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Farmingdale is a village in New York. Officially, it is part of Oyster Bay, but this town with just over 8,000 inhabitants is a place of its own.

The North American B-25 Mitchell, "Miss Hap," which was used to transport a General of the Army Air Corps during World War II, on display in the American Airpower Museum


Get in[edit]

The historic train station in Farmingdale

By train[edit]

1 Farmingdale is a station on the Ronkonkoma Line of the Long Island Rail Road, which connects Ronkonkoma with New York City.

By car[edit]

The main roads in and out of here are the New York State routes 24 (Conklin Street), 109 (Fulton Street), and 110 (Broad Hollow Road).

By bus[edit]

Nassau Inter-County Express operates a number of bus connections to Farmingdale.

By plane[edit]

The nearest airport is Republic Airport, which is literally just a few miles east of the village.

Get around[edit]

Map of Farmingdale (New York)


  • 1 American Airpower Museum, 1230 New Highway (Long Island Expressway: Exit 49 South [Amityville] to Rte 110 South. 110 South to Conklin. Left on Conklin to New Highway. Right on New Highway until you see Museum sign on hangar 3. Southern State Parkway: Exit to Rte 110 North. 110 North to Conklin. Travel north from the Route 110 exit, make a right at Conklin Avenue following the Home Depot retail complex and make another right at New Highway. Northern State Parkway: Exit 40 [Broad Hollow Road] to Rte 110 South. 110 South to Conklin. Left on Conklin to New Highway. Right on New Highway until you see Museum sign on hangar 3. Mass Transportation: Long Island Railway to Farmingdale Station. From Farmingdale by cab, 2 minutes to Republic Airport.), +1 631-293-6398, . Memorial Day to Labor Day: 10:30AM-5PM; Labor Day to Memorial Day: 10:30AM-4PM. Closed New Year's Day, Christmas Day, Thanksgiving and Easter Sunday. The museum has several historical military aircraft from the 1930s through the 1960s, and also two tanks and a machine gun. It is also possible for a membership donation of $320 to have a simulated experience of being involved in the D-Day landing in Normandy, as you are briefed as if you are about to take part in the mission and then flown on a C-47 that participated in the actual operation. Adults: $10; Seniors (over 65) and veterans with proper ID: $8; Children 4-12: $5; Under 4 years old: Free.


  • 1 Adventureland Theme Park, 2245 Broad Hollow Road (RT. 110), Farmingdale, +1 631-694-6868. Adventureland is a great place for the entire family. There are rides and attractions for all ages. Adventureland is a full-day commitment if you want to experience the entire park.



There's a fairly good choice when it comes to picking a place to eat. Most of the restaurants are on or just off Main Street.

  • 1 Library Café, 274 Main St, +1 516 752-7678. In the former library, serves good martinis, extensive menu for lunch and dinner.




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Routes through Farmingdale
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