Things to see and do - Oyster Bay
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Oyster Bay Travel guide
Oyster Bay : Michelin's recommendations
Famed as a vacation spot and for its sheltered pleasure-craft harbor, this picturesque town brims with historic landmarks, quaint shops and tree-shaded streets lined with Victorian and Colonial homes. Oyster Bay's most famous resident was US President Theodore Roosevelt; his grave is located in Young's Cemetery.
Tourist attractions Oyster Bay : Things to see and do
Planting Fields Rd
Formerly the private estate of financier William Robertson Coe, the 409 acres of planting fields include 160 acres that have been developed as an arboretum; the remaining have been kept as a natural habitat. Rhododendrons, azaleas, ornamentals and ca..
20 W. Main St.
This old-fashioned farmstead was the home of Samuel Townsend, whose son, Robert, was George Washington's chief intelligence agent in New York City at the time of the American Revolution. Inside you'll see period furniture and memorabilia dating from ..