Flushing Meadows-Corona Park One of the parks that has more history in New York is Flushing Meadows-Corona Park well known for Latinos living in the area of Flushing and Queens. Includes a recreation complex, a zoo, an art museum, botanical garden, museum of science, a navigable lake and a baseball stadium, explore one of the six areas of games, there is space for many activities in the park, is used for hiking and recreation; and there are plays the United States open US OPEN. As a curiosity, the Westinghouse buried a time capsule close to another that is located at a depth of 15 meters in 1939. Both capsules are scheduled to be opened in the year 6939. The Unisphere remains in place and is the symbol of Queens County. The 1964 World's Fair that was in this park which was attended by 51 million people, inspired Walt Disney to make Walt Disney World and it is presumed that also inspired to Universal Studios Florida. This park appears in many films including, Men in Black when the UFO crossed it on falling to earth.