|The Sands Point Preserve is a large estate on the north shore that will engage a child's imagination.|
|Heckscher Park, just east of Huntington village, features a playground, tennis courts, walking paths and lots of open public spaces.|
|The playground at Cedar Creek Park in Seaford has long been considered one of Long Island's best. It has a lot to offer, with four play areas and lots of room to roam.|
|The Vanderbilt Museum and Planetarium in Centerport has a diverse collection of natural history exhibits set on a beautiful Gold Coast Estate.|
|The Cradle of Aviation Museum in Garden City is a great place for kids to explore the history of flight and air travel with a special eye towards Long Island's contributions to aerospace. With a combination of historic displays and hands-on activities, there's plenty to do for children of all ages.|
|The Garvies Point Museum in Glen Cove has an interesting mix of geological and historical exhibits that will engage kids who are interested in dinosaurs, rocks or Native Americans.|
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