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Flushing Meadows Corona Park

388 Reviews

Flushing Meadows Corona Park

388 Reviews
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On Tour. wrote a review Nov 2020
United States15 contributions2 helpful votes
Flushing Meadows Corona Park is the Central park of Queens. In my opinion its a little bit more exciting too. The park has the towering remains of the worlds fair. It has a Zoo, Queens Museum, new York Hall of Science, a Carousel, and its a quick walk to a ball game in the Mets at Citifield or if your in town for Tennis at the US Open. What makes it special is the sheer size of this park and how its spread throughout. There are areas of the park I never knew existed as a former Queens resident of 20 years. And around it are neighborhoods full of restaurants that are more convenient to get to then if you were in Manhattan. I'd recommend everyone who's a nature and history lover or if you ever stop by Queens to experience this park.
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Date of experience: October 2020
Fred S wrote a review Sep 2020
144 contributions19 helpful votes
This park contains the site of the Worlds Fair, which was before my time. The tennis US Open is held here every year; unfortunately no fans were allowed to attend in 2020, this cost NYC millions of dollars. There are a lot of fun things to do in the park; I recommend checking the website.
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Date of experience: September 2020
Texas_Traveler71 wrote a review May 2020
Paris, Texas1,035 contributions55 helpful votes
Our family took some time to explore the Queens borough when we were in New York last summer. We walked around the Corona neighborhood, grabbed some Italian ice at the Lemon Ice King, and then made our way over to Flushing Meadows Park. Our teens enjoyed seeing the Unisphere and where the US Open is played. We killed a little time relaxing in the park and then hit the convenient subway stop near the Mets' stadium to head back to Manhattan. It was a fun, memorable afternoon. I would recommend a stroll through Corona and Flushing Meadows if you want your family to see more of New York City that just Midtown. We very much enjoyed it!
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Date of experience: June 2019
Hsin-Yi W wrote a review Mar 2020
Forest Hills, New York872 contributions109 helpful votes
Flushing Meadows Corona Park is astonishingly beautiful with cherry blossom recently in mid-March. There are a couple of landmarks which were built during New York World's Fair between 1964-1965. Due to the lack of maintenance for years after the World’s Fair, the buildings look kind of scary and horrible in certain angle now.
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Date of experience: March 2020
alexisrachelletx wrote a review Jan 2020
Nashville, Tennessee1,725 contributions291 helpful votes
My brother and I explored Flushing Meadows-Corona Park a bit when were visiting Queens a couple of weeks ago. We were wandering around to the park to see the Unisphere and to visit the Queens Museum. It was winter, so it wasn't probably the best time to visit. But the park was large and probably has a lot more to see than we were able to on this visit. But I really enjoyed checking out the Unisphere and the museum!
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Date of experience: December 2019