Cradle of Aviation Museum

Did you know that Long Island played a huge part in aviation history? So big in fact that, it is known as “The Cradle of Aviation.” Our family had a terrific visit to the museum—something for every age group.

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Brooklyn Bridge

Looking up at the top of the Brooklyn Bridge through the support cables

This iconic bridge is a landmark, a symbol, and a piece of history. This is a bridge that you add “walking across it” to your bucket list. To top it off, the destinations at either end are filled with culture and entertainment. We made a real conscientious effort to fill this bucket list item and […]

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Flushing Meadows- Holiday Edition

Queens, New York hosts an epic playground, Flushing Meadows Corona Park, for everyone’s unique desires with some special treats for the holidays!

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Coney Island

Coney Island is a bucket list item whether it’s tied to your family history, curiosity for its notoriety or just a cool place to see where your favorite films/shows shot a scene or two.

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The Bronx Zoo

There’s no better way to celebrate spring than to spend the day at the Bronx Zoo! This family favorite has been around since 1899 and it is the largest metropolitan zoo in the U.S., among the largest in the world.

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Herschell Carrousel Museum

The Herschell Carrousel Museum is the origin story for many of the wondrous carousels we have ridden.

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NYC in December

“Baby, it’s cold outside”… but winter is a great time to visit New York City!

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Greenport

Greenport is a quaint village with many surprises to entertain every member of the family.

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