Discover all the exciting, spooky, and intriguing events taking place on the island this fall.
Gather 'round because we're about to spill the witches’ brew on the most buzzworthy fall activities Long Island has to offer in 2023. The Queens’ neighbor is dishing out fall festivities so extra, you'd think they were auditioning for a Broadway show. Let’s get into this pumpkin-packed, cider-sipping, selfie-worthy guide to fall activities on the island.
8 Bayville Ave, Bayville NY, map
Bayville Scream Park offers a thrilling and immersive Halloween experience with haunted attractions, live entertainment, and a spooky atmosphere that's sure to send shivers down your spine.
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431 East Main Street, Riverhead, NY, map
An annual harvest celebration featuring over 20 local wineries, craft breweries, live music, and more, all set against the backdrop of an enchanting aquarium after hours.
17 Meeting House Ln, Southampton, NY, map
Join the Long Island Paranormal Investigators on an exclusive tour of historic properties and discover the reality of ghost hunting.
75 Colonial Springs Rd, Wheatley Heights, NY, map
Experience the exhilaration of ziplining and conquering rope courses under LED lights and music at The Adventure Park Long Island's Glow in the Park events.
Old Bethpage Village Restoration, 1303 Round Swamp Rd, Old Bethpage, NY, map
Experience a family-friendly, immersive pumpkin trail in a 19th-century village with thousands of hand-carved jack o'lanterns and captivating special effects.
330 Fulton St, Farmingdale, NY, map
Haunted House of Hamburgers is a Halloween-themed restaurant in Long Island that offers delicious burgers, appetizers, salads, and more, with a spooky Vampire Bar for a unique dining experience.
180 Little Neck Rd, Centerport, NY, map
Embark on Un-Living History tours of the Mansion during select fall weekends, where costumed guides share Vanderbilt ghost stories, including staff encounters like hearing the eerie laughter of young girls in the nursery wing.
9. Leaf Peeing
When it comes to fall foliage, Long Island is definitely underrated. From the scenic views at Mashomack Preserve to Old Westbury Gardens, you don't need to drive upstate for the perfect fall pic.
Enjoy 8 days of meal deals, with 2-course lunches starting at only $24!
11. Pumpkin Picking
Long Island is know for it’s extensive list of pumpkin patches and many of them have fall festivals sprinkled throughout the season.
USDAN Summer Camp for the Arts, 185 Colonial Springs Road, Wheatley Heights, NY, map
The World's Longest Jack O'Lantern Trail, marks its 10th season in 2023 with over 10,000 illuminated objects, including locally hand-carved jack o'lanterns and specialty lights.
With this guide to Long Island's fall activities in 2023, you're locked and loaded to conquer the season like the true fall enthusiast you were born to be. Whether you're sipping wine or chasing ghouls, Long Island is ready to set the scene for your best fall season yet.
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