Queens Real Estate Information
Other Attractions (part 2)
Quaker Meeting House
137-16 Northern Boulevard
This unassuming, dark-shingled, hipped-roofed building is New York City's
oldest house of worship, and has been used continuously since 1694.
Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge
Cross Bay Boulevard
This 9,000 acre preserve is home to more than 325 species of birds.
The diverse habitats include salt marsh, upland fields and woods, several
fresh water ponds, and an open expanse of bay and islands.
Alley Pond Environmental Center
228-06 Northern Boulevard
The center is the home of the only working windmill in New York City,
and with an extensive system of nature trails on the grounds, it offers
a wide range of educational programs related to the environment.
143-35 37th Avenue
Built for Charles Doughty in 1785, this historic building is now home
to the Queens Historical Society.
Areas of interest in Queens: (click for information)
Queens real estate (general)
Astoria and Long Island City (part 1)
Astoria and Long Island City (part 2)
Woodhaven - Richmond Hill
Ozone Park - Howard Beach
Centers of the Arts
Other attractions (part 1)
Other attractions (part 2)