LONG ISLAND HERITAGE TRAIL
Plan a weekend get-away, family vacation or day trip along the Long Island Heritage Trail to discover and experience the heritage of the island’s North Shore. Visit our heritage trail communities for local attractions, museums, parks, historic sites, and events. You’ll find excellent lodging and special vacation packages along the trail.
The Long Island Heritage Trail, formerly Kings Highway and known as the Washington Spy Trail, originated in the 1700s . The trail encompasses the entire Route 25A corridor which stretches along the island’s Gold Coast and is a major part of Long Island’s history including its role in Prohibition during the Roaring 20s.
TURN, the new TV series on AMC is a dramatization based on Alexander Rose’s book Washington’s Spies that tells the untold story of America’s 1st spy ring. The series explores the Culper Ring, a band of Long Island friends, considered to be the first spy ring in the nation 250 years ago. #TURN
08/04/2016 – 08/04/2016
News & Special Packages
Walt Whitman Birthplace Association & Host George Wallace proudly present the Signature Series: Walking with Whitman: Poetry in Performance Saturday, December 5th, 2015 Writing with Whitman: Poetry Workshop with Julie Sheehan 2:00-4:00 pm $20.00 per person *this fee includes admission to that night’s evening reading with Eileen Myles and Julie Sheehan Julie Sheehan’s three poetry collections are Bar Book,Orient [Read More}
THE GREAT SYMPATHETIC: WALT WHITMAN AND THE NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW Book Launch and Reading Friday, November 13, 2015 7:00 PM THE GREAT SYMPATHETIC, edited by Jeremy Schraffenberger, collects essays by and about Whitman, as well as contemporary poems inspired by Whitman, all of which originally appeared in the pages of the North American Review. Introduction [Read More}
Walt Whitman Birthplace Association & Host George Wallace proudly present Walking with Whitman: Poetry in Performance Saturday, November 7th 2015 Writing with Whitman: Poetry Workshop with Matt Pasca and Terri Muuss 2:00-4:00 pm $20.00 per person *this fee includes admission to that night’s evening reading with Anthoula Katsimatides, Matt Pasca and Terri Muuss Terri [Read More}
Show starts May 4, 2016 through June 12, 2016
Package includes: a one night stay in standard room, hot breakfast in the Tavern in the morning, Stony Brook Village Center Discount Courtesy Card, and two tickets to “The Mickey Rooney Story.” The show is a live musical tribute to the beloved Hollywood Icon with a high tea luncheon after the show.
Cost: Mid-week starting at $229 (includes show and high tea luncheon) * & Weekends and Holidays starting at $309
*Advanced reservations for the show, “The Mickey Rooney Story” – starts May 4, 2016 through June 12, 2016.
Weekdays Starting at $229, Weekends and Holidays starting at $309
**Tax and gratuity not included
***Rates based on double occupancy
Spring is for lovers in Stony Brook Village. For Fridays and Saturdays only: a $50 voucher will await you for dinner at the Mirabelle Restaurant and Tavern. The next day stroll through the colonial village and use your Stony Brook Village Center Discount Shopping Card in one or more of the 35 shops in the Stony Brook Village Center. Continue past the Village Center on Main Street and see the trees and flowers in bloom as you walk toward the Stony Brook Grist Mill c. 1751. See the miller grind grain into flour as it has been done for over 300 years (OPEN Saturday & Sunday from April 23 on). Then visit Avalon Park and Preserve immediately across from the Stony Brook Grist Mill (an 80 plus acre preserve open from dawn to dusk – Free Admission).
Weekends and Holidays starting at $259 (Package available starting in April)