Floyd Bennett Field
The city’s first airport, Floyd Bennett Field, was once a home base to many famous aviators, including Amelia Earhart. While the airfields have been closed to commercial flights for decades, you can visit ruined hangars and outbuildings, many of which are covered in graffiti. The field isn’t unmonitored, however, and parts of it are still in use by the National Park Service. If you visit, you can totally pretend you’re at Camp Firewood -- they’ll let you go camping (like, in a tent), as well as do camp-like activities like shoot arrows, ride horses, catch Elizabeth Banks making out with Paul Rudd behind the shed, whatever. There’s also a hangar full of antique planes, which is pretty cool.