Wondering what to do with the kids during Spring Break this year? For families staying in town, prevent the kids from getting stir crazy at home by finding fun Spring Break activities for kids on Long Island. We’ve listed options for both indoor and outdoor activities in both counties.
Head to one of the many wonderful museums and aquariums on Long Island, many which offer classes for kids as well as hands-on exhibits.
Theodore Roosevelt and Audobon Center
Where: 134 Cove Road, Oyster Bay, NY
Contact Info: (516) 922-3200
Where: Adjacent to Nassau County Community College, Mitchel Field, and the Nassau County Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Garden City, NY
Contact Info: The Cradle of Aviation (516) 572-4111, Long Island Children’s Museum (516) 224-5800, Firefighters Museum (516) 572-4177
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Wrong Island Railroad
Where: 679 Hawkins Avenue, Lake Ronkonkoma, NY
Contact Info: (631) 467-1222
Parks and Amusement Parks
With the weather warming up, take advantage of spring days and enjoy time picnicking and playing at the park.
Where: 2245 Broad Hollow Road (RT. 110), Farmingdale, NY
Contact Info: (631) 694-6868
Bayville Adventure and Scream Park
Where: 8 Bayville Ave., Bayville, NY
Contact Info: (516) 624-RIDE
Spend some fun time on the farm with animals, flowering trees and plants, fresh produce and other family friendly activities. It’s a great way to spend a day outdoors, too.
White Post Farms
Where: 250 Old Country Road, Melville, NY
Contact Info: (631) 351-9373
Suffolk County Farm and Education Center
Where: 350 Yaphank Ave, Yaphank, NY
Contact Info: (631) 852-4600
Indoor Play Spaces and Aquariums
If the weather is too cold or rainy, head inside for some fun at one of these indoor venues.
Pump It Up
Where: 255 Community Drive, Suite 250, Great Neck, NY
Contact Info: (516) 466-7867
By Danielle Klein