American-Israeli Friendship Grove
A small monument next to the Queens Museum, the landscaped peace of the gardens marks the creation of the State of Israel by vote of the United Nations in 1947. Prior to the erection of the United Nat ...
Hillcrest Jewish Center
A congregation that numbered 1600 families in its heyday of the 1950s, the Hillcrest Jewish Center was the center of the golden age of Conservative Judaism in Queens. Operating a Hebrew School and Jew ...
Forest Hills Jewish Center
Set in a niche off the main thoroughfare of Queens Boulevard, the Forest Hills Jewish Center is an egalitarian Conservative congregation. The main feature of the center is an Ark designed by illustrat ...
Lander College for Men
Named for Jewish philanthropist Judah Touro, a real estate developer who built his fortune on the sound principles of sustained growth and was one of the most generous supporters of charitable institu ...
Jewish Center of Kew Gardens Hills
Established on Main Street in 1941, this conservative congregation enjoys one of the more elegantly apportioned Jewish Centers in Queens. The stately brick structure is highlighted by backlight staine ...
Windows of the Laurelton Jewish Center
The windows that used to belong to the Laurelton Jewish Center, now reside in a Seventh Day Adventist Church. Visitors enter the church through a door with Hebrew lettering inscribed above it to view ...
Queens Museum of Art
The New York City building was constructed for the 1939 World’s Fair and is the only building from that time still standing. Featuring a panoramic map of New York City rendered in excruciating detai ...
Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, NYC Building, Queens, NY, United States of America, 11368 - Map - StreetView
12:PM -3:PM, 6PM-10 PM (call)
1627Hillside Avenue (Of New Hyde Park Road), New Hyde Park (Near Queens), NY, United States of America, 11040 - Map - StreetView
Vaad Harabonim Lemeshmeret Hakashrut - Rabbi Israel Mayer Steinberg
Former home of Rodney Dangerfield
Working as an aluminum siding salesman, legendary Jewish comedian Rodney Dangerfield lived in a cramped apartment with his wife and children above Austin Ale House, an often raucous tavern. At that po ...
Montefiore Cemetery-Ohel of the Lubavitcher Rebbe
The tallest structure in the cemetery marks the resting place of Rabbi Menachem Mendel Scheerson, the Lubavitcher Rebbe. A prominent Hasidic leader, the Rebbe draws hundreds of visitors to his grave s ...
Hapisgah Steakhouse and Bar
sun.- thu. 12pm to 11pm kitchen closing and restarant at 11:30 pm, sat. night 1 1/2 hr after shabbos to 12am
147-25 Union Turnpike (near 150th St.), Queens, NY, United States of America, 11367-3717 - Map - StreetView
Vaad Harabonim of Queens (VHQ)
Max and Mina’s
A Main Street Institution, Max and Mina’s Ice Cream Store was founded by two brothers, Bruce and Max Becker, who were grandsons of an organic chemist. Using his chemistry expertise, Grandpa delighte ...
Statue of Job
A sculpture by noted Israeli artist Nathan Rapaport, the statue overlooks the cemetery belt that run across central Queens. Depicting a concentration camp victim pleading for understanding, the sereni ...
Beis Oholei Chabad-Lubavitch
Mt. Hebron Cemetery
Dating back to 1909, the Mt. Hebron section was consecrated as a separate enclave of the 1893 Cedar Grove Cemetery. Many Yiddish Theater stars are interred here as well as Solomon Schechter, a scholar ...