The Field of Dreams installation at the Queens County Farm Museum reminds all that humanity's hopes and dreams interact with each other.
The Amazing Maize Maze, a NYC corn maze (and its only one), is a glorious adventure every year at the
At noon today, join us and the Queens County Farm Museum for a special live tour of one of New
The Queens County Farm Museum, located on 47 acres in Floral Park, is NYC's oldest working historical farm. This year, at the city's only corn maze, a three-acre labyrinth is in the design of the Unisphere from Flushing Meadows!
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.
This week’s roundup includes some of the city’s most well-preserved historical farmhouses in NYC, which have survived the last 200 years of development.
Historic homes converted into museums in Queens: Queens County Farm, Bowne House, King Manor, Kingsland Homestead, Louis Armstrong Museum, Latimer House
The Queens County Farm Museum is the oldest working historical farm, dating back to 1697, set on 47 acres of land now surrounded by cul-de-sacs and gridded streets.