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Ranked #1 of 125 attractions in Long Island
Category: Parks; Gardens
The Olmsted brothers created this 400-acre arboretum, known for its camellias, rhododendrons and azaleas.
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Cooper's Beach (Southampton)
Ranked #2 of 125 attractions in Long Island
Category: Beaches
Scenic beach stretches 500 feet along the Atlantic shoreline offering a view of historic mansions in the distance.
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Ponquogue Beach (Hampton Bays)
Ranked #3 of 125 attractions in Long Island
Category: Beaches
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Ranked #4 of 125 attractions in Long Island
Category: Lighthouses; Landmarks/ Points of Interest
Located on the tip of Long Island, the oldest lighthouse in New York State offers a museum, gift shop and tours.
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LongHouse Reserve (East Hampton)
Ranked #5 of 125 attractions in Long Island
Category: Art Museums
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Caumsett State Park (Huntington)
Ranked #6 of 125 attractions in Long Island
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Mashomack Preserve (Shelter Island)
Ranked #7 of 125 attractions in Long Island
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
This Nature Conservancy property spans 2,100 acres, and accounts for one-third of the land on Shelter Island.
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Ranked #8 of 125 attractions in Long Island
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Ranked #9 of 125 attractions in Long Island
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
National Wildlife Refuge
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Ranked #10 of 125 attractions in Long Island
Category: Historic Sites; History Museums
Owner description: A bully good historic attraction, not to be missed: the home of Theodore Roosevelt from 1902 to 1906, considered the "Summer... more » Owner description: A bully good historic attraction, not to be missed: the home of Theodore Roosevelt from 1902 to 1906, considered the "Summer White House," a beautiful 23-room Victorian mansion estate that also includes a 37-acre National Environmental Study Area of forest, tidal salt marsh and bay beach. « less
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Ranked #11 of 125 attractions in Long Island
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Ranked #12 of 125 attractions in Long Island
Category: State Parks
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Main Beach (East Hampton)
Ranked #13 of 125 attractions in Long Island
Category: Beaches
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Ranked #14 of 125 attractions in Long Island
Category: State Parks
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Ranked #15 of 125 attractions in Long Island
Category: State Parks
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Ranked #16 of 125 attractions in Long Island
Category: Golf Courses
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Ranked #17 of 125 attractions in Long Island
Owner description: We are a community sailing and marine education facility. Providing access to the water to groups and individuals through... more » Owner description: We are a community sailing and marine education facility. Providing access to the water to groups and individuals through kayaking, standup paddle boarding, sailing, and marine educational programs for schools, groups and scouts. « less
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The Leiber Collection (East Hampton)
Ranked #18 of 125 attractions in Long Island
Category: Museums
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Bay Street Theatre (Sag Harbor)
Ranked #19 of 125 attractions in Long Island
Category: Theaters
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Lavender By The Bay (East Marion)
Ranked #20 of 125 attractions in Long Island
Category: Farms
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Ditch Plains (Montauk)
Ranked #21 of 125 attractions in Long Island
Category: Beaches

Although Ditch Plains Beach has become famous of lately for its surfing, in reality it is most frequented by families during the summer months(locals only).The area for surfing is... more »

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Ranked #22 of 125 attractions in Long Island
Category: Historic Sites
This house, and its adjacent studio, give visitors a glimpse of how artists Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner lived and worked.
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Gin Beach (Montauk)
Ranked #23 of 125 attractions in Long Island
Category: Beaches
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The Paramount (Huntington)
Ranked #24 of 125 attractions in Long Island
Category: Theaters
A venue like no other.
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The Sunken Forest (Fire Island)
Ranked #25 of 125 attractions in Long Island
Category: Forests
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Ranked #26 of 125 attractions in Long Island
Category: Aquariums
Owner description: Two great attractions in one fin-tastic destination, the Aquarium and Exhibition Center features one of the largest... more » Owner description: Two great attractions in one fin-tastic destination, the Aquarium and Exhibition Center features one of the largest all-living coral reef displays in this hemisphere, a 120,000-gallon shark tank, year-round sea lion shows, numerous touch tanks, and more than 100 exhibits and interactive experiences. Long Island Exhibition Center’s first exhibit is Butterflies & Birds! Flying for a limited engagement only, don’t miss them!Named a Top 10 Aquarium for Children by Parents Magazine, Long Island Aquarium and Exhibition Center is open daily 10:00am to 5:00pm year-round (Closed Christmas & Thanksgiving Days). Don’t forget you can now add to the fun with an overnight stay at the waterfront Hyatt Place East End & Resort Marina located adjacent to the property. « less
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Gilgo Beach (Babylon)
Ranked #27 of 125 attractions in Long Island
Category: Beaches
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Ranked #28 of 125 attractions in Long Island
Category: State Parks
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Ranked #29 of 125 attractions in Long Island
Category: State Parks
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Tobay Beach (Massapequa)
Ranked #30 of 125 attractions in Long Island
Category: Beaches
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