Easter Bunny Spotted in 3- Acre Queens Pasture

Hop over to Queens County Farm Museum! Queens Farm will present Barnyard Egg Hunt Special Admission Days on Saturday, March 27 and Saturday, April 3, 2021 from 11:00 am–4:00 pm. The Easter Bunny has planned the program with staggered admission times and socially distanced Easter eggs in a 3-acre pasture. Visitors bunny hurry up to reserve their tickets since capacity is limited to accommodate social distancing. Face coverings will be required to participate. 

The Barnyard Egg Hunt Special Admission Days will also feature an egg-cellent scavenger hunt, hayrides, a food vendor alley and beer garden. Visitors can walk the 47-acre farm and meet the farm’s animals. Advance tickets only for this special admission day. Tickets are$12 for all ages and can be purchased at queensfarm.org. BYOB (bring your own basket) is encouraged.

Planning Your Visit

Queens County Farm Museum is located at 73-50 Little Neck Parkway in Floral Park, New York 11004. There is free event parking and a bicycle rack is available on-site. Strollers, backpacks and bottled water are permitted on the farm grounds. Farm grounds and restrooms are accessible. For more information or to plan your visit, go to queensfarm.org.

Barnyard Egg Hunt Special Admission Days have timed entry to meet NY Forward’s Covid-19 Safety Guidelines. Face coverings are required and visitors need to maintain social distancing. The farm’s Covid-19 visitor guidelines are posted at queensfarm.org and on-site at the farm.

Upcoming Special Admission Days at Queens County Farm Museum include Earth Day’s Bee-A-Pollinator Service Day on April 22nd and Sheep Shearing on May 8th. Program details can be found at queensfarm.org.

About the Queens County Farm Museum

Queens County Farm Museum is one of the longest continually farmed sites in New York State, dating back to 1697. It is the largest tract of farmland in New York City. The current site consists of a 47-acre tract of farmland that showcases the 300-year history of agriculture as a way of life in New York City. Queens Farm is a New York City Landmark and on the National Register of Historic Places. Queens Farm hosts a wide variety of acclaimed education programs, public events and adult education programs. It serves as a vital and rare resource connecting people to agriculture and the environment creating conversations and learning opportunities about biodiversity, health and wellness, climate change and preserving local history.