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Queens County Farm Museum, Floral Park
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We wanted to spend some time outside Manhattan and didn't want to pay for a river or winery tour, so I found the Queens County Farm Museum. General Entry is free and you can get there using public tra... read more »
This place is good for a family outing. The corn maze is good it will take 20 to 1 hour time to complete. They are well organised and you have options for food( very expensive) You can also pick your ... read more »
This is a wonderful place for a solo outing, romantic couples walk or family day out. It recommend going when there are no events, it's free and tranquil. If you prefer lots of activity check out thei... read more »
A good place to get away from the city within the city for an hour or so. Ideal for kids. They have some animals (not to the amount of a zoo, it's a farm after all). Very friendly staff. I wish we could get closer to some of the animals though. The cows are "parked" 2 fenced fields away. The lamas are in a fenced area within another fenced area, so they are quite far.
Been here twice and no cover charge each time. Although it seems they do charge to get in on special occasions. So call ahead if need be. First time I took the family there for pumpkin picking in 2014. It was busy of course, parking was tough. But we found a place to park on a side street. No map for the place, but big deal. We strolled around, figured out our bearings and it was very festive. Picked and bought pumpkins. Got hot cider and put a blanket down on some grass to rest. Second time we did the petting zoo on a random Sunday in July (summer 2015). $4 per adult, the one year old was free. Animals seemed happy enough. There was a "corn" box instead of a sand box. Kids loved that more than the animals. Bought fresh picked produce at the market. Checked out the cute store and bought a cookie. They offer adult classes that seem cool, but I haven't taken any. I also can't speak for renting the place out for events. But as far as family fun time on the weekends we had positive experiences both times. Oh, we saw an alpaca eat a banana whole, peel and all. Crazy. As always, do your homework ahead of time, find out what's going on there and call ahead to make sure the day goes smooth.
Came here for a kids birthday party, and it was pretty cool. The place is for the kids more than the adults. The staff was friendly and wasn't in a rush to get anyone out due to time. Restrooms are close by, a little dirty, but hey its a farm. Overall great experience for the kids especially when they get to feed the animals.
In the summer I like to come here for the fresh produce they grow at the farm. They have events sometimes too. A great place to get away from the city right in the middle of the city.
Family fun time on the weekends. Overall it's a great experience for kids. Its a lot of walking which is great for exercise plus lots to look at.
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