With adventurous art, international cuisine, gorgeous parks and world-class sporting events, Queens features attractions to satisfy nearly every taste. Sports lovers can watch the New York Mets play baseball at Citi Field and, in a venue nearly adjacent, see the US Open host the world’s best tennis players. But in Queens, every day can be an event, whether you’re sampling the delectable Greek cuisine of Astoria or authentic Chinese food in Flushing. View inventive art at MoMA PS1 and Socrates Sculpture Park in Long Island City, and take in the stunning flora at the Queens Botanical Garden.
The diverse borough is filled with great cuisine from all over the globe.
A 3-hour adventure through Brooklyn and Queens neighborhoods learning about Graffiti and street art.
Visiting New York focusing exclusively in Manhattan means you will leave most of the beauty of this cosmopolitan city out. This tour allows you to visit some of the places that have built the history of New York. On this 4 hour and 30 minute bus ride, see the sights of the Bronx, Queens and Brooklyn.
The New York Beer and Brewery Tour is an upbeat, fascinating and unique weekend bus tour that visits some of the best breweries in New York City. Guests enjoy a variety of craft beer tastings and great food, along with behind-the-scenes access to breweries, and a rare glimpse at remnants from New York’s rich beer history. The tour has 4 stops, which includes 3 craft breweries and 1 specialty craft beer bar for a meat and cheese pairing. This is a great experience for both the beer snob and the beer novice alike.
Delve into Queens with an excursion through Long Island City – one of NYC’s hottest new districts. Experience the unique vibe on a 2 hour walk through the neighborhood. Feel the ongoing transformation: a vast forgotten industrial zone revitalized into a top place to live, work and play. See how old factories and infrastructure are now giving way to parks, hi-rise towers and cultural institutions. By the end of this tour you will have discovered why Queens is quickly and quietly becoming the new cool!
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