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History in Nassau County

Explore the people and places
that made history

Step back in time in Nassau County. Visit historic Sagamore Hill, President Theodore Roosevelt’s “Summer White House,” tour Jazz Age mansions that inspired “The Great Gatsby,” step into George Washington’s Spy Trail, stroll through Gilded Age gardens, and so much more. Each landmark offers a glimpse into the events and people who shaped our vibrant community – and country.

This 40–room mansion, named to the National Register of Historic Places, is an outstanding example of the…

34 Muttontown Lane

NYIT de Seversky Mansion offers a unique venue for corporate events, from training sessions to board meetings,…

Northern Blvd

Explore history and art at Elderfields: a 17th-century home, art exhibits, and classes by The Art Guild…

200 Port Washington Boulevard

Historic elegance meets modern luxury at The Mansion at Glen Cove. Book your stay or join the…

200 Dosoris Lane

Step back in time

History happens here – and you can experience it all at these epic events.

Summer Like a President

Visit Sagamore Hill, President Theordore Roosevelt’s beloved home, once dubbed the “Summer White House.” 

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Prohibition’s Hidden Harbor

Nassau County’s shores were a hotspot for rum runners – and on this one-day tour, you’ll explore the history and legacy of this storied time.

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Here, history comes alive

Discover Nassau County’s place in history, one museum, mansion, garden, and presidential go-to at a time.

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