Directions to the Brooklyn Heights Synagogue
131 Remsen Street, Brooklyn NY 11201
2/3/4/5 TRAINS to Boro Hall
Take the Holland Tunnel ($4.00) into Manhattan. Go around circle when you get out of tunnel and take the right exit off circle for ‘Downtown and Brooklyn’. You will see 1st Police Precinct on the right hand side and you will probably get stopped at the traffic light. Go through the traffic light continuing straight on Ericcson Street. You will see a sign for ‘Tribeca Park’, which is basically an island in the middle of the street, stay to the right at the island and continue straight (you will notice that Ericcson Street has now changed names and has become Walker Street). Continue going straight, you will cross 6th Avenue, Broadway and then you will turn right onto Lafayette Street. Take Lafayette Street all the way, and in about four minutes you will see that Lafayette Street is turning into the Brooklyn Bridge.
From the Merrit Parkway or 95 get on the Hutchinson River Parkway (also called 684) to the Whitestone Bridge. Once go over the Whitestone Bridge, bear right and get on the Whitestone Expressway. Take the Whitestone Expressway to the Grand Central, past LaGuardia Airport. Get on the BQE , go towards Brooklyn and get off at the Atlantic Avenue exit. Take a right at the exit, then take a right at Atlantic Avenue. Take a left onto Hicks Street, and then a right onto Remsen Street. The Synagogue is located on the left hand side at 131 Remsen Street.
Synagogue is on left hand side, 131 Remsen Street.
Take the Cadman Plaza West/ Brooklyn Bridge exit, EXIT 28, toward Brooklyn Bridge.
Turn left onto Old Fulton Street and under BQE overpass.
Continue to follow Cadman Plaza West and make first right turn after overpass onto Henry Street.
Continue on Henry Street about 6 blocks.
Turn left onto Remsen Street.
NEARBY PARKING GARAGES:
180 Montague Street
Between Court & Clinton (on the left, past Garden of Eden)
134 Schermerhorn Street
Central Parking Systems
24 hr Garage
300 Cadman Plaza West
between Library and One Pierrepont Plaza building