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The Weather in Kew Gardens
You can see our climate diagram above. On average, the warmest month is July. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is December while the driest month is September.
Experience New York with a vacation home in vibrant Kew Gardens
With what many regard as the greatest metropolis on earth on the doorstep of your Kew Gardens vacation home, you can enjoy Manhattan's celebrated skyline and make the most of both the city and some of Long Island's more languorous spots.
Iconic New York, New York
Kew Gardens vacation homes are perfectly situated for trips to the Big Apple's best-known sights. The neighborhood is accessible to Manhattan via both the F and M trains on the subway and on the Long Island Railroad. From any of these, you can make your way to Broadway for a musical, Brooklyn for its underground music scene, or to Chelsea for its internationally-renowned art galleries.
Why not take a Night View Tour, which offers you unique views of New York, including the famous Statue of Liberty? You'll learn all about the fascinating history of this polyglot city, from its immigrant roots to the glitz of its skyscrapers.
A variety of fun family experiences
In summer, you can take surfing lessons at Rockaway Beach. Head to nearby Flushing for steamed pork buns and a variety of Chinese cuisine. For cinema and video game buffs, Queens' Museum of the Moving Image is sure to delight.
It's not a long way to Long Island
Long Island offers an alternative to the hectic city buzz. For visitors renting a car, it's easy to go see the historic estate at Old Westbury Gardens, visit the birthplace of Walt Whitman, or head out to Springs to visit the Pollock-Krasner House, where Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner lived and made much of their most important work.
The Sag Harbor Whaling Museum offers a nice bit of history of the town and the trade. There are beautiful beaches at Camp Hero and Shadmoor State Park in Montauk, about two hours away, and less than hour's drive away, you can enjoy Jones Beach State Park.
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