Visit the famous Gold Coast region where New York’s elite built theirLong 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. FindLong Island museums
Built in 1697, and expanded in 1772 and 1902, the...
Explore world-renowned beaches, historical lighthouses, culinary delights, premiere golf courses, Gatsby-era Gold Coast mansions, and award-winning vineyards on Long Island – New York City’s Beachfront Backyard. Download a copy of the Travel Guide for inspiration and more information to plan your perfect getaway.
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