A photo of a large iPad on top of a white pedestal with a 3D rendering of the Panorama of the City of New York on the screen. In the background is an out-of-focus view of the actual Panorama at the Queens Museum.


Have you recently visited The Panorama of the City of New York

Experience The Panorama like never before with our newly launched Panorama Digital Twin!

Developed in collaboration with Pratt Institute, CyArk, and Bloomberg Philanthropies, this digital interpretive tool encapsulates a new era of educational and experience-oriented interactive programming for The Panorama, allowing visitors to get up close and personal with the original model. 

Accessible on-site, visitors can explore close-up renderings of their favorite landmarks throughout the five boroughs, and even “pin their story” to this massive miniature of New York City. 

Stop by soon to give it a try, and consider joining us in continuing to maintain our beloved model.

Support The Panorama

¿Ha visitado hace poco El Panorama de la Ciudad de Nueva York
¡Disfrute el Panorama como nunca con nuestra Digital Twin!
Esta herramienta digital interpretativa, desarrollada junto con el Pratt Institute, CyArk y Bloomberg Philanthropies engloba una nueva era de programaciones educativas y centradas en la experiencia para el Panorama, y les permite a lxs visitantes acercarse a la maqueta original y conocerla de forma personal. 
Lxs visitantes pueden acceder a ella en el muso y explorar primeros planos de sus lugares emblemáticos favoritos en los cinco distritos, e incluso «incluir su historia» en esta enorme miniatura de la Ciudad de Nueva York. 
Venga pronto a probarlo, y considere unirse a nosotrxs para mantener nuestra querida maqueta.

Apoyar El Panorama

An overhead, zoomed-in view of midtown on The Panorama of the City of New York.


Help us continue to digitize, protect, and promote The Panorama of the City of New York for generations to come by supporting our “Maintain The Panorama” fund or Adopt-A-Building program. 

Maintain The PanoramaIn 2024, the Queens Museum will celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair and The Panorama’s birthday. In the lead up to this momentous milestone, join our efforts to raise crucial funds to improve the visitor experience.

Adopt-A-Building: Claim your own piece of The Panorama by purchasing or gifting a building, apartment, or park that is special to you or your loved ones.

Ayúdenos a seguir digitalizando, protegiendo y promocionando El Panorama de la Ciudad de Nueva York para las siguientes generaciones: colabore con nuestro fondo «Maintain The Panorama» (conservar el Panorama) o con el programa Adopt-A-Building (adopte un edificio). 
Maintain The Panorama: En 2024, el Queens Museum celebrará el 60 Aniversario de la Feria Mundial de Nueva York de 1964-65 y el cumpleaños del Panorama. Con motivo de esta fecha tan señalada, únase a nuestra causa y ayúdenos a recaudar los fondos que tanto necesitamos para mejorar la experiencia de lxs visitantes.
Adopt-A-Building: ¡Consiga su propio pedazo del Panorama! Compra o regale un edificio, apartamento o parque que sea especial para usted o para sus seres queridos



The Queens Museum is housed in the New York City Building, which is owned by the City of New York.The Museum is supported, in part, by public funds from the National Endowment for the Arts, the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with Mayor Eric Adams, the Queens Borough President Donovan Richards, and the New York City Council under the leadership of Speaker Adrienne E. Adams.

Major funding is generously provided by the Booth Ferris Foundation, Bloomberg Philanthropies, Ford Foundation, Jerome Foundation, Mellon Foundation, the MacMillan Family Foundation, the Lambent Foundation, E.A. Michelson Philanthropy and Rockefeller Brothers Fund.

Images: (2) Max Touhey 


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