Getting to Victorian Flatbush
Q train to Beverley Rd, Cortelyou Rd, or Newkirk Ave: see the 2012 Tour Map for location of stations.
Alert: There is planned work on the Q line for the Studio Tour Weekend, with trains from Manhattan running express from Church Ave to Newkirk Ave. Either get off at Newkirk to start the tour, or travel back toward the skipped stations. Trains stop at all stations in the Manhattan-bound direction. More details are at www.mta.info. Another alternative is to get off at Church Ave. and walk through our lovely neighborhood towards Beverley.
Note: the B train does not run in Brooklyn on weekends.
From other lines:
A, C trains in Brooklyn: Change at Franklin Ave for the Shuttle, at Prospect Park (other end of the line), change for the Q.
2, 3, 4, 5 trains in Brooklyn: Change at Franklin Ave for the Shuttle to Prospect Park, change for the Q.
J, Z, L trains in Brooklyn: Change at Broadway Junction for the C train, follow directions above.
D, M, N, R, 2, 3, 4, 5, and Long Island Railroad trains: Change at Atlantic/Pacific Sts for the Q.
F train in Manhattan: Change at 34th St for the Q.
F, G trains in Brooklyn: Take the train to Church
Ave, Ditmas Ave, or 18th Ave. Walk, or take a bus (B8 at 18th Ave.), east to Coney Island
The following buses run through the neighborhood.
B68 runs along Coney Island Ave from Coney Island to Prospect Park SW/Prospect Park W.
B16 runs along Caton Ave from Fort Hamilton/Bay Ridge to Empire Blvd.
B35 runs along Church Ave from Brownsville to Sunset Park
B103 runs along Cortelyou Rd. from Canarsie to Downtown Brooklyn.
B8 runs along Foster Ave from Brownsville/Remsen Villiage to Fort Hamilton/Bay Ridge.
B41 runs along Flatbush Ave from Downtown to Kings Plaza.
More information on bus and subway routes is available at www.mta.info.
Take the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway to the Prospect Expressway.
Prospect Expressway becomes Ocean Parkway after Church Avenue. Turn left onto Beverley Rd
(the first possible left after the end of the Expressway). Drive several
short blocks to Coney Island Ave. Cross Coney Island Ave. Several of the
artists' studio are along Beverley (see 2012 Tour Map) and from there you can walk or drive through the neighborhood.
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