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Long Island mansionsVisit the famous Gold Coast region where New York’s elite built their Long Island mansions, castles and gardens perched high upon the bluffs during the 1920s “Gold Coast” era, immortalized in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby.”

Many Long Island mansions, including the castles at Sands Point Preserve, the Vanderbilt Museum, and the Frick Estate at the Nassau County Museum of Art, are open to the public as tourist attractions in Long Island.

Several venerate and aptly explain the legacy of many of these well-known and famous people from New York.

If you’re looking for more mansions on Long Island, arboretum after arboretum dots the landscape, including Bayard Cutting Arboretum, Old Westbury Gardens and other Long Island arboretum sites. Find Long Island museums.

Mansions & Arboretums

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Bailey Arboretum

Bayville Road and Feeks Lane / Lattingtown, NY 11560 / 516 801-1458

Mid April - Nov. Th Features: 42 acres, self-guided nature trails.  Exceptional collection of conifers.  Daffodils in April, flowering trees in spring, annuals and perennials throughout the summer.  A >More

Bayard Cutting Arboretum State Park

440 Montauk Highway / Oakdale, NY 11769 / 631 581-1002

Bayard Cutting Arboretum State Park landscape and tree planting was designed by the famous design firm Fredrick Law Olmstead, who later became famous for designing both New York's Central Park and Bro >More

Bayport Heritage Association/Meadow Croft House Museum

Middle Road / Sayville, NY 11782 / 631 472-4625

MeadowCroft is one of the homesteads of the Roosevelt family, located on Middle Road at the border of Sayville & Bayport. It's the summer home of John E. Roosevelt, the first cousin of President Theo >More

Bourne Mansion

500 Montauk Highway / Oakdale, NY 11769 / 631 277-7800

The Bourne Mansion is the former estate of Frederick Bourne, president of Singer Sewing Machine Company from 1889 to 1905. Built in 1900, it has over 100 rooms and was used as a summer estate. In 1926 >More

Caumsett Historic State Park

25 Lloyd Harbor Road / Lloyd Harbor, NY 11743 / 631 423-1770

Caumsett State Historic Park, the former estate of Marshall Field III issituated on a scenic peninsula extending into Long Island Sound, remains essentially undeveloped, offering miles of bridle paths >More

Coe Hall at Planting Fields Arboretum

1395 Planting Fields Road / Oyster Bay, NY 11771 / 516 922-8670

Coe Hall at Planting Fields Arboretum is a 65 room tudor revival style historic house museum. Guided tours are given from April 1st through September 30th from 12:00pm to 3:30pm. Monday - Sunday. Stro >More

Coindre Hall

101 Browns Road Huntington Harbor / Huntington, NY 11743 / 631 854-4410

Newly renovated and modeled offer a French Chateau. Dogs are welcome on the grounds but must be leashed.

Deepwells Farm County Park

Route 25A and Moriches Road / St. James, NY 11780 / 631 862-6080

Built in 1845 for Joel Smith, a descendant of Smithtown's Richard "Bull" Smith. Home of William J. Gaynor, Mayor of NY City from 1910 until his death in 1913. Special Events held throughout the year.  >More

Dowling College

150 Idle Hour Boulevard / Oakdale, NY 11769 / 631 244-3000

Dowling College is located along the banks of the Connetquot River in Oakdale on the south shore of western Suffolk County. Easily accessible by all means of transportation, our rowing facility - loca >More

Glen Cove Mansion Hotel & Conference Center

200 Dosoris Lane / Glen Cove, NY 11542 / 516 671-6400

Innovation abounds in wide open spaces at this elegant Long Island estate. Situated on 55 inspiring acres just outside Manhattan, Glen Cove Mansion Hotel and Conference Center’s 29,500 square feet of  >More

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