Stony Brook is a hamlet bordering the Long Island Sound located in northern Suffolk County, NY. This historic town is home to The State University of New York at Stony Brook, The Stony Brook School, Three Village School District, and the “Stony Brook Village.”
West Meadow Beach Historic District- West Meadow Beach Road, Stony Brook, NY 11790 | This peninsula of park land is approximately 1.5 miles long and was added to the National Register of Historic Places as a National Historic District on October 28, 2004. Come here to enjoy their long and rocky beaches, or spend your time jogging, hiking, or cycling on the beautiful trails this district has to offer. West Meadow offers public parking near the Town Beach and is open free of charge to Town of Brookhaven Residents. Non-residents can pay a daily fee during the beach season (Memorial day weekend- Labor day weekend) in order to enter. For More information, please visit: 
The Long Island Museum of American Art, History, and Carriages- 1200 Route 25A, Stony Brook, NY | (631) 751-0066 | Originally named the Museums at Stony Brook when founded in 1939, this nine acre, open air museum is a perfect place to spend the day with the family. It is known for its large collection of work by William Sidney Mount, as well as its collection of over 200 carriages. Your time spent there can be occupied within the museums located in 7 different buildings and multiple barns that include a schoolhouse and historic blacksmith shop. There are also several gardens, outhouses, fountains and a burial ground to explore. For more information, please visit: 
Wish- 141 Main Street Stony Brook, NY | (631)-941-2719 | Located in the Stony Brook Village Center, this boutique sells handbags, jewelry, along with junior & women's clothing. Brands offered include DKNY, Juicy, Lucky Brand Jeans, Michael Stars, Bulldog & Free People. Product pricing is moderate to high end.
Bayles Estate Bed and Breakfast- 1249 North Country Road, Stony Brook, NY | (631)-689-5865 | ½ mile walking distance from The Stony Brook Village Center, The Long Island Museum of American Art, History, and Carriages, Duck Pond and Gristmill, and the Avon Park Nature Preserve. This historic bed and breakfast is quite the relaxing place to stay while in the area. Each guest room is decorated with fresh flowers and has views of the breathtaking gardens. Every morning a breakfast table is set up in the formal dining room, with antique china, crystal and silver. During the late Spring and Summer seasons, guests may enjoy fresh eggs from local hens, home-baked bread, and fruits and vegetables from the gardens. Here for business purposes? Don’t worry, all rooms are air-conditioned and equipped with free high-speed wireless internet access! For more information, check out :