Upstate New York is city and country settings high-tech industries and natural wonders
Corning drive through the Catskill Mountains and reach the Corning Museum, the world’s largest glass museum featuring a contemporary art and design wing; experience live hot glass demonstrations of glass objects made by artists and hands-on exhibits highlighting science and technology.
Finger Lakes and Watkins Glen State Park is the site of 19 waterfalls and a gorge. Seneca Lake is a long slender lake with wineries along both sides. From Geneva, on the north shore of the lake, you can head east towards Syracuse and visit Destiny USA, sixth largest shopping destination in the United States.
Rochester is a world renowned American city and home to George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film inside the home of Kodak’s founder.
The Erie Canal is an Active Waterway Cruise or Walk through Historic Villages and Natural Landscapes
Genesee County Village and Museum is the largest living history museum in the state; a restored 19th century village with historic buildings, craftspeople in authentic dress, a nature center, wildlife gallery and a vintage baseball park.
The National Museum of Play is the only collections-based museum in the world devoted solely to play, blending the best features of history and children’s museums.
The Susan B Anthony House stand in the front parlor where she was arrested for voting in 1872 and experience her amazing story of courage and determination at this National Historic Landmark.
Niagara Falls ride aboard the Maid of the Mist and get close to the falls throughout the Niagara Falls State Park. The Cave of the Winds brings you face to face with the pounding waters of Niagara Falls. Follow the wooden walkways to the Hurricane Deck, less than 20 feet from the base of the Bridal Veil Falls.
Experiential Tourism in Upstate New York
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