Kingsland Homestead Hours of Operation

  • Queens, New York City
  • Oct 07, 2017 – Oct 08, 2017
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Built between 1774 and 1785, the Kingsland Homestead is one of the earliest surviving examples of residential style construction common throughout Long Island, specifically Queens, in the late 18th and 19th centuries. Captain Joseph King purchased this Flushing farmhouse from his father-in-law in 1801, his family and their descendants would live there until the 1930s. Captain King named his rural estate "Kingsland," and made improvements

Come visit the Kingsland Homestead to learn more about Captain King who was both a sea merchant and a farmer, his family and future inhabitants of the Kingsland Homestead.

  • From: 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM
  • Admission: Admission: $5 Adults, $3 Students/Seniors, Free for Members
  • 143-35 37th Avenue
    Queens, NY 11354
  • 718 939 0647
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  • Motorcoach Parking Spaces: Yes
  • Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
  • Path Through History Weekend Event (6/17-6/18 & 10/7-10/9, 2017): Yes
  • Kingsland Homestead
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