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Visitors can explore the mini-zoo and nature trails at this center which also has special programs for children and adults throughout the year.
Exhibits reflecting the ethnic diversity of the College, community, and the role art plays in the cultural history of people. The collections are primarily based on American...
Located in historic Weeping Beach Park this c1785 farmhouse is home to the Queens Historical Society and features exhibits pertaining to the history of Queens, NY.
Visitors can explore 12 miles of public beach and boardwalk, along with the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge and Ft. Tilden. This is the only surfing location in New York City.
This historic house museum built in 1661 was the home of John Bowne, religious freedom advocate and displays furnishings from the 17th-19th centuries along with artifacts,...
Betsayda Machado is an icon of Afro-Venezuelan music and culture. Experience the passion, color, and contagious beats of the Afro-Venezuelan soul through traditional rhythms and...
On a landscape of 39 acres which consists of flora and fauna of nature's wonders for visitors to view.
Since 2007. Open-air market featuring a wide variety of farm fresh fruits and vegetables, flowers and plants, herbs, and more. The market is held on Friday from early July to...
The archives exhibits the personal collection of Louis Armstrong's trumpets, photographs and memorabilia.
This college art center located in the Benjamin S. Rosenthal Library at Queens College exhibits a variety of shows on modern and contemporary art.
Collections of ancient Near-Eastern, Asian, Western and contemporary art, graphics, paintings, glass, sculpture and prints.
See collections of ship models, paintings and artifacts realting to American Merchant Marine, National Maritime Hall of Fame, a collection of period nautical instruments, a Sperry...
This historic c1772 Adriance farmhouse displays farm animals, a historic orchard, 19th and 20th century farm tools and household artifacts.