Cruise to the Show is much more than a car show. It is a destination event that draws in automotive enthusiasts from around the nation. Nassau County, NY offers a rich history, great eateries, outrageous museums and some of the nation’s finest beaches. Cruise to the Show extends far beyond the gates of a 930 acre park offering its participants exciting opportunities to engage in the county’s many treasures.
The Reckson Center Atrium is the main entrance to the Cradle of Aviation Museumwhich is host to over 75 air and space craft in its 8 exhibit galleries
Long Island Children’s Museum is a hands-on museum for kids and adults. You’ll find places to play, learn and have fun.
Old Bethpage Village Restoration
Civil War re-enactments are a regular attraction at Old Bethpage Village Restoration. Shown here is the Company “E” of the 14th Brooklyn Regiment.
Jones Beach State Park
Jones Beach State Park is a world-class swimming destination. The park offers surf bathing along its 6.5 miles of ocean beach, one-half mile of bay beach for stillwater bathing, two swimming pools and a two mile boardwalk.
The Nautical Mile
The Nautical Mile is known for Woodcleft Avenue, a strip of restaurants, shops, and bars that come alive at night with live music and livelier crowds. If you have never been there, it’s a must while in town. Visit Bracco’s Clam and Oyster Bar, Hudson & McCoy, or any of the other popular places.
Belmont Park is a major thoroughbred horse racing location in Elmont in the town of Hempstead. It is world famous as the home of the Belmont Stakes the third leg of the Triple Crown. Open the weekend of the show be sure to stop by to see some great racing.
New York City
Take a ride on the infamous Long Island Railroad from any of the Nassau County train Stations into Manhattan and experience a day in the Big Apple. Swing by the World Trade Center Memorial , Visit the Statue of Liberty or spend the day shopping.