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You may have crossed it or someone may have tried to sell it to you, but have you ever taken a tour of the Brooklyn Bridge? This fascinating piece of architecture, which inspired the renowned Ken Burns’ documentary film, is accessible through Brooklyn Bridge Walking Tours. Two different tours are available both guided by licensed tour guide Alfred Pommer, who has 20 years experience researching and talking about the sites of the City.

The Brooklyn Bridge–Fulton Ferry Historic District Walking Tour lasts about two hours, while the Brooklyn Bridge–Ground Zero Walking Tour takes approximately three hours. Both delve into the past and present of this inspiring structure and New York’s rich history.

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