We had a great time here. They have a wide range of whiskeys and gins with grains, botanicals, and aging processes you won't find anywhere else. Definitely interesting for those who want to experience different styles and possibilities of whiskey. The staff are knowledgeable, friendly and relaxed.
Tour took about 1 1/2 hours (you must go in with a guide, tour times and prices are on their website) very easy walking path. The cave is very extensive with giant and spacious rooms. The stalagmite and stalactite formations are more impressive the farther into the caves you go. Especially loved the "Goliath" and "pipe organ" formations.
Lots of graffiti everywhere, but I'd say you have to walk a little bit in between the big murals. In the alleyway of Mandela Pkwy & 20th St there are some AMAZING iron sculptures. Over 20ft tall humanoid sculptures that are truly breathtaking. I found a Buddha, giant iron plants, and two women with epic chain dreadlocs. Definitely worth going down the alley, although it doesn't look like more than a parking lot when you're at the start of it. Definitely worth stopping, if you're walking, Adeline St. has some great art along the length of it.
Gorgeous alley. A lot of activist messages and a wide range of different styles. Repainted every few weeks. Definitely walk through, sunset hits it perfectly.
Phenomenal little museum! Wonderful for anyone with a passion for comics, superheroes or just a nostalgia for childhood
Really interesting use of common road signs. Beautiful and unique, definitely worth stopping at!
The sculpture park is beautiful! It's worth stopping by and looking at the cool sculptures along the trails. There is a nice variety of sculptures in a really nice area. It's a hidden gem in nowhere New York.