Museums in Queens, New York

Queens hosts some of the best museums off the beaten path in New York. Here are some of the highlights: Queens Museum The Queens Museum offers art exhibitions, education programming and visual arts. Many of the exhibitions are about contemporary urban life in New York City. It is famous for the New York City Panorama … Read more

Louis Armstrong House Museum & Archives

Louis Armstrong playing the trumpet

The Louis Armstrong House Museum in Corona, Queens is a place where jazz music lives. This is the place where the great jazz legend lived together with his wife from 1943 and for the rest of their lives. Music lovers, especially jazz devotees, will love this intimate museum collection in Northern Queens. The jazz legend … Read more

The Noguchi Museum

Noguchi Museum Queens New York - interior

The Noguchi Museum is the work of the famous artist Isamu Noguchi (1904 – 1988). The artist himself created this inspiring place as a showcase of his artistic life. Here, you have the chance to explore Isamu Noguchi’s large collection of sculptures, models, designs and drawings. Ingenious simplicity Isamu Noguchi is known for his simple, … Read more

Queens County Farm Museum

Farmhouse at the Queens County Farm Museum, New York

Queens County Farm Museum is the largest tract of undisturbed farmland remaining in New York City. With roots back to 1697, this 47-acre parcel is the longest continuously farmed place in the State of New York. It is a tranquil environment with historic farm buildings and animals. Visit a farm without having to leave the … Read more

NY Hall of Science

New York Hall of Science

NY Hall of Science (NYSCI) is New York’s center for interactive science. It is the place for informal learning for families and schools. You and your kids will learn about places in our solar system that potentially contain water and life. Discover the knowledge of scientists. Move between extreme environments through interactive exhibits. Explore the … Read more

Museum of the Moving Image

Museum of the Moving Image - Queens, New York

The Museum of the Moving Image (MoMI) explores the art, technique, technology and history of television, film and digital media. It is an obvious point on the bucket list of any film enthusiast. Still – this museum is equally riveting for the casual visitor and families alike. There are also several good hotels in this … Read more

Queens Museum

Queens Museum exterior

The Queens Museum (previously the Queens Museum of Art) is an art museum in Flushing Meadows–Corona Park in Queens, New York. It began as the official New York City Building. This is the place where the 1939 New York World’s Fair was held 1939 – 1940. The museum owns over 10,000 items from this important occasion. … Read more