WHEN CAN I SEE WATERS OF A LOWER REGISTER?
The project will run daily December 17–20 from 4:30pm–1:00am. Waters of a Lower Register loops every 13 minutes, but you are invited to stay as long as you would like until park close at 1:00am.
In the case of hazardous winds or inclement weather, we will announce closure plans on our social media platforms, @creativetime on Instagram and @creativetime on Twitter.
The project will proceed rain or shine. In the case of hazardous winds, we will announce closure plans on our social media platforms, @creativetime on Instagram and @creativetime on Twitter.
WHAT COVID-19 MEASURES WILL BE IN PLACE DURING THE PROJECT?
The health and safety of our team and you, our visitors, is our top priority! Creative Time and Brooklyn Bridge Park are following the recommendations and guidelines of health experts, as well as the relevant city, state, and federal agencies, and have put a few processes in place for your visit.
To protect each other, our entire team will be wearing masks at all times. Unfortunately, you will not be able to visit the project without wearing a protective face covering and adhering to social distancing measures. There will be free masks available for those who arrive without.
WHAT BARRIERS TO ACCESS, PHYSICAL OR OTHER, SHOULD I BE AWARE OF BEFORE COMING?
Creative Time is proactively taking steps towards making all programs and projects more accessible and inclusive, and we are proud to be hosted by venues and working with artists who are doing the same. We recognize that there are many ways to consider access, and are committed to providing open and transparent information related to accessibility. If after reading the information below you still have questions you’d like our help with, please reach out to email@example.com, and we will do our best to accommodate your request.
HOW DO I GET TO WATERS OF A LOWER REGISTER?
Waters of a Lower Register is located at Brooklyn Bridge Park, Pier 3. After arriving at Brooklyn Bridge Park, follow the walkway until you see the sign for Pier 3. To reach Waters of a Lower Register, walk to the northwest corner of the park, close to the water.
If you’re driving or using a ride-share, set your GPS to Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 3 or 360 Furman Street Brooklyn, NY and exit on the west side of the building. Parking is extremely limited in the area. There are metered spaces available in the parking lot on Furman Street near Pier 2. Paid parking is available at lots under Squibb Bridge and at Pier 6, located on the south side of 360 Furman Street.
If you’re traveling by subway, take the 2, 3, to Clark St station; the R to Court St station; the 4, 5, to Borough Hall station; or the A, C, D, F, to Jay St-MetroTech station. Both Borough Hall and Jay St-MetroTech stations are ADA accessible.
To travel to Waters of a Lower Register by bus, take the B25, B61, B63, B67 routes.
You can also take the Citywide Ferry or the Governors Island Ferry to get to Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 1 and walk to Pier 3.
WHAT SHOULD I BRING?
Please wear your face covering, and we recommend that you dress warmly. Waters of a Lower Register is experienced outdoors.
There is no onsite storage available but Brooklyn Bridge Park offers lockers at Pier 2 that are available to store your possessions. The lockers at Pier 2 are accessible for 25 cents.
ARE THERE PUBLIC RESTROOMS?
Yes, Brooklyn Bridge Park has public restrooms at Pier 6 at Fornino, in the Boathouse in the Pier 5 Uplands, in the orange building on Pier 2, in Empire Stores, and in 99 Plymouth.
IS THERE ANYWHERE NEARBY TO EAT?
Yes! There are lots of places to eat throughout Brooklyn Bridge Park. Please browse through all the concessions and nearby eateries here.
IS WATERS OF A LOWER REGISTER SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES?
Waters of a Lower Register is recommended for audiences of all ages.