The park is the second-largest in the city (behind Pelham Bay Park in the Bronx) and has twice played host to the World’s Fair, first in 1939 and again in 1964. These two massive events gave the park worldwide exposure and since then the park has continued to become a sought after destination for both local residents and tourists from around the world. And on top of being in the geographic center of the five boroughs, it is easily accessible by Subways, the Long Island Rail Road, multiple Interstates, and more.
Flushing Meadows Corona Park is located in Queens, New York City and is one of the most historic and dynamic parks in the world. Featuring several of the City’s most recognizable landmarks such as the Unisphere and the State Pavilion, the park is also home to the Billie Jean King Tennis Center (US Open), the NY Hall of Science, the Queens Zoo, the Queens Museum of Art, the Queens Theatre in the Park, and Citi Field, home to the New York Mets.