Queens County Farm Museum
73-50 Little Neck Pkwy, Queens, NY11004
The Queens County Farm Museum is New York City’s largest remaining farmland with more than 47 acres. In operation since 1697, it also the city’s only working historical farm with livestock, heavy farm machinery, planting fields, and a vineyard. Guided tours and hayrides combine with featured events, such as a children’s carnival, an antique motor show, and a Native American pow-wow. The site also features the restored Cornell Farmhouse, which dates back to the Adriances, a Dutch family that lived there from 1697 to 1808.
Inside scoop: The farm sells wine made from its homegrown vineyard, locally laid eggs, and honey from on-site bees.
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