429 Duffy Ave.
Hicksville, NY 11801
Phone: (516) 433-3900
Fax: (516) 433-3909
Spread over less than one acre of land, the Heitz Place Courthouse is a great historic structure and probably the last remaining judicial buildings in the County today. The structure also features the Hicksville Gregory Museum that is a great place to visit and especially an amazing place to visit for the kids at schools to learn more about the County.
Extremely accessible for locals and visitors to Long Island, Eisenhower Park offers a wide variety of facilities for sports : three golf courses, 16 lighted tennis courts, 25 athletics courts, a batting cage, an aquatics center for swimming, playgrounds, and even miniature golf! Later, perhaps while catching your breath, visit one of the memorials, watch a show at the Harry Chapin Lakeside Theatre, or dine at the beautiful Carltun on the Park restaurant.
Considered as a premier educational institute of the region, The State University of New York College at Old Westbury is a revered college when it comes to academics. Imparting quality education in the domain of liberal arts, the college ensures a professional growth of each and every student who enters the campus. The college is not just known for its curricular activities but also for the cultural, sporting and other regular events that take place here. Check website to know more.
Regarded as one of the finest education institutions of the region, the Hofstra University is a popular institution that offers a plethora of undergraduate and graduate-level courses in various domains. The college not just provides quality education but also promotes extra-curricular activities. The Hofstra University organizes various cultural events like concerts, gigs and sporting events on a regular basis. Apart from that, it also conducts recreational activities, seminars and training sessions at times. Check website for details.
Clark Botanic Garden was set up in 1969 and is located at the erstwhile estate of Grenville Clark, a renowned attorney and a counselor to President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Conifers, roses and medicinal plants form a part of the garden’s extensive collection.
Discover Long Island life as it was in the mid-19th century at this living history museum that is situated on 100 beautiful acres and includes antique filled homes and shops, gardens, farms, and fields.
Designed by well known architect William Tubby, the Old Nassau County Courthouse sports a Classical Revival style of architecture. Located on the Franklin Avenue of Garden City, its cornerstone had been laid by Theodore Roosevelt in 1900. In the 1930s a new county courthouse was commissioned in Mineola and the old one was added to the National Register of Historical Places in 1978.
Nestled in the heart of Hempstead, the Rectory of St. George's Episcopal Church was established in 1793. It served as the residence of the rectors of St. George's Episcopal Church. This humble structure was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1988. Great efforts are being taken to preserve this city landmark.
The Benjamin Moore Estate or the Chelsea Mansion was constructed way back in 1924. This house fuses three different styles of architectural designing, French, English and Chinese. Owned by Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Moore, its splendor complete with the beautiful gardens is a sight to behold. Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979, it can now be rented for private events and celebrations.
Known for its five world-class golf courses, this State park also features hiking and biking trails, a championship polo field, tennis courts, cross-country skiing, a golf pro shop, bridle paths, and a restaurant.
This nature center and preserve lies on 550 beautiful, natural acres and includes ten miles of nature trails, two self guided trails, and numerous wild plants.
The attractions at Adventureland are a draw for kids of all ages, with thrill rides, water rides, and kids & family rides. Arcade-style games tempt players with great prizes, food is available at the family restaurant or at stations throughout the park, and the shopping area offers souvenirs and freshly-made fudge and candies. This is a favorite spot for birthday parties and special events such as Halloween or a science day. Several ticketing options are available, and prices vary per ride; see website for details.