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This is the center point of the park. Visitors like having their pictures taken in front of it, a favorite is to put your hands in the air and pretend to hold up the globe. The water fountain on in the summer and look particularly...More
That was the 1964 worlds fair theme. My jazz band played underneath the unisphere when I was a kid. The fountains didn’t work then - finally restored in 2010. I love the park grounds in spring, especially the cherry blossoms in April. Amazing for its...More
The globe and the fountains are pretty impressive and you can get some good pictures as long as you are upwind, otherwise the spray can be a bit wet. Definitely worth a visit if in the area. It has featured in CSI New York on...More
I viewed longing the globe in spare moments from watching the US Open Tennis. Certainly, there is Japan.
The fountain was cooling hot summer. There are beautiful flower beds too. Take a brief rest please at wonderful place.
There was an uncanny observation tower in...More
When in the Queens area, give this place a visit. Located in Corona Park, the Unisphere is left over from the 1964 Worlds Fair. A somewhat quiet oasis In NYC. The Unisphere is right next door from the USTA Tennis Center (also worth a visit)....More
Legacy of the 1964 World's Fair, this structure is hugely impressive and dominates Corona Park. Fantastic selfies possible with the globe in the background. Spray from the fountain will keep you cool on a hot day. An off-the-beaten-track item which would give you a break...More
It's not easy to get too, especially by car but I always love visiting the unisphere. I find it best in the mornings, there are few people around and it's a gorgeous sight to take in. Best time to see it is if you can...More
Had no idea that this Awesome work of art is called the Unisphere. I thought it was called the giant globe. My bad. Anyways, I was so happy to finally admire this artwork up and close. Got to admit that it was much larger than...More