Tours in Melville


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  • New York Talks & Walks & Ghosts of NY
    Groups of tourists walk past the current dwelling places of some of the area’s notable residents, such as Addison Cairns Mizner, Paul Ilyinsky, and Henry Morrison Flagler. Unlike the case with traditional celebrity-sighting tours, however, all of these men died decades ago. Their spooky hauntings frame the path of Ghosts of Palm Beach’s walking tours, during which knowledgeable guides share local folklore and paranormal encounters. Stops can include everything from Palm Beach Town Hall to high-fashion shops such as Gucci, Chanel, and Saks Fifth Avenue, where the ghosts still try to buy handbags for a dollar and two bits.
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    65-45 Parsons Boulevard
    Flushing, NY US
  • 7 Bus
    7Bus provides spacious and comfortable charters between Long Island and Manhattan. Passengers settle into comfy leather seats for the duration, equipped with personal power outlets and free WiFi so they can work or surf the web throughout their trip. Parking is free at all Long Island pick-up points, so customers can hop on the bus without having to squeeze their cars into overhead compartments.
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    LIE, Exit 49
    Melville, NY US
  • Long Island Fear Fest
    Long Island Fear Fest elicits screams with spooky rides and thrills orchestrated by Mr. Slim Chance II and his demented associates. Flashing lights and booming sounds re-create an old-fashioned carnival atmosphere as visitors explore the Chamber of Horrors Haunted House⎯a reworked haunted house that immerses horror lovers in a tortuous cavern of frights filled with Slim and his family of freaks' prized possessions and collection of vintage parking tickets. After a frightful house visit, fest-fiends can hop on the Montauk Monster Haunted Hayride and travel into Long Island’s checkered history, wheeling past terrifying tableaus and paparazzi disguised as hay bales.
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    1303 Round Swamp Road
    Plainview, NY US
  • Food on Foot Tours
    Instead of relying on a tour bus, the licensed guides at Food On Foot Tours lead groups through New York's neighborhoods in a relaxed manner as locals: by taking the subway and by traveling, of course, on foot. The four-time Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence award-winning tour leads more than 15 specialty tours, each tailored to specific neighborhoods, culinary items such as a meat tour with vegetarian options, or aspects of local culture. Guides may lead groups to the East Village, Hell's Kitchen, or Union Square, to the diverse ethnic eateries of Queens, or to the waterfront streets of Sheepshead Bay, Brighton Beach, and Coney Island. Food On Foot's Tours always include 4 to 6 stops for food, including at least one sweet stop. Each stop offers multiple options, from a snack to a large meal, but guests are not obligated to make purchases; the average costs for all tour stops range from $15 to $20. Food On Foot Tours also offer self-guided On Your Own Experiences and Feasts & Finds special events.
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    P.O. BOX 444,Wheatley Heights,Wheatley Heights
    Wheatley Heights, NY US
  • Old Bethpage Village Restoration/LI Fair
    Nassau County loves golf. Thankfully, that hasn't gone unnoticed. Today, the Nassau County Parks Department has 18-hole courses, 9-hole courses, and mini golf courses in its gigantic caddy bag, as well as places for players to hone their games comfortably even when the weather gets cold. Here's a quick look at the three driving ranges of Nassau County. Cantiague Park: 17 covered and heated driving range stalls, 19 additional stalls, and a total distance of 270 yards to the far fence. Hours are 8 a.m.?8 p.m. Eisenhower Park: 60 driving-range stalls with a total distance of more than 400 yards to the far fence. Hours are 7 a.m.?8 p.m. North Woodmere Park: 22 driving range stalls with a total distance of 200 yards to the far fence. Hours are 7 a.m.?8 p.m.
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    1303 Round Swamp Rd.
    Old Bethpage, NY US
  • Hampton Designer Showhouse Foundation, Inc.
    Once upon a time, there was an English regency manor house in Mill Neck, New York. Its classic architecture was eye-catching, but people weren't clamoring to tour its premises?that is, until a team of more than 20 top interior designers and landscapers came along. They revamped every inch of the house and its land with sumptuous period details, transforming it into a home worthy of time-traveling royalty, or at least a tenant who calls her reflection "madam." It's so glamorous that this spring, the show house will kick off its exhibition to the public with an opening gala complete with cocktails. One final, heart-warming detail in this Cinderella story? Proceeds from the gala and the subsequent home tours benefit the American Heart Association?hence the "Home Is Where the Heart Is" moniker.
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    393 Oyster Bay Road
    Mill Neck, NY US
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