Kingsland Homestead

Kingsland Homestead Kingsland Homestead, located in Murray Hill, Queens is a New York City landmark and member of the Historic House Trust.

It is the home of the remains of a landmarked, weeping beech tree, believed planted in 1847 and located near the 17th Century Bowne House, the location of the first Quaker meeting place in New Amsterdam. The homestead houses and is operated by the Queens Historical Society and is open to the public as a museum.

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