Flushing Meadows Corona Park

Highlights

Arthur Ashe Stadium

This stadium honors tennis player Arthur Robert Ashe, Jr. (1943-1993). Born in Richmond, Virginia, Ashe began playing tennis at the age of ten. In 1966 he graduated from… Read More

Buzz Vollmer Playground

This playground honors Arnold H. “Buzz” Vollmer (1915-1995), a native New Yorker who became a leading designer of bridges, highways, and parks, working closely… Read More

Calvert Circle

This circle honors Calvert Vaux (1824-1895) the English architect who spent 40 years of his distinguished career in New York City. He designed private homes, public… Read More

Casey Stengel Plaza

This plaza, in front of Gate D at Shea Stadium, is named for Charles Dillon “Casey” Stengel (1890-1975), Hall of Famer and former New York Mets manager. As a… Read More

Citi Field

What was here before? Native Americans and early European settlers once fished in the Flushing tidal estuary, but by the early 20th century the marshland was… Read More

Column of Jerash

King Hussein of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan presented this 30 foot-high marble column to the New York World’s Fair Corporation and City of New York on the… Read More

Ederle Amphitheater

This amphitheater honors Gertrude Ederle, an Olympic swimmer, who began her career in the cold waters off the coast of Brooklyn, and set world’s records at the age… Read More

Etched Granite Pavement

New York-based artist Matt Mullican (b. 1951) created this granite panel on which is etched the history of Flushing Meadows-Corona Park’s development, from… Read More

Flushing Bay Promenade

Once home to Matinecock Native Americans, Flushing Bay has long been an important waterfront in New York City. The Matinecocks, and the European settlers who eventually… Read More

Form Sculpture

This sinuous, abstract and kinetic stainless steel sculpture, known as Form , was created by Jose de Rivera for the New York World’s Fair of 1964-65 held in this… Read More

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Know Before You Go

There are currently 4 service interruptions affecting access within this park.

Recreation CentersAl Oerter Recreation Center

As of Tuesday, March 17, for the safety of our patrons, all recreation centers are closed to the public until further notice. We will be extending all memberships to our recreation center members to cover the length of time we are closed.
Anticipated Completion: Spring 2020

Recreation CentersFlushing Meadows Corona Park Pool & Rink

As of Tuesday, March 17, for the safety of our patrons, all recreation centers are closed to the public until further notice. We will be extending all memberships to our recreation center members to cover the length of time we are closed.
Anticipated Completion: Spring 2020

MarinasWorld's Fair Marina

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, there are service changes at this marina. Marinas, boatyards, and boat launches are open for personal use of vessels only. Group activities, social gatherings, vessel charters, and rentals are prohibited. Vessel servicing, fueling, and pumpout stations are open. Please maintain strict social distancing of at least six feet and clean and sanitize your vessels after each use. Also, transient and seasonal moorings will not be available for the 2020 season.

MarinasWorld's Fair Marina

Due to a major planned reconstruction project, Pier 1 at the World's Fair Marina is currently closed. Limited transient dockage is available for smaller recreational vessels - please contact the Dockmasters office at 718-478-0480 or VHF Ch71 for more information. There is no dockage available for larger vessels or commercial vessels, including passenger pick-up and drop-off. We apologize for any inconvenience. Please check back with the World's Fair Marina in the future for updates.
Anticipated Completion: Spring 2021

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