A partnership with the Queens Museum presents “Chance Ecologies: Flushing River,” an exhibit of an in-depth exploration of the Flushing Meadows-Corona Park.More
Photos from inside the 1964 World’s Fair New York State Pavilion, designed by Philip Johnson and open for only one day to the public for three hours.More
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.More
While “architecture” and Flushing are not two words that are normally associated, we hope you’ll be surprised to find quite a range of unique buildings and structures, ranging from an abandoned movie theater, a wooden Quaker Meeting house, stately government buildings, and the remains of the World’s Fair at Flushing Meadows.
Flushing Town Hall
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.More