This small movie house near Union Square specializes in foreign and independent films.
Since 1954, the Queen Sofia Spanish Institute has promoted Spanish and Hispanic culture through a variety of programs, many which are free-of-charge, including exhibitions, lectures, musical performances and Spanish language classes.
Founded in 2000, the Queen's Company performs innovative productions of classic plays featuring our celebrated all-female casts.
Queens Art Express is a spring arts festival of exhibitions, events, performances, and great places to eat in the vibrant cultural communities of Queens.
Queens Botanical Garden features 39 acres of beautiful landscapes including a Fragrance Walk, Green Roof, and the Bee, Herb, Wedding, Woodland and Wetland Gardens. Green Trail markers highlight QBG‚ sustainability practices and how visitors can ‚go green‚Äù at home.
This single-floor building is fully accessible.
The Queens Council on the Arts (QCA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1966. The mission of the Queens Council on the Arts is to foster and develop the arts in Queens County and to support individual artists and arts organizations in presenting their cultural diversity for the benefit of the community. QCA is now part of the Kaufman Arts District in Astoria, Queens.
Amid the houses and apartment buildings of Floral Park, Queens, sits the Queens County Farm Museum, a 17th-century farm with ducks, geese, sheep and apple and pear orchards and a museum. The only working historic farm in New York City, this 47-acre spread has been the site of continuous cultivation for over 200 years and is also a museum chronicling the agricultural history of New York City.
Headquartered in the historic house known as Kingsland Homestead, the Queens Historical Society explores the history of the borough from its aboriginal roots up to the present day.
The Queens Library has the highest circulation of any public library system in the United States and serves the city's most diverse borough at Central‚ the reference library on Merrick Boulevard in Jamaica‚ and at 62 branches.