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How well do you know Long Island's kids attractions?

Adventureland in Farmingdale features roller coasters, arcades, kiddie

Adventureland in Farmingdale features roller coasters, arcades, kiddie rides and more. Credit: Kevin P. Coughlin

Whether you were born on Long Island or decided to raise your kids here, chances are you've visited one of the many children's attractions on the Island. From adventure parks and water slides to petting zoos, museums and more, there are plenty of fun things for kids to do in Nassau and Suffolk. Take our quiz to find out how well you know some of Long Island's most beloved children's attractions.

1

Which 2009 movie is based on director Greg Mottola’s summer job as a teenager on Long Island?

March 2009 -- Kristen Stewart as Em Lewin,

March 2009 -- Kristen Stewart as Em Lewin, Jesse Eisenberg as James Brennan, and in background, Martin Starr as Joel Schiffman, in the movie ADVENTURELAND, directed by Greg Mottola and released by Miramax on April 3, 2009. The movie, shot in Pittsburgh, is based on the director's experiences of working at Long Island's Adventureland. Photo by Abbot Genser/Courtesy of Miramax Films Credit: Newsday / Abbot Genser / Courtesy of Miramax

Credit: Newsday / Abbot Genser / Courtesy of Miramax

2

How many faces appear on the Tiles Wall at the Long Island Children's Museum?

The Tiles Wall at the Long Island Children's

The Tiles Wall at the Long Island Children's Museum in Garden City. Credit: LICM

Credit: LICM

3

What is the name of the giraffe at the Long Island Game Farm?

Paul Ferrara Jr., 6, of Shirley, feeds the

Paul Ferrara Jr., 6, of Shirley, feeds the giraffe at the Long island Game Farm in Manorville in June 2008. Credit: Kerrie Ferrara

Credit: Kerrie Ferrara

4

Before Nunley's Carousel moved to Garden City, where did it reside on Long Island?

Nunley's Carousel on Nassau County's Museum Row in

Nunley's Carousel on Nassau County's Museum Row in Garden City celebrated the Carousel's 100th Anniversary with a special celebration and festival. (June 9, 2012) Credit: Steve Pfost

Credit: Steve Pfost

5

Which type of storm is the Adventureland roller coaster named after?

Ride the roller coasters at Adventureland With more

Ride the roller coasters at Adventureland

With more than 20 rides, including roller coasters, a haunted house, Ferris wheel, bumper cars and more, there's plenty for kids and adults to do at Adventureland in Farmingdale. ($23.99 pay one price; 631-694-6868; www.adventureland.us)

Find more amusement parks on Long Island. Credit: Newsday / Thomas A. Ferrara

Credit: Newsday / Thomas A. Ferrara

6

Which LI ice cream parlor is home to flavors such as "Black Magic Woman" and "Peconic Swamp Thing"?

It's not summer without some ice cream. Old-fashioned

It's not summer without some ice cream. Old-fashioned homemade hard ice cream has been scooped since the 1950s at Snowflake in Riverhead, where flavors range from plain ol' vanilla to the more-inventive Peconic Swamp Thing (631-727-4394, snowflakeicecream.com). Meanwhile in West Hempstead, the retro sign still glows over a Carvel stand that's been serving traditional soft-serve cones for what seems like forever (516-538-3400). Credit: Doug Young

Credit: Doug Young

7

What is the name of the friendly ghost at Hicks Nurseries in Old Westbury during Halloween?

Have a ghost of a time at Hicks

Have a ghost of a time at Hicks Nurseries

Around Halloween at Hicks Nurseries in Westbury, stop in and say hello to Casper, the friendly ghost and around the holidays meet Santa Claus, reindeer and more. During the warm-weather months, Hicks features events and workshops for kids that teach them to plant, grow a garden and more. (516-334-0066; hicksnurseries.com)

Pictured: Sarah Kender gets some help picking out Halloween decorations from her sons Tyan, 3, and Billy, 2, at Hicks Nurseries in Westbury. (Sept. 29, 2005) Credit: Newsday / Audrey C.Tiernan

Credit: Newsday / Audrey C.Tiernan

8

What Long Island landmark is featured inside the Long Island Children's Museum?

The exterior of the Long Island Children's Museum,

The exterior of the Long Island Children's Museum, at 11 Davis Ave., East Garden City. Credit: Kirsten Luce, 2009

Credit: Kirsten Luce, 2009

9

Where can you find the Dino Trail on Long Island?

The Dino Trail can be found at Sands

The Dino Trail can be found at Sands Point Preserve. Credit: Jean-Marie Posner

Credit: Jean-Marie Posner

10

What is the Long Island Ducks mascot's name?

Ducks' mascot Quackerjack warms up the crowd in

Ducks' mascot Quackerjack warms up the crowd in the beginning of the game. (Sept. 18, 2013) Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

11

In what town is Splish Splash located?

The Battle of Mutiny Bay, a new water

The Battle of Mutiny Bay, a new water ride at Splish Splash Waterpark in Calverton, has rafts outfitted with water-shooting cannons for riders to shoot at other boats. Credit: Johnny Milano

Credit: Johnny Milano

12

What are the Big Duck's eyes made of?

The Big Duck, which looms over Route 24

The Big Duck, which looms over Route 24 in Flanders, was originally built in 1931 by Riverhead duck farmer Martin Maurer as a place to sell his ducks and eggs. There were thousands of duck farms along the creeks and bays of Southampton from the late 1800s to the 1960s.

13

How many penguins live at the Long Island Aquarium in Riverhead?

Long Island Aquarium and Exhibition Center's Penguin Encounter

Long Island Aquarium and Exhibition Center's Penguin Encounter offers visitors the chance to get up close and person with these birds. Videojournalist: Jessica Rotkiewicz (Aug. 9, 2012)

14

Which Long Island attraction turns into Winter Wonderland for the holidays?

Bayville Adventure Park turns into Bayville Winter Wonderland

Bayville Adventure Park turns into Bayville Winter Wonderland from Nov. 29 through Jan. 5, where kids can meet Santa, plus enjoy other festive rides and events. Credit: Handout

Credit: Handout

15

Where can parents sip wine while kids enjoy the petting zoo?

Martha Clara Vineyards (6025 Sound Ave., Riverhead) Mom

Martha Clara Vineyards (6025 Sound Ave., Riverhead)

Mom and Dad can enjoy a glass of wine and then head over to the petting zoo where you'll see a potbellied pig, donkeys, Highland cattle, llamas and horses. From June through October, you can take horse-and-carriage rides around the property. Price: $1 to feed the animals. Credit: William Perlman

Credit: William Perlman

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