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  • American Airpower Museum - A museum commemorating the World War Two big iron birds, especially the Republic P-47 'Thunderbolt'. Site has good info and photos of WW2 aircraft. (Added: 16-Aug-2012 Hits: )
    http://www.americanairpowermuseum.com/
  • Cradle of Aviation Museum at Mitchel Center - Designed to stimulate and educate the public about Long Island's role in the history and development of aviation and space technology. (Added: 16-Aug-2012 Hits: )
    http://www.cradleofaviation.org/
  • East End Seaport Museum & Marine Foundation - Preserves the maritime heritage of the area and includes gift and blacksmith shops. Calendar of events, newsletter, children's events, and member and volunteer opportunities. Located in Greenport. (Added: 16-Aug-2012 Hits: )
    http://www.eastendseaport.org/
  • Hicksville Gregory Museum - Housed in the historic Heitz Place Courthouse, and dedicated to providing exhibits and a range of science and craft workshops for children and adults. (Added: 16-Aug-2012 Hits: )
    http://www.gregorymuseum.org/
  • Long Island Maritime Museum - Preserving Long Island's regional maritime heritage for educational purposes. Information on oysters, shipwrecks and great events. (Added: 16-Aug-2012 Hits: )
    http://www.limaritime.org/
  • Mattituck-Laurel Historical Society and Museums - Take a stroll through time and a 'living museum' where the past is recreated on a life-size scale when you visit the Mattituck-Laurel Historical Society. (Added: 16-Aug-2012 Hits: )
    http://www.mlhistoricalsociety.org/
  • The Oyster Bay Historical Society - Featuring historical and genealogical maps, photos, artifacts and records, the Society's landmark museum and research library hosts lectures, class trips and guided tours. (Added: 16-Aug-2012 Hits: )
    http://www.oysterbayhistory.org/
  • The Vanderbilt Museum - Museum and planetarium. Was the residence and museum built for William K. Vanderbilt II, great-grandson of New York's famed railroad and shipping magnate 'Commodore' Cornelius Vanderbilt. (Added: 16-Aug-2012 Hits: )
    http://www.vanderbiltmuseum.org/



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