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The New York Aquarium encompasses 14-acres of aquatic adventures, located just of the Coney Island Boardwalk in Brooklyn. The whole family will enjoy the Sea Lion Show, penguins, piranhas, otters and more, plan your visit today.
The Paramount Hudson Valley is a traditional theatre in every sense of the word. Ornate architecture and grand red velvet curtains take visitors back to another time as they enjoy live operas, concerts, ballets, plays and cinema.
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Belmont Park Race Track, the former home of Secretariat, is a beautifully manicured oasis within the New York suburbs. Guests enjoy watching the horseraces, betting and the tracks dining options.
Grass Island Dog Park offers a spacious green grass field for dogs, both small breed and large, to run off-leash. The park also offers fresh water station, waste bag stations and shady trees for resting between runs.
More than just an oceanfront community, Brighton Beach, is home to the largest native Russian community in the United States. Visitors are treated to an extraordinary beach with stunning views, a wide sandy beach and gentle surf.
Posh Greenwich Avenue offers Connecticut's finest shopping experience. The Avenue and surrounding streets are packed with designer clothing boutiques, antique shops, fine jewelry stores, art galleries, spas and world-class restaurants.
Featuring stadium seating and digital projection, the Crown Greenwich Plaza Theatres is a popular attraction for Greenwich locals. The theater features a full service coffee and snack bar, state of the art sound and three screens.
One of Connecticutt's most popular museums is the Bruce Museum in Greenwich. This unusual institution offers a panoply of art, history and science exhibits. Its satellite marine life center is roughly seven miles from the main museum and is dedicated to marine ecology and preservation.