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Queens County Farm Museum and its collection

Queens County Farm Museum
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The Queens County Farm Museum , also known as Queens Farm, is a historic farm located on 47 acres (190,000 m ) of the neighborhoods of Floral Park and Glen Oaks in Queens , New York City . The farm occupies the city's largest remaining tract of undisturbed farmland (in operation since 1697), and is still a working farm today. The site features restored farm buildings from three different centuries, a greenhouse, planting fields, livestock, and various examples of vintage farm equipment. Queens Farm practices sustainable agriculture and has a four-season growing program. The museum includes the Adriance Farmhouse, a New York City Landmark on the National Register of Historic Places . Free guided tours of the farmhouse are offered to the public Saturdays and Sundays year-round. Hayrides are offered on weekends from April through October. An on-site seasonal farmstand featuring Queens Farm vegetables, herbs, and flowers takes place every Wednesday through Sunday from May through October.

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Queens County Farm Museum
73-50 Little Neck Parkway
NY 11004 New York
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Visitor information Queens County Farm Museum

Opening hours

Monday
10:00 – 17:00
Tuesday
10:00 – 17:00
Wednesday
10:00 – 17:00
Thursday
10:00 – 17:00
Friday
10:00 – 17:00
Saturday
10:00 – 17:00
Sunday
10:00 – 17:00

Admission

0+Free

Facilities

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Location & Map

73-50 Little Neck Parkway, New York

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Queens County Farm Museum Reviews

Queens County Farm Museum has 2 ratings.

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    Kay • Aug 1, 2022

    Awful powwow of white people profiting from native culture and heritage. Rigged competition in order for their thunderbird group and family and friends to win competition. The atrocities don't stop there. Pricing for both dancers and spectators is over the top especially when prize money is way too low. If you are to charge 15+ per person atleast make prize money count. The staff was absolutely horrid, no manners or general knowledge on native culture whatsoever. And they were lacking everything to run a FAIR COMPETITION and WORKING POWWOW. You cannot run a good powwow if you aren't even able to line up grand entry, have an awful emcee with no education, an arena director who was absent the whole weekend, host drum dropped out after Friday night, no head dancers, family judging family during competition, and so much more that has made the weekend and powwow in general absolutely horrible. I am baffled at the fact that this organization has held it together this long without someone speaking up about their disappointing actions. 43 years is long enough to get yourselves together and establish an ACTUAL powwow. You all claim thus is the "best powwow on the east coast" and you could not be more wrong. Please consider changing the flyer to "worst powwow on the east coast. Come join our competition where you will NOT BE JUDGED FAIRLY so that our family and friends can win (even thought they can't dance to a straight song).

    Visited on Jul 29, 2022

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