Tour takes you into the Bossert!

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Now this is a house tour with class.

This year’s Brooklyn Heights Association’s journey through some of the neighborhood’s poshest digs includes, for the first time, an inside look at the Hotel Bossert.

The fabled Montague Street hotel, where the Brooklyn Dodgers famously celebrated their lone World Series win in 1955, has been off limits for years and is currently owned by the Jehovah’s Witnesses, who have put it on the block.

Only the grand lobby of the 99-year-old edifice will be on display, but the gorgeously restored foyer (pictured) is worth the $30 tour ticket price itself.

The Brooklyn Heights Association’s 23rd annual house tour is on Saturday, May 10, 1–5 pm. Tickets for the self-guided tour are $30. Call (718) 858-9193 for info.

Updated 5:06 pm, July 9, 2018
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