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Oyster Bay, New York

Located along the North Shore of Long Island, the hamlet of Oyster Bay was established in 1653 and retains much of the charm and beauty of its long history. From our town's Main Street shopping district to our waterfront location, a wide variety of near-by attractions and dining experiences awaits our visitors.

Oyster Bay's rich history can be explored with a visit to Raynham Hall, home of Samuel Townsend, whose son Robert was a spy for George Washington. Sagamore Hill, the residence and summer White House of Theodore Roosevelt, is also open to the public.  The Oyster Bay Railroad Museum is located within the original Oyster Bay station. Built in 1889, one of the last steam locomotives (#35) is on display.

Oyster Bay's waterfront location provides visitors with an opportunity to kayak, sail or learn more about the marine environment that shaped our town's history.

Our downtown business district offers a wide variety of shops and businesses, including antiques and consignment shops, art studios, boutiques, spas and restaurants, many of which are housed in historic buildings.

Oyster Bay Attractions

Muttontown Preserve
Oyster Bay Railroad Museum
20th Century Cycles -
Planting Fields Arboretum State Historic Park -
Raynham Hall Museum -
Sagamore Hill National Historic Site -
Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park
The Waterfront Center -
Good Life Divers
Blue Water Spa


Attic Door Furniture
Mill Pond Consignment -
The Spotted Owl Consignment -


Creative Compositions -
Atelier Studio -
20th Century Cycles -


Wild Honey -
Harborside Delicatessen
Bonanza Stand of Oyster Bay -
Coach Grill and Tavern -
Canterbury's Oyster Bar & Grill -
Jack Halyards American Bar & Grill -
Mario's Pizza
Homestead Restaurant -


Cruise Night: Audrey Avenue, Tuesdays Starting June 2nd 6:00pm – 9:00pm