With the 50th anniversary of this wonderful piece of New York City and world history approaching on April 22nd, the City has decided to reopened the long-shuttered Pavilion for public access.
The Queens Museum will show Andy Warhol's controversial NYC World's Fair installation 13 Most Wanted Men. The original was destroyed in 1964, due to censorship.
The NYC Parks Department held a public event at the Queens Theatre called “Listening Sessions” on the future of the NYS Pavilion and 1964 World's Fair site.
Our most popular list on Foursquare is our Abandoned NYC list. Some places are break-in-able, some open to the public, some only for the intrepid.
Filmmaker Matthew Silva is a high school video production teacher making a documentary the ruins of the 1964 World's Fair at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park.
An Untapped reader asks what's the difference between landmark laws at city, state and national level, and what will happen to the '64 World's Fair buildings
In Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, the Space-Age ruins of the "Tent of Tomorrow" from the 1964 World's Fair are fading away. Abandoned NYC takes us inside.