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160 Walt Whitman Rd Ste 1101, Huntington Station, NY 11746 MoreLess Info
Thomas Kinkade Signature Gallery At Walt Whtmn Mll is an exclusive Thomas Kinkade Gallery.
You don't have to be a biker to enjoy your visit to the Motorcyclepedia Museum. This 85,000 square foot museum contains hundreds of bikes from the past and present, and three motordromes where guests can watch a heart-stopping display of riding.
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246 Old Walt Whitman Rd, Huntington Station, NY 11746 MoreLess Info
Historians enjoy visiting the famous Walt Whitman Birthplace. The charming farmhouse, originally built in 1801, offers a guided tour of the home and adjacent grounds as well as poetry readings of the famed authors work.
Built on the site of a vintage railroad switching station, the SoNo Switch Tower Museum is located in Norwalk, Connecticut. It features indoor and outdoor exhibits. Admission and parking are free, but donations are cheerfully received.
Featuring full digital projection and sound, Crown Sono Regent is a local movie theater showing the latest Hollywood released films to its guests. Other theater amenities include concessions options, assisted listening devices, and theater rentals.
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132 Water Street, Norwalk, CT MoreLess Info
Norwalk's Sheffield Island Lighthouse & Nature Trail is preserved and managed by the Sheffield Seaport Association. The lighthouse, which closed in 1902, is available for advance tours and must be accessed via boat.
Operated by the Norwalk Seaport Association, the Bird Watching Cruise uses a 45-foot C.J. Toth Quest catamaran to give participants an up close look at local bird life. The two hour cruise of the Norwalk Islands offers viewings of herons, egrets, gulls, and ospreys.
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Corner N Water St & Washington St, Norwalk, CT 06854 MoreLess Info
Norwalk Island Friday Night Sunset Cruise provides a guided tour of the Norwalk Islands. Patrons will cruise amid the lighthouses and islands for approximately two hours while learning both the area's history and its current issues and attributes.
With exhibits featuring the City of Norwalk, Norwalk Museum contains maps, photographs, pottery, letters, manuscripts, signs and a library of over 500 books. The museum offers tours as well as educational programs and lectures.
Norwalk's The Maritime Aquarium is a large institution featuring amazing and diverse exhibits from around the world. Its most unusual features include a shark touch tank, meerkat habitat, IMAX theater, educational children's camp and a series of exhibits on African marine life.