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Van Alst Playground has numerous amenities including several basketball courts, two jungle gyms, swings, sitting areas with benches and game tables, and a flagpole flying numerous flags. The area is draped with London plane trees.
Home to wide hitting cages and on site-batting coaches, Prime Time Baseball Complex offers the sports enthusiast time up to bat. The center's cages can be rented by the half hour and the complex also offers Zumba classes.
65% 196 votes
32-01 Vernon Boulevard, Long Island City, NY 11106 MoreLess Info
The only area in metropolitan New York where artists can exhibit large scale sculptures or installations, the Socrates Sculpture Park is also the place where live performances are held, and various public events are organized. In there are also gardens which can be visited.
Dedicated to Japanese-American sculptor Isamu Noguchi, the Noguchi Museum features 13 galleries and an outdoor sculpture garden. In here there are exhibited 297 of his works, making this the largest collection of these artist's works.
Hosting skate camps and hockey leagues, City Ice Pavilion has its rink open to the public for freestyle ice skating. The pavilion also offers a side studio rink that can be rented for private parties of up to 6 people.
80% 93 votes
47 11 Van Dam Street, Long Island City, NY 11101 MoreLess Info
Indoor Extreme Sports offers paintball, zombie lasertag, arena lasertag, black ops lasertag, and more. Guests can enjoy adrenaline pumping games in a unique indoor atmosphere that brings the challenges to life.
Rainey Park has several walkways, biking paths, basketball courts, and a soccer field. The park is also known for the unique views it gives of the East River and Roosevelt Island, which can be viewed from the benches.