Tour the Yard, bike through history, see "industry in action" on a factory tour, experience cultural performances or make something in a hands-on workshop. Our public programs are an exciting look into the Yard’s past, present and future. 

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Upcoming Events:

Yoga in the Yard

WED JUL 1 2015 > 8:30 a.m.

Re-Fresh & Re-New this summer with Yard Yoga! All classes take place in our beautiful third floor gallery gallery at BLDG 92 and are led by Maria Cutrona. 

Wednesday Exhibit Tour

WED JUL 1 2015 > 11:45 a.m.

Are you taking a Brooklyn Grange Farm Tour on Wednesday? Top it off with a Free guided tour of our exhibit - Brooklyn Navy Yard: Past, Present and Future. While the Grange grows veggies, the Brooklyn Navy Yard grows businesses. On this 1-hour highlights tour, you will learn the history of the Yard and see how the Yard is a fertile environment for business and job creation. The Yard is a unique place - historic, dynamic, relevant and revolutionary!

Yoga in the Yard

FRI JUL 3 2015 > 4:30 p.m.

Re-Fresh & Re-New this summer with Yard Yoga! All classes take place in our beautiful third floor gallery gallery at BLDG 92 and are led by Maria Cutrona. 

Yard Tours

Brooklyn Navy Yard: Past, Present, & Future Tour

SUN JUL 5 2015 > 2 p.m.

For over 150 years, the Brooklyn Navy Yard churned out America's most famous fighting ships, from the USS Maine to the USS Missouri. Today, the Yard is considered a national model for sustainable urban industrial parks. This tour, given in partnership with Turnstile Tours, explores the 300-acre facility and offers opportunities to get off the bus for a closer look at the Yard's most intriguing sites, including a dry dock that's been used since before the Civil War, the 24-acre former Navy hospital campus that is virtually frozen in time and the nation's first multi-story LEED ...

Yoga in the Yard

MON JUL 6 2015 > 8:30 a.m.

Re-Fresh & Re-New this summer with Yard Yoga! All classes take place in our beautiful third floor gallery gallery at BLDG 92 and are led by Maria Cutrona. 

Yoga in the Yard

WED JUL 8 2015 > 8:30 a.m.

Re-Fresh & Re-New this summer with Yard Yoga! All classes take place in our beautiful third floor gallery gallery at BLDG 92 and are led by Maria Cutrona. 

Wednesday Exhibit Tour

WED JUL 8 2015 > 11:45 a.m.

Are you taking a Brooklyn Grange Farm Tour on Wednesday? Top it off with a Free guided tour of our exhibit - Brooklyn Navy Yard: Past, Present and Future. While the Grange grows veggies, the Brooklyn Navy Yard grows businesses. On this 1-hour highlights tour, you will learn the history of the Yard and see how the Yard is a fertile environment for business and job creation. The Yard is a unique place - historic, dynamic, relevant and revolutionary!

Yoga in the Yard

FRI JUL 10 2015 > 4:30 p.m.

Re-Fresh & Re-New this summer with Yard Yoga! All classes take place in our beautiful third floor gallery gallery at BLDG 92 and are led by Maria Cutrona. 

Yard Tours

Sustainable Architecture and Industry Tour (Bike Tour)

SAT JUL 11 2015 > 11:30 a.m.

Get a “handle” on sustainability at the Brooklyn Navy Yard!  Pedal along with us and explore the Yard’s transition from one of the nation’s foremost naval shipbuilding facilities to a national leader for sustainable urban industrial parks.  On this tour, you’ll learn about many of the yard’s green initiatives, including adaptive reuse of historic structures and materials, alternative energy projects, and sustainable practices in manufacturing employed by some of the yard’s 300 tenants.  The tour will include visits to such sites as the yard’s historic 1851 dry dock (which is still in use for ...

Yard Tours

Brooklyn Navy Yard: Past, Present, & Future Tour

SAT JUL 11 2015 > 2 p.m.

For over 150 years, the Brooklyn Navy Yard churned out America's most famous fighting ships, from the USS Maine to the USS Missouri. Today, the Yard is considered a national model for sustainable urban industrial parks. This tour, given in partnership with Turnstile Tours, explores the 300-acre facility and offers opportunities to get off the bus for a closer look at the Yard's most intriguing sites, including a dry dock that's been used since before the Civil War, the 24-acre former Navy hospital campus that is virtually frozen in time and the nation's first multi-story LEED ...