Welcome to Red Hook, a neighborhood with a fascinating past and dynamic present!

Red Hook WaterStories is a virtual guide to both past and present of this special neighborhood created by PortSide NewYork. We cover the past via our maritime aka "WaterStories" theme.

You can search by

  1. The map (click the layers at upper right)
  2. Drop down menus at the top. Shops & Services has all the retail, art & nonprofits.
  3. To browse by subject, select Explore the Past from top menu, then click Browse Subjects in the popup menu
  4. Red Hook folks, get your flood prep/resiliency,  info here.

The maritime nonprofit PortSide NewYork is located on the historic ship MARY A. WHALEN, the red, white and green ship in Atlantic Basin near this map. Keep a look out for our black ship cat Chiclet.

Come enjoy the deck of our historic ship, an oil tanker that is the last of her kind in the USA, for #TankerTime. BYOB and food. 

See our program calendar here.

Info on volunteering here.

Please support our hurricane Sandy recovery project here or make a general donation here.

Below the map is a document about houses of worship in Red Hook and nearby.




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