Hotel Special:(based on availablity)
The Canadian Mini Vacation:
Canadian At Par, 2 nights = $249, 3 nights = $389
Includes: Overnight accommodations; Coupon for large pizza, large salad and pitcher of soda from our Atrium Lounge; an in room movie; use of our indoor pool, whirl pool, fitness center and game room; Complementary hot breakfast buffett.
The Family Fun Night:
1 Night $119, $89 for each additional night
Includes: Overnight accommodations; Coupon for large pizza, large salad and pitcher of soda from our Atrium Lounge; an in room movie; use of our indoor pool, whirl pool, fitness center and game room; Complementary hot breakfast buffett for the entire family.
9090 Carousel Center Drive Syracuse, NY 13290 315-466-7000
Syracuse University Syracuse, NY 13209 315-443-4634
At The Corning Museum of Glass, glass isn't just for looking at or looking through. At our Museum, you can explore, research, touch, work with, and interact with glass. Check out our website for directions and current exhibitions.
One Museum Way Corning, NY 14830-2253 1.800.732.6845
Beautiful peak fall foliage moves out of the Adirondacks down through the Catskills and into areas of the Central Leatherstocking, Chautauqua-Allegheny, Thousand Islands-Seaway and Greater Niagara regions. Check out the Empire State Developments I LOVE NEW YORK website to for more information.
500 South Franklin Street Syracuse, New York 13202 315-425-9068
SkyChiefs Baseball Club One Tex Simone Drive Syracuse, NY 13208 315-474-7833
The Erie Canal Museum (ECM) is a private, nonprofit corporation founded in 1962. It is housed in the 1850 Weighlock Building, where canal boats were weighed during the days when they traveled through the center of Syracuse on the Erie Canal. A gallery full of participatory exhibits gives visitors a look at canal life and promotes hands-on- learning. Visit our website to learn more.
318 Erie Boulevard East Syracuse, NY 13202 315-471-0593
401 Harrison Street Syracuse, NY 13202 315-474-6064
One of the nation's largest regional collections of historical treasures awaits you at the OHA Museum. Engaging photos, paintings, maps and rare artifacts provide a fascinating exploration through 300 years of history! Come celebrate the region's people, events, architecture, sports legends, industries, transportation and recreation.
321 Montgomery St. Syracuse, NY. 13202 315-428-1864
Cultural opportunities are plentiful within the College of Visual and Performing Arts and across the larger Syracuse University campus. Check out our website for current exhibits and directions.
Savor the crisp whites, breathe in the nuances of the deep burgundies, celebrate with champagne - whatever tickles your taste buds, you'll find it here. The perfect and rare mix of climate, good geology and geography, along with experienced and gifted winemakers, combine to produce superior award-winning Finger Lakes vintages.
The Taste of Syracuse takes place in the heart of the city at the Clinton Square Festival site in downtown Syracuse the first weekend of June. More than 40 area restaurants provide a limited menu of dishes for sale as well as mini-portions for tasting. Various entertainment throughout the course of the festival such as cooking demonstrations and a beer & wine sampling area are some of the exciting features that makes The Taste a spectacular event for the entire family.
The Great American Antiquefest
The annual three day GREAT AMERICAN ANTIQUEFEST routinely attracts 350 dealers from across the United States and Canada and 12,000 to 15,000 customers. Held in a beautiful lake shore park eight miles west of Syracuse, the Antiquefest occurs in the geographic center of Upstate New York - still one of the most productive regions for good quality antiques anywhere in the country.
Mailing address: PO Box 264 Liverpool, NY 13088 315-457-6954
Special shapes will take to the air with dozens of other hot air balloons during the Annual Coors Light Balloon Fest at Jamesville Beach Park, outside Syracuse, New York. In addition to the balloons, national and local recording artists, amusement rides and a fresh water beach make this the perfect event for the whole family.
I-81 to Exit 15 (Lafayette), follow Route 20 east to Apulia Road north
The LaFayette Apple Festival features hundreds of artists and crafters. They represent some of the finest artisans in the business, and come to us from all across the northeast.
The Festival draws tens of thousands of people every year looking for home furnishings, apple products, or just a good 'ole day in the country. Because of the event's popularity, a booth in the "Fest" is a highly sought after commodity. We are proud to have only the best of the best selling their wares in LaFayette.
You'll find all sorts of unique offerings, hand made, and not found in malls. Every year there is something different, something appealing. Stop down and take a look around. We're sure you'll be impressed!
411 Montgomery Street Syracuse, NY 13202 315-473-0826
Each summer some of the nations best Artists, and Crafts People come to Syracuse New York, and transform Columbus Circle, and the area around it, into one of the largest Free Art Festivals in the Northeast. This top-rated Festival is a wonderful place to spend the day with the whole family. All of your senses will be stimulated there.
314 North Avenue - Suite Two Syracuse, NY 13206 315-437-5627
581 State Fair Blvd. Syracuse, NY 13209 800-475-FAIR
Outdoors and Sports
One Conservation Place Syracuse, NY 13204 315-435-8511
Buttermilk Glen, part of Buttermilk Falls State Park, is located just south of the city of Ithaca in the Finger Lakes Region. It contains 10 beautiful waterfalls, as well as countless flumes, cascades, and potholes.
Mid-Lakes Navigation Company is family-owned and operated and has been offering cruises on the waterways of New York State since 1968. Choose from three kinds of cruises and explore the Erie Canal and beautiful Skaneateles Lake in upstate New York.
11 Jordan St. P.O. Box 61 Skaneateles, NY 13152 315- 685-8500
Colleges and Universities
Syracuse University encourages scholarship in action. On campus and off, our students and faculty are deeply engaged with practitioners in the field and with communities at home and abroad, addressing vital issues and making discoveries that can change the world.
Syracuse, NY 13244 315-443-1870
A diverse learning community that strives for academic excellence in the Catholic and Jesuit tradition through its comprehensive programs rooted in the liberal arts and sciences.
1419 Salt Springs Road Syracuse, New York 13214 315-445-4100
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