- TripBuzz discovered 114 different types of activities for couples in the Long Island area, including Parks (like Central Park), Theaters (like Carnegie Hall), Movie Theaters (like Avon Theatre Film Center) and Art Gallery (like Yale University Art Gallery), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 89 date ideas in or near Long Island, New York, including 89 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Deer Park, Smithtown, Port Jefferson and East Meadow.
The New York Giants are a professional football team from the Northeastern division in the National Football League. The giant's home stadium is Metlife Stadium and the team has a summer training camp at the Meadowlands Sports Complex.
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15 Wind Swept Hill Rd, Wallingford, CT 06492 MoreLess Info
The 65-acre Paradise Hills Vineyard is one of the largest in Wallingford, Connecticut. Visitors are welcome to tour the vineyard, sample Paradise Hills' wines in the tasting room and spend time relaxing by the huge indoor fireplace.
The New York Jets are a professional football team that competes mainly in Metlife Stadium. The team is a member of the Eastern Division of the American Football Conference and is considered a corporation.
Located in the heart of Bergen County, the New Meadowland Market features an array of delicious produce, fresh flowers, home and beauty items and more. The market features over 100 vendors weekly, with thousands of products to choose from.
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74 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton, NY 11937 MoreLess Info
Numerous treatment packages are available through the Naturopathica Holistic Health Spa. Visitors can receive treatment for their body, hair, and even skin with the ability to buy products for home use.
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The Peninsula at Bayonne Harbor, Bayonne, NJ MoreLess Info
To the Struggle Against World Terrorism is a monument that is designed as a giant teardrop. It is in a public park with the names of those who lost their lives in the 9/11 attacks inscribed on a plaque.
The Daniel P. Wren Park contains an open space that can be used for soccer and other team sports. The location also contains a playground, a shuffleboard court, a basketball hoop, and is named after an activist and political figure.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and built in 1672, the Nehemiah Royce House is an example of American colonial saltbox architecture. George Washington visited the house twice and slept there in 1775.
Laurel Hill Park contains two softball fields and a baseball / soccer turf field for those who wish to play in a team sporting event. The park's picnic tables and gazebo also make it a suitable place for a family or group outing.