The Brooklyn Nets

Founded as the New Jersey Americans in 1967, the franchise now known as the Brooklyn Nets moved to New York in 2012.

Situated in the thriving New York borough of Brooklyn, the Nets play their games at the Barclays Center – a modern facility only opened in 2012 – allowing the NBA fan the chance to experience the best of what the NBA and NYC have to offer.

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Your Trip. Your Way.

This is not your standard package holiday. All itineraries are custom made to your specifications. Naturally, flight, hotel, and game tickets form the basis of most packages but why stop there? Want to check out the local sites? Want to catch two games in the area or follow your team around the country? We can do that. Our passion is designing your perfect Brooklyn Nets trip!

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Things To Do

New York City never sleeps so there is plenty for you to see and do during your stay. There are definite must sees for first time visitors so be sure to give yourself time to see as much as you can.

For repeat NYC visitors who are ready to explore the many layers of this multi-faceted city that many tourists don’t see, there is still so much to see. Venture beyond the boundaries of Manhattan and discover a fascinating world of ethnic, culinary, and cultural delights in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island. Experience more of a local neighbourhood by choosing a hotel outside midtown.

Ideas for First Timers:

  • The Empire State Building
  • Statue of Liberty/Ellis Island
  • Ground Zero: 9/11 Memorial
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art
  • Central Park
  • Times Square
  • Take in a Broadway Show
  • Grand Central Station
  • Explore a neighbourhood such as SoHo, The Village or 5th Ave. etc..

Ideas for Repeat Visitors:

  • Ride Staten Island Ferry
  • Top of the Rock Observation Deck
  • The Cloisters
  • Grand Central Station
  • Rockefeller Center
  • Museum of Modern Art
  • The Apollo Theater
  • Explore Arthur Avenue in the Bronx, the “real” Little Italy
  • Ride the Cyclone at Luna Park in Coney Island
  • Explore the Museum of Moving Image in Queens
  • Relax and learn at Snug Harbor Cultural Center in Staten Island
  • Take a walking or tasting tour
  • Bike around New York City
  • Take in an Off-Broadway performance