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Brooklyn Navy Yard: Architecture & Infrastructure Tour

July 29 @ 2:00 am - November 25 @ 4:00 pm

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An event every month that begins at 2:00am on day 29 of the month, repeating until Nov 25, 2018

$5 – $65

Once America’s premier Naval shipyard, today the Brooklyn Navy Yard is a mission-driven industrial park and a hub of industry, technology, and craft. Explore the Navy Yard’s unique architecture and examine the many layers of history visible in the landscape, from Civil War-era machine shops to innovative LEED-Certified structures, and see how these buildings have been adapted for modern manufacturing. Learn about development projects currently underway at the Yard, which are projected to more than double the Yard’s workforce to over 16,000 by 2020, the greatest expansion of the Yard since World War II.

This tour showcases the role the Brooklyn Navy Yard plays in providing economic opportunities for thousands of New Yorkers, from small business owners to manufacturing workers to technology startups, and looks at the infrastructure that keeps the Yard – and all of New York City – running, including stormwater management, solid waste, and alternative energy systems. The tour covers most of the massive 300-acre campus, including visits to the still-active 1851 Dry Dock No. 1, the one-million-square-foot World War II-era Building 77, the sites of the Admiral’s Row and Dock 72 projects, and the LEED Platinum-certified Brooklyn Navy Yard Center at BLDG 92.
Participants can receive American Institute of Architects Continuing Education System (AIA CES) credits
2018 Bicycle Tours:
Saturday, July 21, 11am
Saturday, October 27, 11am
2018 Bus Tours:
Sunday, July 29, 2pm
Sunday, August 26, 2pm
Sunday, September 30, 2pm
Sunday, October 28, 2pm
Sunday, November 25, 2pm
Email at or by phone at 1-347-903-8687


July 29 @ 2:00 am
November 25 @ 4:00 pm
$5 – $65


Turnstile Tours
(347) 903-8687


Brooklyn Navy Yard Center at BLDG 92
1 Carlton Ave, Brooklyn NY 11205 United States + Google Map