For more than a century, artists and creators have looked to Brooklyn as a place where their wildest dreams can take shape. From cutting-edge art, to innovative performances, to artisanal food and drink, we’ll explore the borough where no idea is too crazy and no dream is too big. On this uniquely curated trip, we’ll visit artist studios, learn Chinese knife skills before a feast at the Museum of Food and Drink, explore the iconic House of Yes, and fall through Alice’s looking glass with an immersive theatrical performance.
Our trip begins with welcome cocktails at 6 p.m. on Thursday, August 29. We recommend you arrive in Brooklyn on the afternoon of August 29, so you can settle into The Hoxton and meet us at Summerly on the roof for a welcome cocktail. Our trip concludes in the Morning on Sunday, September 1. If leaving Brooklyn following our tour, we recommend departing in the afternoon of Sunday, September 1.
This tour is moderately active. Travelers should be reasonably fit and feel comfortable walking three to five miles over the course of each day.
We'll be staying at The Hoxton, Williamsburg in Brooklyn. The Hoxton is a series of open-house hotels inspired by the diversity and originality of the streets and scenes that surround us.
All guests will have single accommodations at The Hoxton and guests who would like to share a room with a partner or travel companion can do so upon request. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.