Museum of the Moving Image

The Museum of the Moving Image is the only museum in the United States devoted to studying the art, history, and technology of the moving image.

Flushing Meadows Corona Park

In order to host the New York World's Fair in 1939 and the New York World's Fair in 1964, Flushing Meadows-Corona Park was established.

Queens Botanical Garden

During the Queens World's Fair in 1939, this Garden was inaugurated. It was so well-liked that the official Queens Botanical Garden Society was established in 1946.

Queens Museum

The Queens Museum is committed to providing top-notch artwork and educational programs to a population that is incredibly varied in terms of its ethnicity, culture, and nationality.

New York Hall of Science

Due to its utilization of interactive technology and accessibility for kids of all ages, NYSCI is one of the top educational institutions in the US.

Citi Field

The professional baseball stadium Citi Field is situated in Queens. It serves as the Major League Baseball team's home ballpark for the New York Mets.

Alley Pond Park

Alley Pond Park is a breathtakingly lovely park with lots of trees and large grass areas that are excellent for playgrounds.

The Rockaways

Built in 1901, the well-known amusement park known as Rockaway Playland immediately gained popularity among locals.

USTA National Tennis Center

Its focal point is Arthur Ashe Venue, the biggest tennis stadium in the world with a capacity of close to 24,000.

Astoria Park

Astoria Park is well renowned for drawing people with its lovely pool, outdoor tennis courts, track, bandstand, several pathways, basketball courts, and playgrounds.