Introduction to Manorville, New York
The present day Manorville was originally a small farming community. It was a part of the 1693 Manor St. George, a land grant given to Col. William "Tangier" Smith for his service as the governor of Tangier, Africa. The community adopted its present name in 1844. In the same year, the Long Island Railroad established a station at Manorville known as the St. George's Manor. Manorville is a census-designated hamlet in Suffolk County.
Manorville and nearby Attractions
- Animal Farm Petting Zoo
- Wildwood State Park
- BNL Science Museum
- Smith Point Park Beach
- Atlantis Marine World Aquarium
- Splish Splash Water Park
Things To Do In Manorville
During your stay in Manorville, you can visit the Long Island Game Farm Wild Life Park and Petting Zoo. Fishing and swimming can be enjoyed on the Hot Water Pond and Cranberry Pond. The Atlantis Marine World Aquarium and the Splish Splash Water Park are also nearby. The Long Island Maritime Museum, Bellport-Brookhaven Historical Society Museum, Hillwood Art Museum and the Long Island Museum are all popular local spots as well.
Air transportation is available from Long Island Mac Arthur Airport.
Manorville Higher Education
Opportunities for higher education are provided by SUNY at Stony Brook, Suffolk County Community College- Ammerman Campus and the University of New Haven.