Queens County Farm Museum

Queens County Farm Museum

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73-50 Little Neck Pkwy., Floral Park, NY 11004 | (718) 347-3276, United States
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Great value, Free, Popular with locals, Family-friendly

Spread out over 47 verdant acres, the Queens County Farm Museum is a living artifact: it's one of New York City's oldest farmsteads, with a history that dates back to 1697. Visitors can stroll through the historic farm buildings and the greenhouse, and check out the alpacas, goats, heritage pigs, bunnies, and other livestock living on the grounds. Come in the fall for the annual children's festival, when you can wander through an enormous corn maze and peek into the museum's haunted house.

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