Things to Do in Queens

Flushing Meadows

Parks

Originally created for the site of the 1939 World’s Fair, it’s the current venue for the US Open, the Mets baseball team, museums, parks and wildlife centers.

Accommodations near Flushing Meadows
  • flushing meadows
Museum of Moving Image

Museums

Celebrating the history, technology and art of movies, this museum is located in Astoria, possibly the most diverse neighborhood in the city.

Accommodations near Museum of Moving Image
  • 35 Avenue at 36 Street
P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center

Museums

Housed in a former public high school, this world renowned museum exhibits contemporary art.

Accommodations near P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center
  • 22-25 Jackson Avenue

Accommodations and Hotels in Queens

Hyatt Place Flushing/LGA Airport

8.5 Very good

Score from 458 reviews

$199

Average price per night
  • 133-42 39th Avenue, Flushing Chinatown, Queens
LaGuardia Plaza Hotel

8.1 Very good

Score from 1485 reviews

$155

Average price per night
  • 104-04 Ditmars Boulevard, LaGuardia Airport Area, Queens
Howard Johnson Mayflower Long Island City/Manhattan View

7.1 Good

Score from 4361 reviews

$138

Average price per night
  • 38-59 12th Street, Long Island City, Queens
Boro Hotel

8.6 Excellent

Score from 725 reviews

$169

Average price per night
  • 38-28 27th Street, Long Island City, Queens
The Parc Hotel

8.1 Very good

Score from 998 reviews

$144

Average price per night
  • 39-16 College Point Boulevard, Flushing Chinatown, Queens
Hilton New York JFK Airport Hotel

7.3 Good

Score from 1490 reviews

$195

Average price per night
  • 144-02 135th Avenue, Jamaica, Queens
Crowne Plaza JFK Airport

7.6 Good

Score from 1412 reviews

$186

Average price per night
  • 138-10 135th Avenue, JFK Airport, Queens
Hampton Inn NY-JFK Jamaica-Queens

7.9 Good

Score from 1232 reviews

$174

Average price per night
  • 144-10 135th Avenue, Jamaica, Queens
La Quinta Inn Queens

7.1 Good

Score from 621 reviews

$120

Average price per night
  • 37-18 Queens Boulevard, Long Island City, Queens

A stone's throw from the heart of NYC, the city of the blazing lights, the living maze that never sleeps, a place that everyone, given the opportunity, shoud visit.

Booking.com asked travelers...

Why do you recommend Queens for food?

The restaurant next to the hotel, their food was really good and the traditional architecture was great. It was and amazing experience.

Talking about the Natural History Museum in NYC; one of the world's great museums, especially with the planetarium attached

The subway was only two blocks away. We only slept in Queens. We spent most of our time in Manhattan.

Helpful when I found myself lost.

the New Years parade and food

YES GREAT THINGS LOVE QUEENS

Locally around northern blvd

mew frindes

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