What makes Queens a good destination for pictures?
Although Queens, the largest and most diverse borough of New York City, doesn't receive as much attention as its neighbor Brooklyn, it has many wonderful ethnic neighborhoods, entertaining museums, top-notch sports venues, and more. East of Manhattan, Queens covers an area of 108 square miles, has 91 distinctive neighborhoods, and it shares a border with Long Island's westernmost point. The top 5 spots for Instagram photos are listed below for your Instagram account.
Vacationing sounds good but,..
Most people think that vacationing is an idea that only happens when the stars line up but we beg to differ. Vacationing happens when you say so or at least when you decide to plan it out.
Outlined underneath are five resource links that can help you achieve your goals of vacationing sooner rather than later.
"It's too expensive!" This is probably the most common reason why vacationing never happens and we agree but before we co-sign that excuse let's just find out how much the flight and hotel will cost.
"I can't afford it!" Got it! You want to go but you don't know how to pay for it. Do a reverse layaway. Put it on a low interest rate credit card then pay it off afterwards. It really is that simple. Here is a link to some really great credit card offers. Now book your trip and enjoy.
Since 1962, New York's National League baseball team has called this cutting-edge, 42,000-seat stadium home. The Mets Hall of Fame and Museum, located next to the Jackie Robinson Rotunda, honors the organization's past while paying homage to the team's past at the Polo Grounds and Shea Stadium. Citi Field echoes the design of Ebbets Field. Hot dogs, upscale food stands, and restaurants with limited access that overlook the playing field are all available for dining. With more than 200,000 square feet of hospitality space for corporate meetings, receptions, trade shows, and private parties, it's not just a great place to watch the game; it's also the ideal location to hold your event. Your Instagram followers will adore your photos from this stunning Stadium.
Location: 126th St. and Roosevelt Ave.Queens, NY 11368, New York
A 12-acre riverside haven, Gantry Plaza State Park offers breathtaking views of the midtown Manhattan skyline, including the Empire State Building and the United Nations. Take a leisurely stroll through the well-kept gardens or along the park's four piers. The park also features a special mist fountain. Take a moment to savor the rustic beauty of the park's focal points, restored gantries, as you travel. These industrial landmarks, which were formerly used to load and unload rail car floats and barges, serve as imposing reminders of the history of our waterfront. The park's plaza is a wonderful location to enjoy a spring or summer concert and take the best Instagram photos for your account, with the city skyline serving as a backdrop and the gantries serving as a stage.
Location: 4-09 47th Rd, Queens, NY 10007, New York
Flushing Meadows Corona Park, one of the most recognizable parks in the city and the location of two World's Fairs in the 20th century, is still popular with tourists. There is always something to do in this area, from scenic trails to historical walks to sports and activities. You can participate in a variety of sports, including baseball, tennis, volleyball, cricket, and soccer; work out at our recreation center or indoor pool; travel by foot, bike, or kayak along the park's lakes and trails; or go to one of the many civic and cultural institutions. Spend the day in a park that is filled with amenities and get the best pictures for your Instagram feed!
Location: Between Grand Central Pkwy and, Van Wyck Expy, NY 11354, New York
The art, history, technique, and technology of film, television and digital media are the main topics of the Museum of the Moving Image. Through multimedia exhibitions and educational programming, it gathers, protects, and makes moving-image-related artifacts accessible. The exhibits contain important audio-visual elements that are intended to foster an understanding of the development of the industry over time. At the museum, panel discussions on recent movies are frequently held. The museum's two premier theaters host regular monthly series. Plenty of photo opportunities waiting for you in this interesting museum.
Location: 36-01 35th Ave, Queens, NY 11106, New York
Residents of Astoria are incredibly proud of their community, especially on a warm summer day in Astoria Park's expansive grassy fields. The largest park in the area and the hub of a lot of neighborhood activity is Astoria Park, which is situated beneath the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge and has views of the East River. For people of all ages, the 60-acre park is a veritable playground. Tennis courts outside, a track, a bandstand, walking paths, basketball courts, and actual playgrounds can be found here. However, Astoria Park's outdoor public pool, which is the oldest and largest in New York City, is one of the park's main summertime draws. Enjoy your walk here and grab the opportunity for stunning photos for your Instagram!
Location: 19 St. bet. Astoria Park S. and Ditmars Blvd.Queens, New York
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