Corona, Queens is a shining example of NYC’s diversity

102-58 43rd Ave.

Find the latest cycling gear and everything you need to fix your bike.


John’s Flower Shop

40-09A 104th St.

Pick up flowers for weddings, birthdays and your significant other.


Happy Fiesta

41-23 National St.

Get all the balloons, pinatas, and decorations for your next party.


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47-07 111th St.

This museum is located within Flushing Meadows-Corona Park and offers 450 exhibits and activities focused on science and technology. Admission is free on Fridays from 2-5 p.m. and Sundays from 10-11 a.m.


Queens Zoo

53-51 111th St.

Also in the park, this 18-acre zoo is affiliated with the World Conservation Society and features animals like a puma, coyotes and various types of birds.


World Ice Arena

125-40 Roosevelt Ave.

Grab your skates and head to this ice rink, which is open to the public for several hours a day year-round.


William F. Moore Park

51st Avenue between Corona Avenue and 108th Street

A smaller, triangular park with plenty of benches to sit and have lunch, though it’s most popular for its bocce courts.

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Photo Credit: Linda Rosier


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