Queens is New York City’s most diverse borough and only one museum is dedicated to the people, history and stories of this iconic destination. Whether it’s artistic or educational, the Queens Museum offers up something for just about everyone and those is the know say it’s worth venturing beyond Manhattan.
Exhibitions cover a wide range of topics from Tiffany glass to the ins and outs of urban water systems. Travelers will find photo galleries showcasing images of the city skyline and even nods to pop culture with installations about the Ramones and punk rock. it may be off the traditional Manhattan tourist path, but the Queens Museum celebrates one of New York’s best boroughs.
The museum is located in the New York City Building in Flushing Meadows Corona Park. It is accessible via the number 7 train to Mets-Willets Point.