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Queens Museum, Flushing
(3.8/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
The Queens Museum is dedicated to presenting the highest quality visual arts and educational programming for people in the New York metropolitan area, and particularly for the residents of Queens, a uniquely diverse, ethnic, cultural, and international community.

The Museum fulfills its mission by designing and providing art exhibitions, public programs and educational experiences that promote the appreciation and enjoyment of art, support the creative efforts of artists, and enhance the quality of life through interpreting, collecting, and exhibiting art, architecture, and design.

The Queens Museum presents artistic and educational programs and exhibitions that directly relate to the contemporary urban life of its constituents, while maintaining the highest standards of professional, intellectual, and ethical responsibility.
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  • One of my favorite museums in New York City! I liked the Panorama of the City exhibit, showing a large-scale model of the city with all of its five boroughs. The museum is more than an art museum - it...  more »
  • Fans of Tiffany lamps will want to make a beeline to this museum and its Neustadt Gallery, named for one of the earliest and most prolific collectors of these iconic Art Nouveau lights. Egon Neustadt ...  more »
  • We went into the Museum saying the receptionist we were students, I forgot my credential student, but told me that happened like, that it didn't matter so I entered free. I thought it was a little small but very interesting. The Unisphere is re close. It is worth visiting the place.
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  • The Panorama is simply amazing. Allows you to get a sense of place and size of our historic city. The Tiffany glass and World's Fair collections are a draw, as well. Not an all day activity, but if you incorporate Flushing Meadow park, the Hall of Science, our small zoo, ice skating and/or eating in Corona- you have a great reason to venture into Queens.
  • The Panorama is a neat idea, but it just isn't that interesting in the age of google maps. If you are already touring the park, why not stop in the museum? If you are interested in the Worlds Fairs history there is a neat collection of memorabilia tucked away on the second floor, but the overall collection is very thin and not very interesting. So much empty space without exhibits!
  • We were in the area looking a colleges so we decided to stop by. It's located on the 1964 World's Fair grounds which in itself are very cool and creepy at the same time. The site is dotted with eerie remnants of structures such as the NY Pavilion, Observation Platform and the Iconic Unisphere. The Unisphere, which is as shiny as the day it was built, is absolutely amazing. The Museum itself is very sparse and you can take it all in in about 1 hour or so but we did appreciate the equally amazing replica of the NYC boroughs. It's not it as a singular destination but if you are in the area it's highly recommended you stop in.
  • The panorama of NYC they have is amazing! Loved the museum and the environment. It's a must in Queens.
  • Tiny but very nice. The entrance fee is fair. The must see is the NYC replica in small size, you can see the entire city and walk over it, it's an amazing experience.