The big house on the land used to be William K. Vanderbilt II's summer pad. 

Vanderbilt mansion in New York City

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Started as a cozy cottage in 1910, "Eagle's Nest" grew into a 24-room Spanish-Revival mansion over the years.  

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Vanderbilt chilled there in the warm months and turned it into a mini museum, showcasing his travel finds.

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 As its name proposes, that gallery is still here today to examine, alongside a cutting-edge Planetarium and Park grounds.

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You can see boats speck the harbor and dazzling blue water past the very much-manicured nurseries and Mediterranean highlights of the house.

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It has four wings, each with essential examples from Vanderbilt's many cruising undertakings all over the planet

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Territory Wing: world's largest taxidermized fish. Commemoration Wing: antique vehicles, model ships. 

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Nursery Wing: 3,000-year-old Egyptian mummy. Lobby of Fishes: diverse marine specimens spanning two stories. 

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This memorable Chateau and Exhibition hall is situated at 180 Little Neck Street in Centerport, New York.

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