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The Big Duck, Flanders
(3.8/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • We were off too the hamptons beach and you can't go to the hamptons, without stopping by the Big Duck and not take a picture! Come On Right?! Its just one of those land marks you must add to your todo...  more »
  • Have seen this place for the past 10 years, always closed. I will with my grandson and he wanted to go in. Small inventory and very expensive. 
  • Despite living on LI for about 40 years, I had never been to, or even driven past the Big Duck. Decided to drop by on a day off with my family. The Big Duck is a sight to behold, but other than that i...  more »
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  • Pretty neat land mark. Its good for a quick visit, but there is nothing spectacular here. The staff was friendly and told me some local history.
  • There's a couple of roadside attractions on Long Island but The big Duck has to be the most well known. Duck farming was big business on this part of the island and this helps to remember that. With a gift shop inside, there are many types of souvenirs to take home. The people that work here are more than happy to tell you about the history of the duck, as well as, provide information on the surrounding areas to visit.
  • A cute stopover for a fun kitschy pic.
  • It's a duck on the outside and a store on the inside. Not too exciting but a fun novelty picture if you're out that way.
  • Iconic building from which the architectural term "duck" is derived. Required photo stop.