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Fort Greene Park

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Visitors Center at Fort Greene ParkDekalb Avenue, Washington Park, Myrtle Avenue & St. Edwards Street(718) 722-3218
Open seven days a week from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

By car: From the Manhattan Bridge: Drive straight onto Flatbush Avenue, make a left on Myrtle Avenue, and the park will be on your right after five blocks.
From the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (BQE): Take the Manhattan Bridge/Tillary Street exit. Make a left on Flatbush Avenue, then a left on Myrtle Avenue.

Public transportation: Take the BMQR trains to Dekalb Avenue. The park and visitors center is then about 5 blocks north on Dekalb. OR Take the C train to Lafayette or the G train to Fulton and walk two blocks west.
Bus: Take the B38 bus on Dekalb or the B54 bus on Myrtle Avenue to the park.

Directions to Fort Greene Park

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ParkFort Greene Park

The Willoughby Avenue entrance and pathways are open to the public. Perimeter chain link fencing remains through spring 2016 to allow new lawns to establish. This project improved the entrance, park paths, landscape elements, and drainage issues in Fort Greene Park.
Anticipated Completion: Summer 2016

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