9 Things You Have to Do in Queens Like Right Now

9 Things You Have to Do in Queens Like Right Now

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    This natural oasis isn't just beautiful. It's also historic. As its been in operation since 1697, it's NYC's largest plot of undisturbed farmland and the longest continuously farmed site in the State of New York. Its beauty stretches for 47-acres.
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    With events like concerts, art, film, and free concerts, this park is a must-visit destination in NYC. Plus, it's the biggest park in Queens. It's even got its own Fantasy Forest Amusement Park, and a Boathouse with a sailing instruction program.
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    For over 60 years the "Lemon Ice King" has been making Italian ice into an art form by squeezing cases of lemons and oranges to get the true taste in his production of Italian ice. 
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    The Arthur Ashe Stadium is a part of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, and it's the largest tennis-specific stadium in the world. It's got an enormous seating capacity of 22,547. 
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    Citi Field is the famed home of the Mets, plus plenty of amazing concerts and breathtaking views of the Whitestone and Throgs Neck Bridges. Plus, it's right across the walkway from the Arthur Ashe Stadium. 
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    It's beautiful timely interior is a lively performance hall that hosts a cavalcade of musical events and the storytelling slam series The Moth, as well as a dope drum circle with master drummers to celebrate the Harvest Moon.
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    With more than 165 acres of trees and plethora of hiking trails and paths, it's a nature lover's paradise. It's also got a 110-acre golf course, known by many as one of NYC's most challenging golf courses, softball and baseball fields, tennis, and bocce.
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    This gorgeous natural sanctuary contains 9,155 miles of diverse habitats, brackish and fresh water ponds and salt marsh. It's also home to more than 330 species of birds, and a variety of reptiles, amphibians, and small mammals.
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    It's got 358 acres of woods, forest trails, and playing fields. In addition to the Cunningham Tennis Center and facilities for baseball, softball, soccer, basketball, football, bocce ball, cricket and volleyball, and mountain biking trails.
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