The length of Route 25A from Great Neck to Port Jefferson stretches along Long Island’s North Shore, winding through towns that George Washington explored during a 1790 carriage tour as the newly-elected president. Honoring President George Washington’s journey along this very route, Route 25A from Great Neck to Port Jefferson is now known as the Long Island Heritage Trail and, as designated by New York State, the Washington Spy Trail.
Today, visitors can travel the same Presidential route on a journey that includes early 1900s Gold Coast mansions at the western end of the trail, and 17th Century farmhouses and Prohibition speakeasies in the east. The North Shore Promotional Alliance provides a guide to visiting the major attractions and historical sites along the Long Island Heritage Trail, allowing locals and tourists alike to explore this incredible pathway through history. In addition to sharing this pathway’s story with visitors, the North Shore Promotional Alliance’s mission is to promote the history, culture, and beauty of Long Island’s North Shore.
Blue Salon & Spa97 Main stStonyBrook, N Y 11790(631) 751-0830 (631) 751-0831Email: email@example.comWebsite: Legendshairdesigns.com
LEGENDS HAIR DESIGNS, located in the beautiful historic district of Stony Brook Village is elegant, warm and inviting. We pride ourselves on being an exclusive salon with personal attention and styling excellence.
We at LEGENDS specialize in all aspects of color: foil techniques, color blocking, tone on tone, corrective coloring, Japanese hair straightening and formaldehyde-free Brazilian keratin hair treatments.
Cold Spring Harbor Fish Hatchery1660 Route 25ACold Spring Harbor, NY 11724(516) 692-6768 Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: http://www.cshfha.org/
The CSHFHA mission is to operate as an environmental education center and public aquarium that continues to raise and stock trout. We are proud to have the largest living collection of New York State freshwater reptiles, fishes and amphibians.
Cold Spring Harbor Fish Hatchery & Aquarium1660 Route 25ACold Spring Harbor, New York 11724(516) 692-6768 Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.cshfha.org
After 99 years as a New York State trout hatchery, we opened as a non-profit educational center dedicated to educating our visitors about the freshwater ecosystems of New York. We are proud to have the largest living collection of New York State freshwater reptiles, fishes and amphibians. Visitors can tour our two aquarium buildings and eight outdoor ponds, feed the hungry trout, and try our “Catch & Keep” fishing.
Cold Spring Harbor LaboratoryOne Bungtown RoadCold Spring Harbor, New York 11724516-367-8455 Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.cshl.edu
Celebrating its 125th anniversary in 2015, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory has shaped contemporary biomedical research and education with programs in cancer, neuroscience, plant biology and quantitative biology. Home to eight Nobel Prize winners, the private, not-for-profit Laboratory is more than 600 researchers and technicians strong. The Meetings & Courses Program hosts more than 12,000 scientists from around the world each year on its campuses in Long Island and in Suzhou, China. The Laboratory’s education arm also includes an academic publishing house, a graduate school and programs for middle and high school students and teachers.
Country House Restaurant1175 Route 25AStony Brook, NY 11790(631) 751-3332
The Country House Restaurant
Discover Long Island330 Motor Pkwy.Hauppauge, NY 11788631 951 3900 Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.discoverlongisland.com
Discover Long Island, where white sand beaches stretch along the Atlantic and history and nature await. Visit Gold Coast mansions; play golf where some ofthe USGA's best have battled, tour Long Island's heritage trail, stroll the histoic and glamorous Hamptons, dine on the ‘catch of the day,’ and sample the latest vintage at a local winery. Coupons, getaways, Free Travel Guide. For more information about Long Island, call 1-877-386-6654 or visit www.discoverlongisland.com.
Finnegan's5 Wall StreetHuntington, NY 11743(631) 423-9696
Flair Designer Boutique85 Main StreetStony Brook, NY 11790(631) 689-2992
Holiday Inn Express Stony Brook3131 Nesconset HwyCentereach, New York 11720631-471-8000 Fax: 631-471-8623Website: Www.stonybrookny.hiexpress.com
Located on prestigious north shore minutes from Stony Brook Village, Stony Brook University/Hospital, Smithaven Mall, St. Charles Hospital and Mather Hospital.
Huntington Historical Society209 Main StreetHuntington, NY 11743(631) 427-7045 Fax: (631) 427-7056
Huntington Historical Society
KGM MediaPR FirmLong Island, NY 11790(631) 324-3082
Lessings Hospitality & Mirabelle Private Events150 Main StreetStony Brook, NY 11790(631) 751-0555 (631) 751-0339Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.threevillageinn.com
Lessings & Mirabelle
Long Island Museums1200 Route 25AStony Brook, NY 11790(631) 751-0066 Fax: (631) 751-0353Email: email@example.comWebsite: https://longislandmuseum.org/
Located at 1200 Route 25A in Stony Brook, the Long Island Museum is a Smithsonian affiliate, dedicated enriching the lives of adults and children with an understanding of Long Island's rich history and diverse cultures. The museum is open Thursday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 5. Regular admission is $10 per person, $7 for seniors and $5 for students ages six to 17. Children under six and museum members are free. For information about other exhibitions and programs please call 631-751-0066 or visit www.longislandmuseum.org.
Nawrocki Smith, CPA290 Broad Hollow Rd #115Melville, NY 11747(631) 756-9818
Nawrocki Smith, CPA
New York City Association of Hotel ConciergesFDR Station PO Box 905New York, NY 10150-0905(212) 299-1000 Website: http://nycahc.org
NYCAHC is an incorporated, 501 (C)(3) not for profit organization which fosters opportunities for the professional growth and development of our concierge and affiliate members.
Concierges stand as the very vanguard of service in the hospitality industry. Concierges accommodate every guest request, so long as it is morally, legally, and humanly possible. We uphold a standard of integrity and ethics for concierges both within and beyond the organization.
Oheka Management Corp.135 West GateHuntington, NY 11743(631) 659-1400
Oheka Management Corp.
Old Westbury Gardens71 Old Westbury RoadOld Westbury, New York 11568516-333-0048 Fax: 516-333-68-7Website: www.oldwestburygardens.org
Old Westbury Gardens includes a magnificent, 44-room, Charles II-style Manor House, surrounded by 200 acres of wooded paths, sweeping lawns, lakes, and some of the most beautiful gardens in the world. Programs include classes in yoga, tai chi and painting, horticulture programs, antique auto shows, indoor and outdoor concerts, a Scottish Festival, dog weekends, teas ans tours, kids' days, and many other events.
Pentimento Restaurant93 Main StreetStony Brook, NY 11790(631) 689-7755
Port Jefferson Ferry102 W. BroadwayPort Jefferson, NY 11777888-443-3779 Website: http://www.88844ferry.com/
Ferry Crossing Long Island Sound between Bridgeport, Connecticut and Port Jefferson, New York.
Raynham Hall Museum20 West Main St.Oyster Bay, NY 11771516-922-6808 Fax: 516-922-7640Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: https://raynhamhallmuseum.org
The museum is also the home of George Washington's intelligence officer, Robert Townsend. The home and museum are a time capsule of Long Island Life in the 18th and 19th Centuries. It was built circa 1738 as a two-story frame house with central brick chimney, gable roof, flush siding of wide boards and a five-bay façade with an entrance in the middle. The house contained four rooms, two on each level, with a garret or attic under the roof. The first floor consisted of a “hall” and “parlor” that flanked a narrow passage with a winding staircase built in front of the chimney. On the second floor were two “chambers” that corresponded to the hall and parlor below. Fireplaces opened into all four rooms from the central chimney.
Sagamore Hill National Historic Site20 Sagamore Hill RoadOyster Bay, NY 11771(516) 922-4788 (516) 922-4271Fax: (516) 922-4792Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.nps.gov/sahi
Home and estate of Theodore Roosevelt, 26th President of the United States
Staller Center for the ArtsNicolls Rd., Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY 11794(631) 632-2787 (631) 632-7235Fax: (631) 632-7354Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: http://www.stallercenter.com
Staller Center for the Arts presents music, dance, theatre, film, visual art and more as one of the most comprehensive arts centers on Long Island. Enjoy professional performances from September to May and the Stony Brook Film Festival in July.
Box office is open Mon-Sat, 12 noon to 6 pm. Order tickets online at www.stallercenter.com or call 631-632-ARTS .
Stony Brook Village Center111 Main Street PO Box 572Stony Brook, NY 11790631-751-2244 Fax: 631-751-2024Website: www.stonybrookvillage.com
Suffolk County Office of Cultural Affairs100 Veterans Memorial HighwayHauppauge, NY 11788631-853-4800 Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.suffolkartsandfilm.com
The Office of Film and Cultural Affairs exists to promote and expand the richness of experiences that Suffolk has to offer to residents and visitors alike. While our county is home to scores of museums, many fine works of art adorn our public buildings, religious sites, parks and other non-traditional venues. To make these more accessible we are currently developing a comprehensive, online mapping guide to Suffolk's artistic treasures.
Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum and Planetarium180 Little Neck RoadCenterport, NY 11721631-854-5579 Fax: 631-854-5594Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: http://www.vanderbiltmuseum.org
The Vanderbilt—a unique combination of mansion, marine and natural history museum, planetarium and park—is dedicated to the education and enjoyment of the people of Long Island and beyond. This mission is achieved through the thoughtful preservation, interpretation and enhancement of the Eagle’s Nest estate as an informal educational facility. Exhibition and program themes focus upon Long Island’s Gold Coast Era and build upon William K. Vanderbilt II’s desire that his marine, natural-history and ethnographic-artifact collections promote appreciation and understanding of the marvelous diversity of life, other cultures and scientific knowledge.
The Heckscher Museum of Art2 Prime AvenueHuntington, NY 117436313513006 Email: email@example.comWebsite: http://www.heckscher.org/
The Heckscher Museum of Art is located in scenic Heckscher Park in Huntington, New York, within walking distance of downtown shops and award-winning restaurants. The Museum provides a dynamic schedule of changing exhibitions on American art. Additionally, public programs for adults, families, and children, include First Friday concert series, gallery talks, and workshops. Information about current exhibits and a schedule of programs are available at www.Heckscher.org.
Wednesday – Friday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday 11:00 am to 5:00 pm
Three Village Inn150 Main StreetStony Brook, NY 11790(631) 751-0555 Fax: (631) 751-0593
Three Village Inn
Walt Whitman Birthplace Association246 Old Walt Whitman RoadHuntington Station, New York 11746631-427-5240 Fax: 631-427-5247Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.waltwhitman.org
In 1819, Walt Whitman was born at a farmhouse in West Hills built by his father circa 1810. The Birthplace was restored in 2001 and it is a fine example of native Long Island craftsmanship.
Birthplace of Walt Whitman on May 31, 1819. The site is operated by the Walt Whitman Birthplace Association. WWBA is Walt Whitman’s voice today, celebrating the poet’s vision of democracy, diversity, and creativity. Our programs and exhibits educate the public on Whitman’s life and times, explore his contribution to our nation’s rich cultural heritage, and inspire young poets and writers.
Ward Melville Heritage Organization Education & Cultural CenterPO Box 572Stony Brook, NY New York 11790631-751-2244 Fax: 631-751-2024Email: email@example.comWebsite: http://www.wmho.org
The Ward Melville Heritage Organization is dedicated to preserving historic structures, managing environmental properties and interpreting them through on-site and distance learning education programs.
Located in the historic Stony Brook Village Center, The Ward Melville Heritage Organization’s 8,800 square-foot Educational & Cultural Center is a year-round venue providing activities, events and educational programs to families and children. These include performing arts, music, theater and dance, WMHO Youth Corps activities and community events, outreach to local cultural and educational groups, inter-generational programs and lifelong learning opportunities.