Historic Richmond Hill North Walking Tour

Janes Walk

Led By William Gati

Join architect William Gati for this walk of Richmond Hill, Queens. Richmond Hill North has just been granted New York State and Federal Historic District status. This walking tour will visit some of the neighborhood’s historic parks, churches, houses, schools, and shops. We will enjoy the fresh air, natural sites, historic homes, great neighbors, and lush landscaping of this remote, sleepy, neighborhood. Bring your camera for some beautiful scenes.

Saturday, May 4
11:00 AM
1-2 hours

Walk Details
Borough: Queens
Theme: Advocacy, Art & Architecture, History & Culture
Accessibility: Family-friendly
PS 66 in Richmond Hills, Queens.
PS 66 in Richmond Hills, Queens. Photo: Wikimedia Commons, Peter Greenberg. Modifications: photo cropped.
Meeting Location

Forest Park Buddy Monument and Flag Pole. Myrtle Avenue and Park Lane South in Richmond Hill, Queens. Directly across the street from:10826 Myrtle AveRichmond Hill, NY, 11418-1235


J train at 111th, Q55 bus stop

Closest Parking

There is ample street parking

Finding your walk leader

I will be standing under the giant flag pole.

Ending Location

Same as starting location

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