Rye, New York is located on the Long Island Sound in Westchester County, New York. When a group of European land-owners purchased Manursing Island in 1660 and merged their personal collections of land shortly after, the oddly shaped and discontinuous town of Rye was established. The town of Rye is actually the composition of Rye, Rye Neck, Port Chester and Rye Brook. Rye's famous amusement park, Rye Playland, is home to one of the oldest wooden roller coasters in the northeast, the Dragon Coaster, and was also the setting for scenes in the 1988 movie Big, starring Tom Hanks.
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