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Holiday Inn Plainview-Long Island

Things to Do in Plainview

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Freeport Nautical Mile

300 Woodcleft Avenue., Freeport, New York 11520

8.5 miles of waterfront, just minutes to Jones Beach, fresh from the boat seafood, fine waterside restaurants and clam bar, terrific entertainment, dinner cruises, side wheeler paddle boat, Long Island Maritime Museum, charter fishing, boat shows and races, boat sales and specialty shops, national fishing tournaments, great festivals and seasonal events.

Jones Beach State Park

1000 Ocean Parkway, Wantagh, NY 11793-4800

Most renowned of all Long Island State Parks, filled with restaurants, concessions, boating, fishing, surfing, concerts and so much more.

Whaling Museum

279 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, New York 11724

The Whaling Museum collects, preserves, and exhibits objects and documents pertinent to whaling, especially the regional whaling history of Long Island, whale conservation, and the history of Cold Spring Harbor as a maritime port.

Tanger Outlets at the Arches

152 The Arches Circle, Deer Park, New York 11729

With over 85 shops, dining and Regal Cinemas, the outlets is perfect for any family. What could be more fun than spending the day with family and friends bargain hunting at Tanger! Brand name manufacturers, buying direct from the manufacturer at Tanger means you'll always save more.

Adventureland Amusement Park

2245 Broadhollow Rd, Farmingdale, New York 11735

Around since 1962, Adventureland features more than 20 rides for people of all ages, including the hurricane coaster, Pirate Ship, Silvers Twister, Frisbee, Music Express, Bumper Cars, a Ferris Wheel and The Hunted House. There's an indoor arcade, food court and miniature golf course. Open April through October, days and times fluctuate depending on season and weather.

Old Bethpage Restoration Village

1303 Round Swamp Road, Old Bethpage, New York 11804

"On some 200 acres of rolling hills, more than 55 historic buildings-- all original structures saved from destruction and moved to the site-- provide the setting for costumed interpreters to portray farmers, teachers, storekeepers, blacksmiths, civic leaders, and the others who made up a community of the mid-1800s."

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