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A great NYC park for people-watching, this was the site of previous World Fairs and offers visitors bicycle paths, the Queens Wildlife Conservation Center, a carousel, freshwater fishing, indoor ice-skating rink and marina.
Queens, New York hosts an epic playground, Flushing Meadows Corona Park, for everyone’s unique desires. This 897 acre park is the 4th largest public park in NYC. It was once host to the 1939 & 1964 World’s Fair and Shea Stadium. It currently houses Citifield...More
This site was on my must visit list for my next NYC trip, and here I am! The park is very beautiful with old growth trees and carefully tended flower gardens. Highlight is the Unisphere and it’s fountains, the are fabulous! We also enjoyed the...More
Arrived here wanting to view the Unisphere. First parking lot was on the opposite side of park and interior roads were blocked. Headed back to the confusing highway system and finally got there. Be sure to search for Unisphere. Lots of people walking around and...More
Visitors and residents of New York tend to focus on Manhattan, but there are great places to visit in Queens. We went to the science museum in Queens (NYSCI), which was free on Sunday between 10-11 am (parking was $10), and which was really interesting...More
Corona Park is one of the best parks in queens. Overtime I go there, there is something going on. If it is not a local soccer match it is a festival or even a family BBQ. By the way I had one of my biggest...More
We visited this park timely for Cherry Blossom, I just google how to come here from our hotel in Flushing, it's just about 12 minutes walk and I was surprised because I never thought there's cherry blossom in this park. It's a wide park with...More
I took the 7 train from Grand Central to Flushing to see what remains of the 1939 World's Fair. Sadly only one building remains from that time, but there are skeletons of the Fair held in 1963. The whole site is very well maintained and...More
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Not much for free.You can see some of the early space rockets that were launched by walking in the park. There is also the Queens Zoo within the park where you can see some of the farm animals from outside without entering... More
Not much for free.You can see some of the early space rockets that were launched by walking in the park. There is also the Queens Zoo within the park where you can see some of the farm animals from outside without entering the zoo. The zoo is relatively inexpensive, $8 for adults and $5 for kids.If you decide to go, there is only a small expensive sandwich place to eat. There are two sides of the zoo, one farm animals, the other wild animals both for that admission price. Other than that there is the Globe, playgrounds, and some small bodies of water. I don't know about the Tennis Center.