Floral Escape Queens County Farm Museum [New York City, 2020]



A floral art pop up installation in New York City that makes you feel like you are in an eternal garden oasis…..yes, that is how you will feel at The Floral Escape Fall Escape at Queens Country Farm.

There are 10 different floral installations at The Floral Escape with various opportunities for photo ops with your family, friends, or by yourself. It will cost $8-20 dollars for everyone from ages 2 years old and over depending if it is a weekday or weekend.

The Floral Escape is open from October 2, 2020 to November 29, 2020. If you have children 2 years of age and younger, it is free. There are hayrides as well daily in October, a pumpkin patch on Fridays and Saturdays .

Additionally there is a maze, Beer Garden, and food alley all opened on Saturdays and Sundays. The pumpkin patch, maze, and hayride are all opened on Columbus day and an additional fee might be mandatory for these activities.

The Floral Escape is operating hours are 12pm-5pm on Monday- Friday, and 100am-5pm on Saturday-Sunday. There is also free parking in a parking lot on the premise. There is also a street taco stand in the parking lot (food trucks could change).
Tickets for the Floral Escape can be purchased online Here . Also, remember that If you want a travel planner to help you continue planning out activities for 2020-2021, you can find the travel planner that I created above in my Store Here and on Amazon Here.

If you are looking for a weekend getaway from New York City where you are surrounded with more beauty in nature like the flowers at the floral escape are The Coolest Airbnbs In New York or you can go on a try Bryant Park Winter Village until March 2021.




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I hope you enjoy the Floral Escape as much as I did when I went with my sister!

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