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See collections of ship models, paintings and artifacts realting to American Merchant Marine, National Maritime Hall of Fame, a collection of period nautical instruments, a Sperry...
The Science Museum of Long Island has collections of natural history artifacts, live animal exhibits and physics and technology exhibits.
Visitors can explore the mini-zoo and nature trails at this center which also has special programs for children and adults throughout the year.
This folk art museum has woodcarvings, glass, art, china, and tapestry all from Poland.
Housed in a 1793 stone home, this museum focuses on local history and genealogical data and family files available.
This market features farm fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, flowers and plants , jams and jellies, and more. The market is held on Saturday at the Town Dock on Lower Main...
Exhibits reflecting the ethnic diversity of the College, community, and the role art plays in the cultural history of people. The collections are primarily based on American...
This market features farm fresh fruits and vegetables, organically grown produce, baked goods, flowers and plants , jams and jellies, cider, and more. The market is held on...
This nautical history museum housed in the 1897 P.S. 17 School, one of the first school buildings built in the Bronx, displays artifacts, photographs, documents and memorabilia...
This market features farm fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, flowers and plants , jams and jellies, and more. The market is held outdoors at Christopher Morley Park on...
This historic c1772 Adriance farmhouse displays farm animals, a historic orchard, 19th and 20th century farm tools and household artifacts.
This museum has Hungarian paintings, sculpture and silver from the 15th-18th century, saddles, saddle rugs and horse covers, French and European furniture and decorations, Chinese...
Visitors can explore 12 miles of public beach and boardwalk, along with the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge and Ft. Tilden. This is the only surfing location in New York City.
This art museum, housed in a c.1900 three story neo-Georgian brick mansion, the former state of Childs Frick, has various collections including 19th and 20th century American...