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Flushing Farmers Market in Queens

Flushing Farmers Markets 2014

FRIDAYS: 8.30 am - 4 pm. Open June 21 - November 22.

Location: Queens Botanical Gardens - Dahlia Avenue of Main Street

Flushing Farmers Market Items / Selection. This Queens farmers market includes fruits, vegetables, herbs, multi-grain bread, eggs, meat, honey, chutney, pickles, cider and more - mostly produced and sold by New York State farmers.

Map. Click this link to view a map to the Queens Botanical Gardens which is the location of the Flushing Farmers Markets - Farmers Markets in Flushing Queens.

Flushing Shops. Click here to view nearby Flushing shops.

Flushing Restaurants. Click here to view nearby Flushing restaurants.

Click here to view all Queens farmers markets.

NY Hall of Science farmers market has been cancelled.

TO MANIPULATE MAP. 1) To move the map around, click on it, hold the cursor down, and move the map using the hand. 2) To zoom in or out on the map, click the boxes with the plus or minus signs in them. They are located in the upper left corner of the map. 3) To obtain the details associated with a marker, hover over it and click if necessary. 4) To see a satellite view, click on the box labeled 'satellite' in upper right corner.

For Flushing Farmers Market at Queens Botanical Garden Info / Restaurants Info / Shopping Info / Transit Info Or For Printer Friendly Link - Scroll down.

FLUSHING FARMERS MARKET AT QUEENS BOTANICAL IN FLUSHING / CORONA. Click this link to view a story about the Queens Botanical Garden. Click this link to go to the Queens Farmers Markets section on this site. Click here to view a map of the Jamaica farmers market which is also managed by Community Markets.

FLUSHING FARMERS MARKET RELATED LINKS. Click these to go to Flushing Corona Neighborhood News / Flushing & Corona Restaurants / Flushing & Corona Shopping / Flushing Corona Events / Flushing Business Directory.


1) From Astoria / West Queens / Brooklyn [30 - 60 mins]. From Astoria take the N or W to Queensboro Plaza and [henceforth also applies to Long Island City, Sunnyside, Woodside, Jackson Heights & Corona] hop on the #7 heading to Main St / Flushing and take it to the end of the line. Click this link to directly to MTA subway maps or the MTA bus maps [FYI - slow loading pdf].

2) From NYC [30 - 45 mins]. The best way is to take the E or the F which are mostly express heading to Jamaica and get off at Jackson Hts / Roosevelt Ave / 74 St / Broadway. Transfer onto the #7 heading to Main St / Flushing and take it to the end of the line.

3) From Long Island / Jamaica / Forest Hills. From Long Island take the LIRR to the Jamaica Station and transfer into the subway line. All - Take E or F subway to 74 St / Broadway / Jackson Heights / Roosevelt Ave and transfer to the #7 heading to Main St / Flushing and get off at the end of the line.

4) By CAR. From the Long Island Expressway [LIE] heading East [see West next] you can take Exits 21 through 25, but for purposes of attractions and restaurants, the Exits you'll most likely be taking are the following: a) Exit 21 [108th St in Corona to go to the Zoo, NY Hall of Science], b) Exit 22B [Grand Central Parkway (GCP) for USTA, CitiField - formerly Shea, Flushing Meadows Corona Park [see map for what's in the park] and c) Exit 23 Main Street [Flushing Town Hall, Bowne House, Kingsland Homestead]. For Westbound LIE Exit 23 as above and Exit 22A for USTA, CitiField, Flushing Meadows Corona Park. From the Van Wyck heading south take Exit 11 [69th Road / Jewel Ave - goes to the park] and northbound take either Exit 12A for the park attractions or 13 E to go to Northern Blvd [also NY 25A to go into Flushing Main Street. Click this link for more detailed info on the BQE and LIE exits.

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