Flushing Meadows Corona Park
Dino lovers can climb and play on an dino-inspired equipment at two playgrounds on opposite sides of Meadow Lake created to commemorate the Sinclair Oil “Dinoland” exhibit at the 1964-65 World’s Fair. In addition to swings and jungle gymes, find dinosaur footprints and art throughout the playground. Learn about flora and fauna from the Triassic Period, on a geologic time scale and get wet in spray showers in the shape of palm trees.
Splash beneath the iconic Unisphere from the 1939 World’s Fair in recently renovated sprinklers showers and mist rising from the reflecting pool.
Play 18 beautifully landscaped holes with streams and waterfall. A full service snack bar offers hamburgers, hot dogs, fries, snacks, ice cream, soft drinks, and beer. Picnic tables available.
A short walk from the # 7 train stop at Shea Stadium (plus free parking).
A carousel created for the 1964-1965 World’s Fair by combining two historic Coney Island carousels is the centerpiece of this small, kid-friendly amusement park. Choose from 4 jumping horses, 7 standing horses, 1 menagerie animal, and 2 chariots.
Try an assortment of classic, family-friendly rides within a tree-filled landscape of Forest Park including the Corona Cobra Coaster, a western-themed train and twirling tea cups and play carnival games.
Chart-topping music artists and today’s best tennis players come together to celebrate tennis legend and humanitarian Arthur Ashe.
Enjoy interactive games, face painting, balloon artists, prizes, music, special guests, roving entertainers and more. Step onto the U.S. Open Courts and participate in tennis activities for all ages and abilities. On the AAKD Festival Stage, see a live performance by one of the hottest new artists of 2022, Em Beihold, additional up-and-coming musical acts, special appearances, interactive programming, a live DJ and more.
Be one of the first 1000 kids onsite and get a free Wilson tennis racquet.