Boroughs & Neighborhoods

Queens

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.

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Neighborhood Guides in Queens

Astoria

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Astoria

Queens’ traditionally Greek neighborhood has film industry fun.

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Corona

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Corona

Find Latin cuisine, museums and outdoor fun in the shadow of the Unisphere.

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Flushing

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Flushing

Queens’ Chinatown also serves as the Mets’ home base.

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Forest Hills

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Forest Hills

This corner of Queens birthed the Ramones, Simon & Garfunkel and (sort of) Spider-Man.

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Jackson Heights

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Jackson Heights

Dine at some of the City’s best South Asian restaurants in Queens’ melting pot.

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Jamaica

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Jamaica

Vibrant cultures intersect in central Queens.

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Long Island City

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Long Island City

Queens’ once-industrial waterfront is now home to cultural attractions and skyline views.

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The Rockaways

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The Rockaways

Beaches, fishing spots, laid-back restaurants—all can be found within city limits.

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Sunnyside

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Sunnyside

The traditionally Irish neighborhood has a verdant vibe.

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