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Citi Field
Replacing Shea Stadium, Citi Field opened in 2009 and is the new home to the New York Mets. View the seating chart, get ticket information and accessibility details, and more on the Met's website.
Discover Queens
Find out what's happening in Queens; get information on restaurants, attractions, shopping, tours, and hotels at
Flushing Town Hall
The Flushing Council on Culture and the Arts provides information on upcoming music, theater, and film events, in addition to cultural tours and educational opportunities.
Flushing Meadows Corona Park
Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens is 1,255 acres of athletic fields, landscaped meadows, lakes, fountains, playgrounds, stadia, museums, and a zoo.
Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge
More than 325 species of bird have been spotted in the 9,155 acres that comprise Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge, which is within the limits of New York City.
National Tennis Center
Home to the US Open, the National Tennis Center is open to the public for most of the year.
New York Hall of Science
Located in Queens, the New York Hall of Science is the City's only hands-on science and technology center, and features more than 400 exhibits.
NYRA Racetracks
The NYRA consists of The Aqueduct Racecourse in Jamaica, Queens, in addition to Belmont Park and Saratoga outside of New York City. Find ticketing, accessibility information, and more on its website.
Founded in 1971, PS1 Contemporary Art Center is one of the largest and oldest arts organizations in the United States solely devoted to contemporary art.
Queens Botanical Garden
Started as an exhibit in the 1939 World's Fair, the Queens Botanical Garden is 39 acres of gardens, including special activities for seniors, children, and bird lovers.
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