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Place Explorer: Queens

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Place Name Neighborhood Borough
New York State Pavilion Flushing Queens 1964 World's Fair pavilion designed by Philip Johnson
Niers Tavern and Bar Woodhaven Queens Formerly the Union Course Tavern and the Blue Pump Room, a classic watering hole for over a century
North Richmond Hill Richmond Hill Queens Suburban style historic neighborhood
Old Ridge Road Long Island City Queens Tiny remnant of a historic trail
Parkway Village Kew Gardens Queens Built as housing for United Nations staff
Poppenhusen Institute College Point Queens Community cultural center in College Point
Prospect Cemetery Jamaica Center Queens One of the last Colonial cemeteries in Queens
Queens Botanical Garden Flushing Queens Where people, plants, and cultures meet
Queens County Farm Museum Floral Park Queens The city's largest working farm and a historical site
Quisqueya Car Service Richmond Hill Queens Car service depot
Richmond Hill Republican Club Richmond Hill Queens Political club that also served wider community needs
Ridgewood Reservoir Cypress Hills Queens Heart of the old Brooklyn water supply system, now part of Highland Park
Ridgewood Savings Bank Forest Hills Queens Deco home of local bank, designated as a landmark
RKO Keith's Movie Theater (former) Flushing Queens Elegant neighborhood movie palace
Rockaway Beach Queens Queens beachfront neighborhood
Roy Wilkins Park St. Albans Queens Park named after Roy Wilkins, famed civil rights leader and former NAACP president
Shaheen's Foods and Sweets Jackson Heights Queens Indian and Pakistani sweet shop
Silver Bell Lithuanian Bakery Corona Queens Bakes sourdough rye bread in brick ovens
Socrates Sculpture Park Long Island City Queens Public park and site of sculpture installations
South Asian Youth Action Elmhurst Queens Development organization for South Asian youth
St. Anthony Hospital (site of) Woodhaven Queens A former tuberculosis hospital and farm
St. Pat's for All Parade route Sunnyside Queens Inclusive St. Patrick's Day parade in Queens
St. Saviour's Church (site of) Maspeth Queens Historic wooden church and complex
Station Square Forest Hills Queens Long Island Railroad station and landscaped surroundings
Steinway Piano Factory Astoria Queens The factory where Steinway & Sons Pianos are made
Steinway Street's Middle Eastern blocks Astoria Queens Cluster of Middle Eastern markets, cafes, and more
Sunnyside Arch Sunnyside Queens A gateway to the Sunnyside neighborhood
Sunnyside Gardens Sunnyside Gardens Queens Neighborhood designed with "garden city" plan
Synagogue Tifereth Israel Corona Queens Russian synagogue
Terraza 7 Elmhurst Queens Queens music venue and bar highlighting jazz and traditional Latin music
The Dominico-American Society of Queens North Corona Queens A cultural organization for Dominican-Americans
The Statue of the Triumph of Civic Virtue Kew Gardens Queens Frequently debated and relocated statue by Frederick William MacMonnies
Travers Park Jackson Heights Queens Park in Jackson Heights
Unisphere Corona Queens Built by US Steel as the symbol of the 1964-5 New York World's Fair
Vander Ende-Onderdonk House Ridgewood Queens Oldest Dutch stone farmhouse in NYC
Whitestone Housing Cluster Whitestone Queens An architecturally diverse group of housing
William F. Moore Park, or Spaghetti Park Corona Queens Park featuring bocce courts
Wyckoff-Snediker Family Cemetery Woodhaven Queens A 19th century burial site of many of the area's farmers