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King Manor Museum

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Vera
Vera
April 22, 2016
Also known as the Rufus King House, is in Jamaica, Queens. It was the home of Rufus King, a signer of the United States Constitution, a Senator from New York, and Ambassador to Great Britain immediately after the American Revolution.
Laura
Laura
April 24, 2015
King Manor, also known as the Rufus King House, is in Jamaica, Queens. It was the home of Rufus King, a signer of the United States Constitution, a Senator from New York,and Ambassador to Great Britan
Mimi
Mimi
March 25, 2012
learn of our History /great picinic area
Shanie
Shanie
November 7, 2016
King Manor, also known as the Rufus King House, is in Jamaica, Queens. It was the home of Rufus King, a signer of the United States Constitution, a Senator from New York, and Ambassador to Great Britain immediately after the American Revolution. It is located at 150th Street and Jamaica Avenue. It…
Alexis
Alexis
October 1, 2018
Learn about Rufus King and his sons, who were active in the anti-slavery movement.

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“This is an office building that has retail shops and restaurants on the lower floors (basement to third floor). The office part houses medical and legal offices. EVERYBODY has hear of Queens Crossing, so if you are going to meet someone, the mention of Queens Crossing as a meeting place will guarantee that all parties will be found easily. These are the restaurants located in the retail/dining area: Spring Shabu Shabu, New Mulan Seafood Restaurant,Paris BaguetteCurry Bo,, Young Street Poke, Wonjo Tofu House,Happy Lemon, 10 Below Ice Cream,Kung-Fu Tea, Ajisen Ramen, Old Street Dimsum Rose House . We've held seminar and workshops at the New Mulan Seafood Restaurant. Seats up to 150 guests ”
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Point of Interest
“Flushing Town Hall is a historic Town Hall located in the Flushing section of the New York City borough of Queens. Formerly, it served as the seat of government of the village of Flushing, established as Vlissingen in 1645, until the consolidation with New York City in 1898. It was built in 1862 and is a 2-story, three-by-six-bay, brick building with basement and attic. A style of architecture that originated in Germany, Rundbogenstil ("round arch style"), was used here and in a number of US buildings of the Civil War Era. The earliest photographs show the building to have been painted a light color. The use of paint was discontinued following adhesion problems during a restoration. A small ”
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Restaurant
“The $25 lamb chops are an expensive treat but the staff is kind and charming and the cook in the front window is a very sweet man. They are also almost across the street from a Patel Brothers supermarket. ”
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History Museum
“The Queens Historical Society, which was founded in 1968 after a merger with the Kingsland Preservation Commission, is dedicated to preserving the history and heritage of Queens, New York and interpreting the history of the borough as it relates to various historical periods.[1][2] The historical society is the only museum about Queens' history within the borough and is located in Kingsland Homestead, which is a historic house museum within Weeping Beech Park. Among the historical society's main projects is assisting in the preservation and designation of the borough's landmarks,[3] the preservation of the Brinckerhoff Family Cemetery,[4][5] as well as several other cemeteries in the borough”
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Library
“This library is set up for the needs of the Asian community. Many Chinese language newspapers and magazines stock the library. Public services are offered in multi-language environments. ”
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150-03 Jamaica Avenue
Queens, NY 11432
Téléphone+1 718-206-0545
Heures d'ouvertureFermé · Ouvre à Wednesday 12:00 AM