Summer is here and we are crossing off all things fun to do here on Long Island off of our bucket list.
We highly recommend visiting our friends at the Cradle of Aviation Museum in Garden City and enjoying a Nunley’s Carousel ride after you tour and explore one of our favorite interactive museums on Long Island.
Colossal Candy Creations, Flying Unicorn Pigs and Marshmallow Tsunamis to Invade Midtown.
Candytopia, the immersive pop-up that brings a sugar-coated dreamworld candy factory to life, is thrilled to announce its national expansion and debut in New York City. Following its successful Los Angeles run in Santa Monica in early 2018, Candytopia will bring its imaginative confectionary wonderland to Midtown Manhattan later this summer for a limited engagement.
Have you ever been to the Cradle of Aviation in Garden City?
It is one of Long Island’s amazing museums and has some great interactive exhibits for the entire family to enjoy.
Have you been?
Can you believe this weekend is Memorial Day Weekend, already?
We feel it is the unofficial start to summer and we are so proud to wear our Red, White and Blue and honor and remember those who serve and who have served our country and have fought for our freedoms. We love and appreciate you all and your families for your sacrifices! THANK YOU!
How will you spend your three day weekend? Will you attend local events? Head to a parade? or go away?
We have a great list of things you and your family can do this weekend. See below…
Tilly’s Tea with Alice at Tilly Foster Farm Museum in Brewster, NY!
Tilly’s Tea with Alice, an interactive event highlighting Alice and her enchanting experience in Wonderland opens on May 4, 2018! This is the only event of its kind – a fully interactive, playground style outdoor show where kids and adults can hop, jump, play and climb their way through the classic story of Alice in Wonderland.
SLIME Maker Expo (Students of Long Island Maker Expo)
Saturday, May 20th 10am to 3pm
From recyclables to robotics, celebrating 21st century learning for all Long Island students.
SLIME is an interactive day of making for family and educators from all across Long Island. Hands-on learning activities from recyclables to robotics promote critical thinking and problem solving skills necessary for our children to participate in the global community. We anticipate over 100 activities, demonstrations, presentations and speakers.