Queens, New York City is the most diverse place on Earth. Over 200 languages are spoken here.
Parks in Queens
Neighborhoods in Queens
Astoria is the northwest corner of Queens. It’s the home of the…
Elmhurst, Queens is a mostly Hispanic and Asian residential neighborhood. Roosevelt Avenue…
Flushing, Queens is a mostly Asian neighborhood. It has one of New…
Jackson Heights, Queens is one of New York City’s most diverse neighborhoods.…
Long Island City is a post industrial neighborhood along the Queens waterfront.…
Sunnyside is a diverse residential neighborhood in Queens. It has Ecuadorian, Colombian…
Woodside, Queens is a residential neighborhood with business districts around Northern Blvd,…
FLUSHING MEADOWS CORONA PARK, Queens
The Queens Theatre is the premier performing arts center in Queens.
The cultural center of Flushing, Queens is very multicultural.
QUEENS ~ The big park in Queens is the home of the Unisphere, Citi Field, Billie Jean King Tennis Center, Queens Museum, Queens Theatre, Queens Zoo and Terrace on the Park
ELMHURST, Queens ~ A former doctor built this really unique Latin jazz club to feel like home in Latin America
NYC’s museum of film, television and media
Spanish and bilingual theatre since 1977
FLUSHING MEADOWS CORONA PARK, Queens ~ The big museum in Queens
Popular Latin night club with regional mexican, reggaeton, bachata, salsa, cumbia and vallenato dancing.
FLUSHING MEADOWS CORONA PARK, Queens ~ The stadium in Queens is home of the New York Mets
This Brazilian supermarket in the “Little Brazil” section of Queens is a center of NYC’s Brazilian community
The city seen from the Queensboro Bridge is always the city seen for the first time, in its first wild promise of all the mystery and the beauty in the world.”F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby