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#1 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Flushing
Beautiful tennis center, very friendly staff, and incredible close-up views of amazing tennis players.
Arthur Ashe Stadium is a magnificent structure but I really enjoyed getting a close up view of some of the greatest tennis players in the world playing in the smaller stadiums.
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#2 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Flushing
The view of the game was excellent from all areas of the stadium and there was a bonus view of the NYC skyline from the kids area and the upper levels.
Good views from anywhere you sit, but you can also just walk around and enjoy the game just as well.Club access gets you to a different selections of food and drinks.
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Unisphere New York City, NY 1.5 km away
#77 of 472 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
On a cloudy day, on a sunny day, snowing it really is a beautiful site.
#3 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Flushing
Flushing may sound intimidating because it's the last stop on the 7 train, but I have found the brief walk from the train station to this landmark venue to be easy and always exciting as you walk through one of th...
The city took fever to revive this landmark, and although lengthy, well worth it.
Arthur Ashe Stadium New York City, NY 1.6 km away
#149 of 472 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York City, NY 11.4 km away
#3 of 472 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
I love arts deeply and I visited the most beautiful museums in Europe, saw breathtaking beauties and discovered wonderful archaeological sites so I can say with conscience that the MET is an AMAZING museum!
... home to 20th century and contemporary art, and the Cloisters, perched on a tranquil hilltop at the North end of Manhattan, with spectacular views and medieval masterpieces including the famous Unicorn Tapestries.
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Astoria Park Astoria 7.9 km away
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Astoria
You can play tennis on brand new courts, you can go to a gigantic super clean swimming pool,you can bike ride on paths, you can go to Thurs niter concerts, jog around new track, enjoy spectacular views of bridge,w...
... of Central Park's Sheep Meadow, the quirkiness and activity buzz of Brooklyn's Prospect Park but a more intimate feel and picturesque scenery (crazy up-close view of the Triborough and Hell Gate Bridges anyone?!
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Central Park New York City, NY 11.7 km away
#2 of 472 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
It is a beautiful park, filled with meadows, trees, foliage, gardens, rocks and other formations, streams, lakes, ponds, bridges sculptures, statues stunning architecture and many historical sites.
The Alice in wonderland memorial is beautiful, the carousel is magical, the rowing boats on the lake is tranquil and there are lots of other sights to, the tribute to John Lennon, the boating lake where Stuart lit...
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