5 Attractions Outside of the US Open

New York is one of the most exciting cities in the world and here are five attractions to make your trip to the US Open even better.

1. Flushing Meadows Corona Park.

See the unisphere and enjoy the spacious Corona Park. You can stretch your legs after watching an exciting day of tennis. The park has a unique mixture of cultural influences and gives you the essence of New York life.

2. Queens Museum of Art in Flushing Meadows Park.

The Queens Museum of Art is also in the same vicinity as the tennis facility. You will be exposed to a diverse field of art and this is a spot that is definitely worth checking out.  There are also exhibits for children to enjoy.

3. The Book of Mormon

The Book of Mormon is the hottest play on Broadway!  From South Park creators, Trey Park and Matt Stone, this is a critically acclaimed masterpiece.  This is one of the best musicals out there and is comedy at its best from start to finish.  

4. Mets’ Game at Citi Field/Yankees at Yankee Stadium

If you feel like seeing another live sporting event, then why not catch a Mets game in Queens. You can also see the Mets crosstown rival, the New York Yankees, at the plush Yankee Stadium.  Razorgator makes life easy because you can get your US Open, Mets, and Yankees tickets at the same time. The Mets are one of the hottest teams in the MLB.

5. Rockaway Beach.

Rockaway Beach is only 15 miles away from Flushing Meadows Park and is a great way to cool off. Who doesn’t enjoy a beautiful day at the beach? Rockaway Beach is family friendly and is sure to make for a memorable afternoon in NYC.

 

 

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