The Queens County Farm Museum is a 47-acre working farm dating back to 1697. The site includes a landmark farmhouse, glass greenhouse, and restored barns which provide us with a glimpse into our agrarian past. Its rich glacial soil — which attracted European settlers in the 17th century — is cultivated today using sustainable practices, providing people with the freshest food. Come experience this New York City treasure, where historic structures, productive fields, livestock and busy beehives bring agricultural history to life!
Held at a farm museum, the 36th Annual Queens County Fair returns Saturday & Sunday, September 22 & 23 with pie eating & corn husking…Find out more »