The scenic and serene North Shore awaits from our centrally located hotel in Hauppauge, New York. Tee off at the world-class Wind Watch Golf & Country Club, located adjacent to the Hyatt Regency Long Island, or find high-end shopping at Tanger Outlets and Long Island wineries on the East End a short drive away.
Family-owned and operated, this vibrant winery offers year-round tastings and tours, as well as special events and an intimate Inside the Cellar series to teach visitors about the history of its award-winning wines.
This 209-acre farm located on the Nassau-Suffolk border contains 51 19th Century buildings and seven reconstructions. Trace the footsteps of Long Islanders from that period with a visit to the general store or schoolhouse.
A mansion, planetarium, and natural history museum all in one, this iconic institution in Suffolk County, celebrates the Vanderbilts’ legendary history in New York. Be amazed at the splendid 24-room mansion built by William K. Vanderbilt II.
Foster your little Einstein's love of science at this museum. Kids of all ages and grade levels can participate in several one-and-a-half hour programs featuring a range of hands-on experiments. Find out how sound travels, and make your hair stand on end at the static electricity exhibit.
Nassau County Firefighters Museum & Education Center
This inspiring 5,000-square-foot center, located on Museum Row, offers a look at the history of firefighting on Long Island with trucks and gear throughout the ages, plus a children’s center and poignant 9/11 tribute.
Find bargains galore at this outlet center with more than 165 stores, including brand-name designers and retail favorites. Stop by at the end of each season or grab a coupon book for even more savings on style.
A high-end shopping mecca, this 220,000-square-foot outdoor mall features the biggest names in fashion including Prada, Hermes, Cartier, and Valentino. Dine at upscale eateries or relax in the beautifully landscaped gardens.
Discover Long Island’s rich history at this village center and shopping destination. Stop in the Grist Mill, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Hop on a Discovery Cruise at the marina and float through an 88-acre wetland preserve.
One of the region’s largest outdoor venues, this popular amphitheater offers summer concerts and entertainment, ranging from comedy to music to festivals and expos. Enjoy views of the Atlantic Ocean during the show.