Bohemia is a hamlet (and census-designated place) in Suffolk County, New York, United States. The population was 10,180 at the 2010 census. It is situated along the South Shore of Long Island in the Town of Islip, approximately 30 miles from New York City.
Restaurants in Bohemia
4.5 based on 165 reviews
There is a lot of history, nature and fun to be had at the national seashore. Whatever you come for, plan the day around your visit. Walk, sunbathe or just enjoy!
4 based on 52 reviews
Came here for a good, albeit chilly 2 hour trail walk on a cold, November day with one of my out-of town sisters, The leaves had a good bit of color on them still, the trails are well-maintained, but very poorly marked. Nearly everyone we passed had a hard time finding the trails correctly. We did not get lost, just did a lot of wandering, but it was all enjoyable. Consider using the audible cell phone walking tour to help you get around and learn great tidbits about what you are seeing trailside. The ponds are beautiful.
4.5 based on 111 reviews
Come to learn or enjoy the scenery or both. This is great for kids and older folks who just want to walk in a safe, natural setting.
4.5 based on 113 reviews
The grounds are lovely and the home is wonderful. Tours are limited to Thursday through Sunday at 1pm and have a $12 charge. There is an attractive cafe also. We enjoyed walking around looking at the well maintained grounds and several weddings in progress.
4.5 based on 66 reviews
Wouldn't go anywhere else to see a movie. Buy tickets in advance online due to smaller theaters shows will sell out. Always is crowded so parking may be an issue get there early because there is usually a line for snacks.
4.5 based on 53 reviews
The Long Island Maritime Museum has a large collection of small craft which have either been built or used around Long Island. Our collection includes many different sailboats built by the legendary Gil Smith at his boatyard in Patchogue. We also have a brand new Lifesaving Exhibit, which is an interactive program. Activities for schoolchildren include winter and spring break programs, as well as summer camps.
I purchased tickets to sail the Priscilla. It was a wonderful , pleasant, and informative experience. The sail around the Great South Bay was as beautiful as one would imagine. Enhancing its beauty was the kind and knowledgeable staff members who helped to walk us back in historic time to incite our imagination to the era that Priscilla originally sailed. Very great experience!
4 based on 10 reviews
No windmills or gaudy themes here - this is strictly a very challenging miniature golf course, beautifully landscaped, with some picturesque water features. Younger ones (under 10) may have some difficulty with the increasingly difficult holes, unless they are already mini-pros.
Most of the holes are bordered by rocks, water features, and landscaping, and it can be relatively easy to overshoot the green and lose your ball.
I can't stress enough how well maintained and CLEAN this place is. The water features are beautiful and crystal clear (and yes, there are plenty of fish).
There is also a snack area with very limited snacks.
I do suggest they make a holder to put the hole-marker flags while playing through.
Give this place a try. You shouldn't be disappointed.
- Creative & challenging course
- Reasonably priced
- Ample free parking
- Very clean & well maintained
- Large air-conditioned restrooms
- No shade (other than a small cave) on the course
- Course can be difficult to navigate (especially for the elderly or physically disabled)
- A little too challenging for children (and some of us adults)
5 based on 230 reviews
Do you have what it takes to Escape the Room in 60 minutes?!
Our family of four just escaped the Hidden Temple Room! What a fantastic time we had. The room was challenging, but not impossible. Our GameMaster Brandon was helpful and enthusiastic. He really made our day special. Also, Zach was super friendly when booking. Can't wait to go back and try another room. Thanks guys!
4.5 based on 5 reviews
Just found out about this brewery that opened up in Holbrook, just minutes away. Kind of in an Industrial building, the outside and the inside look more like a pub then than a tasting room with a small bar and some tables and a TV.
My wife and I each got a flight of four beers. On tap for a glass were a few other local brews which was nice. The pourer was very friendly and knowledgeable about the craft.
This is a place I would go back to.
5 based on 8 reviews
The Noel S. Ruiz Theatre at CM Performing Arts Center, a not-for-profit organization is “home” to people from all walks of life who work collaboratively to produce quality theatrical productions. Guided by the values of excellence, diversity and community, we seek to make a positive contribution to arts-education, culture and the quality of life on Long Island. Our handicap accessible theatre comfortably seats 330, including a VIP section of raised banquet seats. The Box Office opens 45 minutes prior to a performance for that scheduled performance ticket sales. Subscriptions and Group rates available! Set and Costume rentals available!
Made reservations 2 weeks prior to attending and were lucky to get center seating (just cancelled). The day that we attended, the theatre seemed to be full. What a performance! Have seen stage show of Sister Act years before and of course the renowned Movie version. This was excellent. Couldn't have been better on Broadway. The actors/singers were professional and the stage effects perfect. Have been to this theatre a number of times and its only getting better. It beats travelling to Manhattan theaters and paying exorbitant ticket prices.
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