Crown Heights at a Glance
Central Brooklyn's Crown Heights neighborhood is comprised of four historic districts filled with low-rise brownstones, new developments, and three major commercial districts at Franklin, Nostrand, and Kingston Avenues. The former especially has seen an influx in recent years of new retailers including a cider distillery, restaurants, shops, and more. Some of Brooklyn's major cultural institutions also call the neighborhood home, including the Brooklyn Botanical Garden and Brooklyn Children's Museum.
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Old meets new is a vibe reflected not just in the Crown Heights residential stock, but also in its retail and restaurant offerings. The neighborhood's main thoroughfares are home to mom and pop eateries that draw crowds of friendly locals, along with new upscale boutiques and food offerings.
Brooklyn Children's Museum
The first museum in the United States catered specifically to children.
Weeksville Heritage Center
A historic site dedicated to the preservation of one of America's first free black communities during the 19th century.