Visit our biking page for directions and more resources.
Cycling is permitted only on the designated bicycle path. Cycling is not permitted on park paths or the pier promenades. Bike racks are located throughout the park. Do not lock your bike to park fences or railings.
Many Citibike docks are located near Park entrances:
Parking near Brooklyn Bridge Park is very limited. We highly recommend taking public transportation, biking, or walking to the park. BBP is accessible by bus, subway and ferry.
PUBLIC PARKING FACILITIES:
Limited metered spaces are available in the parking lot on Furman Street near Pier 2. Paid parking lot are available at under Squibb Bridge and at Pier 6, located on the south side of 360 Furman Street.
Please note that scooter shares are not allowed to be ridden within Brooklyn Bridge Park. Please check the programs parking requirements in advance.
To enter the Park at Pier 1, please use the address 1 Water Street (corner of Old Fulton and Water Street). This is the address of Ample Hills Creamery located at Fulton Ferry Landing. To enter the southern end of the park, please use the address 360 Furman Street and exit on the west side of the building (intersection of Furman Street and Bridge Park Drive).
Lost and Found
Top 5 FAQs
Is there an entrance fee to Brooklyn Bridge Park?
How do I get to Brooklyn Bridge Park?
Brooklyn Bridge Park is accessible by several subway lines (A/C, 2/3, 4/5, F, R) and bus routes (B25, B61, B63, B67). Visitors can also arrive via the NYC Ferry at Fulton Ferry Landing and Pier 6. For Access-a-Ride access to Pier 1, please use the address 1 Water Street (corner of Old Fulton and Water Street). To enter the southern end of the park, please use the address 360 Furman Street and exit on the west side of the building.
Are there public restrooms?
Are there restaurants nearby?
When do I need a permit?
Generally, permits are required if you want to: bring a group larger than 20 people into the Park; have a wedding ceremony; film of photograph for professional/commercial purposes; or, have dedicated access to a sports field/court. This list is not exclusive or exhaustive.
Please review the Permits section for more information on when a permit is needed and how to apply for one. Submitting an application does not guarantee you will be granted a permit. Your application is not approved until you have received a permit from Brooklyn Bridge Park. Applications may take up to 21 days to process after they have been submitted.
Please take all precautions to protect yourself and those around you by following NYC Health Guidelines.
In compliance with Local Law 75 please click here for Brooklyn Bridge Park’s return to work check list
Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy Events
- Participants and staff encouraged to wear masks over their nose and mouth when physical distance can’t be maintained and vaccination status is unknown.
- Participants and staff should maintain a physical distance of at least six feet from one another when possible.
- All participants must read and complete our updated waiver.
- Shared materials will be limited as much as possible. Any materials that are shared will be sanitized between each use.
- Hand sanitizer will be provided on-site.
Safety Protocols & Guidelines
Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy is thrilled to be able to offer virtual and in-person programs. Maintaining safety is our number one priority and we are following state, city, and CDC guidelines to limit the spread of COVID-19.
For the well-being of our community, we ask that anyone who exhibits any symptoms of COVID-19 or has recently come into contact with someone who has COVID-19 please stay home. To further ensure the well-being of our program participants, staff, partners, and volunteers, program procedures include the following requirements:
Any participants who do not comply with safety requirements may be asked to leave the program. If you have questions, please reach out to [email protected] We will continue to monitor the situation closely and these guidelines are subject to change without notice.
Environmental Education Center
- We strongly recommend all visitors wear a mask, especially those who are not fully vaccinated. We kindly ask for your cooperation as we continue to protect our youngest and most vulnerable visitors.
- One adult from each family unit must sign-in with the number in group and zip code. By signing in, you are also attesting your group has self-certified for COVID symptoms.
- A maximum of 25 visitors are allowed in the Education Center at a time.
- The room will follow a one-in, one-out policy when at capacity. If demand is continually high, visitors may be subject to time-limits.
- Masks, gloves, hand sanitizer will be available onsite for participants.
The Conservancy is committed to providing a safe environment for visitors to the Environmental Education Center and will continue to follow State, City, and CDC guidelines to limit the spread of COVID-19.
If you have questions regarding our COVID-19 safety policy, please email us at [email protected].