The long lost Trylon and Perisphere were the symbol and centerpiece of New York City’s 1939 World’s Fair in Flushing
New York City’s Flushing Meadows-Corona Park hosted not one, but two World’s Fairs in the 20th century. These global events
Art Deco architecture is at the core of New York’s identity and Ralph Walker was a key figure in creating
Explore the many remnants of the World’s Fairs in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, including time capsules, Andy Warhol mosaics, an ancient
Didn’t make it to the 1939/40 or 1964/65 World’s Fairs? Well here’s your chance! On our upcoming Remnants of the
A hunt for remnants is on the top of our favorite activities at Untapped New York. Many of these hunts
Today at noon, join award-winning author Susie Orman Schnall as she talks about her newly released novel, “We Came Here
FDR at the opening day speech of the World’s Fair on this date in 1939. Photo from NYPL Digital Collections.