Monster Mini and Golf Glow-Long Island’s Glowing Miniature Golf Courses

Monster Mini and Golf Glow-Long Island’s Glowing Miniature Golf Courses

Monster Mini Indoor Golf Course                                                                        

If you’re looking for some place spooky, fun and invigorating all at the same time, then there is nothing better than the Monster Mini golf course. Located in Deer Park, Suffolk County, the Monster Mini golf course offers a creepy and thrilling indoor experience. The place is ideal for kids, especially if it is their birthday. And, it glows in the dark!

The decorations at the place gives it a sweet look. The monster theme adds a bit of a thrill to the place and the decor is quite suited to the overall context of the indoor golf course design.

The staff is friendly and accommodating. It is truly a state-of-the-art facility with climate control, decorated with luminescent black lights that glow in the dark.             

The facility is an 18-hole mini golf course that provides a strong sense of adventure. However, it isn’t just a mini golf course. The place also has a video game arcade, mini bowling alleys, a laser maze, glow-in-the-dark mini laser tag, and a prize center.

There is no question it’s a one-stop avenue for having some fun. It doesn’t matter what age you are, you will definitely have the time of your life playing some glow-in-the-dark golf. And since it is indoors and air conditioned, there is not much you can ask for. Take your kids with you, or plan a school trip with your students, the Monster Mini golf course caters to all.

They also have private event rooms that have Haunted Mansion themes where management can organizes birthday parties.

Golf Glow

Located in East Garden City, in Roosevelt Field Mall, Golf Glow is an exciting and fun mini glow in the dark golf course. You can find it at the kids play area in the mall, right next to Lens Crafter. It is a real stress reliever, especially when you have kids with you, so just get a club and start playing!

The 27-hole mini golf course is completely dark with dark light, so you will not be playing in any natural light – which adds a bit of thrill to everything. The golf course is set through a series of twisted hallways and rooms and every hole provides a different playing experience. There are mini windmills you play through, as well as motorized blocks and inclines, etc. There is even an anti-gravity loop-the-loop.

With virtually no light, you are going to have to navigate through the entire golf course via the glow-in-the dark arrows. And remember it’s like a maze! Plus, there are some surprises there too; you can win a glowing treat if you manage to put a shot through the Plinko-style hole.

Once you become better at putting holes, you can test your mettle against the three difficulties at the laser maze. Your kid is going to have to cross the laser maze without setting a laser off, which is tough! All in all, a fun and memorable experience.

Plan An Exciting Memorial Day On Long Island

Plan An Exciting Memorial Day On Long Island

With three amazing days off from your mundane routine, Memorial Day is a primer to starting summer with some stress off your shoulders. This automatically translates into some partying, going to fun events, enjoying live music, and plenty of other outdoor activities. Considering this, mentioned below are some interesting ways you can celebrate this year’s Memorial Day weekend in Long Island.

Consider Going to Montauk
It really doesn’t matter if you are a New Yorker or not, celebrating Memorial Day in Long Island like you haven’t before should be on your to-do list for the weekend. Sure, Montauk may be a bit costly and you will find it a bit crowdy there, still there are plenty of iconic things you can do at the beautiful destination. Moreover, Montauk has a soothing, relaxing and serene vibe that you will not find in posh neighborhoods such as the Hamptons.

Irrespective of whether you want to stay up and out during the entire night, or if you are with kids or friends, or just want to relax at the beach, catching some waves, Montauk offers a slew of places you can go to. Regardless of the place you stay in the village, it is vital you take plenty of time out to visit its beaches.

Beaches in Long Island are just amazing; with sand as far as the eye can see and waves, it is a perfect destination for people who are big on privacy. If you are looking for some fun and frolic or want to mingle, Navy Beach has a great bar serving awesome cocktails.

Bethpage Village Decoration Day
This is a great and fun event you shouldn’t miss for the world on Memorial Day. On the Memorial Day weekend, you will find the village completely transformed, and you will experience a unique celebration. Did you know that back in the day, Memorial Day was known as Decoration Day? Yup, you can travel back in history and take photographs of how houses used to look back in the 18th and 19th century.

North Hempstead Beach Park Fireworks and Celebrations
If you want to see some extraordinary fireworks and listen to some great music, head to Port Washington on Memorial Day. Bring your own food and some picnic blankets for a truly refreshing experience. Just sit back and chill with your friends and family, enjoy good food and listen to the music before enjoying the amazing fireworks.

Raynham Hall Museum Memorial Day Parade
Travel back in time and into the world as it was in the 19th century, by visiting Raynham Hall Museum at this year’s Memorial Day weekend. The Raynham Hall Museum is a colonial mansion with beautiful, large rooms and big gardens reminiscent of the Victorian era. Moreover, you can also tag along for the Memorial Day parade at Oyster Bay.

American Airpower Museum For the Legends of Airpower Show
If you are a hardcore aviation fan, this is a once a year event that you would not want to miss. The show displays a slew of exciting and legendary fight planes. Moreover, you will also be given a tour of the B-17 Yankee Lady. You will also have the opportunity to see the Canadian Forces Snowbirds as well as the U.S Navy Blue Angels before they fly off for a cool air show at Jones Beach.

Which of these sounds most exciting? Feel free to learn more about these events and plan an unforgettable Memorial Day on Long

Kids LOVE White Post Farms

Kids LOVE White Post Farms

Kids LOVE White Post Farms

 

Yes, they do:  Kids of all ages delight in a day at this multi-faceted Melville facility! It’s a real working farm and a whole lot more.

It has a petting zoo. It offers pony rides. It hosts kids’ parties, and educational outings. White Post Farms has seasonal festivals that feature the likes of hayrides, or pumpkin picking, and food. Families flock here for a fun-filled day. Classroom groups get amazing oppWhite Post Farmsortunities to see rare and endangered animals, get up close to exotic birds in the Farms’ free-flight aviary. Kids can learn how a seed grows to becomes a flower (they get to plant and take home seeds of their own too!),  they can also lean about like other things, sluice ‘mine rough’ (soil from the Farms’ mine) for gem stones, arrow heads and fossils .

Located at 250 Old Country Road in Melville (and online at www.whitepostfarms.net), this highly-popular place also has a lip-smacking Market filled with fresh pies, gourmet breads, sandwiches, salads, sushi, smoothies and more. Many of the best-of-the -fresh ingredients come right from the Farms itself.

Though the name White Post Farms dates only to 1971, the farm itself has been a Long Island staple since the 1880’s. And it truly was a staple, not just for the founding Brigati family but the area. During the Depression, when Long Island was heavily depended on the crops grown here because food from elsewhere was scarce and expensive. A wide range of produce was grown at the farm, from potatoes – the largest crop – to tomatoes, cabbage celery and onions. By the 1950’s, many of those were being distributed to grocery stores. Since 1964, they’ve been offered on the family’s farm stand, which has evolved through the years to become today’s Market.

The 1960s also saw the erection of greenhouses for growing flowers and vegetables.  By then, the farm was becoming a destination for ‘foodies’.  With two decades, it was also becoming a destination for people seeking a close-to-home ‘farm experience’ By the 1990s, the family was really growing the number of reasons families and school groups wanted to come.

Along the way, the Brigatis grew their support for local organizations by sponsoring fund-raisers. That’s now an important part of the family’s mission – as is providing an exciting, entertaining destination for the young and the young at heart.

 

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