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Brooklyn’s 19th Century Hidden Caves Will Open Their Doors To The Public On Saturday

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Brooklyn’s 19th Century Hidden Caves Will Open Their Doors To The Public On Saturday

There are still corners of the city that remain hidden to the vast majority of New Yorkers, this weekend, one of NYC’s deepest secret places opens it’s doors to the public.

We’ve written hundreds of articles about the secret areas of our cities, from street level hidden bars, to rooftop gardens, now a subterranean secret cave will open it’s doors to the public for one day only.

Few people know that 30 feet below Bergen Street in Brooklyn are a set of 19th century caves. On Saturday, Crown Finish Caves, a crown heights cheese maker/shop, is offering a singular experience, a chance to explore the antique caves where they age their cheese.

Tickets are for $70 and include wine and cheese tasting and Live performances by Ali Dineen & Joanna Sternberg. Proceeds from the event will go to Maple Street School Capital Campaign.

Featured image source [crownfinishcaves]