Astoria in Queens, which has the largest Greek American community, where you can enjoy a lot of interesting restaurants, has a small colony from Eastern Europe. Recently, as the neighboring Long Island City, has become a center of art museums. PS1 MoMA The Museum building is twinned with the MoMA in Manhattan, and focuses exclusively on contemporary art exhibition and presentation of recent works by over 160 avant-garde artists. This museum occupies the large space of an old public school. Visitors often attend the Socrates Sculpture Park, located in Vernon Blvd Broadway corner, with an outdoor exhibition featuring scalable huge sculptures, by artists like Mark DiSuvero, founder of this space.
Nearby is the tranquil Isamu Noguchi Museum, which houses an outdoor garden and a newly renovated interior space housing the sculptures of this Japanese artist. The New Yorker film began its first steps in Astoria in the 1920s, and the American Museum of the Moving Image shows some of the mysteries of this art.
After enjoying all this culture tourists can restore your energy with Greek gastronomic specialties of the various coffee shops and taverns located along Broadway.