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The museum is a beautiful old building and they have activities to keep kids engaged while they walk around. If the weather is nice, spend time walking the gardens and grounds. A favorite place of mine!
While most sculptures museums are costly to visit, Nassau County Museum of Art provides you a free oasis with many beautiful sculptures to browse with. The art museum, quite small in size, does require a fee to visit. Lots of parking available, very nicely maintained...More
This is a small museum located on the north shore of Long Island. It was once part of the Frick Estate and it includes the mansion, education center and a sculpture park all set in a breathtaking natural setting. The museum itself is dedicated to...More
This is a small but very interesting museum. It is best to go when they have an exhibit which draws your interest. Many Nassau and Suffolk libraries offer free passes but check with your local library. Aside from the indoor exhibits be sure to check...More
My children and I have been coming to this wonderful place for years, and have never been disappointed. It is a small piece of heaven on meticulously maintained grounds that are child friendly. The staff is wonderful and the area itself has so many beautiful...More
The interior and exterior structure and the grounds are worth looking at, not to mention the art (sadly, one piece that we really liked was missing the name and no one knew what it was). The ladies at the front were the only poor part...More
The Nassau County Museum of Art is one of the hidden jewels on Long Island's North Shore. The Museum is a converted mansion and regularly schedules interesting exhibits with a theme. Though small by NYC standards, it still contains a permanent collection in addition to...More
This is easy to miss if you don't know it's there. Built in what was once "the Frick Mansion" - contains 2 floors of galleries. Exhibit changes 4 times a year. User friendly, handicap accessible. Family tours for children every Sunday at 1PM. Don't pass...More
Response from TheRealDoctorLew | Reviewed this property |
I suspect kids would not appreciate most or all of the museum exhibits. The park surrounding the museum has some nice large outdoor sculptures and people do picnic on the lawn at times, but this, too, is not much for kids.
I'm not sure if all library passes are the same. In our case, the was for the entire museum. Specific information about the passes was made available online by the South Huntington Public libray, and we were also able to... More
I'm not sure if all library passes are the same. In our case, the was for the entire museum. Specific information about the passes was made available online by the South Huntington Public libray, and we were also able to reserve the passes online.