The Brooklyn Tourist Scavenger Hunt is a 4.7 km / 2.9 mi self-guided walking tour with challenges along the way. It should take you 3 hours to complete.
Click here for this tourist scavenger hunt’s complete details.
- Grand Army Plaza
- Old First Reformed Church
- Prospect Park
- Brooklyn Museum
- St John’s Park Slope Episcopal Church
- Brooklyn Conservatory of Music
- Brooklyn Central Library
- Grace United Methodist Church
- and much more!
We tested this scavenger hunt walking tour in August 2022.
This scavenger hunt has a difficulty level of NORMAL.
Your group’s size should be between 2 and 6 persons. In fact, children are welcome and will enjoy the various games.
After purchase, to begin your Brooklyn walking tour, direct yourself outside the Eastern Parkway-Brooklyn Museum Metro station, near the Brooklyn Museum, at 200 Eastern Pkwy, Brooklyn, NY 11238, United States. This is the start location
Once there, stand outside and log in to this website and begin your hunt.
Also, you’ll need a fully charged smartphone connected to the Internet (LTE, or 4G with a data plan, Wifi isn’t available throughout). Instructions will be supplied on-screen or directions and challenges, as well as some historical information.
Alternatively, you can access “My Account” and follow the instructions there.
Never hesitate to contact us if you experience any difficulties.
Initially, Breukelen was settled in 1646 by the Dutch. An Algonquian-speaking Lenape American Indian tribe resided on Long Island at the time.
The British captured New Netherlands in 1664 and the area became the Province of New York. Eventually, Kings County comprised 6 of the initial Dutch towns on Long Island. This county had the highest percentage of slaves among the original 13 colonies.
One of the first battles of the revolutionary war was the Battle of Brooklyn, in 1776. the British forced the Continental Army off the heights near Prospect Park. After independence, Brooklyn incorporated itself in 1817 and urbanization boomed.
In 1841 the Brooklyn Eagle and Kings County Democrat (Brooklyn Eagle) newspaper was first published and its circulation and readership developed a separate identity for Brooklynites from New Yorkers. It closed in 1955. In the late 1880s, Brooklyn was considered New York’s twin city.
Finally, on January 1st, 1898 it joined Greater New York. Indeed, Brooklyn (Kings County) is the most populous county in New York State and the 2nd most populous in the US. If each New York borough were its own city, Brooklyn would rank 3rd most populous in the country after Los Angeles and Chicago.