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Another historical house affiliated with The Society for the Preservation of Long Island Antiquities (SPLIA) is the Rock Hall Museum. Constructed in 1767 for Josiah Martin, a wealthy plantation owner, this house is a great example of life in the 18th and 19th centuries. The house includes a warming kitchen, cold storage room and a wine cellar. Many original artifacts are on display and is open free to the public.
This racing park is home to the Belmont Stakes, the last race of the Triple Crown. Operating since 1905, this beautiful track with convenient accommodations is one of the most popular and highly attended racetracks in the nation. Many beloved horses have triumphed in this stadium, including Secretariat when he won the Triple Crown here in 1973.
It is time to go pluck some lush raspberries, apples, pumpkins and beautiful flowers at Sun High Orchards. A small orchard growing a number of fruits, vegetables and flowers, it remains one of the prime attractions in the town of Randolph. Once you are done picking farm-fresh produce, you may also shop for freshly baked items, home-style soups, festive pies and other treats. If you happen to visit in the season, you will be lucky to shop for the luscious tomatoes and peaches which the garden state is much famous for. A wide array of some old-fashioned gifts are also on sale, promising a memorable time for family and kids.