The Finger Lakes

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Finger Lakes - browse our top choices for the top things to see or do during your stay.

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  • 1. Armory Square


    The former factory-warehouse district of redbrick buildings is now a vibrant area with shops, restaurants, and loads of nightlife. The district...Read More

  • 2. Columbus Baking Co.


    The smell of its bread baking is so good that Columbus Baking Co. could charge admission. On a side street in Syracuse's Little Italy section...Read More

  • 3. Erie Canal Museum and Syracuse Heritage Area Visitor Center


    Orient yourself to Syracuse and the region by watching the introductory film in the museum theater. Then make your way to a replica canal boat...Read More

  • 4. Everson Museum of Art


    Jackson Pollock and Andrew Wyeth works are part of the collection of more than 8,000 objects at the Everson, which was designed by architect...Read More

  • 5. Museum of Science and Technology


    Walk through replicas of the human heart and brain; crawl, jump, and slide through the five-floor Science Playhouse; and learn about cave formations...Read More

  • 6. Open Hand Theater/International Mask & Puppet Museum


    A multicultural approach helps children enjoy the fine arts through masks and puppets, ranging from English marionettes to Indonesian shadow...Read More

  • 7. Rosamond Gifford Zoo at Burnet Park


    Part of the half-mile loop at this zoo is a treetop boardwalk that allows you to traipse above fields of reindeer and other hoofed animals....Read More

  • 8. Sterling Renaissance Festival


    Enter Warwickshire, a 1585 English village spread across a wooded hillside, and spend the day as an Elizabethan. Costumed improvisational troupes...Read More

  • 9. SUArt Galleries


    A number of lectures and music performances are open to the public, as is the SUArt Galleries, in the Shaffer Art Building. ...Read More

  • 10. Syracuse University

    Educational Institution

    The school, founded in 1870 as a private coeducational institution, enrolls more than 19,000 students in its undergraduate and graduate programs...Read More

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