People walking past food stalls at Queens Night Market, New York
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Queens Night Market

Published by Pat Dorri on February 8 2024

Culinary Delights and Cultural Fusion at Flushing Meadows.

Address: New York Hall of Science, 47-01 111th St, Corona, NY 11368, United States

Customers lining up at international food stalls at Queens Night Market
Tantalize your taste buds with plenty of international cuisine.

💲 Free Entry

👩‍🦽 Wheelchair accessible

🍽️ Diverse food stalls (open 5pm-12am on Saturdays)

🚽 Public Restrooms

Where can I find Queens Night Market?

Located in the heart of Flushing Meadows Corona Park, adjacent to the New York Hall of Science, the Queens Night Market is a vibrant, open-air market.

Why should I visit Queens Night Market?

Queens Night Market is a celebration of New York City's cultural diversity, offering an array of international cuisines, artisan goods, and live entertainment.

It's a food lover's paradise and a melting pot of cultures.

What are the opening hours at Queens Night Market?

General opening hours

Monday -Closed

Tuesday - Closed

Wednesday- Closed

Thursday - Closed

Friday - Closed

Saturday - 5pm - 12am

Sunday - Closed

Closures and holidays

Queens Night Market typically runs from April through October. Hours may vary on holidays and special events.

Be sure to check for latest guidance on the official website.

Sign of Flushing Meadows Corona Park with the park in the background
Enjoy a walk through Flushing Meadows Corona Park to work off all those treats.

Where should I park when visiting Queens Night Market?

Limited parking is available in Flushing Meadows Corona Park for Queens Night Market. Street parking is available nearby.

Is Queens Night Market accessible by public transportation?

Queens Night Market is easily accessible by the 7 subway line and various bus routes.

When is the best time to visit Queens Night Market?

The market started as a small community gathering and has grown into a major attraction, featuring over 100 vendors representing over 80 countries.

Early evening is less crowded, however Queens Night Market gets busier as the night progresses.

What are the best things to see near Queens Night Market?

There are plenty of great places close to Queens Night Market to also explore. Here are some favorites.

  • New York Hall of Science - Interactive science exhibits and educational programs.
  • Flushing Meadows Corona Park - Iconic Unisphere, beautiful gardens, and recreational facilities.
  • Queens Museum - Known for its panoramic scale model of New York City and art exhibitions.
Interior view of the New York Hall of Science
The New York Hall of Science offers plenty of hands on exhibits. Why not visit before heading to Queens Night Market for dinner?
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Common questions about Queens Night Market

Visiting Queens Night Market offers a vibrant cultural experience with great global street food. Here are some other things you can expect to find.

Is Queens Night Market accessible to those with lower mobility?

✔️ Yes, Queens Night Market is accessible for wheelchair users, and accessible for those with strollers.

Is Queens Night Market free to enter?

✔️ Yes, there is no entry fee to visit Queens Night Market.

Is Queens Night Market pet-friendly?

✔️ Pets are welcome at Queens Night Market, but they must be on a leash.

Is Queens Night Market child-friendly?

✔️ Yes, Queens Night Market is family-friendly with activities and food that appeals to all ages.

Is Queens Night Market a year-round attraction?

❌ No, Queens Night Market typically operates from spring to fall.

Are refreshments available at Queens Night Market?

✔️ Yes, there's a wide variety of food vendors at Queens Night Market.

Are there restrooms at Queens Night Market?

✔️ Yes, public restrooms are available at Queens Night Market

What else is useful to know before I visit Queens Night Market?

Cash is preferred by many vendors, so although some accept cards it's best to carry both with you.

It's an excellent place for photography and experiencing New York City's multicultural vibe. so make sure to bring your camera!

Pepsi Cola advertisement sign from an old bottling factory on Long Island, Queens
It's easy to spot the famous Pepsi-Cola sign as you head towards Queens.
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Where to stay near Queens Night Market

There are plenty of great hotel options in Upper East Side to head back to once you have visited Queens Night Market, whatever your budget.