Pratt Institute’s Sculpture Park, the largest in New York City, stretches across the 25-acre Brooklyn campus. The Institute’s lush, green lawns and historical buildings provide an excellent backdrop for the 50 sculptures that fill the park each year.
Full of boutique cafes, wine bars, and unique little shops, this vibrant and charming neighborhood is a magnet for professionals and artists alike. A crowning jewel of Clinton Hill is the Pratt Institute—home to many famous designers and architects—where the public can admire their sculptures and rose gardens. Grab a nice meal and listen to live music at Sisters or try one of the over 40 beers on tap at the Brooklyn Tap House while cheering on your favorite sports team!