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Check out our guide for Long Island winter activities. Start on the Gold Coast to tour the grounds of mansions, get outdoors at the park, taste local craft brews and dine in an igloo complete with a fire pit, television and speaker.
Sand’s Point Preserve is home to three spectacular mansions: Falaise; Hempstead House; and Castle Gould. Walk the 216-acre grounds that overlook the Long Island Sound and step back in time to a period of Gold Coast splendor.
This Irish themed restaurant and bar is one of the oldest restaurants in Port owned and operated by the same management. For authentic Irish eats, get the Shepherd’s Pie.
Ice Skating at Port Washington Skating Center
Head to the park for some picturesque nature views and outdoor time. Here lies the country home of 19th century poet, newspaper editor, and civic leader William Cullen Bryant. The park has a pond, boathouse, house, mill and gardens.
Enjoy indoor or outdoor dining with a heated outdoor patio with water views. Get a taste of the best of land and sea.
At the Nassau County Museum of Art, explore the sculpture park outdoors, home to nearly 40 unique pieces.
Overnight on the Gold Coast of Long Island. 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 a self guided tour of Planting Fields. 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.
This Chilean restaurant serves up flavorful comfort foods, delicious empanadas and sweet treats including lemon pie and Hojarasca cakes.
20th Century Cycles, Billy Joel’s Motorcycle Museum is a unique attraction displaying a culmination of Billy Joel’s love of motorcycles
This 1738 structure 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. Raynham Hall has 18th century and Victorian pieces. Garden open to public.
A nautical themed brewery on the Gold Coast, Oyster Bay Brewing serves up IPAs and seasonal ales including Honey Ale, Barn Rocker Ale as the official partner of the New York Islanders and Bourbon Barrel Aged Stout.
A special this holiday season! Rent an igloo in the winter village. Each party has their own igloo with a couch, Adirondack chairs, television, electric space heater, speaker and firepit outside the igloo.
The Inn At Fox Hollow is a luxurious boutique hotel with 145 suites. Complimentary amenities include full American breakfast buffet daily and a dinner buffet Monday-Thursday.