Take a journey of discovery in New York City?s largest borough with Walking Queens. Native New Yorker and expert guide Adrienne Onofri has designed 30 tours that point you to distinctive architecture, ethnic enclaves, historical landmarks, cultural venues, celebrity residences, and natural scenery including woodlands, salt marshes, lakes, coves, and oceanfront.
These walks reveal forgotten moments in Queens history, show off its meticulously planned garden communities, present stunning views, and immerse you in the sights, scents, and sounds of a melting pot. With a population that speaks at least 150 different languages, Queens has been heralded as the most multicultural place on Earth. It also offers an amazing variety of things to see and do. Check out a burgeoning art scene, explore remnants of a 19th-century factory town, bird-watch in a national wildlife refuge, or learn about world history that was made in Queens.
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