Best Things To Do In Queens this Spring

Queens is a great place for art, music, and adventure. With the weather finally warming up, there are a number of events and activities to grab your friends, family, and/or suitemates and partake in.

queens in springQueens Botanical Garden

Enjoy a walk through the beautiful Queens Botanical Garden. This urban oasis celebrates people, plants, and different cultures with a serene natural landscape. The gardens are a great place to relax and plan a picnic, maybe catch up with friends, or have some quiet time. The Botanical Garden is always hosting a series of events for visitors, which you can learn more about on their website. On May 13, there will be a Mother’s Day Brunch where guests can enjoy coffee, scones, meals, and a complimentary glass of champagne.

Museum of Moving Image in Queens

Museum of Moving Image celebrates the art of film, television, and digital media. For the whole month of May, they will have their Panorama Europe festival, highlighting new and relevant European cinema. New Yorkers can learn about current European films, and their development while exploring the old Astoria production building.

Fitness Walk in Queens

On May 15, take part in the Fitness Walk, a self-guided walking program. The beautiful weather is a great reason to get out there and enjoy the sights and sounds of Queens. During this 2-mile adventure along Joe Michaels Mile, you’ll have a great time meeting others and bonus points for clocking in all of those extra steps. It’s a great excuse to pop by one of our favorite bakeries in Ridgewood, Rudy’s.

Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge in Queens

This gorgeous 9,000 acre refuge is the home to over 300 species of birds. Discover birds you didn’t even know about, let alone think you’d see in the middle of New York. Walking tours and kayaking are also offered to make the most of your day.

Gantry Park State Plaza in Queens

This is the perfect place in Long Island City to spend with your suitemates, or to just enjoy a beautiful day alone. The stretch is built on old waterfall gantries, but boasts views of Manhattan and the East River.

Queens has a lot to offer in attractions, and in beautiful places to live. Check out our homes in Ridgewood here.

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