Introduction to East Farmingdale, New York
East Farmingdale History
East Farmingdale, now an agricultural area, remained untouched until the nineteenth century, when it evolved as the outskirts of Farmingdale Village. The village was incorporated in 1904, when it was given its current name.
East Farmingdale and nearby Attractions
- African American Museum
- Caumsett State Historic Park
- Old Westbury Gardens
- Belmont Lake State Park
- Cold Spring Harbor Fish Hatchery & Aquarium
Things To Do In East Farmingdale
Local museums include the American Airpower Museum, the Hicksville Gregory Museum and the Jewish Sports Hall of Fame. Cedarmere, Eagles Nest and the Sagamore Hill National Historic Site are the local historical sites, while Belmont Lake State Park, Bethpage State Park and Cantiague Park are some popular nearby recreational spots. The Cold Spring Harbor Fish Hatchery and Aquarium is nearby as well.
East Farmingdale Transportation
Air transportation is available from John F. Kennedy International Airport.
East Farmingdale Higher Education
Nearby colleges and universities include Adelphi University, the College of New Rochelle and the New York Institute of Technology.