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Brooklyn Heights: African American Abolition and Self Determination is the second of four themed walking tours we are pleased to sponsor. Led by a stellar collection of storytellers with deep expertise, these tours will explore fascinating and often lesser-known moments in the history of Brooklyn Heights.


This series of October weekend walks is curated by Jeremy Lechtzin, BHA Vice President and chair of its Landmarks Preservation Committee.

Tour Dates

Saturday October 2 @ 11am Lucie Levine - Brownstones and Ballot Boxes: Suffrage and Women’s Activism in Brooklyn Heights REGISTER

Saturday October 9 @ 11am Suzanne Spellen - Brooklyn Heights: African American Abolition and Self Determination REGISTER

Saturday October 16 @ 11am Matt Postal - Beyond Brownstone: Overlooked Buildings in Brooklyn Heights REGISTER

Sunday October 24 @ 11am Hugh Ryan - A Queer History Walking Tour of Brooklyn Heights REGISTER


Space is limited to 25 participants per tour.

Tickets are  $25 for BHA members ($35 for non-members)

October 9th, 2021 11:00 AM   through   1:00 PM
In The Plaza Outside The Cadman Plaza West Exit Of The High Street Subway Station-A/c Lines,
Behind The Whitman Close Townhouses
United States
Walking Tour
Walking tour ticket
Ticket $ 35.00