The US Open is the biggest tennis event in the United States and also one of the four most prestigious Grand Slam tournaments in the world. This year it is planned to return to Flushing Meadows Corona Park in late August. Travel to the US to have the chance to see the sport’s heavyweights like Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Serena Williams, and Naomi Osaka up close when they battle for glory and a total $57 million prize. Here is a quick guide to help you get the most out of your visit to Queens for this tennis tournament.
Queens is the most populous borough of New York City and the most diverse large county in the US. In the immediate vicinity of the 2019 US Open, you will find Citi Field, which is home to the New York Mets that have a couple of home games against the Chicago Cubs early in the tennis tournament, the remnants of the old World’s Fairgrounds, the New York Hall of Science, and the Corona and Flushing neighborhoods.
Besides the hipster vibes of Brooklyn and the bustling streets of Manhattan, the NYC borough of Queens also has its own spotlight. In fact, recently, it has become a top travel destination. Queens is a hub of art, food, music, and festivals, so see what this vibrant city neighborhood can offer.
To get to Queens, you will need to take a flight into one of the major hubs of New York. Queens is also home to two of New York’s major airports, including LaGuardia (LGA), located in northern Queens.
Here is the list of top 10 most attractive spots in Queens
- The Unisphere – Flushing Meadows Corona Park
- Pepsi Cola Sign, Gantry Plaza State Park
- Welling Court mural project
- Long Island City Piers
- Hunter’s Point South Park
- Flushing’s Chinatown signs
- Queens Botanical Garden
- Francis Lewis Park
- Astoria Park
- PS1 in Long Island City