Things to Do in Queens, NY

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Grab some friends and use those brains to sort out a selection of puzzles, tricks, and more
1.1 Miles
81% 57 votes
Modern Art Museums New York City Building, Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens, NY 11368 MoreLess Info
The Queens Museum is a museum that presents art exhibitions, public programs, and educational experiences to the public. The museum is best known for its Panorama of the City of New York, a miniature 3-D representation of New York City.
9.3 Miles
90% 10 votes
Nature & Wildlife Areas West Pond, Cross Bay Blvd, Queens, NY 11693 MoreLess Info
Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge is a bird sanctuary with more than 330 avian species living over a variety of habitats, along with other native wildlife. They offer many ranger-led programs such as sunset tours, hikes, and boat trips.
1.2 Miles
97% 32 votes
Theaters 14 United Nations Avenue South, Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens, NY 11368 MoreLess Info
Queens Theatre resides in a structure originally built for the 1964 World's Fair. With three performance areas, the theatre accommodates a large variety of productions and events. Guests appreciate the quality performances, parking, and cleanliness.
3.3 Miles
100% 5 votes
Skate Parks 46 Woodhaven Blvd, Queens, NY 11385 MoreLess Info
Surrounded by trees, Forest Park Skate Park is a public skating facility that welcomes skateboards, roller blades and roller skates only. It has a concrete surface and features ramps, quarter pipes, grind rails, a half pipe and other obstacles.
3.9 Miles
100% 5 votes
Parks 3rd Ave & 147th Street, Queens, NY 11357 MoreLess Info
Named after the late Francis Lewis, Francis Lewis Park is a recreational park that features basketball courts, bathrooms, handball courts, and children's playgrounds. The park also includes spray showers and kayak launching sites.
6.7 Miles
100% 3 votes
Arts & Crafts Classes 21143 Jamaica Avenue, Queens, NY 11428 MoreLess Info
Fun Time Pottery is a paint it yourself pottery studio that allows visitors to select works of pottery that they paint themselves. The studio then fires the works for the painters to take home.
4.0 Miles
100% 4 votes
Parks Queens, NY MoreLess Info
Also known as the Vanderbilt Parkway, a toll road that was in service until 1938, Motor Parkway is now a park area with a wealth of hiking and biking trails through a scenic natural area.
1.7 Miles
87% 15 votes
Parks Grand Avenue, Queens, NY 11373 MoreLess Info
Opened in 2011, Elmhurst Park is a small neighborhood park that offers many different entertainment options for park-goers. These options include a large playground, jogging paths, a baseball field, and over 600 trees for shade.
3.4 Miles
83% 12 votes
Parks 159th St & 29th Avenue, Queens, NY 11358 MoreLess Info
Situated in a heavily wooded area, Bowne Park features a lake that can be used to fish and to view wildlife such as geese, swans and turtles. It has basketball and bocce courts, a playground and picnic areas.
13.1 Miles
71% 45 votes
Historic Districts Fort Tilden, Queens, NY 11239 MoreLess Info
Visitors can take a wooden staircase down to the enjoy the sandy beaches of Fort Tilden. The park includes a gravel path for biking and fort buildings from the Vietnam War era.
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