- TripBuzz found 193 things to do with kids in or near Port Jefferson, New York, including 183 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Norwalk, Fairfield, Stratford and Bridgeport.
- From Maritime Explorium to Osprey Fishing, the Port Jefferson area offers 114 different types of family activities, including: Fishing, Theaters, Children's Museums and History Museums.
- An historical village in Suffolk County, Port Jefferson is a tourist town with several indoor and outdoor attractions. This includes live theater and a children's museum, along with outdoor fun like golfing, fishing and paddle boarding. Each year, the city further hosts an annual festival dedicated to the works of novelist Charles Dickens.
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Tanger Outlets, 152 the Arches Cir, Deer Park, NY 11729 MoreLess Info
Known for housing small armor vehicles, Museum of American Armor has both indoor and outdoor exhibits with WWII universal carriers, M8's, scout cars, and more. On the Fourth of July, the museum has a parade with vehicles from its exhibits.
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1050 The Arches Cir, Deer Park, NY 11729 MoreLess Info
Regal Theaters The Arches at Deer Park 16 has numerous theaters so guests can see the newest Hollywood blockbusters, or movies that came out recently that they never got the opportunity to see.
A marina and boat dealership, Tuna's Boardwalk Marina offers a variety of services and amenities. Services include docking, maintenance, repairs, and refueling. The marina also has members only showers and restrooms, and offers a variety of boats for sale.
Fairfield University's Barone Campus Center has been in operation since 1966, and features amenities including a large multipurpose room, dining halls, a mail room, a game room, the campus bookstore, and a variety of lounges.
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W Hills Oakwood Road, Huntington Station, NY 11746 MoreLess Info
The Froehlich Farm Nature Preserve is a natural preserve that sits on 310-acres of land and spans a total length of 1.4-miles. The site supports activities such as wildlife viewing, hiking and jogging.
At Ridotto, visitors can attend a variety of symphonies, recitals, and pianist performances with each season. Many of the performers excel at playing piano, viola, and other classical instruments, and perform classical music ranging from Schubert to Chopin.