The City’s largest and most culturally diverse borough, Queens is home to an extraordinary selection of cuisine, art museums and burgeoning neighborhoods, making it an exceptional place to explore. Queens County Farm Museum and Socrates Sculpture Park feature numerous outdoor activities for adults and children, from hayrides and seedling sales to open-air performances and exhibitions. Long Island City’s cultural mainstay, MoMA PS1, offers the best in experimental and experiential art, while The Noguchi Museum provides insights into a single artist’s body of work. For those looking for a fun excursion with the entire family, visit the Queens Zoo or the New York Hall of Science. And among high-profile sporting events taking place this summer are the annual US Open Tennis Championships, in Flushing Meadows–Corona Park, and Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game, at Citi Field.
Delectable Greek cuisine, vintage-chic shops, late-night sushi, classic films and an outdoor beer garden—Astoria has it all, and much more.
Outdoor fun, jazz history and authentic Italian ices await in this Queens neighborhood.
The bustling Queens neighborhood offers up a diverse mix of historical, cultural and dining adventures.
Find great art, dining and skyline views just one subway stop from Manhattan.
Packed with pubs, specialty shops and a range of food purveyors, Sunnyside features Mexican, Irish and Romanian cuisine.
Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden | bohemianhall.com | 718-274-4925
A 100-year-old outdoor beer hall serves up ale and Czech-inspired grub.
Louis Armstrong House Museum | louisarmstronghouse.org | 718-478-8297
Jazz legend’s former home pays tribute to his life and musical legacy.
Museum of the Moving Image | movingimage.us | 718-784-0077
Home to the nation’s largest collection of film, TV and digital images.
Queens Botanical Garden | queensbotanical.org | 718-886-3800
Forty acres of flora in a serene setting.
Queens Museum of Art | queensmuseum.org | 718-592-9700
Center for art, architecture and design in Flushing Meadows–Corona Park.
For more information, visit discoverqueens.info.