Dead Horse Bay In New York Is Covered In Millions Of Glass Bottles And Other Treasures

When you think about visiting a beach in New York, you probably think of pristine sand with incredible ocean views. Dead Horse Bay in Brooklyn might be a bit bizarre, but it’s offbeat flare has locals loving it for decades. This Big Apple beach is covered in millions of broken glass bottles, as well as other pieces of “trash” that have become a treasure to many. While some might not give this “treasure trove” a second glance, this bottle-filled beach actually has an interesting history. This beach is an important relic and is littered with remnants of Brooklyn’s past. Let’s learn more about New York’s Dead Horse Bay, and plan a visit to see it yourself in person.

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Did you know about the history behind this Brooklyn treasure beach? Have you ever been to Dead Horse Bay? We’d love to hear your thoughts and experiences in the comments!

Address: Dead Horse Bay, Brooklyn, NY 11234, USA