warehouse has transformed a 19th century Tobacco Warehouse into a spectacular 21st century theater with groundbreaking programming. Learn More
An intimate, triangular garden, containing winding paths, diverse plantings, and relaxing seating areas, which inhabits the historic brick walls of the Tobacco Warehouse. Learn More

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    About Empire Fulton Ferry

    Relax at Empire Fulton Ferry, a green oasis set against a scenic cityscape that just begs to be photographed. Located between the historic Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges, Empire Fulton Ferry features the beautifully restored Jane’s Carousel, a gift of Jane and David Walentas. From its graceful lawns and boardwalk, Empire Fulton Ferry offers beautiful views of the harbor and Lower Manhattan skyline. Bordering the park area are Empire Stores and Tobacco Warehouse, the new home of St. Ann’s Warehouse. These two Civil War-era buildings played an integral part in the great shipping activities that once dominated this portion of the Brooklyn waterfront.

    The Tobacco Warehouse’s historic brick walls also house the Triangle Garden. This charming, triangular garden with meandering paths, welcoming seating areas, and neatly framed views invites visitors to sit and catch their breath in its peaceful interior.

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