incorporated village on Long Island, within the town of Oyster Bay, Nassau County, New York, United States

Farmingdale is a village in New York. Officially, it is part of Oyster Bay, but this town with just over 8,000 inhabitants is a place of its own.

The North American B-25 Mitchell, "Miss Hap," which was used to transport a General of the Army Air Corps during World War II, on display in the American Airpower Museum

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The historic train station in Farmingdale

By trainEdit

1 Farmingdale is a station on the Ronkonkoma Line of the Long Island Rail Road, which connects Ronkonkoma with New York City.

By carEdit

The main roads in and out of here are the New York State routes 24 (Conklin Street), 109 (Fulton Street), and 110 (Broad Hollow Road).

By busEdit

Nassau Inter-County Express operates a number of bus connections to Farmingdale.

By planeEdit

The nearest airport is Republic Airport, which is literally just a few miles east of the village.

Get aroundEdit

 
Map of Farmingdale (New York)

SeeEdit

  • 1 American Airpower Museum, 1230 New Highway (Long Island Expressway: Exit 49 South [Amityville] to Rte 110 South. 110 South to Conklin. Left on Conklin to New Highway. Right on New Highway until you see Museum sign on hangar 3. Southern State Parkway: Exit to Rte 110 North. 110 North to Conklin. Travel north from the Route 110 exit, make a right at Conklin Avenue following the Home Depot retail complex and make another right at New Highway. Northern State Parkway: Exit 40 [Broad Hollow Road] to Rte 110 South. 110 South to Conklin. Left on Conklin to New Highway. Right on New Highway until you see Museum sign on hangar 3. Mass Transportation: Long Island Railway to Farmingdale Station. From Farmingdale by cab, 2 minutes to Republic Airport.), +1 631-293-6398, . Memorial Day to Labor Day: 10:30AM-5PM; Labor Day to Memorial Day: 10:30AM-4PM. Closed New Year's Day, Christmas Day, Thanksgiving and Easter Sunday. The museum has several historical military aircraft from the 1930s through the 1960s, and also two tanks and a machine gun. It is also possible for a membership donation of $320 to have a simulated experience of being involved in the D-Day landing in Normandy, as you are briefed as if you are about to take part in the mission and then flown on a C-47 that participated in the actual operation. Adults: $10; Seniors (over 65) and veterans with proper ID: $8; Children 4-12: $5; Under 4 years old: Free.

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  • 1 Adventureland Theme Park, 2245 Broad Hollow Road (RT. 110), Farmingdale, +1 631-694-6868. Adventureland is a great place for the entire family. There are rides and attractions for all ages. Adventureland is a full-day commitment if you want to experience the entire park.

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There's a fairly good choice when it comes to picking a place to eat. Most of the restaurants are on or just off Main Street.

  • 1 Library Café, 274 Main St, +1 516 752-7678. In the former library, serves good martinis, extensive menu for lunch and dinner.

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