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As New York City’s most international borough and home to people from all over the world, Queens has virtually every type of cuisine imaginable. Take a walking (and tasting) tour of Astoria’s Italian, Brazilian, Middle Eastern and Greek restaurants for just a sampling. A visit to the Museum of the Moving Image is a must, too; it’s the only institution in the US dedicated to the art, technology and social impact of film, television and digital media. In neighboring Long Island City, art buffs celebrate the life and work of sculptor Isamu Noguchi at the Noguchi Museum and stroll through nearby Socrates Sculpture Park. Summer is also an ideal time to see the borough’s lush side. Start at its largest park, Flushing Meadows Corona Park, which is home to recreational spaces like the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, plus theater, gardens and museums.

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Astoria
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astoria

Delectable Greek cuisine, vintage-chic shops, classic films and an outdoor beer garden—Astoria has them all, and much more.

Corona
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corona

Outdoor fun, jazz history and delicious Italian ices await in this Queens neighborhood.

Dining Along the 7 Train
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dining along the 7 train

Taste some of NYC's most authentic ethnic cuisine with a foodie's subway ride through Queens.

Flushing
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flushing

The bustling Queens neighborhood offers up a diverse mix of historical, cultural and dining adventures.

Forest Hills
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forest hills

Find classic eats, vintage fashions and sports history in this all-American neighborhood, the birthplace of Paul Simon, the Ramones and Spider-Man's alter ego, Peter Parker.

Jackson Heights
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jackson heights

Jackson Heights is a melting pot of international cultures—and offers plenty of tasty dining options.

Jamaica Bay and Rockaway Beach
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jamaica bay and rockaway beach

These areas are great places to surf, dine, cycle, fish, golf and enjoy all kinds of other outdoor fun, right here in NYC.

Long Island City
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long island city

Find great art, dining and skyline views just one subway stop from Manhattan.

Sunnyside
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sunnyside

Packed with pubs, specialty shops and a range of food purveyors, Sunnyside features Mexican, Irish and Romanian cuisine.


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  1. 1
    Museum of the Moving Image
    35th Ave. at 37th St.
    Queens – Astoria
    NY 11106
  2. 2
    The Noguchi Museum
    9 - 01 33rd Rd. @ Vernon Blvd.
    Queens – Long Island City
    NY 11106
  3. 3
    Socrates Sculpture Park
    32-01 Sculpture Park at Broadway; mail: P.O. Box 6259
    Queens – Long Island City
    NY 11106
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    USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center
    Flushing Meadows Corona Park
    Queens – Flushing
    NY 11368
  2. 5
    Flushing Meadows Corona Park
    111th St to Van Wyck Expy
    Queens – multiple locations
    NY 11375
  3. 6
    Louis Armstrong House Museum
    34-56 107th St.
    Queens – Corona
    NY 11368
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    Queens Theatre
    Flushing Meadows Corona Park
    Queens – Flushing
    NY 11368
  2. 8
    Queens Botanical Garden
    43-50 Main St.
    Queens – Flushing
    NY 11355

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