Explore this neighborhood, North of Queens. Surrounded by the East River and Flushing bay, you’ll experience a rich diversity with landmarks like the Poppenhusen Institute or MacNeil Park where you can take a stroll and see the sights of all College Point has to offer.
Visit Whitestone and learn about the city’s history — from the first Dutch settlers to today’s residents and get glance at the city’s distinct blue dome of the Russian Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas, a view of Whitestone Bridge from Francis Lewis Park, and other landmarks that set Whitestone apart.
Known as the “international melting pot,” Flushing is home to many cuisines, with the world’s largest and fastest-growing Chinatowns in the world outside of Asia and the world-famous Citi Field of the New York Mets.
Discover the Victorian-style homes of Bayside Gables, Bayside Hills, and Bayside Terrace overlooking the Little Neck Bay and take in the scenery with a hike through Crocheron Park.