The Finger Lakes

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  • 1. Strong National Museum of Play

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    Play is taken seriously at the second-largest children's museum in the country, home to the world's largest collection of toys, dolls, and play...Read More

  • 2. ARTISANWorks

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    Inside this former cannon factory, nearly every inch of the more than 60,000-square-foot bohemian art-gallery-meets-studio-space is chockablock...Read More

  • 3. Columbus Baking Co.

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    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

  • 4. Corning Museum of Glass

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    One of the world's premier glass museums, the Corning Museum of Glass displays pieces ranging from contemporary glass sculpture to Frank Lloyd...Read More

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  • 5. Creamery Museum

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    Lake history and local farming take center stage at this 1899 barn-style building where butter bound for New York City was produced. Exhibits...Read More

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

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    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

  • 7. Everson Museum of Art

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    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

  • 8. George Eastman Museum

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    The sprawling colonial-revival mansion, once the home of Eastman Kodak's founder, has been restored to its early-1900s appearance. The elephant...Read More

  • 9. Glenn H. Curtiss Museum

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    Just outside Hammondsport, this museum honors Curtiss and his early aviation experiments. The Hammondsport native made the first public preannounced...Read More

  • 10. Granger Homestead and Carriage Museum

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    The Federal-style house was completed in 1816 by Gideon Granger, postmaster general for presidents Thomas Jefferson and James Madison. It contains...Read More

  • 11. Greyton H. Taylor Wine Museum

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    A tour of the vineyard and winery includes the Greyton H. Taylor Wine Museum, which focuses on 18th-century wine-making equipment. ...Read More

  • 12. Harriet Tubman Home

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    Now part of the National Park Service's Harriet Tubman National Historical Park, the property's simple white clapboard house is where, beginning...Read More

  • 13. Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art

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    Cornell University's I.M. Pei–designed Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art houses more than 30,000 works of art: American and European impressionist...Read More

  • 14. High Falls Center & Interpretive Museum

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    Stand on a bridge over the Genesee River, watch and listen to the High Falls cascading 96 feet, and feel the power that drove Rochester's flour...Read More

  • 15. Memorial Art Gallery

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    More than 5,000 years of art is contained within the 14 exhibit rooms at this museum, opened in 1913. Egyptian coffins, medieval tapestries...Read More

  • 16. Museum of Science and Technology

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    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

  • 17. Museum of the Earth

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    Experience the natural history of New York State through exhibits called "Beneath an Ancient Sea," "Where Dinosaurs Walked," and "A World Carved...Read More

  • 18. National Soaring Museum

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    Dozens of sailplanes and gliders, dating from the late 19th to the late 20th century, are on display at this museum, part of Harris Hill Park...Read More

  • 19. Oliver House Museum

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    The museum of the Yates County Historical Society is in an 1852 house that was the residence of the Olivers, a well-known local family of physicians...Read More

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

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

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