Tour and Discover the many Different Sides of New York in Glen Cove, New York

Countless Museums, Parks, Historical Landmarks and Retail Outlets to Enjoy in Downtown Glen Cove

The city of Glen Cove enjoyed a huge growth back in the 20th century and is one of the few original Gold Coast locations along the North Shore that is now a city instead of a town. With nearly 30,000 residents calling it home, it offers visitors a myriad of attractions to explore in and they range from medium-sized museums to parks and hiking trails.

Like many parts within the New York State, Glen Cove was originally an indigenous settlement and it was so for thousands of years before it was founded by European migrants along Lenape (a part of Delaware). This gives the city a little bit of a cultural diversity that visitors can experience for themselves during their visit. In fact, many of the city’s current residents are either second or third generation European immigrants.

The city of Glen Cove has much to offer in terms of attractions and we have outlined some places people can visit, hold group gatherings, weddings, corporate functions, business meetings, bachelor or bachelorette parties, exhibitions and promotional tours in. And if this is what you intend to do, give US Coachways a call to find out how we can provide you with the safest, most modern and affordable charter bus, coach charter, mini bus, school bus, tour bus, party bus, sleeper coaches and other exotic vehicles in New York cities like Glen Cove, Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, Rochester, Staten Island, Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Albany and many more.

Some of the Best Attractions and Points of Interest in Glen Cove

Having trouble trying to find out which attraction and historical landmark to check out during your visit to Glen Cove? Here, we have outlined some of the city’s best in order to save you time scouring the internet for ideas.


  • Art & Cultural — Garvies Point Museum and Preserve can be found on Barry Drive in downtown Glen Cove, New York. It runs organized tours and educational programs related to local geology, archaeology and also many outdoor activities for the communities’ youth. Here is the best place to learn up about the history and culture that made what Glen Cove what it is today. The attraction features exhibits relating to Long Island and New York State’s geology and Native American culture and archaeology. Exhibits in the museum consist of both permanent and rotating ones; new ones are also added from time to time in an effort to keep the exhibits refreshing. This is the very organization that spearheaded events like Garvies Point Day, Coastal Clean Up and Native American Feast.
  • Restaurant & Shopping — There are many quaint and unique stores and retail outlets in downtown city center to get your fill of shopping and there is just as many restaurants to have a satisfying meal too. For instance, you can get a very local and organic dining experience at Page One Restaurant who are known to take a page from their patrons instead of coming up with their own menu and dishes - customers are always right, they say. In the meantime, Sopah Thai Kitchen offers patrons a hot and spicy experience and Uncle Dai's has many Szechuan and Hunan dishes waiting for you.
  • Golf Courses & Sports Venues – While many sports and recreational facilities are located within a stone’s throw away from downtown Glen Cove, the city have their very own soccer field in the form of The Pascucci Soccer Field. The 4-acre sports facility can also be used for small and large group outdoor activities and gatherings.
  • Historical Sites & Landmarks — Learning up about a somber events like the Holocaust is sometimes misunderstood as ‘not as fun’ but the same cannot be said about Glen Cove’s Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County. Located on Crescent Beach, visitors will get to learn more about the event here and the exhibits are suitable for 5th graders and above. It showcases thousands exhibits in the form of multimedia, archived footages and also, not forgetting, the moving stories and testimonies from the survivors themselves. Here’s where visitors will learn the history of bullying, intolerance and genocide in the region and country. Check their official website out for detailed explanations about its galleries of permanent and temporary exhibits before organizing a group trip in order to avoid disappointment. Don’t forget to make a stop at the one-of-a-kind Louis Posner Memorial Library, which is home to nearly 7,000 volumes of materials and also diaries, journals, maps, DVDs, CDs and other related artifacts. Another historical landmark to explore during your visit to Glen Cove would be Winfield Hall which was built for Frank Winfield. It is one of the last few remaining grand houses from the Gold Coast era so, be sure to bring the rented charter bus to visit the 3-story house which has 56 Italian renaissance rooms made almost completely out of marble. Its architect, C.P.H. Gilbert, was the man behind the grand staircase in the house which cost roughly 2 million back then. Visitors are often awed with the house’s Music Room which was built with a large Aeolian organ. Other similarly impressive features in the home are the 2nd floor bedrooms which has been said to be ‘2 huge museums’ on their own. Each of the home have their own charm so, be sure to take a leisurely time to explore some of these rooms.
  • Parks & Outdoor Activities —  If there is one thing the residents can be really proud of in the city of Glen Cove, it would be Morgan Memorial Park which is located on Germaine Street. It presents residents and visitors with hills to hike on, walking paths for jogging and biking and it also has an amazing view of the waters and beach. Overall, it is a picturesque park that offers a tranquil respite to the locals who are looking for a place they can head out to during the busy summer months. Bring along chairs, food, drinks, umbrellas and sunblock and you are good to go. Whenever the locals want to escape from the everyday busy-ness of life, families with young kids and teens will organize trips to Prybil Beach. This small beach is not usually packed during week days but can be crowded during summer weekends. Those looking for a spot for fishing, go ahead and find yourself a spot at the beach’s pier. It is cozy and small -  yet, visitors find themselves falling in love with its nice, natural atmosphere where they can relax in.
  • Other Points of Interest — One of the most unique educational organizations in the country, the Webb Institute of Naval Architecture presents visitors with an inside look into naval architecture history. We will find out what goes behind the scene when designing a yacht for America’s Cup , a U.S. Navy destroyer or even a cruise liner. For more than 125 years, the institute has been providing students with marine engineering knowledge. Unsurprisingly, the institute was founded by a New York ship builder, William H. Webb.

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