Oyster Bay is a small yet historic town, home to one of America's former Presidents: Theodore Roosevelt. During his heydays on Long Island, New York, Oyster Bay
served as Theodore's vacation destination where he hoped to accomplish his ambitious endeavors. To remember his vast contribution to history and bring nostalgia to thousands of tourists annually, Theodore’s residence at Oyster Bay has become a great deal of historic site attraction.
When you venture further into the land of ancient Oyster Bay, you are never without pleasure; with breathtaking marble mansions and various motifs at every corner, your experience transcends more than a hot wanderlust anecdote through all three of its towns. Particular surely can be alluring narrow path trails stretching from within the Gray’s Beach dwelling gateway through Bailey Arboretum Bloom Garden, with commendable sightings of mythical green trees and farmlands scattered throughout hundreds of recognized shoe wood creeks diversifying and blooming with wild Chinese buds. Last but not least is Oyster Bay Victory Walk introduced by American Heart Association—commemorate your rewarding road trip for your beloved Mom before concluding into the Daisy Garden portal…. whereby remembering will soon have no bounds!