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  • 1. Boardwalk

    Promenade

    The boardwalk is the social and sentimental heart of Long Beach, so when the beloved historic structure was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy in...Read More

  • 2. Jones Beach State Park

    Beach

    Eleven miles east of Long Beach, this 6½-mile-long expanse of white sand is one of the best-known and most popular of Long Island's beaches...Read More

  • 3. Long Island Aquarium and Exhibition Center

    Zoo/Aquarium

    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

  • 4. Old Bethpage Village Restoration

    Historic District/Site

    Re-creating a pre–Civil War farming community, this living-history museum sits on 200 pastoral acres with soft hills and lovely meadows. The...Read More

  • 5. Children's Museum of the East End

    Museum/Gallery

    Here, as their motto says, learning begins with play. This is a perfect place to let kids run off some steam on a rainy day, or just to take...Read More

  • 6. Cradle of Aviation Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    The museum, housed in two 1932 hangars, is a tribute to Long Island's reputation as the "cradle of aviation." Displays here include a 1929 Brunner...Read More

  • 7. Fort Corchaug/Downs Farm Preserve

    Historic District/Site

    You may walk along peaceful woodland trails lined with native flora and fauna at this National Historic Landmark and important archaeological...Read More

  • 8. Long Island Children's Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    Housed in an old airplane hangar, this is a learning laboratory with hands-on exhibits. Children ages 2 to 12 can explore a multi-sensory garden...Read More

  • 9. Long Island Maritime Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    A 19th-century oystering vessel and a small collection of local craft are on display at this museum 1½ miles west of Sayville village. Changing...Read More

  • 10. Miss Amelia's Cottage and Roy Lester Carriage Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    Built in 1725 and full of beautifully preserved colonial antiques, the museum contains artifacts and exhibits illustrating Amagansett life from...Read More

  • 11. Mitchell Park Carousel

    Amusement Ride

    You can still play "catch the brass ring" at this 1920s carousel, housed in a round, gleaming glass structure, the highlight of Greenport's...Read More

  • 12. Railroad Museum of Long Island (Greenport)

    Museum/Gallery

    Housed in an 1892 freight station, the museum exhibits a Reading Railroad track car, a 1907 snowplow, and a 1925 Long Island Rail Road caboose...Read More

  • 13. Railroad Museum of Long Island (Riverhead)

    Museum/Gallery

    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

  • 14. 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

  • 15. 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

  • 16. Village Blacksmith Shop

    Factory

    You can see a blacksmith at work using traditional, antique tools at this historic shop behind the old schoolhouse in the center of town, and...Read More

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