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Railroad Museum of Long Island / Riverhead

416 Griffing Avenue / Riverhead, New York 11901 / 631 727-7920
www.rmli.org

Railroad Museum of Long Island has two locations, Greenport and Riverhead, dedicated to preserving and displaying Long Island Railroad history while educating the public on the importance of the rail >More

Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation

467 East Main Street / Riverhead, NY 11901 / 631 369-9840
www.riverheadfoundation.org

Offers several exciting educational programs year round. Seal Cruises and bay investigation cruises available January-April, seal walks December-April. Ecology Center tours year round. All great ways  >More

Shinnecock Nation Cultural Center and Museum

Montauk Highway and West Gate Road / Southampton, NY 11968 / 631 287-4923

Museum depicts 10,000 years of Shinnecock history. A walk with the people exhibit includes murals and sculpted totems by Shinnecock artist David Bunn Martine, a whaling exhibit, educational programs  >More

Suffolk County Historical Society Museum

300 West Main Street / Riverhead, New York 11901 / 631 727-2881

The Museum is home to over 20,000 artifacts that have been donated by generations of Suffolk County residents. These treasures are used to interpret the history of the county and its people in permane >More

Sweetbriar Nature Center

62 Eckernkamp Drive / Smithtown, NY 11787 / 631 979-6344
www.sweetbriarnc.org

Sweetbriar Nature Center hosts 54 acres of beautiful hiking trails through habitats which include wetlands, fields and forests all with views of the Nissequogue River; self-guided nature trails, butte >More

Vanderbilt Museum & Planetarium

180 Little Neck Road / Centerport, NY 11721 / (631) 854-5568
www.vanderbiltmuseum.org

The elegant Vanderbilt Museum's historic mansion is the former home of William Kissam Vanderbilt II, great grandson of Commodore Cornelius. The 43 acre estate overlooks Northport Harbor and the L.I. S >More

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