Long Island

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If you've never visited Long Island before, you're in for an exciting time. And if you think you're familiar with the area, you might be surprised at some new and fascinating things to discover.

Its beaches are world-renowned and varied. You can enjoy the world-famous 2,400-acre Jones Beach in Nassau County, which enjoys one of the finest parks and recreation systems in the nation boasting hundreds of acres of nature preserves and miles of white sand beaches. There's also the wide-open spaces of Suffolk County featuring Fire Island National Seashore, a thirty-two mile narrow sliver of a barrier island that encompasses a wilderness area and seventeen different beachfront communities.

Long Island has so much to offer tourists and vacationers. It is truly a land for all seasons. In the middle of all those water-borne activities are arboretums, aquariums, hiking trails, bridle paths, museums, Gold Coast mansions once inhabited by some of New York's wealthiest and most influential people, historic preservation sites dating back to the American Revolution, golf courses galore, sporting events, festivals, fairs, factory outlets, a Native American reservation, parks, preserves and a planetarium.

By land or by sea, winter or summer, from Manhasset to Montauk, North Shore to South, there is nothing missing on Long Island except you. More Info...

Hotels

  • Arbor View House B&B
  • 8900 Main Road
    East Marion, NY 11939
  • 631-477-8440
  • Blue Dolphin Resort
  • 7850 Main Road
    Greenport, NY 11939
  • 631-477-0907
  • Fairfield Inn by Marriott Long Island City/Manhattan View
  • 52-34 Van Dam Street
    Long Island City, NY 11101
  • Website: www.fairfieldinnnyc.com
  • 718-389-7700
  • Long Island Marriott Hotel & Conference Center
  • 101 James Doolittle Boulevard
    Uniondale, NY 11553
  • 516-794-3800
  • Mill House Inn
  • 31 North Main Street
    East Hampton, NY 11937
  • Website: www.millhouseinn.com
  • 631-324-9766
  • Pink House Inn
  • 28 James Lane
    East Hampton, NY 11937
  • 631-324-1122
  • Quintessentials B&B
  • 8985 Main Road
    East Marian, NY 11939
  • 631-477-9400
  • Stirling House B&B
  • 143 Stirling Avenue
    Greenport, NY 11944
  • 631-477-2885

Bars

  • Blanche
  • 47-2 Boundary Avenue
    Farmingdale, NY 11735
  • 516-694-6906
  • Zen Lounge
  • 121 Woodfield Road
    West Hempstead, NY 11552
  • Website: www.zenlounge.net
  • 516-280-8080

Shops

  • Adult World Center
  • 67 Milbar Boulevard East
    Farmingdale, NY 11735
  • 631-845-9089
  • Anthony Peters Hair & Nail Studio
  • 2379 Hempstead Turnpike
    East Meadow, NY 11554
  • 516-731-1043
  • Bella Mi Medspa
  • 355 South Oyster Bay Road
    Plainview, NY 11803
  • Website: www.bellamimedspa.com
  • 516-433-0089
  • Cottage and Company
  • 6 Main Street
    Sayville, NY 11782
  • 631-218-1784
  • Huntington Cinema Arts Theater
  • 423 Park Avenue
    Hungtinton, NY 11743
  • 631-423-FILM
  • Kay Cameron Jewelers
  • 48 Main Street
    Sayville, NY 11782
  • 631-567-1698
  • Relax the Back
  • 15 Main Street1
    Sayville, NY 11782
  • 631-567-9001

Attractions

  • Long Island Museum of American Art, History & Carriages
  • 1200 Route 25A
    Stony Brook, NY 11790
  • Website: www.longislandmuseum.org
  • 631-751-0066
  • Montauk Point Lighthouse- Museum & Gift Shop
  • 2000 Montauk Highway
    Montauk, NY 11954
  • 631-668-2544
  • Old Westbury Gardens
  • 71 Old Westbury Road
    Old Westbury, NY 11568
  • 516-333-0048
  • Planting Fields Arboretum State Historic Park
  • 1395 Planting Fields Road
    Oyster Bay, NY 11771
  • 4516-922-9200
  • Stony Brook Village
  • 10 miles north of exit 62 of the Long Island Expressway
    Stony Brook, NY
  • Website: www.stonybrookvillage.com
  • 631-751-2244
  • Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum
  • 180 Little Neck Road
    Centerport, NY 11721
  • Website: www.vanderbiltmuseum.org
  • 631-854-5555

Events

Pride in the Hamptons