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Reviewed September 26, 2015
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Reviewed August 23, 2015
What You'll Get
Choose from Five Options
- $12 for two Groupons, each valid for one admission to Old Bethpage Restoration Village Museum ($20 value)
- $24 for four Groupons, each valid for one admission to Old Bethpage Restoration Village Museum ($40 value)
- $36 for six Groupons, each valid for one admission to Old Bethpage Restoration Village Museum ($60 value)
- $10 for four Groupons, each valid for one admission to Tackapausha Preserve or Garvies Point Museum and Preserve ($20 value)
- $20 for eight Groupons, each valid for one admission to Tackapausha Preserve or Garvies Point Museum and Preserve ($40 value)
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 24, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid at Garvies on 8/1, Old Bethpage is closed August 15-16, not valid at Tackapausha on 5/24, 6/14, 7/12, 7/25. Not valid for LI Fair or Halloween Event. Workshops require additional fees as noted on registration forms. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Nassau County Museums
Stretching further back than the Revolutionary War, further back than the Dutch colonies, and further back even than Giovanni da Verrazzano's 1524 landing in New York Bay, the history of Long Island is even older than human writing. Fortunately, it's written into the land itself, and the museums of Nassau County help visitors decipher those hieroglyphics of nature. Garvies Point Museum and Preserve explores how prehistoric peoples once hunted mastodon here and describes the formation of the island. The Tackapausha Museum and Preserve also explores the natural world, putting special emphasis on wildlife that includes birds of prey, porcupines, and reptiles and amphibians. And for a look at history that's a little bit closer to home, curious guests can visit Old Bethpage Village Restoration, a 209-acre assortment of homes, farms, and businesses restored to mid-19th-century style.