Long Island

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  • 1. Long Island Aquarium and Exhibition Center


    With touch tanks, a submarine simulator, sea lion kisses, swimming with the sharks, and a shark keeper program, this aquarium offers a truly...Read More

  • 2. Jamesport Vineyards


    A wood-shingled, circa-1850 barn holds a modern winery and tasting room; the feel is casual and friendly, with knowledgeable pourers willing...Read More

  • 3. Martha Clara Vineyards


    Once a roadside farm stand, the winery founded by the Entenmann family and named for their matriarch, Martha Clara, now has a large, barn-style...Read More

  • 4. Palmer Vineyards


    A small, old-fashioned tasting room leads out to a wooden deck and lawn—a top spot for watching the sun set over acres of vines and farm fields...Read More

  • 5. Paumanok Vineyards


    The Massoud family tends the vines, makes the wine, and greets visitors in a tasting room that has a great view of the whole wine-making operation...Read More

  • 6. Peconic River Herb Farm


    The working farm on 13 riverfront acres west of Riverhead grows more than 700 varieties of plants, including herbs, heirloom vegetables, beautiful...Read More

  • 7. Railroad Museum of Long Island (Riverhead)


    More than a home for old railroad cars, this museum, with another location in Greenport, outlines the history and development of Long Island...Read More

  • 8. Riverhead Raceway

    Sports Venue

    One of the oldest stock-car racing tracks in the country and the only NASCAR track in the New York Metropolitan area, Riverhead Raceway also...Read More

  • 9. Splish Splash

    Amusement Park/Water Park

    At this 96-acre water park you can ride an inner tube down the 1,300-foot-long Lazy River, passing waterfalls, geysers, and wave pools, or go...Read More

  • 10. The Big Duck

    Local Interest–Sight

    Duck farming was a major industry on Long Island when a local farmer erected this massive and endearing 20-foot-tall duck-shape building in...Read More

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