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Landmarks (designated & Popular) on Long Island, NY

Updated Oct 05 2014 04:20 PM EST with 4 listings
Local landmarks including museums, buildings and historic sites of various types.
Landmarks (designated & Popular) on Long Island, NY

Big Duck, The

Long Island's landmark & a designated historic site & living museum, you may see it on Long Island postcards. It is a building that is a .....big duck! restored to its original 1930's condition & offering 'duckbilia'.
Route 24, Flanders NY 11901 Tel 631-852-8292

Custom House

In 1789, Sag Harbor was the first U.S. port of entry. Museum is in the home of the port's first U.S. customs master.
161 Main St., Sag Harbor NY 11724 and Garden St., Tel 631-692-4664
E-mail: staff@splia.org; Website: splia.org

Old Grace Church Museum

The oldest church in Massapequa erected in 1844. With it's stained glass windows, offers an excellent example of church architecture of the period.
Cedar Shore Dr., Massapequa NY 11758 Tel 516-799-4676

Sagamore Hill National Historic Site

Oyster Bay Long Island NY Teddy Roosevelt's home Tours of house every 1/2 hour from 9:30-4 Admission $5 for people over 17 Also, Visitor Center & Old Orchard Museum
20 Sagamore Hill Drive, Oyster Bay Cove NY 11771 Off Cove Neck Rd., Tel 516-922-4788
General Info: 516-922-4447; E-mail: sahi_information@nps.gov
Website: nps.gov