Port Jefferson is a village situated in the Brookhaven town in Suffolk County, New York. The port is famous for being the Terminus of the Bridgeport and Port Jefferson Ferry. It is the core of the Great Port Jefferson, and it serves as a vital commercial and transportation hub of the port. If you are planning for a holiday or a simple tour, then this place must be on the top of your list
It is a lively nautical themed museum featuring hands-on, science-based exhibits and activities for children. We spent about 2.5 hours, whereby it has a sandbox, a large rice boat to play with LEGO, arts, and crafts. It is an excellent place for children of 5 to 12 years and beneficial for hands-on experience.
It is a public beach on situated on the Northern Shore spanning 3450 feet on a peninsula that divides Mount Sinai Harbor from the Long Island Sound. It was cold with a stiff breeze, and the atmosphere was quiet and beautiful. It is a lovely experience for a family.
Sherwood Jayne House
It is a beautiful historical landmark, encompassing a two-story dwelling, five accessory buildings, mature planting, split–rail and picket fences.
It can be visited during August, September, and October when the temperature is around 18 to 29 degree Celsius. I suggest staying at Central Location to Long Island attractions that is at 20 minutes distance from North and South shore beaches with a wealth of dining and shopping opportunities. Another option is a Danford’s Inn and Marina that offers a great trek out to East on the North Shore. We went by boat to the Port Jeff and visited The Fifth Season restaurant close by the marina and beach.