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Discover Downtown Manhattan on a Free Walking Tour with The Frederick Hotel

We partner with Streetwise New York Tours to give you a local experience during your visit to Manhattan. Take a free walking tour with us to get to know our neighborhood - we'll check out sights, attractions, and off-the-beaten-path things to do in Tribeca and the Financial District. Contact us to reserve your spot and meet us in front of the hotel with your walking shoes on.
Times Square and Rockefeller Center in New York

Times Square and Rockefeller Center

Explore Midtown Manhattan's bustling Times Square, Rockefeller Center, and Art Deco architecture.
Broadway and Theater District in New York

Broadway and Theater District

Uncover the hidden gems of Times Square, the Broadway Theater District and the neighboring Hell's Kitchen.
NoMad and The Flatiron District in New York

NoMad and The Flatiron District

Check out the culinary scene of the Flatiron District at Eataly and the Union Square Greenmarket.
Midtown Manhattan and Grand Central in New York

Midtown Manhattan and Grand Central

Tour attractions on the East side including Bryant Park, the New York Public Library, and Grand Central Station.
Upper West Side and Central Park in New York

Upper West Side and Central Park

Stroll through the scenic Upper West Side and Central Park, including Strawberry Fields and Bethesda Terrace.


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Where is the entrance to the Brooklyn Bridge for pedestrians?

If you're going to walk across the Brooklyn Bridge from the Manhattan side, the walkway entrance is located along Centre Street, just across the street from City Hall Park. The bridge itself is preceded by the Brooklyn Bridge Promenade, where you'll undoubtedly see other pedestrians making their way towards the bridge.

How long does it take to walk or bike across the Brooklyn Bridge?

At just over 1.1 miles long, the time it takes to cross the Brooklyn Bridge depends on a few factors, including the time of day, how fast or slow you walk, and how often you stop to take in the view or snap photos. Pedestrians who are not in a rush typically take 45 minutes to an hour to cross the Brooklyn Bridge, but if you're looking to get across quicker, avoid the crowds during morning and evening weekday rush hours.