Things to Do in Queens, New York
Sheraton JFK Airport Hotel is conveniently located near many of the top things to do in Queens, including Belmont Park, Citi Field, Arthur Ashe Stadium and much more. Ideally situated less than a mile from JFK International Airport, our hotel offers travelers easy access to the Belt Parkway and Van Wyck Expressway 678, plus is situated near an array of public transportation options. Learn more about the variety of things to do in Queens and start plotting your trip to New York today.
Aqueduct Race Tracks
Distance: 1 mile away
110-00 Rockaway Blvd, South Ozone Park, NY
Located just one mile away from our hotel, Aqueduct Racetrack is a Thoroughbred horse-racing facility in South Ozone Park, Queens. Its racing events usually take place from late October/early November through April.
Resorts World Casino
Distance: 3 miles away
110-00 Rockaway Boulevard, Jamaica, NY
A top entertainment destination in Queens, Resorts World Casino offers all-day gaming, plus a variety of dining options to suit every palate. Up to 5,000 slots and electronic table games challenge and excite every guest.
Distance: 7 miles away / 1 hour via public transportation (LIRR)
2150 Hempstead Turnpike, Elmont, NY
As one of the most popular things to do in Queens, Belmont Park is the world-famous home of the Belmont Stakes. Located on Long Island, this major thoroughbred horseracing facility first opened on May 4, 1905.
Arthur Ashe Stadium
Distance: 8 miles away / 1 hour and 15 minutes via public transportation (LIRR)
124-02 Roosevelt Ave, Flushing, NY
Spend a day enjoying world-class tennis at Arthur Ashe Stadium, which is part of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. Located in Flushing, Queens is the main tennis stadium of the US Open.
Citi Field (Home of New York Mets)
Distance: 8 miles away / 1 hour and 10 minutes via public transportation (LIRR)
123-01 Roosevelt Ave, New York, NY
Located near our hotel, Citi Field is the new home of the New York Mets baseball stadium. Completed in 2009, Citi Field was built as a replacement for the adjacent Shea Stadium, which opened in 1964 next to the site of the 1964–1965 World's Fair.