Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Summer Outings With The Family


Summer is approaching and we have put together a few places for you and or your family to go and visit nearby.


Montauk Lighthouse, Montauk State Park –

Authorized by President George Washinton in 1792, this is the oldest lighthouse in New York State. As a National Historic Landmark, it is understandably one of the most popular destinations (and picture spots) on Long Island. Paired with the expansive scenic views of the Atlantic Ocean, it’s hard to beat. When visiting, you are able to climb to the top, walk the park or visit the museum, which is located in the 1860 keepers’ house.
https://montauklighthouse.com/

Adventureland-

A place for the family, Adventureland has been Long Island's amusement park since 1962. The park offers rides, attractions, games, and more. Located 30 minutes east of New York City, at 2245 Broad Hollow Rd. in Farmingdale, New York Adventureland has something for everyone. Download their Adventureland app or visit the site to learn more about the park. https://adventureland.us/

Heckscher Museum of Art, Huntington-

If you or the family are wanting to go to an indoors location, check our the Heckscher Museum of Art. The museum’s permanent collection includes 15-20th century American and European paintings. Visitors have the option to visit and listen in on lectures and events. Be sure to check their site to learn more about their current exhibitions. http://www.heckscher.org/

The Long Island Aquarium-


For another indoor event, take a trip to the Long Island Aquarium. In River, this massive coral reef display, shark tank, and year-round sea lion show attract many visitors. There are chances for up-close and personal experiences with touch tanks and other interactive encounters. Get a selfie with a sea lion and meet some penguins. There is a boat tour down the Peconic River if the weather permits. 
Learn more about the aquarium by visiting: https://www.longislandaquarium.com/ 

Long Island Children's Museum-

Keeping with the theme of staying indoors from the heat, bring the kiddos to the Long Island Children's Museum. This venue hosts 14 interactive hands-on exhibits, live theater, fun art spaces, and many other daily activities. Check their site for the day to day activities and prices.   https://www.licm.org/ 
 

We hope one of these is your pick or maybe even an inspiration for your up and coming summer of fun! Let us know on Facebook where you end up this summer! 

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