Queens Places of Interest


American Museum of the Moving Image
35 Avenue at 36 Street
Bus: Q66, Q101
Subway: G R to Steinway St

Aqueduct Race Track
Rockaway BIvd, Ozane Park
Bus: Q11
Subway: A to Aqueduct- North Conduit Blvd

John F. Kennedy International Airport
Bus: Q3, Q10, B15, JFK Flyer
Subway: A train marked Far Rockaway to Howard Beach, then AirTrain JFK to all terminals; A to Lefferts Blvd. then Q10 bus; Also E F to Union Tpk, then Q10 bus; F to 179 St then Q3 bus

LaGuardia Airport
Bus: M60, Q33, Q48, (Q47 to Marine Air Terminal)
Subway: 7 to 74th St & Broadway, Jackson Heights, or EF V R trains to 74 St & Roosevelt Ave, Jackson Heights. Transfer there for the Q33 bus to the Central Terminal Building and East End Terminals or the Q47 bus for the Delta Shuttle, and Marine Air Terminal.

Museum of Modern Art – Queens
33rd Street and Queens Boulevard, Long Island City
Bus: Q32, Q60 to Queens Blvd/33 St; Q39 to Thompson Ave/31 St
Subway: 7 local train to 33rd Street

National Tennis Center
Flushing Meadows Corona Park
Bus: Q48
Subway: 7 to Mets-Willets Point

New York Hall of Sciencequeens
47-01 111 Street
Bus: Q23, Q48, Q58
Subway: 7 to 111 St

Isamu Noguchi Garden Museum
32-37 Vernon Blvd
Bus: Q103, Q104
Subway: N to Broadway

Queens Museum of Art
NYC Building, Flushing Meadows Corona Park
Don’t miss “The Panorama of New York City.” Its the world’s largest architectural model, containing 895,000 individual structures. This 9,335 square foot model captures virtually every corner, every building, every site of this city. Also, the lighting changes to show a night time perspective. The model lights up as the room’s lights dim.
Bus: Q48
Subway: 7 to Mets-Willets Point

Queens Zoo/Wildlife Center
53-51 111 St, FIushing Meadows
Bus: Q23, Q58
Subway: 7 to 111 St

Citi Field
Home of the New York Mets baseball team.
Northern Blvd at Grand Central Pkwy
Bus: Q48, Q66
Subway: 7 to Mets-Willets Point

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