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Queens County Farm Museum

Map & Directions 73-50 Little Neck Parkway
Glen Oaks, NY 11004
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718-347-3276
  • Monday - Friday 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (outdoor visiting only) Saturday and Sunday 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

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Village Voice's Description

Itas a real farm, people. In Queens. Dating from 1697. There are cool events year-round. OK, maybe the Civil War encampment is a little geeky, but you can pick your own pumpkin during the Pumpkin Fest, and you donat need a car to get there.

Hours:
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
Sat & Sun 10am-5pm

 
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  • City of New York on 04/22/13

    Did you know that the Queens County Farm Museum is largest remaining farmland site within New York City at approximately 48 acres?

  • Time Out New York on 09/10/10

    On October 9 and 16, you can take a stab at navigating the three-acre corn maze after-dark during Maze by Moonlight. Flashlights (and perhaps cell phones) are suggested.

  • Dave K. on 04/17/10

    1 of New York's true hidden gems 4 families. Great time when they have big events like Carnivals, Apple Fesitval, + Corn Maze, but we also love to come on random weekdays & just feed animals.

  • NYC Parks on 10/10/13

    In the late 1920’s the farm was sold to a local hospital that used it to provide occupational therapy for patients and to grow food for the hospital's meals.

  • PreservationNation on 04/26/12

    The Farm Museum’s site history dates back to 1697, making it the longest continually-farmed site in New York State. Its centerpiece is the Adriance Farmhouse, built in 1772 in the Flemish style.

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