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The Brooklyn Navy Yard is a rarity: a 19th-century citadel of the Industrial Revolution reincarnated as a model of clean industrial re-use in the 21st century. A historic national icon, the Yard has long been a mystery to its neighbors. Now, for the first time in decades, you are invited to experience this unique and remarkable site and hear its many stories, most for the first time. Since 2007, BNYDC has consulted with historians, educators, scholars, community and business leaders, and design experts on the development of BLDG 92 and the exhibition, “Brooklyn Navy Yard: Past, Present and Future.”

  • Brooklyn Navy Yard: Past, Present and Future

    BLDG 92 Then...

    BLDG 92 Then...

    Building 92, formerly the Marine Commandant's House, was in a state of disrepair by the early 20th century.

  • Brooklyn Navy Yard: Past, Present and Future

    Explore the Yard of Today

    Explore the Yard of Today

    Past, Present and Future.

  • Making It In NYC>Gallery 92

    O, what things have been built here!

    O, what things have been built here!

    Learn the ship building history.

  • "A Day in the Life at the Brooklyn Navy Yard"

    "A Day in the Life at the Brooklyn Navy Yard"

    This new mural on Flushing Avenue, by Yard tenant Paul Campbell,  tells a deeper story about people working in the Navy Yard. An interactive web component is coming soon!

Admission

Everyone can enjoy FREE admission to BLDG 92

Public Tours by Bus: 

2 hour tour:

$30 per person | 10% member discount

Public Tours by Bike:
$24 per person | 10% member discount