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Queens National Guard Armory is a storehouse of sorts where you can find all the arms and ammunition used by the army. This place attracts a modest number of visitors because of its intriguing collection. There are also many old and antique weapons here on display. This place is also a host to many events like exhibitions, small music shows and so on.
The Big Apple is synonymous with Broadway shows, music, arts, dance and all the glitz and glamor. York College Performing Arts Center extends this very nature of the city by playing a prominent host to some of the city's best cultural events and programs. With its state-of-the-art facilities, the center can carry off all kinds of productions with ease. Events here include musicals, music concerts, dance shows and other cultural events. Being a space of the York College, events are heralded by students and young artistes.
The Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning is located at Jamaica Avenue, New York, New York. It was founded in 1972 C.E in an effort to revitalize the surrounding business district. The former Queens Register of Titles and Deeds Building is at the center of the building. The building got added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on January 3, 1980.
This arena has been named after the famous coach Carnesecca and is located inside the St. John's Queens campus. You'll find students practicing here on a regular basis during off season. You can catch the pros battle it out on the basketball court during the crest season. Make sure you book your tickets before time to enjoy cheering and hooting for your favorite players.
Church of the Resurrection is a 19th century church located in Richmond Hill. The church reflects a mix of architectural styles, while most prominent being the Queen Anne style. The church has held services and other religious ceremonies ever since its inception. The interiors of the church have a yesteryear feel to it. The church also rents out its property for private events and functions.
For the past 35 years, Colden Center for the Performing Arts has promoted and encouraged talented artists in the fields of music as well as dance. The center has three venues which play host to fine cultural performances by the New York Philharmonic Society, Billy Joel and The Dance Theatre of Harlem. The Center organizes conferences, seminars, lectures and political debates on a regular basis. It also conducts workshops and classes, which are specially conducted for children and their parents. All programs explore the diverse worlds of dance and music, which range from classical music, jazz to orchestra. Catering to about 350,000 patrons annually, the center also has facilities for the hearing impaired.
Located close to John F. Kennedy International Airport, Resorts World Casino is any avid gambler's dream come true. There are many slot machines, popular among which are the Sex and the City themed ones. The Roulette Sports Pit is one of the most favored table games, with four machines and a total of 59 seats. Bar 360 is where the sports fans can be found, watching the game on the mammoth screen. The casino also has many dining options.
It is acclaimed for hosting the U.S. Open Tennis Championships. It has over 800 members, 38 courts, 10 of which are indoors for all year round facility use, along with a junior Olympic pool complex. It also features a swimming pool wherein one can take lessons in the same. Come here with family or friends and indulge in a sporting activity, however if it leaves you too tired then have a wholesome fare at the restaurant here.
Art has always been a motivating force behind change in any society. Performing arts made accessible to the less privileged is the aim of Queensborough Performing Arts Center. It is the hub for multi-cultural and multi-racial entertainment. Presenting the vast riches of each culture and traditions has opened the audience to a myriad collection of experiences.
This racing park is home to the Belmont Stakes, the last race of the Triple Crown. Operating since 1905, this beautiful track with convenient accommodations is one of the most popular and highly attended racetracks in the nation. Many beloved horses have triumphed in this stadium, including Secretariat when he won the Triple Crown here in 1973.
Built in 1903 by Daniel Muller, Forest Park Carousel was moved to New York from Dracut, Massachusetts in 1972. This historic carousel includes two chariots, three rows, three animal figurines, 49 horses and an organ. In 2009, the carousel was closed down, and the site was completely abandoned. However, in 2012, extensive renovation was carried out and the popular carousel was restored. The locals who very much missed their favorite carousel were thrilled to have it back, and hoards of people lined-up on its re-opening. With the announcement of Forest Park Carousel being given the landmark status, it will surely be preserved and enjoyed by future generations too.
Queens Theater is nestled in the sprawling Flushing Meadows Corona Park in the New York State Pavilion. Situated in the heart of the park near the Queens Museum, the Ice Skating Rink, and the World’s Fair Unisphere, it has a 472-seat main stage theater and a 90-seat experimental theater. The theater focuses on up-and-coming playwrights and taps into the diverse communities of Queens. Dramas, concerts, musicals, art festivals and other similar events are a regular feature here. Check website for details.