The borough may have New York City's only two airports, but there's so much more to see and do in Queens than just flying in and out. From museums to galleries and live entertainment, Queens has it all.
The Isamu Noguchi Garden Museum celebrates the life and work of Isamu Noguchi (1904-1988). Noguchi was born in 1904, and continued making sculpture until his death in 1988. His career of more than sixty years intersected some of the crucial persons and places of our time. Nogu...32-37 Vernon Boulevard (entrance at 9-01 33rd Road), Long Island City (across from Costco and Socrates Sculpture Garden) (33rd Road)
The American Museum of the Moving Image is dedicated to educating the public about the art, history, technique, and technology of film, television, and digital media, and to examining their impact on culture and society. It achieves these goals by maintaining the nation's largest...35th Avenue at 37th Street
For over twenty years P.S.1 has been a defining force in New York's cultural life. It combines a world-class exhibition program, a prestigious National and International Artist Studio Program, and a broad spectrum of education and public programs that serve many audiences. Founde...22-25 Jackson Ave.
Citi Field, the new baseball stadium for the New York Mets next to the demolished Shea Stadium in Flushing, was completed in time for opening day in Spring 2009. Designed by Kansas City-based HOK Sport, an architectural firm specializing in the design of public assembly spaces an...123-01 Roosevelt Ave.
Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs (DGCP) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting contemporary visual arts to a broad public audience.1103 45th Ave
The Queens Zoo, a tribute to American animals, opened to the public on June 25, 1992. It was the second of three "city zoos" to be renovated and operated by Wildlife Conservation Society, through a partnership with the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation. Unlike t...53-51 111th Street
The Queens Museum of Art was established in 1972 by a group of Queens community leaders to provide a vital cultural center in Flushing Meadows Corona Park for the borough's unique, international population. The Museum is situated in the New York City Building, the only major stru...Flushing Meadows Corona Park
The necessary performance venue for the similarly named arts department at Queens College, the Kupferberg Center brings a burst of cultural brilliance to the borough.65-30 Kissena Blvd
The professional performers, technicians, and artists—plus a battalion of volunteers—strive to bring theater and entertainment to their native Queens in the best way: by doing it themselves. APAC's non-profit, community-aimed programs even include programs for getting kids involv...34-23 Steinway St