Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Summer Outings With The Family

The summer season is on the horizon and we can’t wait to get out and enjoy all that Long Island has to offer! 

As you start planning this summer's activities, consider stopping by some of the below places:

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. Learn more here»

Adventureland, Farmingdale

A place for the family, Adventureland has been Long Island's amusement park since 1962. The park offers rides, attractions, games, and more. Conveniently located at 2245 Broad Hollow Rd. in Farmingdale, Adventureland has something for everyone.

Heckscher Museum of Art, Huntington

If you or the family are wanting to go to an indoors location, check out the Heckscher Museum of Art. The museum’s permanent collection includes 15-20th century American and European paintings.

Long Island Children's Museum, Garden City

Keeping with the theme of staying indoors from the heat, bring the kiddos to the Long Island Children's Museum. This venue hosts a number of interactive hands-on exhibits, live theater, fun art spaces, and many other daily activities.  

The Long Island Aquarium, Riverhead

Who doesn't love the Long Island Aquarium! With so many things on their events calendar, you're bound to find something to enjoy. If you're looking to get up close and personal, consider purchasing tickets for a penguin, sea lion, or seal encounter. You can even do a shark dive inside a cage!

From all of us here at P.T.R.C., Inc., we hope you and your family have a fantastic summer!

At P.T.R.C., Inc., we’ve made it our mission to ensure our clients pay the lowest amount in property tax as required by law. Since 1990, we’ve been recognized as fair and honest, and our clients benefit from the close working relationships we’ve established with the assessing units over the years.

This blog has been updated May 2019

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