- TripBuzz found 638 things to do with kids in or near Queens, New York, including 610 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like New York City, Staten Island, Bronx and Brooklyn.
- From Forest Park Skate Park to Flushing Meadows Carousel, the Queens area offers 119 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Playgrounds, Dog Park and Amusement Parks (Kids).
- One of the largest boroughs in New York City, Queens has been included in many movies and films. This community is also important to the growth and development of African-American Culture. Thus, there is both an active Afrikan Poetry Theater and Black Theater Company in the community. Still, there is lots of diversity in and around Queens.
Built in 1862 and being 2 stories high, the Flushing Town Hall is the home of the Council on Culture and Arts. Exhibition and public events, such as jazz concerts, are held in here. It is included in the National Register of Historic Places.
Befitting its name, Kissena Corridor Park is a narrow park that links together two other city parks. This park, however, does offer visitors open green space, basketball courts, ball fields, and separate playground areas.
The College Point Multiplex Cinema is a movie theater that offers Sony 4K Projectors, a food court, and Digital Cinema on every screen. The theater also has party facilities and assistive listening devices for handicapped moviegoers.
A 48-lane bowling center, Whitestone Lanes offers open and league bowling along with private party and event hosting. The center provides a pro shop, a full bar, flat-screen televisions and a snack bar with food and drinks.
Woodtree Playground is so named for the prominent willow oak trees in the playground. Today, the playground holds dolphin animal art, play equipment with safety surfacing, a sprinkler area and a flagpole with a yardarm.
The Voelker Orth Museum is a small historical museum focused on preserving and educating the public on the cultural and horticultural heritage of Flushing. Attractions include various historical memorabilia and a well maintained Victorian era garden and bird sanctuary.