The Endless Attractions in Queens
Enjoy One of the World’s Most Diverse Cities
If you live in the New York City metropolitan area, you know there’s no place like the borough of Queens. With more than two million residents, it trails only Los Angeles, Chicago and neighboring borough Brooklyn among the largest cities in the country. A lot of cities claim that you can do anything there—in Queens, it’s not an idle boast, it’s a reality. And with easy access to Manhattan, your world just got a whole lot bigger! Here are just a few of the many ways to experience Queens.
There Are Lots of Ways to Have Fun in Queens
- Sports and Leisure: Queens is a sports lover’s paradise. Catch the “Amazin'” Mets at Citi-Field or come to Flushing Meadows in August and September for the U.S. Open, the greatest (and probably the loudest) tennis championships in the world. There’s also the Aqueduct, home to world-class horse racing.
- Historic landmarks: Queens is home to 11 historic districts, as well as more than 100 places listed on the National Register of Historic Places, from the Louis Armstrong House and Grace Episcopal Church and Graveyard to King Mansion and the Queens General Court House.
- Arts and culture: Queens has long been a vibrant musical mecca, from the jazz of Ella Fitzgerall, Charlie Parker and Louis Armstrong to the hip-hop of Run-D.M.C , LL Cool J, and 50 Cent. The Black Spectrum Theater Company and the Akrikan Poetry Theatre are internationally renowned. There’s the Museum of the Moving Image, the Noguchi Museum and the Queens Museum of Art.
- Great places to eat: The cultural diversity that makes Queens so unique is nowhere more apparent than in the wide variety of culinary experiences here. From Malaysian to Croatian, from Bangladeshi to Tibetan or Xinjiang, from Uzbek to Italian, it’s all here.
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