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149-19 38th Avenue
Flushing, NY 11354

The Voelker Orth Museum welcomes visitors onsite and via its virtual programs. The Museum is open for tours on Tuesday & Sunday afternoons. Visit the garden Monday-Fridays (10-4) and Sunday afternoons.  This Fall, Third Thursdays @VOMuseum offers new evening hours, from 5-8pm, for visitors

It is still a time for caution and we are keeping it simple, as we aim to reduce the spread of COVID, Mask-wearing is encouraged for indoor visits and outdoor group events.

We appreciate your support. Please help the garden grow and the museum’s programs blossom – by making a contribution today. While some events remain curtailed, there’s a garden and Landmarked house that require the constancy of care and we continue to provide live & virtual programs. And, the Museum has been restoring all of its original wood-frame windows - while remaining open. We hope you can support us by visiting, bringing friends, and contributing as we build back better.

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The Voelker Orth Museum operates as a private non-profit organization. The Museum's education programs are is made possible, in part, by Con Edison and the Museum Association of New York. Programs are generously supported in part with public funds, by New York City's Department of Cultural Affairs, and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature. The Museum acknowledges support from Queens Borough President Donovan Richards, Councilman Sandra Ung, and NYC's Materials for the Arts, its members and individuals.


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