Sunlight Fine Rug Care and Restoration is located in Brooklyn New York. We are very proud of our city and would like to show you some sites. if you’re new to the area and need a place to go while we clean your rugs or carpet we have several ideas for you. Just to let you know we have a variety of services designed just for your needs. Our services consist of hardwood floor cleaning, drapery cleaning, upholstery cleaning, Water damage and restoration. Tile and Grout, and more. We will be putting several places of interest in blog posts so come back often.
Deno’s Wonder Wheel Amusement Park
Deno’s Wonder Wheel Amusement Park, 3059 W 12th St, Brooklyn, NY 11224, United States
Deno’s Wonder Wheel Amusement Park is an amusement park in Brooklyn, New York City, United States. It is located near the shore of the Atlantic Ocean adjacent to the boardwalk and Historic Brighton Beach neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York City. The park’s name is derived from its main attraction, the Wonder Wheel, built-in 1920. This amusement park boasts a historical Ferris wheel as well as carnival rides. It features 16 kiddie rides, including 12 family rideshare parks features six adult rides and 16 kiddie rides, including a dozen family rides that parents and children can ride together. The Wonder Wheel is the main attraction of the park. Deno’s Wonder Wheel Amusement Park is named for its main attraction, the Wonder Wheel, a 150-foot (46 m) wheel built-in 1920. And it’s a 4-min walk from Luna Park, Coney Island.
Fort Greene Park
Fort Greene Park is a city-owned and operated park with over 30.2 acres in the Fort Greene neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York City. It is one of the first parks to be built in an urban area in the United States. The park features a variety of recreational facilities, including a playground, basketball courts, and a dog run. It also contains several monuments and historical landmarks, including the Prison Ship Martyrs’ Monument and the Brooklyn Navy Yard Gatehouse.
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Fort Greene Park, Dekalb Avenue &, S Portland Ave, 11205, United States
Smorgasburg Brooklyn is an open-air food market that started as an offshoot of Brooklyn Flea. It’s an excellent experience for all the foodies out there. Every Saturday, the market takes place in an empty lot, and dozens of vendors sell their food and wares. It was initially started in 2011 by Jonathan Butler and Eric Demby as an offshoot of Brooklyn Flea Market.
Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY, USA
Brooklyn’s Bushwick is known for its vibrant (sometimes gritty) arts scene, affordable studios and warehouse spaces for artists, and the indie music venues that have made this neighborhood cool. Bushwick Collective is located in Brooklyn’s New York City borough right off of Flushing Avenue. The best route involves taking the L train of the subway line to the Jefferson Avenue station. It’s free to come to Bushwick Collective and hang out, shop, or visit during a Bushwick Collective Block Party. The Block Parties are free (also free to attend and participate).
Urban Glass, 647 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY 11217, United States
Urban Glass, located in Fulton Street in the historic 1918 Strand Theatre in the Downtown Brooklyn Cultural District, is the world’s most prominent artist glass studio and the New York metropolitan area’s premier glass-blowing facility. Urban Glass was founded in the early 20th century by a group known as the New York Experimental Glass Workshop. It is now home to more than 200 artists and hosts as many as 500 art students for regular classes. Urban Glass shares the Strand Theater with the BRIC Arts Center, reopening in October 2013.
The map below will show you how to get to the places we recommend. Have fun