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Top things to do in Queens this Summer

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Published on June 18, 2018 with No Comments

There’s something unique about each borough of New York. But, Queens in particular has everything you could have ever imagined. Starting from luxury high rises, diversity, stronger infrastructure and of course car dealerships. The list can go on so we made a list below highlighting the events one should see while in Queens this summer.

Citi Field

Opened in 2009, the Mets’ newest stadium was designed to hark back to Ebbets Field (where the Dodgers played in Brooklyn until 1957), with a brick exterior and lots of fun features for fans of all ages, from a batting cage and Wiffle-ball field to the original giant apple taken from the team’s old residence, Shea Stadium. Even those who aren’t Mets fans but simply love baseball should come to see the Jackie Robinson Rotunda, a soaring multistory entrance and history exhibit dedicated to the Dodgers player who shattered baseball’s color barrier.

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US Open

The US Open, by far the nation’s biggest tennis tournament, returns to the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center August 27 through September 9. The Grand Slam event brings together the world’s best players along with great food, kids’ activities and musical performances, and draws fans from around the globe. Tickets go on sale at 9am on June 11. To buy them, visit ticketmaster.com.

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Golf

Can’t leave Queens without playing golf. Douglaston Golf Course, formerly North Hills Country Club, is located in Queens and is easily accessible from both the Long Island Expressway and the Grand Central Parkway. It is our most popular course and the second busiest course in NYC.

This course offers a country club experience at a fraction of the cost.Forest Park Golf Course, also located in Queens, is a beautiful tree-lined course that is proclaimed the best New York City golf course by Golf Guides USA. Flushing Meadows Golf Center has a lovely 18 hole “Pitch & Putt ” course that caters to golfers of all levels. This golf course has the distinction of being the only fully lighted course in NYC. This facility also contains a beautiful mini-golf course with waterfalls, bridges, and streams. It is conveniently located in Queens, a short walk from Shea Stadium and the # 7 train. Kissena Golf Course, our most recent addition, is a “must play ” for the 2014 season. Fully renovated in 2010 with new bunkers, tees and extensive drainage work. Check out our new pro shop and snack bar with a beautiful fireplace. New bathrooms were also installed.

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Gantry Plaza State Park (L.I.C)

Once a wrecked and abandoned industrial waterfront, Gantry Plaza State Park is now a manicured 12-acre park and promenade running alongside the East River, with breathtaking views of the east side of Manhattan, which can be comfortably enjoyed from riverside chairs and benches. The park includes gardens and playground facilities as well as basketball and handball courts.

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Nightlife

Whether you’re in Astoria or Flushing, there is always something for nightlife.

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Last but not least Cars

Buying cars can be a hard process. But, at Hillside Auto Mall located at Jamaica, Queens; makes sure the customer is put in a vehicle of their choice which will fulfill their dreams. You can find everyday cars to exotic cars. Even when your not buying a car, the customer still has a pleasant experience.

 

What makes Queens unique is that there’s something for everybody. Queens is full of marvelous things. From sightseeing, nightclubs, games and cars. 

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