The Queens County Farm Museum is a 47-acre working farm dating back to 1697. The site includes a landmark farmhouse, glass greenhouse, restored barns, planting fields, and livestock which provide us a glimpse into our agrarian past.
Cute place! Can't believe it's in Queens
Nice grounds, animals and historic house.
Always go to their festivals!!! They're fantastic!
Wonderful farm with fresh produce for sale!
Not a quiet family farm. Be prepared for crowds and screaming children.
Try the corn during the queens County farm festival
Great place in the city for a rustic wedding.
Gteat place to work been here 12 yrs
Complaints about Green Meadows Farm? Simply dial 311 and ask to file a complaint against the NYC Parks Department.
Complaints about Queens County Farm? Simply dial 311 and ask to file a complaint against the NYC Parks Department.
Great price for what's here. Can't beat $9.00.
This place is a madhouse, terrible plan to take the children.
Going to the farm to see the farm animals is great.
If you're planning a visit bring cash as they don't do credit/debit cards
In the late 1920’s the farm was sold to a local hospital that used it to provide occupational therapy for patients and to grow food for the hospital's meals.
The annual Queens County Fair is worth a visit each September.
Great value for $9.
I'm getting married here next year!!!! :)
Watch out for the cow poop.
Did you know that the Queens County Farm Museum is largest remaining farmland site within New York City at approximately 48 acres?
At 47 acres, this is the largest remaining tract of farmland within NYC. Find historic farm buildings, greenhouses, an orchard and herb garden, farm machinery, and goats, pigs and other animals.
Free to pet a goat (admission is totally free). $3 for a bag of feed. Those that tell you otherwise are nuts!
if you do the maize, use the found pieces of the map to get you through to the next piece.
The Farm Museum’s site history dates back to 1697, making it the longest continually-farmed site in New York State. Its centerpiece is the Adriance Farmhouse, built in 1772 in the Flemish style.
Prepare to be nickel-and-dimed.
Great place to buy a Christmas tree.
Great escape from city life. Watch out for the bees though.
Wow it was packed!! Too many people not enough Pumpkins.
The maze is amazing
The original “green movement,” it’s the oldest and largest sustainable working farm in the city limits.
The corn maze is always fun:-)
Feed the goat!
So we drove all the way to queens farm to buy fresh eggs. Not only did they not have the eggs they wanted to charge us $40 to pet a goat. Never coming back ever again.
Pick-your-own-Pumpkin : October is pumpkin month at the Farm Museum! Enjoy wandering through the planting field to find your favorite pumpkin. Price of pumpkins will be determined by size of pumpkin
The Amazing Maize Maze : Enjoy getting lost in our 3 acre interactive corn maze. The adventure begins with a stalk talk to prepare you for the challenge of finding clues, solving puzzles and making y
Do everything its worth the money
Buy some hot cider. It's the best thing on a cool fall night.
On October 9 and 16, you can take a stab at navigating the three-acre corn maze after-dark during Maze by Moonlight. Flashlights (and perhaps cell phones) are suggested.
a few animals, a hayride and a small house tour. Great for and hour or two with kids, and free! Also, local produce stand, and a small store with some interesting items.
Queensfarm.org. Oasis in thecity
1 of New York's true hidden gems 4 families. Great time when they have big events like Carnivals, Apple Fesitval, + Corn Maze, but we also love to come on random weekdays & just feed animals.
Attend a pig roast