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Central Park Horse and Carriage Ride with Professional Photographer
"What a better way to experience Central Park than with a horse and carriage ride. Document the experience with photos taken by a professional photographer.Knowledgeable drivers will be happy to tell you about the history of Central Park and you w informative trip through the park.Besides the wonderful memories you will take away HD Photos so you can treasure the moments forever. The photographer will skate along beside the carriage and take pictures. Images will be delivered digitally through Dropbox via an email link.You will be photographed by many i Time Warner Towers Belvedere Castle Bethesda Fountain Bow Bridge
From $125.00
 
Walking Tour of Greenwich Village
"Your tour begins on the corner of 6th Avenue and Waverly Place by discussing the rich history of the village and how it came to be the unique neighborhood it is today. As you walk towards the park we stop at several landmarks including the Edgar Allan Po a former potter's field and learn how this area became the destination for musicians protesters and bohemians. Visit the Brown Building site of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire in 1911 an event that shook America to the core and began the labor movement in this country. Once you'e out of the park we head up McDougal Street
From $35.00
 
Whitney Museum of American Art Admission
"On May 1 2015 the Whitney Museum of American Art flicked on the lights and opened its doors at its new home in the Meatpacking District sandwiched between the Hudson River and High Line Park. It’s been a huge hit ever since. The 220000-square-foot (20000-square-meter) space designed by renowned Italian architect Renzo Piano
From $22.00

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Sandminer's Monument

It is hard to believe that as recently as thirty years ago, large swaths of land in the upscale hamlet of Port Washington were ugly open sand mines, today occupied by housing, shopping malls, and golf...
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Clark Botanical Gardens

This privately run garden is a delight. It is free and has a variety of gardens and trails for the enthusiast to enjoy. There are several ponds, a rose garden, ornamental garden and childrens garden....
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Aquarium - The Birds and Butterflies

A 5000 sq ft exhibit is also part of the POP package, comprised of a butterfly room, a bird room, and most conspicuously a large gift shop. Opened with great fanfare concurrent with the new Hyatt East...
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Aquarium - $6 Extra

The POP ticket allows for additional activities for the above fee ---- 1 - A $5 voucher for tickets for the game arcade, a collection of games of chance and minimal skill is pretty poor repair at...
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Aquarium - Otter Falls

Two North American river otters, named PB and J, must be among the happiest residents of the Long Island Aquarium. With a 1500 sq ft enclosure featuring two waterfalls and a pond as well as hiding...
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Aquarium - Penguin Pavilion

Another unanticipated group of residents is the African Penguin contingent, also housed in the ruins of Atlantis. Continuing the theme set by the snow monkeys, these birds were raised in captivity and...
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Aquarium - Meet the Gay Monkeys

The outdoor exhibits at the aquarium are a much less cohesive and integrated group, to say the least. The most unanticipated display was the remnants of the Atlantis City architecture populated by...
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Aquarium - Shark Tank

A 120000 gallon enclosure houses sharks of several species as well as other fish. For those willing to shell out $155 plus tax, one can descend into the tank in a cage, partially included on the...
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Aquarium - Main Level Displays

The large central room contains multiple small enclosures built into the walls featuring fish from all over the world, each display with an accompanying information panel. One would think that the...
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Aquarium - Sand Shark Lagoon

Entrance to the aquarium proper is via the elevated rustic wooden bridge over a large enclosure featuring sand sharks, relatively peaceful and non-aggressive for sharks, native to Long Island and much...
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Aquarium - Ray Bay

The exotic appearance of sting rays has, since earliest civilization to the present time, led to characterization of these docile creatures as merciless and vicious marauders. History teaches that...
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Long Island Aquarium

Riverhead's Long Island Aquarium will never be mistaken for a world class facility, but is nonetheless a delightful place to spend a few hours with children when on eastern Long Island or the...
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Nassau County Museum of Art - The Exhibits

The interior of the museum is comprised of two floor of exhibits in maybe nine small rooms. The special exhibit on this visit occupied at least 80% of the space, devoted to Louis Comfort Tiffany. This...
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Nassau County Museum of Art - Gardens, Sculptures

The Museum occupies a 145 acre nature preserve with two ponds, featuring formal gardens and 9 nature walks. All existed prior to the creation of the museum, developed by the Frick family who were...
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