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Long Island, NY Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 110
Total Sleeping Rooms 11,204
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 615
Committable Meeting Rooms* 27
Largest Exhibit Space 60,000 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $83
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $46
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $432
*Maximum for a single hotel

Long Island, NY Things to Do and Attractions

Coe Hall at Planting Fields Arboretum

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Coe Hall at Planting Fields Arboretum is a 65-room Tudor Revival-style historic house museum. Guided tours are given from April 1st through September 30th, but groups can be handled upon request. Stroll the grounds, including the restored Italian

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Cradle of Aviation Museum

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Long Island's aerospace heritage was central to America's rise to power in the 20th century. This world-class aviation museum displays resorted planes from 110 years ago to the present, plus actual NASA space capsules. The Leroy R. and Rose W.Grumman

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Heckscher Museum of Art

In 1920, August Heckscher, industrialist, real estate developer and philanthropist, dedicated the Heckscher Museum of Art's Beaux-Arts building, his personal art collection, and the surrounding 18.5-acre park to "the people of Huntington, especially

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Long Island Museum of American Art, History & Carriages

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A nine-acre, park-like setting contains two museums that feature changing exhibitions in American art, history and the best collection of horse-drawn carriages in the U.S. Enjoy the Museum Shop, gardens and a fountain framed by historic buildings.

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Nassau County Museum of Art

Ranked among the nation's most important suburban art museums, Nassau County Museum of Art (NCMA) is located about 25 miles east of New York City on the former Frick Estate, a spectacular 145-acre property in Roslyn Harbor in the heart of Long

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Oheka Castle

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Almost a century ago, financier and philanthropist Otto Hermann Kahn built Oheka on a 443-acre plot on one of the highest points on Long Island overlooking Cold Spring Harbor, for an estimated cost of $11 million ($110 million today). This

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Old Westbury Gardens

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One of North America's most beautiful English-style country estates, it was built for the family of philanthropist John S. Phipps in 1906. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the 160 acres include a walled perennial garden, classical

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Sagamore Hill National Historic Site

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Constructed by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1884-1885, this 23-room Victorian mansion was his "Summer White House" from 1901-1909. The on-site Old Orchard Museum features exhibits and audio-visual programs on Roosevelt's family life and career;

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Sands Point Preserve

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Sands Point Preserve is home to three spectacular mansions: Falaise, Hempstead House and Castle Gould. Falaise is a Normandy-style castle filled with antiques and open to the public for tours. (It's here that Charles Lindbergh wrote his famous book

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Belmont Park Racetrack

Home of the 124-year-old international horse race The Belmont Stakes, beautiful Belmont Park provides an intimate and elegant setting for groups of any nature and is a particularly dramatic destination for corporate events. From April through July

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New York Islanders Hockey

Playing 41 times between October and April each year at the 16,250-seat arena that's next door to the 605-room Long Island Marriott Hotel & Conference Center, the New York Islanders offer group seating in specific sections of the arena as well as in

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Tanger Shopping Outlets

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These large indoor/outdoor shopping malls feature outlet stores from brands such as Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, Brooks Brothers, Calvin Klein, Gap, Izod, J. Crew, Kenneth Cole, Polo Ralph Lauren and many others. Both locations, Riverhead and Deer

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Claudio's, Greenport

In the late 1800s, whaling vessels from all over the world came into Greenport Harbor to unload their catch, refuel, and restock provisions. One sailor from such a vessel, Manuel Claudio, finally saved enough to stay ashore, and opened his own

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E.B. Elliott's, Freeport

On the Freeport "Nautical Mile," Elliott's two levels overlook commercial fishing boats, small pleasure boats and impressive yachts. This seafood-heavy restaurant also offers steak, chicken and other delectable dishes. A covered outdoor deck is

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Lombardi's on the Sound, Belle Terre

With a view from high atop a bluff that spies the Connecticut shoreline 13 miles across Long Island Sound, Lombardi's on the Sound offers a seating capacity from 50 to over 1,000 guests. The Italian cuisine, served family-style, is rated very highly

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Louie's Oyster Bar & Grille, Port Washington

Voted Long Island's number-one seafood establishment, this North Shore venue boasts wonderful views of Port Washington Harbor and plenty of space for outdoor cocktail receptions in addition to having a refurbished dining room with dark wood and high

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Milleridge Inn, Jericho

One of the oldest inns in America, this establishment has been serving fine cuisine to guests since 1672. Colonial furnishings and decor plus wide-planked floors provide an authentic ambience that few upscale restaurants can match. For groups, the

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Oakland's, Hampton Bays

On the edge of the barrier island located on the South Shore, Oakland's overlooks Shinnecock Inlet and the Atlantic Ocean, where boats large and small come by as the sun sets on the shimmering water. Oakland's offers outstanding seafood plus

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Prime, Huntington

With a classic surf and turf menu, Prime's main dining room reveals the spectacular view of Huntington Harbor through full-length windows accented by coral light fixtures and large handmade glass sculpture with soft colors and earth tones. Brick

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Rothmann's Steak House, East Norwich

Set in the heart of Long Islands fabled Gold Coast, Rothmanns history as a dining landmark dates back to 1907. An early patron was President Theodore Roosevelt, who would ride there on horseback with his family. Burt Bacharach and Angie Dickinson

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Snapper Inn, Oakdale

Located on the beautiful Connetquot River, with outstanding sunsets and views of pleasure boats, the steak and seafood here is carefully chosen by veteran service staff. At the Snapper Inn, owned and operated by the Remmer Family continuously since

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Southampton Publick House

Besides serving outstanding locally-procured dishes like salmon and crabcake, plus excellent steaks, this facility is also among the top microbreweries in all of New York. A beer-and-food pairing event would be a perfect fit at this facility, though

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Tellers Chop House, Islip

Located in a 1920s-era bank building, Tellers was created to provide a truly great chop-house menu combined with American cuisine and local seafood dishes in an atmosphere that is classic yet contemporary. From the spectacular dining room dominated

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Adventureland Amusement Park, East Farmingdale

A Long Island entertainment staple since 1962, Adventureland Amusement Park features arcade games, a midway, rides, magic shows and other attractions. Adventureland is open March through October. Groups rates and catering packages for corporate

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LI Children's Museum, Garden City

First opened in 1993, the Long Island Children's Museum (LICM) is a learning laboratory that inspires children and adults through interdisciplinary, hands-on, fun experiences. The museum is located in a 40,000-square-foot, world-class facility at

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Lighthouses

Lighthouses are a fast-disappearing part of coastal heritage. Long Island lighthouses on display include the 1796 Montauk Point Lighthouse, a 110.5-foot lighthouse that has a museum and gift shop. The 168-foot Fire Island Lighthouse, completed in

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Long Island Aquarium and Exhibition Center

Located along the Peconic River, the Long Island Aquarium features more than 100 exhibits and interactive experiences, including Shark Dive, the 120,000-gallon Lost City of Atlantis Shark Exhibit, North America's largest all-living Coral Reef

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Long Island Ducks Baseball

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An independent leagueball team with a rabid local following, the Ducks play their 72 home games each May to September at Bethpage Ballpark in Central Islip, where there are 6,000 seats and 20 luxury suites. Groups are welcome to watch the Ducks when

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Old Bethpage Village

This restored Colonial village provides visitors with a unique and wonderful opportunity to step back in time and experience life in a recreated mid-19th-century American village. The 209-acre village includes an assortment of homes, farms and

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Sag Harbor Whaling Museum

Housed in a 1845 mansion (designed by prominent 19th-century American architect Minard LaFever) the Sag Harbor Whaling Museum chronicles the 19th-century whaling history of Long Island, when Sag Harbor was one of the busiest whaling ports in the

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Splish Splash Water Park, Calverton

A 96-acre water-themed amusement park, Splish Splash offers a variety of "rides & slides" that are suitable for all ages. Families can enjoy the Lazy River, Soak city, the Abyss and more. (More rides available with height restrictions.)

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Vanderbilt Museum & Planetarium

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. Sound. Visitors take guided tours of the mansion or

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Black Course at Bethpage State Park

The site of the 2002 and 2009 US Open Golf Championships, this course is among the toughest in America—and among the toughest at which to get a tee time. There are, however, four other wonderful courses on site that accommodate group outings, plus a

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Fire Island National Seashore Ferries

Take a ferry from the towns of Patchogue, Sayville or Bay Shore to visit this barrier island that has only paths, not roads. Fire Island's unspoiled terrain provides habitat for sensitive flora and fauna, and offer a back-in-time experience. Fire

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Long Island Beaches and Coastal Attractions

With 118 miles of coastline and home to some of the best beaches in the U.S. (as routinely designated by Dr. Beach), activities, such as Beach Olympics followed by catered clam- or lobster-bakes, are always on the list of possibilities. For coastal

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Long Island Wine Country

Please talk about wine country in general and not any one winery inparticular. You can mention Bedell but mention others that have actual indoor meeting space such as Martha Clara Vineyards, Castello di Borghese and Duck Walk North. Bedell Cellars is

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