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Monday, December 25, 2023

Queens, New York attractions

  Rajesh Kumar Rana       Monday, December 25, 2023


Queens, New York attractions
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It is the largest and second most populous district in New York. It is ethnically very diverse, with half of the population immigrant, so it’s no surprise that the city’s second largest Chinese and Indian quarters are located here. Queens is a district full of residential buildings, garden towns and business districts. Although its size is huge, it does not hide many attractions, but among the few there are several that are suitable for quality time.

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Here are the top attractions in New York, Queens

1. American Film Museum

This museum, unique in America, specializes in film art, television, and digital media. It showcases the technology of filmmaking and film screening, as well as the effects of media on American culture.

The museum’s huge collection includes cinematic props such as the Empire Strikes Back Yoda puppets and William Wylner’s Ben Hurri chariot.

Address:- 36-01 35th Ave, Queens, NY 11106, United States

📞 +1 718-777-6800

2. Citi Field

The two-time World Series-winning New York Mets baseball team moved to its new stadium in 2009, to Citi Field, built to replace the parking lot of their former home, Shea Stadium. The stadium was built for $ 900 million and, together with the stands, can accommodate 45,000 spectators.

Walking around the stadium is not a bad program, but it is still worth coming to a match.

Address:- 41 Seaver Way, Queens, NY 11368, United States

📞  +1 718-507-8499


3. Flushing Meadows – Corona Park

New York’s third largest park is Flushing Meadosw-Corona Park, home to the 1939-40 and then the 1964-65 World’s Fair. Of the latter, it preserves two famous sights: the Unisphere Globe and the New York State Pavilion. Here stands Citi Field, as well as the district’s zoo and several museums.

There are also tennis courts in the park where the US Open grand slam tournaments are held.

Address:- Between Grand Central Pkwy and, Van Wyck Expy, 11354, United States

📞  +1 718-760-6565


4. Louis Armstrong House

The former home of jazz legend Louis Armstrong is located in the working-class Corona neighborhood and can now be visited as a museum. The musician lived here with his wife, Lucille, from 1943 until his death in 1971.

The building showcases Armstrong’s work and includes its own music collection.

Address:- 34-56 107th St, Corona, NY 11368, United States

📞 +1 718-478-8274


5. New York Hall of Science

The Science Hall is located in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park. The building opened for the 1964-65 World's Fair, then it was used to showcase space research, but in 1985 it was converted into a science museum. The museum preserves several artifacts of the exhibition, rich in physics, chemistry and biology.

The most famous pieces in the collection, two launchers, are outside the hall. One is the Atlas of the Mercury program and the other is the Titan of the Gemini program.

Address:-  47-01 111th St, Queens, NY 11368, United States

📞  +1 718-699-0005


6. Unisphere

Queens New York attractions

The world’s largest globe is one of the main attractions of Flushing Meadows-Corona Park. Unisphere was built for the 1964-65 World’s Fair and has since stood in a central part of the park, surrounded by a fountain.

The stainless steel structure is forty-three meters high, clearly visible from most points in the park.

Address:- Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, Corona, NY 11368, USA

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