Flushing Meadows Corona Park
- The best place to remember why you love Queens contains the Mets stadium, the New York Hall of Science, the home of the US Open, the iconic Unisphere. and the Queens Museum of Art.
- Head over to the Queens Zoo, and while you're there, connect to free Wi-Fi.
- We're celebrating the 50th and 75th anniversaries of the 1939 and 1964 World's Fairs. Take a look!
- Amex planted a $1 million money tree here during the 1964 Worlds Fair. Though gone today, there is still plenty of greenery to enjoy!
- Try the pupusas, theyre the best this side of the Red Hook Ballfields.
- Join the World Ice Arena's Ice Skating Institute to learn basic and advanced skating skills, and score a chance to perform in a show or competition. All ages.
- As of 5/23/2011, Flushing Meadows Corona Park, along with all other NYC parks, beaches, and pedestrian plazas, is smoke-free! Learn more at www.nycsmokefree.org.
- Places to Run: The Meadow Lake Trail provides an excellent longer loop around a water body usually filled with boaters and the Willow Lake Trail offers a shorter run through a natural path just south.
- Home to the Worlds Fair in 1964, stop by and check out the Unisphere!
- No smoking in the park
- This sprawling greenway is home to the 93-acre Meadow Lake, New York Citys largest lake and the perfect place to glide across the pond in a rowboat, paddleboat or hydrobike.
- This is a great park, pretty spacious and this is the perfect time to go there and check out the tennis U.S. Open! It has great scenery such as the famous Unisphere that has been featured in movies!
- 3 tennis stadiums located in this spectacular park for the US Open matches. Check out the beautiful flowers & sculptures scattered within & a must see the Unisphere from the 1964 World's Fair.
- The three rings around the Unisphere in Flushing Meadows Park represent the 3 orbits around the Earth made by Yuri Gagarin, John Glenn and the Telstar Satellite.
- Serene. Great way to get your fit on
- Great park - stop by the newly renovated Queens Museum while you are there.
- Home to Queens own Mets team, there is plenty to do in this park! You can enjoy a tennis match, have a picnic or explore the areas that were well documented in movies!
- Make sure to see the historic Unisphere, which was the iconic symbol of the 1964 New York Worlds Fair.
- New York City's home of tennis has gone digital! Play like the pros do at the National Tennis Center on some of the city's best courts. Now you can reserve a court online during tennis season!
- Home to the 1939 and 1964 New York World's Fair, now it's mainly used for tennis tournaments, and dragon boat festival. A nice place to check out if you're curious about NYC history.