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“People love to visit & photograph the Unisphere (commissioned in 1964, NY World’s Fair)”
  • 84 lokale anbefaler
Sculpture Garden
“This little park is still a pretty well kept secret. Sculptures and pieces of arts along little pathways and between trees. Must see! (Check their website to make sure they’re not in between shows...)”
  • 126 lokale anbefaler
Botanical Garden
“Queens Botanical Garden is located at 43-50 Main Street in the neighborhood of Flushing, Queens. ”
  • 25 lokale anbefaler
Park
“Beautiful place to remove yourself from the city. A quiet and peaceful place. Walk around the lake before your days's excursions. ”
  • 11 lokale anbefaler
Park
“Alley Pond Park is the second-largest public park in Queens, New York City. It occupies 655.294 acres (265.188 ha), most of it acquired and cleared by the city in 1929, as authorized by a resolution of the New York City Board of Estimate in 1927.[1] The park is bordered to the east by Douglaston, to the west by Bayside, to the north by Little Neck Bay, and to the south by Union Turnpike. It is run and operated by the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation. The park contains the Queens Giant, an old tulip poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera) that is the tallest carefully measured tree in New York City and probably the oldest living thing in the New York metropolitan area.[2] Cross Islan”
  • 1 lokal anbefaler
Playground
“Cunningham Park is a 358-acre (1.45 km2) park in the New York City borough of Queens. The park lies between the Grand Central Parkway to the south and the Long Island Expressway, and is bifurcated by the Clearview Expressway. The park is operated by the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation. The land for the park was acquired by the city starting in the 1920s, and was originally named Hillside Park. The park was renamed for New York City Comptroller W. Arthur Cunningham.[1] The Long Island Motor Parkway provides a bike path through Cunningham Park, west to Kissena Park and east to Alley Pond Park, part of the Brooklyn-Queens Greenway. Mountain biking trails run throughout northern”
  • 8 lokale anbefaler
Park
“Public park featuring a scenic, riverside promenade, plus baseball fields & dog-friendly areas.”
  • 6 lokale anbefaler
Park
“Great views of East River, Queensboro Bridge and Roosevelt Island skyline. Day and night views are both stunning. it's a small family-friendly park that is closest to me. ”
  • 6 lokale anbefaler

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Playground
“Cunningham Park is a 358-acre (1.45 km2) park in the New York City borough of Queens. The park lies between the Grand Central Parkway to the south and the Long Island Expressway, and is bifurcated by the Clearview Expressway. The park is operated by the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation. The land for the park was acquired by the city starting in the 1920s, and was originally named Hillside Park. The park was renamed for New York City Comptroller W. Arthur Cunningham.[1] The Long Island Motor Parkway provides a bike path through Cunningham Park, west to Kissena Park and east to Alley Pond Park, part of the Brooklyn-Queens Greenway. Mountain biking trails run throughout northern”
  • 8 lokale anbefaler
Park
“The best kids' playground in the neighborhood, easy kids-wall climbing, water fountains, very colorful benches, lot of fun activity for kids. ”
  • 1 lokal anbefaler