Kew Gardens: A Small English Tudor Community With Big History

Event Pass Information

Event Pass Type
Price
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General Public$35.00 USD
Member$25.00 USD
Student with Valid ID$25.00 USD

Event Details

Meet at the Statue of Job in Forest Park near the Overlook; slightly west of 80th Road and Park Lane South (Google: Statue of Job, Richmond Hill, NY 11418) 

Join guest guide William Gati for this walk of Kew Gardens in Queens, originally developed as a planned garden suburb. The neighborhood exemplifies many of the best principals of town planning, and together we’ll visit the neighborhood’s historic parks, churches, houses, schools, and shops.  

Tours will run rain or shine. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to tour start time. Registration is limited to 15; walk-ups are not guaranteed a spot on the tour. 

This tour will be given by guest guide William Gati AIA, a member of AIA Queens. William is a licensed NYC tour guide, and is the founder and principal of Architecture Studio, an architectural firm that designs residential, commercial, and institutional projects. 

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