Free Museums on Long Island

Windmill, Sagamore Hill, near Theodore Rooseve... Windmill, Sagamore Hill, near Theodore Roosevelt house (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Summers are about fun, but there’s always room to incorporate a bit of history into the fun! Free Museums on Long Island can be a great way to spend a “not so great” rainy day indoors, or a very hot day indoors to keep cool in the A.C. It’s up to you, and it’s all totally free from Nassau County through Suffolk County.

Nassau County

Suffolk County

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By | 2015-02-13T21:25:12+00:00 June 6, 2013|Long Island|Comments Off on Free Museums on Long Island

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Staci loves to write, and loves to share her "take" on everything thrown her way. Movies, entertainment, food, fashion, shopping, money, travel and family. There's nothing off limits at NovemberSunflower.com, and Staci's always telling it like it is: good, bad, and all that lies in between!