Welcome to Huntington

Home to Long Island’s largest downtown, Huntington, NY is a restaurant, music, and artistic destination.

From Oyster Bay to Fleets Cove Beach Park, travelers can explore quaint villages, beautiful state parks, and historical landmarks. Visit President Theodore Roosevelt’s Sagamore Hill home, explore the shops and restaurants at Cold Spring Harbor, or wander the magnificent Planting Fields Arboretum State Park. Other attractions include Raynham Hall Museum, The Heckscher Museum of Art, and Billy Joel’s Motorcycle Shop.

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Syosset Street Fair 2023

The Syosset Street Fair in Syosset, New York, is an annual event that features local vendors, food trucks, as well as live music and other forms of entertainment. This year's event will take place on 9/23/2023 from 10am to 4pm.

At the fair, attendees can browse different booths to shop for unique crafts, jewelry, and other items sold by local vendors. They can also try out different types of food, ranging from classic fair foods like funnel cakes and corn dogs to more unique options such as ethnic cuisine.

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Oyster Bay Cruise Nights 2023

Oyster Bay Cruise Nights is a weekly vintage car show every Tuesday night from Memorial Day through Labor Day. This year, the cruises start on Tuesday May 30th and end Tuesday September 5th (no Cruise Night car show on Tuesday July 4th)

Attendees can expect to see a wide range of cars that are typically over 25 years old, with many being from the 1920s to the 1970s. These cars may include classic muscle cars, hot rods, vintage sports cars, and other historic models. Some car shows may also include antique cars from earlier eras, such as the early 1900s.

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Local's Corner: Oyster Bay, NY Best Kept Secrets

People power is at the heart of Discovery Map! Our Map-owners are our on-the-ground experts for their destination communities.

We once again sat down with Steven Sprachman, owner of Discovery Map Huntington, NY, this time talking about Oyster Bay, NY.

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Local's Corner: Your First Visit to Huntington

People power is at the heart of Discovery Map! Our Map-owners are our on-the-ground experts for their destination communities. We're back with Steven from Discovery Map of Huntington, NY to answer some questions about how to plan your first visit to the area.

For a first time visitor, you should visit Sagamore Hill National Historical Park, home to President Theodore Roosevelt. Sagamore Hill is a National Historic Site and is open to the public for tours. Visitors can explore the house and grounds and learn about the life and legacy of one of America's most beloved presidents.

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3 of Our Favorite Things to do in Huntington

Situated on Long Island and part of New York City’s metro, Huntington proves there’s no need to leave the area and head to the Big Apple to have a great time. You can enjoy lesser crowds and still plenty to do and see, all in this mid-size town.

Founded in the mid-1600s, Huntington is rich with history and its picturesque scenery has served as a backdrop for several movies and television shows. There are also several outdoor attractions in the area, as well as plenty of spots to enjoy dining, shopping and entertainment (Huntington just so happens to be home to the largest downtown area in Long Island).

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Local's Corner: Huntington Best Kept Secrets

Most Discovery Map franchise owners live and work in their map territories. Why does that matter? They’re experts in all things local!

We recently sat down with with Steven Sprachman, owner of Discovery Map Huntington, NY, and asked him some questions about what makes his map destination special.

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5 of our Favorite Places to Stay in Huntington

Huntington, New York, calls to those seeking a destination within easy reach of Manhattan, but also those who would prefer to stay away from the hubbub of the Big Apple and somewhere a little more low-key. On Long Island, Huntington offers outdoor adventure, historic attractions and plenty of dining and shopping. But, of course, as you enjoy it all, you’ll need a place to stay. Here are five great spots to consider booking for your next trip.

One look at Oheka Castle and you’ll ask yourself if you’re still on Long Island, or if you’ve somehow been transported to a grand European estate. The historic property, built in 1919, has acted as a playground for the world’s rich and famous, as well as a backdrop for popular movies and television shows. Today, it also acts as a hotel for those lucky enough to snag a room.

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