Tour the Yard, bike through history, see "industry in action" on a factory tour, see film, theater and musical performance, sit in on “BLDG 92 Talks” 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:

Yard Tours

Seasonal Photography Tours - SPRING

SAT APR 19 > 11 a.m.

The Brooklyn Navy Yard is a fascinating visual tapestry of 19th century buildings and LEED-certified structures, of natural landscapes and waterfront vistas amid a thriving industrial park. Starting this fall, Turnstile Tours and BLDG 92 are pleased to offer seasonal photography tours to provide opportunities for the public to come out with their cameras and capture some of the most visually stimulating sites within the Yard. Highlights include the frozen-in-time Navy Hospital Campus, the World War II-era pier with views of the Manhattan skyline and Wallabout Bay, and a functioning dry dock that is used for ship repair. Unlike our ...

Yard Tours

Seasonal Photography Tours - SPRING

SAT APR 19 > 11 a.m.

The Brooklyn Navy Yard is a fascinating visual tapestry of 19th century buildings and LEED-certified structures, of natural landscapes and waterfront vistas amid a thriving industrial park. Starting this fall, Turnstile Tours and BLDG 92 are pleased to offer seasonal photography tours to provide opportunities for the public to come out with their cameras and capture some of the most visually stimulating sites within the Yard. Highlights include the frozen-in-time Navy Hospital Campus, the World War II-era pier with views of the Manhattan skyline and Wallabout Bay, and a functioning dry dock that is used for ship repair. Unlike our ...

Yard Tours

Brooklyn Navy Yard: Past, Present, & Future Tour

SAT APR 19 > 2:30 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 ...

Yard Tours

Sustainable Architecture and Industry Bike Tour

SAT APR 12 > noon

First Bike Tour of the Year!

Yard Tours

Brooklyn Navy Yard: Past, Present, & Future Tour

SUN APR 20 > 2:30 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 ...

BLDG 92 Presents...

Private(i)

SAT APR 26 > 1 p.m.

The year is 2020 and we find ourselves in a society of hyper-surveillance. Transparency has gone total. Secrets are a thing of the past. Enter Private(i) -- a series of unexpected encounters strategically designed to evoke 2014, a time when privacy still existed. Hidden within the sprawling industrial landscape of the Brooklyn Navy Yard, interactive modules invite participants to reconnect with their secret selves and rediscover the virtues of duplicity. Indulge in the comfort of concealment. Control how you are seen. Be entirely alone. Private(i) invites you to meet yourself. Go ahead, hide. 

BLDG 92 Presents...

Private(i)

SAT APR 26 > 2:30 p.m.

The year is 2020 and we find ourselves in a society of hyper-surveillance. Transparency has gone total. Secrets are a thing of the past. Enter Private(i) -- a series of unexpected encounters strategically designed to evoke 2014, a time when privacy still existed. Hidden within the sprawling industrial landscape of the Brooklyn Navy Yard, interactive modules invite participants to reconnect with their secret selves and rediscover the virtues of duplicity. Indulge in the comfort of concealment. Control how you are seen. Be entirely alone. Private(i) invites you to meet yourself. Go ahead, hide. 

Yard Tours

Brooklyn Navy Yard: Past, Present, & Future Tour

SAT APR 26 > 2:30 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 ...

BLDG 92 Presents...

Private(i)

SAT APR 26 > 4:30 p.m.

The year is 2020 and we find ourselves in a society of hyper-surveillance. Transparency has gone total. Secrets are a thing of the past. Enter Private(i) -- a series of unexpected encounters strategically designed to evoke 2014, a time when privacy still existed. Hidden within the sprawling industrial landscape of the Brooklyn Navy Yard, interactive modules invite participants to reconnect with their secret selves and rediscover the virtues of duplicity. Indulge in the comfort of concealment. Control how you are seen. Be entirely alone. Private(i) invites you to meet yourself. Go ahead, hide. 

BLDG 92 Presents...

Private(i)

SUN APR 27 > 1 p.m.

The year is 2020 and we find ourselves in a society of hyper-surveillance. Transparency has gone total. Secrets are a thing of the past. Enter Private(i) -- a series of unexpected encounters strategically designed to evoke 2014, a time when privacy still existed. Hidden within the sprawling industrial landscape of the Brooklyn Navy Yard, interactive modules invite participants to reconnect with their secret selves and rediscover the virtues of duplicity. Indulge in the comfort of concealment. Control how you are seen. Be entirely alone. Private(i) invites you to meet yourself. Go ahead, hide.