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      Arthur Ashe Stadium - USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis CenterJanuary 3, 2012
      Tennis
      • Flushing, United States

      Formerly the Singer Bowl built for the 1964-5 World's Fair, the stadium was converted into the National Tennis Center by the USTA in the 1970s.

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      Terrace On The ParkJanuary 3, 2012
      Event Space
      • Flushing, United States

      Terrence on the Park was formerly the Port Authority Heliport sitting 120-foot-high with a 360 degree circular theater. This was the entrance to the 1964-5 World's Fair.

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      Queens TheatreJanuary 3, 2012
      Theater
      • Queens, United States

      While you're here, check out the Theaterama. Built for the 1964-5 World's Fair & designed by Philip Johnson, this circular theater was once used for projecting films about New York State.

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      New York State PavilionJanuary 3, 2012
      Historic Site
      • United States

      PHOTO: Tent of Tomorrow

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      New York State PavilionJanuary 3, 2012
      Historic Site
      • United States

      Designed by architect Phillip Johnson for the 1964-5 World’s Fair, the New York State Pavilion had a brightly colored fiberglass roof and housed concerts & exhibits showing the wonders of NY State.

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      New York Hall of ScienceJanuary 3, 2012
      Science Museum
      • Queens, United States

      The New York Hall of Science as well as the Mercury and Gemini capsules and the Atlas and Titan rockets were all built on the site of the former United States Space Park in the 1964-5 World's Fair.

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      Fountain Of The PlanetsJanuary 3, 2012
      Park
      • United States

      Created for the 1963-64 World's Fair, the fountain is 625ft high when spraying at full height. It was one of the vast projects created by Robert Moses as a monument to himself and his achievements. Read more

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      Queens Botanical GardenNovember 17, 2011
      Botanical Garden
      • Flushing, United States

      #StaffPick Diya: Through their Sustainable Landscapes & Buildings Project, they've not only introduced new plants & water recycling, but also opened the Visitor Center, NYC's greenest building! Read more

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      Meadow LakeNovember 17, 2011
      Lake
      • Flushing Meadows, United States

      This is the largest lake in NYC at 93 acres! It's also home to the annual Dragon Boat Festival every August when you can watch boats decorated as dragons race & eat an amazing array of East Asian food

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      Queens ZooNovember 15, 2011
      Zoo
      • Flushing, United States

      #StaffPick Tim (education): This is a favorite with kids from our Family Workshops and a definite highlight for our QMA campers! Be sure to check out the aviary!

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      Rocket Thrower StatueNovember 14, 2011
      Historic Site
      • Queens, United States

      Donald Delue created this statue for the 1964 World's Fair. It serves as the center of the fountain allee. Read more

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      Westinghouse Time CapsulesNovember 14, 2011
      Landmark
      • Queens, United States

      Just in case you're lost, this is what you're looking for :)

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      Freedom of the Human Spirit StatueNovember 14, 2011
      Sculpture
      • Queens, United States

      This massive bronze statue was sculpted by Marshall Fredericks for the New York World’s Fair of 1964-65 under the direction of former Parks Commissioner Robert Mose.s Read more

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      Citi FieldNovember 14, 2011
      Baseball
      • Flushing, United States

      #StaffPick Lindsay: Even though I am not much of a baseball fan, Citi Field is awesome. You can watch the game from a picnic table eating delicious ballpark food with a beer.

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      Flushing Meadows Corona Skate ParkNovember 14, 2011
      Skate Park
      • Queens, United States

      In 2010, pro-skater Rodney Torres, born & raised in Queens, designed a custom skateboard for the Queens Museum (on view in 2nd fl). Torres was responsible for the design & build of Maloof Skate Park. Read more

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      The Playground for All ChildrenNovember 14, 2011
      Playground
      • Corona, United States

      #StaffPick David: This was the first ADA compliant playground built in the USA for children of all abilities and remains one of the few in the country. Read more

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      Westinghouse Time CapsulesNovember 14, 2011
      Landmark
      • Queens, United States

      #StaffPick Pema: They chose to include the strangest items like alfalfa sprouts, a dollar in change & Pacific Ocean water (why not Atlantic?) Can’t wait until 5,000 years passes so we can open them. Read more

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      Five Star DinerNovember 10, 2011
      Diner
      • Queens, United States

      #StaffPick Jamillah (Fellow): Amazing Indian food in a diner atmosphere

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      Five Star BanquetNovember 10, 2011
      Indian
      • Long Island City, United States

      #StaffPick Jamillah (Fellow): divey & delicious & it's open till 4am!

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      The UnisphereNovember 8, 2011
      Outdoor Sculpture
      • Queens, United States

      #StaffPick David (External Affairs): Artist Matt Mullican’s Etched Granite Pavement at the base of the Unisphere traces the history of the park from its prehistoric roots through 2 World’s Fairs.

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