Finding a day off to spend with the kids isn’t always easy, especially when you’re trying to find something educational and for kids of all ages. Here’s a list of the top museum around the island that encompass content for all age and interest groups.
During a visit to the American Airpower it’s always a unique experience when history flies in the skies over historic Republic Airport! Come visit us Wednesday-Sunday all summer long! . . Photo by: @aviation_photojournal
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- African American Museum of Nassau County: Hempstead
- American Merchant Marine Museum: Kings Point
#NationalTourismDay! Celebrate today by visiting your local neighborhood Whaling Museum! This little gem of history attracts tourists from across Long Island, NYS and the world! Sign our guest book and see how far away people come to discover our maritime heritage!
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The “Dingo” British Armored Scout Car The Dingo is a unique addition to the museum. Although we specialize in American Armor, (as made obvious by our namesake and the flags we display proudly in front of the building) we know how important it is to display the functional vehicles used by our longtime ally in WWII #museumofamericanarmor #british #dingo #scoutcar #britishdingo #dingoscoutcar #armoredscoutcar #northafrica #unitedkingdom #wwiivehicles #dingoarmoredcar #ww2 #wwii #ww2vehicles #worldwar2 #armormuseum
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- Nassau County Museum of Art: Roslyn
“I tend to approach art making as how one reads and employs the five senses. How it looks how it tastes how it smells how it sounds.” Artist Keith Sonnier uses sound within his piece “Quad Scan” to create an immersive experience for the viewer now at the Parrish Art Museum. [Keith Sonnier (American, born 1941), “Quad Scan”, 1975. Quad scanner, external speaker for private telephones, ship-to-shore and ham radios, and electrical wire, Dimensions variable. The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh; Gift of the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc., 2014.8.323. Image courtesy Keith Sonnier Studio, Photograph by Bevan Davies. © 2018 Keith Sonnier Studio/ Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.] . . . . #parrishartmuseum #parrishartlife #parrishart #permanentcollection #artlife #artmuseum #eastend #longislandart #watermill #hamptons #keithsonnier #neon #neonlights #untiltoday #art #artexhibition #exhibition #artlovers
417 Likes, 5 Comments – Parrish Art Museum (@parrishart) on Instagram: “”I tend to approach art making as how one reads and employs the five senses. How it looks how it…”
- Sag Harbor Whaling & Historical Museum: Sag Harbor
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