The Green was a strong community of Black residents in Jamaica, Queens who fought against racism while developing its own economy.
On September 11, join King Manor Museum Executive Director Kelsey Brow for a special access tour of the home of Rufus King.
Roy Fox lives rent-free on the top floor of King's Manor, a historic home in Jamaica, Queens once owned by New York senator Rufus King.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the unique artifacts featured in the collection of the King Manor Museum, one of NYC's oldest buildings!
Queens is home to many historic buildings, from the oldest existing residential structure to places that were vital in the nation's fight for religious freedom.
New outdoor art installations take over NYC this month, from the La Mer Wave Walk to UNIQLO Park Expressions Grant and works by Public Art Fund.
Every year, we look for all the other possible Valentine's Day activities we can suggest to our readers. This year's lineup looks particularly "untapped."
Historic homes converted into museums in Queens: Queens County Farm, Bowne House, King Manor, Kingsland Homestead, Louis Armstrong Museum, Latimer House
Rufus King's nineteenth-century country house survives as a museum in Queens.