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The New York World's Fair of 1964/1965 was intended to last just two short seasons, yet the technological concepts, artistic expression, architecture, and cultural impact of 'the Fair' on our modern society cannot be ignored.

While much of what was built for the Fair is now long gone, it lives on in the souvenir guidebooks, booklets, pamphlets, and other ephemera published during the event.  It also lives on in the pavilions, exhibits, and attractions which found use in the post-Fair world and are still entertaining visitors today.


In this area, you will have an opportunity to explore the New York World's Fair 1964/1965 through articles, photos, and videos about an event which would bring the entire world to the heart of Queens.

Overview. In this section, you'll learn some general information about the site of this two-season event as well as some amazing facts and figures about the Fair itself.  You can also view and learn about admission tickets from the New York World's Fair 1964/1965.

Exhibit Areas.  In this section, you can explore the many pavilions and attractions which excited the imaginations of those who attended this two-year event.  
The Industrial exhibitors at the Fair spared no expense in showcasing the latest and future technologies.  Those who weren't focused on the future gave insight into processes which were previously unknown to the average consumer.  International pavilions shared cuisine and cultural treasures like the Dead Sea Scrolls or the Whispering Column of Jerash with people who may have not had any previous exposure to them.  States from sea to shining sea brought glimpses into their history and contributions to the melting pot which is the United States of America. Learn about the exhibits which appeared at the Fair as well as where you might still find them today.

Calendar of Events. Every day at the Fair was a celebration of "man's achievements on a shrinking globe in an expanding universe", but on select days, the Fair celebrated just one of those achievements.  Here are a few of those special dates.


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