Boerum Hill

Boerum Hill is full of tree-lined streets lined with 19th-century row homes and brownstone architecture. 

You’ll find a hub of great eateries, cafes, and boutiques along Smith Street, although most of the neighborhood is more of a laid-back, charming area to visit.

A visit to Boerum Hill is usually combined with visiting other popular nearby neighborhoods like Carroll Gardens and Cobble Hill.

Neighborhood Highlights:

  • Housed in a restored 19th-century factory building that made ‘invisible dog party trick’’ for Walt Disney, the Invisible Dog Art Center serves as a gallery, artists’ studios, performance venue, and creative gathering space for the neighborhood.
  • The New York Transit Museum immerses visitors in the fascinating world of urban transportation, housed within a historic subway station, where vintage trains and interactive exhibits trace the evolution of New York City’s transit system.
  • EastVille Comedy Club serves as a space for laughs where guests can be entertained by some of the city’s best comedians in one of the best comedy clubs Brooklyn has to offer.