My Tour Of Prospect HeightsThe Heart Of The City By : Shantel Destra Period 1
The Bailey Fountain The Fountain was named after a financier and philanthropist. His name was Frank Bailey. This fountain actually shoots water up in the air in the summer. This is one of the many sculptures/water work in Prospect Heights.
Studebaker Studebaker was a very well known wagon and auto mobile manufacture. But unfortunately the famous store shut down in 1966.
The Imperial The Imperial was constructed in 1892. In Those days the apartment building was not very popular. But it was in fact known for spacious unit the attracted a lot of people
Central Library Each year more than 1.5 million people visit this library Central Library is the biggest library In Brooklyn It opened up in 1941
Brooklyn Museum Second largest museum In Brooklyn and one of the largest in the united states. It is about 560,00 spare feet
Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Arch This is the grand entrance to the park. On this sight filled arch are sculptures of memorial people who fought in the
Brooklyn Botanic Garden 52 acre living Museum Opened un in 1910 and has more than 11,00 living plants.