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Spend 3 days on Long Island and enjoy the best of what the region has to offer! Dine at top spots, explore farms for u-pick adventures, tour Gatsby-era mansions, visit historic sites, celebrate fall with spooky sites, and pumpkin picking.
Located in Rockville Centre, The Breakfast Club serves up flavorful favorites including eggs, french toast, and breakfast pizza in an energetic atmosphere. Use the Long Island Downtown Deals Travel Pass for a discounted mimosa tower.
Stop here for a selection of houseplants and flowers along with family fun activities including a fall festival and gem and fossil mining.
Enjoy specialty gourmet foods made with signature herbs and seasonings. Save 10% off the total bill when using the Long Island Downtown Deals Travel Pass.
Crossroads Farm Stand is the place to go for local produce, teas, artisanal condiments, gluten-free snacks and baking ingredients, holistic body care products, savory vegan treats, and organic sweets. Enjoy Long Island sweet corn and apple cider for the fall.
Experience family fun at the Center for Science Teaching and Learning. Use the Long Island Downtown Deals Travel Pass for $5 off your ticket to CSTL’s Dinosaurs.
Rooftop 32 is a unique staple in Rockville Centre serving up flavorful cocktails in an open-air atmosphere.
Stop at Croxley’s Great American Ale House for Croxley’s Pumpkin Beer.
Spend some time inside on the bowling lanes. Get exclusive savings with the Long Island Downtown Deals Travel Pass for buy 1 bowling session, get 1 free.
Set on 7 acres, the property is an AAA Four-Diamond hotel featuring 269 guest rooms including 16 suites and a private Club Level on the 9th Floor. The Patio Bar, King Bar and Salt Room are legendary chef David Burke’s restaurants.
Start the day with brunch and try David Burke’s signature Candied Bacon on a Clothesline and the chef’s patented Himalayan sea salt dry-aging technique.
Museum Row in Garden City is a one-stop destination for some of Long Island’s best family museums. Check out the Long Island Children’s Museum and the Cradle of Aviation Museum
Head to this elegant estate and formal gardens with over 200 acres to explore. Snap an insta-worthy pic with the fall foliage. While you’re here, grab lunch at the Café in the Woods at Old Westbury Gardens. The café serves up sandwiches, salads, baked goods and an afternoon tea.
Stop at Hick’s Nurseries for a picture with Otto the Ghost.
For fall fun, visit this family farm business on the North Shore for a wide selection of fresh vegetables.
Built in 1910 on the 55- acre estate of John and Ruth Pratt, The Mansion at Glen Cove boasts 187 luxuriously designed guest rooms and suites, 60 renovated rooms featuring Safavieh designs.
Take part in the 6 attraction combo and drive-in horror movie experience for the ultimate thrill. Walkthrough the horror houses and become immersed in Halloween haunt.
Located at Planting Fields Arboretum, spend the morning at the estate and gardens and enjoy breakfast on the lawn.
Originally landscaped by the Olmsted Brothers, Planting Fields features 409 acres of greenhouses, rolling lawns, formal gardens, woodland paths and outstanding plant collections. The original historic estate buildings remain intact including Coe Hall, a 65-room Tudor Revival mansion designed by Walker & Gillette.
Saturdays and Sundays from 11AM – 6PM, head to Bayville Scream Park ‘Not So Scary’. The park feature less-scary versions of the haunted houses with no live actors. Families can enjoy a Fun House and Mirror Maze, The Temple of Terror, Pumpkin Bounce, Halloween Express Train Ride, Crafts, Pumpkin Patch, Story Telling, Character Meet & Greet and more!
History comes to life at this 1738 structure which was the home of Samuel Townsend, a merchant who was forced to give much of his home to redcoats in the Revolutionary War. The Townsends were part of George Washington’s spy ring.
Stop for lunch at Café Al Dente in Oyster Bay serving up comfort food and Italian favorites.
A nautical-themed brewery on the Gold Coast, Oyster Bay Brewing serves up IPAs and seasonal ales including Honey Ale, Barn Rocker Ale (which is the official partner of the New York Islanders), and Pumpkin Ale.
Did you know that Billy Joel grew up on Long Island? Catch a glimpse of Joel’s love for motorcycles at 20 th Century Cycles where his culmination of motorcycles is showcased for visitors to see.
A Long Island staple since 1820, the Jericho Cider Mill uses fresh ingredients for homemade pies including flavors of apple, blueberry, raspberry, peach, and cranberry. Be sure to get the cider!
Stop at Milleridge Village for specialty shops and seasonal stores. During the season it is decorated as a spooky Halloween Village.
Serving up Mediterranean cuisine, Opus is a Scotto Restaurant serving up steaks and sushi paired with a wine list of over 600 selections.
The Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze debuts on Long Island for 23 nights from Friday, October 2 through Sunday, November 1 at Old Bethpage Village Restoration. The outdoor walk-through experience takes visitors through wooded pathways, orchards, and gardens of historic sites. Over 7,000 hand-carved pumpkins are on display and illuminated with more than two dozen elaborate displays including the Pumpkin Planetarium, NASA’s Lunar Module and a 12-foot tall Welcome to Long Island pumpkin postcard.
OHEKA is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and a member of Historic Hotels of America®, boasting 32 luxurious guestrooms and suites.