What is Made in Brooklyn Tours' COVID-19 policy?
Made in Brooklyn Tours operates with concern for the health and safety of our guests and the people and businesses that we visit. To this end, Made in Brooklyn Tours has taken the All in NYC: Stay Well Pledge and asks our guest to do so as well. Learn about the pledge here: COVID-19 Health & Safety
Are these food or beverage tours?
Strictly speaking, Made in Brooklyn Tours® are not culinary tours though there may be tasting opportunities. Food and drinks are not included in the ticket price and alcohol is strictly prohibited while we walk.
May I shop on the tour?
Absolutely! Guests are not discouraged from shopping for Made in Brooklyn souvenirs if it doesn't take too long. Shopping is just one of the ways we engage with the makers we'll visit.
How long is the tour? How much walking do we do?
Tours are three hours or less. We walk less than two miles and make frequent stops along the way.
Is the tour appropriate for children?
Made in Brooklyn Tours® are designed for adults 18 years and older.
Are tours offered in languages other than English?
While the tour is only in English that hasn't stopped visitors from around the world from having a good time!
What should I wear? What should I bring?
Dress appropriately for the weather, wear comfortable footwear and bring something to drink!
Are tips accepted?
Gratuities aren't included in the ticket price, but are greatly appreciated!
Can I get there by car?
Made in Brooklyn Tours® are accessible by public transportation. Driving to the tour is not recommended as parking may be difficult.
Where exactly do we go?
The itinerary and route varies and no two tours are the same.
Where do we end?
Made in Brooklyn Tours® end a short walk away from where we start near to public transportation.
Are there restrooms on the tour?
Please use the restroom before we start. Restrooms are available at different points along the way. If you need one, please go when we arrive at a place where one is available.
Are tours wheelchair and stroller accessible?
Unfortunately, the tour is difficult to navigate with a wheelchair or stroller.